Entrelac Cowl

Entrelac – which means “interlaced” in French – is a basketweave stitch that looks knitted and woven – but is actually built as you go in connected wee modules, with the help of slipped stitches and decreases. Knitting entrelac in the round is a great way to start as it creates a smooth, seam-free tube of basketweave – perfect for a snuggly cowl. Skills needed: cast on, bind off, knit, purl, increases/decreases, knitting in the round. Skills learned: seamless in-the-round join, slipped-stitch edge, picking up stitches, and entrelac concept.

Yarn Requirements

100 – 150 yards of Bulky weight yarn with colour gradient

Materials

  • 8mm (US 11) 24 inch circular needle

Session Info

Instructor: Kathleen
Dates: Jan. 27 & Feb. 3, 2018 10:15 am - 12:15 pm

  • Cost $40
  • Sessions 2
  • Length 2 Hours

Advanced Beginner Knitting

Basic skills plus repetitive stitch patterns, simple colour changes, and simple shaping and finishing.