Reading Time: 2 minutes 19 Entrelac Crochet Projects Entrelac Crochet is really a favourite of mine but it took me a bit to get the pattern concept into my head. You don’t always need an afghan hook to create Tunisian as many of the Entrelac ideas use a regular crochet hook. As you can see from the projects, the […]read more >
Crochet entrelac is one of my favourite crochet projects. This is Tunisian based crochet and has completely awesome finished looks.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Crochet Jester’s Bag of Entrelac Tricks Introducing a Mikey Original design called the Crochet Jester’s Bag of Entrelac Tricks. It uses Bernat Maker Home Dec yarn as a foundation with two different sizes of regular crochet hooks. This is an entrelac, Tunisian, based project done in a round. There is no slip stitching involved, so […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute 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 […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute Entrelac Borders Most crocheters and Tunisian knitters prefer to have a flat border around their Entrelac projects. I don’t blame them as the technique of Entrelac does make the mini boxes curl up on the edges. The border, whether going around or in rows across are exceptionally easy as long as you understand how to […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute Tunisian Entrelac in a Square This is Tunisian Entrelac that is completed in a square. It starts off with one box in the centre and then goes around, very much like a granny square. Of the Entrelac techniques, this one is my most favourite. It is easy and you really cannot go wrong anywhere. You […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute 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 […]read more >
Reading Time: 2 minutes Entrelac Rectangular Afghans For those that prefer to do Entrelac in a rectangular, yet done in a circle formation, I’ve figured out the math to make it happen so it will match your desired afghan or throw sizes. Visualize a granny square that is the size of your bed. What is wrong? Chances are the […]read more >