9781942021315

Entrelac The Essential Guide to Interlace Knitting

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  • ISBN13:

    9781942021315

  • ISBN10:

    1942021313

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2017-03-07
  • Publisher: Sixth&Spring Books

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Summary

Vogue Knitting presents Rosemary Drysdale’s essential guide to one of the hottest trends in knitwear today—entrelac. Now in paperback!
One of today's hottest knitting trends is entrelac, a modular technique that results in striking basketwork designs of rows within rows and interlocking diamond patterns. Using only simple knit and purl stitches, knitters can create eye-catching pieces with incredible texture. Entrelac introduces both the history and how-to of this fun style, along with 20 patterns for a variety of garments, home décor items, and baby accessories. Comprehensive instructions and a wide array of swatches provide endless possibilities in lace, colorwork, and much more.

Author Biography

Rosemary Drysdale is a knitting editor at Vogue Knitting  and KnitSimple magazines and a consultant and designer in the yarn industry. She has enjoyed a long career as an embroidery and knitting teacher and designer, including at Pratt Institute and the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.

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