Entrelac Afghan Pattern

Entrelac Afghan Pattern

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Entrelac Crochet Afghan Pattern

Entrelac Crochet Afghan Pattern

Entrelac Afghan + Video Tutorial

Entrelac Crochet is the art of creating gorgeous afghans that have boxed shapes that grow with each other. The concept is really easy once you understand the concept and stitch counts.

I’ve filmed a video showing the step by step process of creating an Entrelac Crochet Afghan. In the original pattern, you will see the edges are in points. In the last bit of my video tutorial, I show you how to make the edges straight as it’s more desirable amongst crocheters.

You may become addicted to this concept… I know I am ‘hooked’!

Download the PDF Pattern to Follow. The pattern is using Caron Cakes but the method is still the same.

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

29 thoughts on “Entrelac Afghan Pattern”

  1. Ann says:

    No blue button

  2. Kim Torbert says:

    This is my first attempt at the entrelac pattern. It looks so complicated and reading the instructions was a bit confusing, however after watching this video, I was amazed how easy it really is. Thank you for the amazing video. I used a chain 12 starting chain and 11 rows for the first block and from there I just followed your instructions to start making my project larger. Thanks again, Mikey.

  3. Kim D says:

    I would like to do larger squares and use variegated yarn like the James C Brett in your picture. How do I determine the number of chains for a rectangular blanket? How many chains do I work with per block? Thank you.

  4. Sarah Sharrett says:

    Is there a print tutorial for the crochet entrelac? I learn better from printable sources than video

  5. beena sahadevan says:

    do i need to fasten off at the end of each row if i’m using caron cakes

    1. Yes, because if you try slip stitching to the next spot it is quite obvious. – LJ

  6. beena sahadevan says:

    do i need to fasten off at the end of each row if i’m using caron cakes.

  7. judy symms says:

    looking for pattern 3d entrelac squares in 3D can you find a writen pattern how to do it its for a king size bed throw my email

  8. Carole says:

    Thanks so much. I’ve been crocheting for over 50 years but have not tried this. I’m planning to make a minecraft hat as a Christmas gift and this will make it so much easier to do the graph. Thanks Mikey, you ROCK!!!!

  9. Blake Greene says:

    Ok so I really love this pattern and thank you so much for doing a tutorial on this. Though my question that I have is I want to do a really big square say like 20 loops would it still work I assume that it would but just looking for some clarity. Thank you Mikey!!!!

    1. That’s exactly right… Try it. ๐Ÿ˜€

  10. Alison says:

    Hi Mikey , im very new to crochet trying to learn it very slowly haha i am doing the Entrelac Crochet Blanket this will be my first project other then just trying little bits to get a feel so on i am making it for a queen bed . or trying to its a shame we cant share what we have done so far to get hints and so on .

  11. Nida says:

    Why do you, on the return pass row 1 Draw thru 1 loop and then in the 2nd row you say Draw 2 thru loop???????

  12. Jennifer says:

    I am making a king sized blanket using this pattern. I just want to say thank you so much for teaching me Enrelac. Great video and so easy to follow along. Thank you for all you do.

  13. Maggie says:

    Wonderful, I cant wait to try it ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. I found this quite hard to master, I’ve watched the video about 4-5 times to get the required look, I think this is down to me. Loved the video, but In some places you can’t see which stitch you put it in as the project is in the way. Can’t wait to try the bigger version x

  15. Lynda says:

    I have been very reluctant to try this because it looked great but I thought it would be hard to do, I was wrong thanks to Mikey and his video it’s not hard to do at all

  16. Bang on Mikey. I look for your video tutorials when I need help. I like the larger entrelac squares so i experimented with 10 and 12 stitches across and 10 lines up a down.. I am currently making a lapghan with the 10 stitch square. Thanks Mikey ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Louise Landers says:

    I think I found a mistake in your video. My first time trying this method of crocheting and I really like it. Where am I post this where you will be able to see the picture of the little change? It makes it more smooth without all the extra baggage where the square attaches to the previous row.

  18. Sharla says:

    Great video! Thanks for taking the time to show this to us.

  19. Debbie says:

    can I get the pattern? ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Patty says:

      The link to the pattern is just above the video – look for words Free pattern

  20. Cate Logan says:

    fantastic Mikey .you are a good teacher.

  21. Ginger says:

    Thank you so much for demonstrating this. I have been avoiding it for years also, but now I need to look for yarn in my stash so I can start one.

  22. Kathy Haney says:

    Was excited To learn this but the video didn’t work.

  23. SandyCroche says:

    mille mercis pour ce joli partage
    ร  bientรดt Sandy

  24. gail says:

    hi mike i just want to know wheere i can get the pattern afghan pattern from gail

  25. natalie says:

    I’m trying to learn how to do entrelacafghan blanket first time but the video keeps stopping wat can I do to stop this

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