Get 6 free entrelac patterns!

Entrelac is a knitting technique that’s used to create fabric that looks like it’s woven

The fabric is knitted in interlocking rectangles and triangles; stitches are picked up and knit from the edges of previously knit sections. Entrelac can be knit flat or in the round, in stockinette or garter stitch, in one color or in multiple colors. It’s a very versatile stitch pattern!

The Basic Entrelac Scarf by Lisa Shroyer, Reservoir Mitts by Allyson Dykhuizen, Cochin Shrug by Eunny Jang, Curvy Squares Tee by Bonnie Paul, Entrelac Basics by Eunny Jang, Felted Entrelac Key Fobs by Susan Pierce Lawrence, and Entrelac Socks by Eunny Jang

In our new free eBook, Entrelac Knitting: How to Knit Entrelac Plus 6 Free Entrelac Knitting Patterns, we’re going to teach you how to work entrelac, and then supply you with a few patterns that will really get you going!

We begin with an in-depth tutorial by Eunny Jang, which shows you the basics of knitting entrelac and then goes beyond the basics to show you how to knit entrelac in the round. These entrelac instructions will set you on the path to knitting fabulous entrelac projects.

The free entrelac patterns include an easy scarf pattern, darling entrelac felted bags, some really interesting and fun mitts, a lovely shrug, a flattering tee, and some truly amazing socks.

Download Entrelac Knitting: How to Knit Entrelac Plus 6 Free Entrelac Knitting Patterns now and have fun learning entrelac, and then knitting these fabulous free patterns!

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Kathleen Cubley

About Kathleen Cubley

Hello daily knitters! I'm the editor of Knitting Daily. I've been obsessed with knitting for about ten years now and my favorite projects are sweaters. I like the occasional smaller project, but there's nothing like yards of stockinette with a well-placed cable or a subtle stitch pattern here and there. I crochet a bit now and then—especially when I need to produce a baby blanket in time for the baby shower. I've been in publishing for 20 years and I'm finally exactly where I want to be: at the crossroads of knitting and communication. I live in Spokane, Washington and when I'm not knitting I enjoy gardening, snuggling with my dogs, swimming, reading, and playing in the snow in the winter. But, really, I'm pretty much always knitting!

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