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17 april, 2007

Because, really, one can never have too much Entrelac.  Have you Entrelaced recently?  No?  Perhaps you should.  Instructions for this swatch can be found in Eunny Jang's article, "Entrelac; Knitting Block by Block" in the Spring 2007 issue of Interweave Knits.

Yarn: Rowan's Damask and Bamboo Tape.    I particularly like the Bamboo Tape yarn.  For other swatches featuring this yarn see here and here.
Needles: US 6
Stitch: Entrelac
Source: "Entrelac; Knitting Block by Block" by Eunny Jang in the Spring 2007 issue of Interweave Knits, page 22.

April 17, 2007 | Permalink


So, did you knit backwards or did you flip with every row? I'm just curious. I've been trying to see if backward knitting would fix the gauge problem I have with purl rows...looks like your bell bottom baby pants. I'm working on some mitered squares and the backward knitting comes in handy toward the end. I wonder what it would have done to the cardigan I made that's looser on the right front than the left front? Maybe I'll just have to give in to knitting in the round and steeking. km

Posted by: Kristen | Apr 18, 2007 8:18:25 AM

Again you read my mind. I'm thinking of doing the entrlac market bag. Do you need to alternate variegated with plain? I thought of using Patons soy-thing.
Blueis best.

Posted by: Angie | Apr 18, 2007 9:02:13 AM

Isn't entrelac cool? I think whoever came up with it was a genius! And working it always makes me feel pretty clever too. ;)

Posted by: Laura | Apr 18, 2007 3:33:07 PM

I love ya, Nona, but you are not sucking me into the soul-draining pit of despair that is entrelac. Everybody has a knitting bug-a-boo and that's mine!

Posted by: becky c. | Apr 18, 2007 4:56:55 PM

I think this is my favorite combination of these two yarns.

Posted by: Leisel | Apr 20, 2007 6:58:09 AM

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