Entree to Entrelac: A Build-as-You-Go, Modular Approach for Knitters

Entree to Entrelac: A Build-as-You-Go, Modular Approach for Knitters

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by Gwen Bortner, Elaine Rowley, Alexis Xenakis
     
 

Revisiting a forgotten technique, this resource guides knitters through the steps, skills, and concepts necessary for mastering etrelac stitching. Though this way of knitting may intimidate beginning crafters, this reference explains the simple ways to build an understanding of the basics, how to master advanced techniques, and even combine entrelac with other

Overview


Revisiting a forgotten technique, this resource guides knitters through the steps, skills, and concepts necessary for mastering etrelac stitching. Though this way of knitting may intimidate beginning crafters, this reference explains the simple ways to build an understanding of the basics, how to master advanced techniques, and even combine entrelac with other knitting methods. Projects include scarves, bags, mittens, slipper socks, hats, and other garments, all worked in a wide range of yarn types.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933064192
Publisher:
Xrx Books
Publication date:
08/17/2010
Pages:
160
Sales rank:
870,412
Product dimensions:
10.14(w) x 11.28(h) x 0.53(d)

Meet the Author


Gwen Bortner has been designing knit patterns since 1994 and is the founder of Knitability, LLC. Elaine Rowley is the editor of XRX Books and the author of Babies & Toddlers: A Knitter’s Dozen, Bags, The Knitter’s Handbook, and Socks Socks Socks. Alexis Xenakis is the publisher of Knitter's Magazine and XRX Books. His photography is featured in all of XRX books. They both live in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

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Entree to Entrelac: A Build-as-You-Go, Modular Approach for Knitters 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
However, the instructions are not always very clear. I asked an instructor for help and even she had difficulty understanding what was to be done.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found it a little confusing. The terms they used were, I feel was not at all easy to learn from, but I learn better from pictures instead of words. The patterns are nice created for the beginner and these were easy to figure out.
KnitOrDieTrying More than 1 year ago
Very detailed instructions which explain the numerous types of basic units (triangles and rectangles) which are used to create entrelac. The structure of the book makes it a reference tool as well as a pattern book. The step-by-step diagrams accompanied with clearly worded directions help demystify entrelac and breaks it from a rigid form to body shaping styles. I love this book. It has taught me how to knit and purl backwards which is a great approach to making entrelac pieces. If you can knit, purl, knit two together and purl two together, then you can use this book to make beautiful additions to your wardrobe.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I brought this and this book is not for a beginner, the instructions are not detailed as to the technique, to me this book is more for a immediate to advance knitter.