Crochet Caron Cakes Entrelac Afghan
Have fun with Caron Cakes and Entrelac Afghan Techniques at the same time.
The colour changing of Caron Cakes makes Entrelac, super exciting in my opinion. You end up with a quilt look-a-like. As you begin from the middle, the colours start off pretty solid but as it grows, you can see how the colour begin to play with each other.
For me, I get bored if the colour is too solid for a long time. So Caron Cakes satisfies my urges for colour changing without the fuss.
I have written instructions for this interested. You can Download this Pattern PDF should you wish to play along. The tutorial follows the same instructions but you need to substitute your yarn for Caron Cakes as per the instructions.
Left Handed Versions
Comments on “Crochet Caron Cakes Entrelac Afghan Pattern + Tutorial”
Hi Mikey, first of all thank you so much for such clear instructions – brilliant – and thank you for introducing me to entrelac tunisian crochet – like you I have always thought it was far too tricky but your instructions make it all come clear and I’m itching to get started.
I do have a question though – on your other videos you always return with one stitch on the turn followed by two – but on this video you return with two stitches all along.
Is one better than the other? Is there a change in the look of the fabric between the two? Which do you use?
Thanks in advance – ( and thanks again for being so inspirational ! )
were is the other pattern for the ten stitch trip around the world throw pattern? [email protected] I also ask you what was thee name of the crochet hook you use for the 7 stitch trip around the world throw.
I think he was using an N hook. She said go up two hook sizes above what the yarn calls for.
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