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« on: March 02, 2012 12:23:19 PM »

I have been asked to make a knitted owl stuffie for my friend's baby (due sept I think). I want to do the front of the chest as entrelac because I think it'll look impressive, and be cute, but I am intimidated.

does anyone know of a good, SIMPLE tutorial about entrelac please? also anyone who has done it... is it as scary and confusing as it looks?!

« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2012 02:39:02 PM »

Knitty Otter has an amazing entrelac scarf tutorial.  I've made a few scarves and a headband/ear-warmer thing using her guide as a template.  I have not used it to incorporate entrelac into other projects, but I imagine that it wouldn't be too hard.  I would recommend doing, if not a full scarf, a short bit of entrelac using her guide and see what you think.

The key for me was not to worry about anything except the step at hand.  When I looked at the full pattern as a whole, it was confusing, but taking it step by step as I knitted, no individual step was hard.

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« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2012 03:16:59 AM »

thankyou so much!
« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2012 06:54:37 AM »

if it's going to be entrelac in the round, I learned from this baby hat pattern - http://users.netaccess.co.nz/major/freepatt/patt02.htm   one tip, when you put down the knitting, put a safety pin or something in the next stitch you need to knit. It'll give you a point of reference to figure out where to start.

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