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...
Jul 25, 2014
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T he Basic Entrelac Scarf by Lisa Shroyer Entrelac is a knitting technique that produces a fabric with a woven appearance—tiers of tilting blocks appear to run over and under each other. But the fabric is actually worked all in one piece as a series of interconnecting rectangles. Also called patchwork...
One of the best entrelac tutorials I've ever seen is the Beyond the Basics article written by Eunny Jang in the Spring 2007 issue of Interweave Knits. Since entrelac can be a bit tough to explain, here's an excerpt from that article: Entrelac fabric's series of tilted blocks are worked one...