Hi BajanKnit, my pattern had the same instruction when using two or
more yarns and I took it to mean that when you are down to having
just the one stitch on the needle you bind it off...cut your yarn and
pull the tail through. The reason, I believe, is because when you start
the next tier you are using a different color and so want all your
stitches to be picked up with the next color. That is how I worked
mine anyway, have no idea if it is right!
Here are the links to my first entrelac block...I'm hoping to do another one in self striping yarn as I didn't care for having all the
yarn tails to weave in doing it with two seperate colors, or maybe I'll
do one in all the same color, not sure
Also, I think when I do another one I'll add one more triangle to my
starting line so I don't need to stretch it so much to reach the
12". DH said the unstretched version looked alot better to him so
may have to experiment a bit. I like the stretched out one better
but I guess it really is a matter of personal taste
Square before I stretched and blocked it:
Square after stretching and blocking:
Lisa_H, I guess it technically doesn't have to be washable wool
but I would certainly find it a pain to have to have my afghan
dry cleaned when it needed a wash!
The Noro color changes
are so pretty it would be tempting though.....