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Entrelac knitting

March 6, 2007

This is a blanket? or shawl? or Stole? I dont’ know yet, I was supposedly knitting a big stole following the pattern from ScarfStyle (by Pam Allen), Lady Eleanor Entrelac Stole, however, the yarn that I used is a bit to sturdy that it looks more like a blanket now.

The yarn that I used is from Noro, Kureyon (100% wool), the colour looks so great with this entrelac pattern. This was my first time to try entrelac, I found it so strange while I started with the bottom triangles. However, when you knit along with the pattern, with pick up and knit, the patterns will go smoothly as following.

I didn’t finish this project yet, it’s a big big project, and I put it in my knitting bag for a long time. I shall bring it up again and finish it off.

Project unfinished: since Dec 2005.
Pattern: Scarf Style, by Pam Allen. Lady Eleanor Entrelac Stole by Kathleen Power Johnson, p. 52-56.
Yarn: Noro, くれよんKureyon.

If anyone of you are interested in knitting entrelac, the following link is very helpful for your reference.


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hi ! wonderfull ! what is the color of the noro used ?

Thanks 🙂


January 20, 2009

I have an old knitting book(Cast On) from I think is the 1991 or later that has the instruction for a hat and sweater for entrelac, on that pattern they start the first set of triangles on the WS not the RS… am I not reading the instructions right???Please let me know if there at any time the entrelac is started from the wrong side.
Thank you.
Mary Otavka

Mary Otavka

July 28, 2009

I was just wondering … do you have separate little balls of yarn for each triangle or rectangle? Do you not have a lot of ends to sew in afterwards?
I have been trying to do this entrelac for a long time.

thanks for your help
June in Cambridge Ontario Canada

June Bonfield

September 25, 2009

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