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These patterns are sent to you as an e-mail attachment (pdf. file) using Adobe Acrobat Reader to print on your computer. A shipping charge will show on the order form but will NOT be charged to your credit card.
Entrelac is a knitting technique that creates a very interesting, complicated look, however, it is only connecting squares while you knit and is really not that difficult. These knitting e-patterns are designed by Suzanne Pufpaff of the Yurt Boutique, part of Pufpaff's Fiber Processing.
Entrelac Triangle Shawl see close-up
Entrelac Triangle Shawl is $5.00
|Entrelac Triangle Shawl with Lace Patterns Inserted in
Rectangles. Suzanne starts with one square instead of a triangle base
row. This makes it easy to use various size yarns and size of shawl.
.The shawl pictured used 16 ounces of hand spun 2 ply fingering weight yarn with US size 6 needles and a gauge of 5 sts to the inch and 6 rows to the inch. Gauge is not really important for this project. It is more important to match needle size to yarn size to make a light flexible fabric. Since Entrelac creates a bias fabric, this also effects finished size more than the gauge.
The finished size of this shawl is 44 inches on short edge and 72 inches on long edge. If a larger shawl is desired, lace pattern rows can be repeated with addition repeats of the pattern squares in the center of the shawl. Again the bias effect of the entrelac makes for a shawl that drapes easily on the body.
This is a 10 page pattern which will be emailed to you as a pdf attachment, all pages will be sent in one e-mail.
Entrelac Butterfly Shawl, the entrelac variation
used in this shawl combines increasing the number of stitches in the rectangles
in each row and making alternate rows of rectangles in reverse Stockinette
stitch. By using alternate rows of reverse Stockinette, the shawl is completely
reversible and either end can be the top.
Gauge is 4 sts to the inch and 5 rows to the inch. Gauge is not real
important for this project. It is more important to match needle size
to yarn size to make a light flexible fabric. Since Entrelac creates a
bias fabric, this also effects finished size more than the gauge.
Entrelac Butterfly Shawl Pattern is $5.00
see close up
|Entrelac Shrug is a variation of the entrelac
technique with a lace design inserted into alternating rows of squares and
is knit side to side, rather cuff to cuff.
The shrug pictured was made from 6 ounces of lace weight handspun merino wool and angora yarn. The cuff was knit with US size 2 double point needles to make it tight. The body was knit with US size 3 single point or circular needles. Gauge is 6 stitches per inch and 10 rows per inch.
This is a 6 page pattern which will be emailed to you as a pdf attachment, all pages will be sent in one e-mail.
see more Entrelac designs more Pufpaff Entrelac; Hat Scarf and Moebius and Pufpaff Entrelac Asymmetrical Tunic Vest and Full Circle Skirt