Edgy: Easiest Entrelac Ever
With Laura Barker
June 13, 10:00 am -12:00 pm CDT
Have you wanted to learn entrelac, or tried and been confused by left and right-slanting rectangles and those beginning, ending, and edge triangles? Let’s let the rectangles create a zig-zag edged scarf with no triangles! It’s so easy and gives you confidence for more entrelac.
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If you want to master the basic structure of entrelac, this is the easiest way! Join the fun.
For this fully reversible scarf, the rectangles are all worked in k1, p1 ribbing, and stitches are picked up using Laura’s ‘double-half-stitch pickup’ method. Because ribbing has no right side or wrong side, the rectangles are worked in the same direction with slight variations that are easy to learn and understand.
__Approximately 400 yds of fingering- to worsted-weight yarns: (a yarn with color changes is recommended.
__Appropriately sized needles. Because both entrelac and ribbing tend to make your fabric more dense, go up a needle size or two for a better drape, (3.5mm/US 4 for fingering-weight up to US 9/5.5mm for worsted-weight.