Work Entrelac Completion with MC. Slip-stitch pattern Work transition and setup. 47 [51, 55] sts. Work Rows 1 to 10 of Slip Stitch Pattern once. Thumb shaping Work Thumb Shaping as given. Slip-stitch pattern Work Rows 1 to 10 of Slip-Stitch Pattern a total of 4 [5, 6] times. Complete as per Right Hand. Wrist cuffs (work both mittens the same)
Jun 26, 2019 · SSK – Slip two stitches from left needle to right needle, insert tip of left needle into the front of the two slipped stitches, and knit them together. P2tog – Purl two together. How to knit Entrelac, Beginning Your Square: the Base Triangles. To begin your entrelac square, you’ll create a series of triangles. Here’s how:
skp Slip 1 as if to knit, knit 1, pass slip stitch over knit stitch - 1 st decreased. NOTES: 1. Entrelac knitting consists of rows of triangles and blocks that are worked in short rows. Short rows are rows that are worked over a portion of the sts in a row, leaving the remaining sts unworked.
Jan 17, 2007 · Row 1: Knit across 16 center stitches to the first wrapped stitch. Pick up the wrap, knit the stitch, pass wrap over knitted stitch. Move yarn to front as if to purl. Slip next stitch, turn, slip stitch back to right hand needle, purl to first wrapped stitch. Row 2: Pick up the wrap, purl the stitch, pass wrap over knitted stitch.
Sep 07, 2020 · The Base Tier is worked from right to left across the project, as a RS row would be worked in traditional knitting.. First Tier. The First Tier of entrelac consists of one set of short rows worked as a left triangle, one or more sets worked as rectangles, and one set worked as a right triangle.. The First Tier (Triangle-Rectangle-Triangle) is worked from left to right, as a WS row would be ...
Entrelac Knitting: How to Knit Entrelac Plus 6 Free Entrelac Knitting Patterns ENTRELAC IS A KNITTING TECHNIQUE THAT’S USED TO CREATE FABRIC THAT LOOKS LIKE IT’S WOVEN. The fabric is knitted in interlocking rectangles and triangles; stitches are picked up and knit from the edges of previously knit sections.
ssk (slip, slip, knit) Slip next 2 sts as if to knit, one at a time, to right needle; insert left needle into fronts of these 2 sts and knit them tog - 1 st decreased. NOTES: · Entrelac knitting consists of rows of triangles and blocks that are worked in short rows. Short rows are rows that are worked over a portion of the sts in a row ...
Dec 14, 2017 · This is the bottom of the cardigan and is knit. I know there is a way to entrelac for crochet but I do not know how so I knit it. I am writing this mainly as a link to add into tomorrows post, for the entrelac pattern I used and how I attached my crochet to this knit strip. ... Slip last picked up stitch to left needle, Ssk, turn. Row 2- p8 ...
Knit Entrelac Scarf Free Knitting Pattern. This Knit Entrelac Scarf is an absolute fabulous piece with vibrant colors and textures if you are looking for knitting accessory projects for the cold nights. The colours are stunning and the blocks of entrelac just show them off so well. The entrelacs are 8 stitches wide, but you can just as easily ...
Here are some interesting published patterns you can use to learn about entrelac. Meg's Sweaters by Meg Swansen, pp. 32-35, Knitter's Magazine, Summer 92. No. 27. This is a pattern for a pullover knit in the round with an entrelac yoke, in natural colored 2 play Icelandic wool.
The other option is to use two solid colors of sock yarn and alternate. Row 5: P4, turn. Row 2: P7, p2tog last st of current block with next st of block from prev tier , turn. Next 6 rectangles: Next row: Pickup 15 Sts on the edge of the next triangle. Block by soaking in warm water for five minutes, get rid of excess water by rolling in a towel and then lay flat to dry without stretching with the thumb to one side. Complete as per Right Hand. Love this pattern. Entrelac Afghan is free pattern at knittingonthenet. The last stitch of Tier 1 is still on your needle and counts as the first stitch of your first rectangle and will count as one of the picked up stitches the first time you work row 1. Rep for opposite long edge. Rep Rows fourteen more times. Turn so that WS is facing. Join MC. Row 14 : K1, p to last st, working the wraps together with their stitches, k1. Newer Post Older Post Home. Row 7: K5, turn. Row 29 : With MC, k1, sl1, k3 to 2 sts before end, sl1, k1. Row 8: P1, p2tog, turn. Pick up the wrap, knit the stitch, pass wrap over knitted stitch. Knit a set of end triangles all the way around the leg [56 stitches]. Pick up stitches on the other side of the center panel and knit in Tanbark as for the first panel. Next row, decrease 22 stitches as follows: k2tog twice. Do not turn. Below is the pattern I ended up creating. Continue repeating rows 3 and 4 until you have wrapped 8 stitches on each side and have 16 unwrapped stitches in the middle. Pick up and k12 sts from row-ends of last base triangle, turn. Pick up 5 stitches down the side of the triangle. Move yarn to front as if to purl. Break off CC. I mention knitting backwards in one of the videos. Row 2: K1, m1, k1, turn. You now have two wrapped stitches on each end. Work next tier with MC, from WS, and with blocks of 4 sts and 10 rows each. The Base Tier is worked from right to left across the project, as a RS row would be worked in traditional knitting. End with Tier 1. Notions a length of waste yarn for holding stitches stitch markers. With Color B, single crochet around the outside edge of the afghan. Steam lightly. The last stitch of Tier 1 is still on your needle and counts as the first stitch of the first top triangle. K2, turn. Borders The border is a pattern called Tanbark. Cut the lining fabric according to the final size of the knitted item — allowing a little extra for the seams. If you are working with a set of 4 dpn, your sts should be divided among 3 needles. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Knit 1 round, increasing 8 stitches evenly. Rep Rows 2 and 3 three more times. Continue in entrelac until leg is the desired length. Cont until 15 16 triangles have been made. Subscribe to: Posts Atom. Craft Passion Monday 3rd of February Next row WS : Pick up and purl 8 sts through selvedge edge of next adjoining block from prev tier. Purl 1 more st each time from left hand needle until all 12 sts are on right hand needle. Can you please help? Lining - simple version Measure the finished knitted item. Hat: Cast on 80 sts with CC color Join being careful not to twist sts and placing a marker to indicate the beginning of the rounds.
By: Author Craft Passion. When I first saw this entrelac pattern…. I definitely want to make this, but how? Thanks to the modern technology of the internet, I searched through the web and found some videos that taught about it. I am able to cast on and start knitting after the first or 2nd views of the video tutorial. There are 6 parts of the video tutorial to complete the entrelac knitting pattern, go through each of them and you will be able to do the same. As long as you can do a cast on, knit, purl, purl 2 together, slip slip knit, and bind off, you are able to make this woven-like knit pattern. There is of course a crochet version on entrelac, but the effect is not exactly the same. Maybe I will cover that as well after finish this project. I am not a proclaimed professional in knitting, but I have the passion to create something out of the needles and yarns. Not lucky enough to have a video and tutor to guide me through, so, I am basically a self-taught knitter and I learned knitting more than 30 years ago from just a basic knitting book. Long story short, I can knit after making numerous trials and errors, with no regret of the hard work, and I really proud of myself for being able to knit a few vests, cardigans, pullovers, scarfs, etc….. And also, conduct a small class among classmates during the break time between high school classes. So, you think it is a real woven knit strip? Not until you look at the wrong side of the knit piece…. The yarn weight and needle size are not given. I would love to make the two-color scarf, but without this information I see a lot of wasted yarn and time. Can you please help? May I know where did you see the class and handout link? I didn't write anything on these two. You can use your preferred yarn and suggested needle size from the yarn. This is the method on how to make knit the entrelac pattern not a complete pattern for a scarf. For your case, you will need to knit a small test piece to determine how many rows and stitches you need for the scarf, from there estimate how many yarns you will need for the scarf. I spent much of my Saturday following these videos and learning how to do Entrelac. It's really been fun and I can't wait to start my big afghan project! I didn't get my housework done today, but I don't care. I may never have time again to do housework because I will be too busy knitting the entrelac pattern! You were right--it's not difficult once you understand the concept. But it looks impressive. Thank you!!! I was searching for some basic entrelac instructions that were clear and concise and found them in your videos. Even though I need to refer back to the videos for the left and right triangles, I am happily on tier 5. I've shared your link with my knitting group and book marked them for my future projects. Thanks for a marvelous posting! I truly enjoyed reading it, you could be a great author. I will be sure to bookmark your blog and will often come back at some point. I want to encourage you continue your great job, have a nice holiday weekend! Hi, all the time i used to check weblog posts here early in the morning, because i enjoy to gain knowledge of more and more. Click here to cancel reply. Patricia Magnus Wednesday 29th of January Craft Passion Monday 3rd of February Ilene Sunday 6th of January Ceashels Friday 10th of February Alison Monday 17th of November Lynne Sunday 8th of June
In the Entrelac section, all stitches should be slipped purlwise with yarn held to the WS of the work. Work a Second Block between second and third triangles. Row 2: Pick up the wrap, purl the stitch, pass wrap over knitted stitch. Row Skp. To do this, make sure you use a colorway with very long color blocks. Worked toe-up with a short row toe and a short row heel. Knit 16 stitches onto your needle, pick up a new needle and knit the next 16 stitches onto the new needle. P2tog, p9, turn, k Below is the pattern I ended up creating. Repeat rows 2 and 3, six more times. I do it most of the time, and learned how to do purling that way too. It is helpful to place a marker every 20 stitches to keep track of the pattern. Lynne Sunday 8th of June Love this pattern. Row 7: Skp, k1, k2tog, turn. The mittens are worked flat and sideways, with an entrelac panel and slip-stitch pattern that shows off coordinating mini-skein colors. Work next tier with CC, from RS, and with blocks of 3 sts and 8 rows each. Next 6 rectangles: Next row: Pickup 15 Sts on the edge of the next triangle. With sewing thread, sew fold at bottom of lining to fold of knit piece. It's really been fun and I can't wait to start my big afghan project! Loading Comments Entrelac Body Change to B, leaving A attached. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. Row 8 : K1, p2, sl1, p3 to 4 sts before end, sl1, p2, k1. P2, turn. Graft final row to cast-on sts. Rows Repeat Rows 1 and 2 three times, then repeat Row 1 once more. Continue working tiers 1 and 2 until the desired length is reached. Join CC2 and with RS facing, pick up and knit 3 sts along the selvedge row between the needles, picking up from tip to base of the block from the previous stripe. This stitch will count as the first stitch of the next triangle. Header Nav. The second row of Blocks does not have side triangles. Row 2: and all WS rows — purl all sts in this section, turn Row 3: k2tog, k3, ssk, turn Row 4: purl sts in this section, turn Row 5: k2tog, k2, ssk, turn Row 6: purl sts in this section, turn Row 7: k2tog, k1, ssk, turn Row 8: purl sts in this section, turn Row 9: k2tog, ssk, turn Row purl sts in this section, turnRow sl 1, ssk, psso, do not turn. Wrist cuffs work both mittens the same With MC, using smaller needles for small circumference in the round, and starting level with center of thumb, pick up and knit 52 [ 60 , 64 ] sts evenly around wrist edge. Row 17 : K to 10 [ 14 , 14 ] sts before end, turn without wrapping. Rows 3 to 8 : Rep Rows 1 and 2 five times more, but do not turn work after completing Row 8. Row 2: P5, p2tog, turn. All blocks have been worked, and you are now at the end of the row. Row P5, turn. Repeat Rows 1 to 11 two more time to complete all three base triangles. Fold the lining fabric with RS together, with the center fold inside and seam AB at bottom, sew side seams together through all thicknesses. I love seed stitch, and recently learned broken rib, and do both without turning. Row 5 : Sl1, p1, p2tog, turn. The Base Tier is worked from right to left across the project, as a RS row would be worked in traditional knitting. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here. For the first square only the remaining st from the last tier is the first picked up stitch.
Thank you for this pattern. I am new to knitting and new to sick knitting. Love this pattern. It is on my to do lost. Post a Comment. Wednesday, January 17, Entrelac Socks. When I first saw the entrelac socks on Eunny's blog, I knew I they looked fun and challenging. They would definitely be on my needles sometime in the future. The more I looked at them, the less I wanted to wait, so I went in search of pattern. I found one on the Townsend Socks Yahoo! Like most knitters, I saw the pattern and immediately began thinking of ways to change it. Below is the pattern I ended up creating. Size: Women's small-medium I wear a size US 7. The circumference of my foot at the ball is 8. You can just pick out the yarn and start knitting. To do this, make sure you use a colorway with very long color blocks. Other Trekking yarns with shorter color repeats will create stripped entrelac squares. The other option is to use two solid colors of sock yarn and alternate. Worked toe-up with a short row toe and a short row heel. I use Wendy's pattern as a reference. Begin by casting on 32 stitches using a provisional cast-on. Knit across cast-on stitches. Purl back across. Begin short row toe: Row 1: Knit to last stitch, wrap last stitch with yarn in front as if to purl, slip last stitch from left needle to right. Turn work, slip first stitch the one you just wrapped and slipped onto right needle. Row 2: Purl to last stitch, wrap last stitch with yarn in front as if to knit, slip last stitch from left needle to right. You now have one wrapped stitch on each end of the needle. Row 3: Knit to stitch before the wrapped stitch second to last stitch , wrap stitch with yarn in front as if to purl, slip wrapped stitch from left needle to right. Turn work, slip stitch the one you just wrapped and slipped onto right needle. Row 4: Purl to stitch before the wrapped stitch second to last stitch , wrap stitch with yarn in front as if to knit, slip wrapped stitch from left needle to right. You now have two wrapped stitches on each end. Continue repeating rows 3 and 4 until you have wrapped 8 stitches on each side and have 16 unwrapped stitches in the middle. Now you will begin picking up the wrapped stitches, beginning with a knit row. Picking up wrapped stitches and make a toe box: Row 1: Knit across 16 center stitches to the first wrapped stitch. Pick up the wrap, knit the stitch, pass wrap over knitted stitch. Move yarn to front as if to purl. Slip next stitch, turn, slip stitch back to right hand needle, purl to first wrapped stitch. Row 2: Pick up the wrap, purl the stitch, pass wrap over knitted stitch. Move yarn to front as if to knit. Slip next stitch, turn, slip stitch back to right hand needle, knit to wrapped stitch. Continue repeating rows 1 and 2 until all wrapped stitches have been worked. You know have a toe box and have just finished a purl row. Knit 16 stitches onto your needle, pick up a new needle and knit the next 16 stitches onto the new needle. Unzip the provisional cast on and place these stitches onto two needles, distributed evenly. You may need to pick up one stitch. Knit across these 32 stitches. You now have a total of 64 stitches on your needle. Knit one row even. Next row, decrease 22 stitches as follows: k2tog twice. Entrelac Base Triangles: Each base triangle is worked across a total of 6 base stitches. After each row, turn the work.