Tunisian Entrelac Border Pattern

Tunisian Entrelac Border Pattern

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Entrelac Borders

Entrelac Borders

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 decrease your stitches.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Entrelac and Borders

Today’s information assumes you already know how to do Entrelac and are looking for a way to finish it nicely.

Steps to Making Flat Edges

I have a Downloadable PDF for the Entrelac Afghan & Borders instructions for those who wish it.

More Entrelac Projects

  1. Entrelac Crochet Tips for Afghan Creation
  2. Entrelac & Rectangular Afghans
  3. Jester’s Bag of Tricks Entrelac Napsack

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9 thoughts on “Tunisian Entrelac Border Pattern”

  1. Wendy says:

    Hi Mikey, love all your tutorials. You make them SSOO simple to follow.
    Question: do you have or know of where I can find a written pattern for the Entrelac Edging please? Keep up the good work.😁

    1. Mikey says:

      Evening. I don’t know if I ever wrote it out. I think I just learned and filmed it. I’m sorry.

  2. Barb turcotte says:

    No blue button

  3. Nancy I Sanchez says:

    no blue button

  4. iris says:

    is it possible to have a left handed pattern for the tunisian stitch?

    1. I didn’t know there were left handed patterns for Tunisian. Sorry.

  5. Elizaberh McColgan says:

    Once you do the border, how would you continue around the edges to put more edging on this afghan? Like more rounds of edging.

  6. Christine says:

    I’m half way through an entrelac afghan and was wondering how to finish off and uncurl the edges 🙂 Thanks for the super idea.

  7. Tessa Hamilton says:

    So serendipitus – I was just wondering this morning how to finish off an entralac afghan neatly! Thank you for these easy to understand instructions.

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