Entrelac knitting is created by knitting a row of triangles with stitches veering to the right, then knitting a row of rectangles with stitches going to the left. The first row of triangles is created by increasing and then decreasing stitches. ON the second row,the starting triangle is formed like those on the first row, but the rectangles and the final triangle are each begun by picking up and knitting stitches from a triangle on the previous row.
above diagrams were done by casting on 45 stitches, using worsted weight yarn and 4 1/2 mm needles. these also can be done using 6 st, sports weight yarn, 4 mm needles and a multiple of 6 sts. It is also a good pattern to use with chunky yarn. With some planning you could make a scarf, hat, sweaters, afghan, the ideas are endless--have fun
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