Just wanted to share my first try at entrelac. It is a dishcloth. I used this pattern at www.criminyjickets.blogspot.com. It wasn't as difficult as what I thought. Now I think I can do a scarf.
03-24-2007, 05:58 PM
Great job! That'll probably end up being my first entrelac, since I'm too afraid of trying something like Danica.
03-24-2007, 08:56 PM
:cheering: You did a great job! :notworthy: I want to learn how to do that too!
03-24-2007, 09:10 PM
:cheering: Definitely a testament that the variegated yarns really pop using that technique. Very switched on! Great job! :cheering:
03-26-2007, 12:43 PM
That is great! I love the bright colors!
03-26-2007, 06:12 PM
It came out beautiful. I hope to one day be able to do that :)
Thanks everyone for the nice comments
03-26-2007, 09:46 PM
That's nice! :cheering: I too made one of these as my first entrelac project, and found it to be much easier than I had thought it would be.
03-27-2007, 01:28 AM
Great job! Right now I am working on my first entraloc project and so far I'm really liking it!
03-27-2007, 10:50 AM
Great job!! I need to do something like that to practice entrelac before I start my Lady Eleanor in May... :)
well it looks difficult to me, so bravo! Haven't got a clue how you did this.
Your dishes will love it!
04-04-2007, 03:41 AM
This garterlac dishcloth inspires me to finally tackle the mysteries of Entrelac! Thanks for your help on the blogspot! I appreciated the PDF being available. Adobe 8 is soooo useful for printing just what ya want!
Glad the address worked. Post pics when you are done.
04-05-2007, 08:58 PM
I tried n tried n tried :pout: ...finished these steps in blue:
Very loosely, cast on 24 stitches.
K 1, turn, K 1, turn.
K 2, turn, K 2, turn.
K 3, turn, K 3, turn.
K 4, turn, K 4, turn.
K 5, turn, K 5, turn.
K 6, turn, K 6, turn.
K 7, turn, K 7, turn.
K 8, do not turn.
Repeat the directions for the Bottom Triangle
twice more – three triangles in total. They
look a little twisted right now. Don’t worry;
they’ll sort themselves out as you go along.
Turn and make an Increasing Side Triangle.
Increasing Side Triangle:
K 1, turn, K-FB, turn.
K 1, SKP, turn, K-FB, K 1, turn.
K 2, SKP, turn, K 1, K-FB, K 1, turn.
K 3, SKP, turn, K 2, K-FB, K 1, turn.
K 4, SKP, turn, K 3, K-FB, K 1, turn.
K 5, SKP, turn, K 4, K-FB, K 1, turn.
K 6, SKP, turn, K 5, K-FB, K 1, turn._
K 7, SKP, do not turn.
Now make a Square.
Pick up 8 stitches along the side of the previous row ,turn.
* K 8, turn, K 7, SKP, turn. *
Repeat between the *s another seven times,
but do not turn at the end of the eighth
Make another Square...
However...I ended up with a perfect open-top cube...a three dimensional box.
I think my error is not understanding the directions I have highlighted in red.
Hmmm...I feel like a bonehead! I frogged it all...and put it away for now.
Any input? Maybe I should take it to my LYS. Then owner is helpful...and teached entrelac concepts.
04-05-2007, 10:30 PM
Great job!!!! I completed the same pattern for my first entrelac project.
ArtLady - I had to frog it several times before finally getting the hang of it. I found this website that helped a lot. Check it out and I hope it helps!!!!
04-06-2007, 01:11 AM
Great Job! I really like doing garterlac.