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This scarf reminded me yet again how addicting entrelac is
This scarf reminded me yet again how addicting entrelac is. It fell out of favor with me after the mess that was the Forest Path Stole, but now I think it’s my favorite thing again.

I used a pretty large needle size for this yarn, to try to stretch the yardage; it worked, because I got a 6′ scarf (enough to wrap once around my neck and still hang to my waist) out of 200yds. It did leave me with a pretty thin fabric, but that’s okay, I’ll just call it drape. Plus, this isn’t meant to be my super extra warm bullet proof scarf–I already have one of those.

All in all, I call this one a win. I don’t even have anything to complain about.

Pattern: just some basic entrelac, 3 five stitch squares=15 stitches wide
Yarn: Trendsetter Tonalita in 2345 Flower, 2 skeins
Needles: US10.5/6.5mm

Posted by jessamyn from United States • Published See jessamyn's 12 projects »
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Serenity
Serenity

I love the color/pattern combination. Nice choices. Very beautiful!! A definite win!

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PJ F.
PJ F. · Fort Valley, VA, US

That is so pretty! I had to look up entrelac knitting, I didn't know what it was! I am a self taught left handed knitter and right now I am trying to grasp knitting from a picture pattern! I will make entrelac knitting my next project! thanks for the post!

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Lizzy T.
Lizzy T. · United Kingdom

That looks amazing!

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Betty K.
Betty K. · NY, NY, US · 14 projects

this is beautiful! any recomendations on where i can learn more about entrelac?

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· Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, US · 23 projects

This is stunning! I have never heard of entrelac, but am very interested now. Thanks so much for sharing.

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