PDF Christine Entrelac Shawl Pattern

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Entrelac is a wondrous technique. It cannot easily be machine produced and it is beautiful to watch a slowly variegated yarn transform as the entrelac fabric grows.

This obtuse triangle ventures past the typical rectangular Entrelac shape to achieve a light shawlette that could be worn year-round.

This shawl has a one thick and one pointed end. It is worked from the point up and its length can be adjusted based on the amount of yarn used. 100g is recommended depending on the desired size.

You can change the size of the individual squares by increasing or decreasing the number of stitches in each square/triangle.

It is recommended that you knit the pattern as written the first time. After you are familiar with the technique you can then adjust the square size.


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Those are adorable. I hope the designer of those patterns sells a BUNCH. I'm busy designing my own patterns. I would never ask my cousin, a talented artist, to devote a week of his time to paint a cute minifig like the one I saw on Pinterest. I know he has lots of projects he would rather be working on and minifigs just aren't what he is passionate about. Most of the items I make and sell at craft fairs or online are what I call my "test knits." Either I have used the project as an excuse to try a new technique or pattern or yarn that I was curious about. They are all my experiments. If I make a bunch of the same item over and over again I will very quickly come to hate knitting and that would be a tragedy.

Many stores offer machine knit items for a fraction of what I charge. I buy machine knit items for my family all the time. If you need a hat and either the style or price of the one at the box store speaks to you - by all means - BUY IT FROM THE BOX STORE. I price my items based on: the cost and quality of the yarn used, the time I spent on it and (here's the big secret) how badly I want to sell it. Sometimes I would rather have the item on my display table/online store to show what I have created because first and foremost - I'm a knit designer. I hope that you find something on my table/store that speaks to you and you agree with the price but if you just aren't feeling it - we can 100% still be friends.

Those are adorable. I hope the designer of those patterns sells a BUNCH. I'm busy designing my own patterns. I would never ask my cousin, a talented artist, to devote a week of his time to paint a cute minifig like the one I saw on Pinterest. I know he has lots of projects he would rather be working on and minifigs just aren't what he is passionate about. Most of the items I make and sell at craft fairs or online are what I call my "test knits." Either I have used the project as an excuse to try a new technique or pattern or yarn that I was curious about. They are all my experiments. If I make a bunch of the same item over and over again I will very quickly come to hate knitting and that would be a tragedy.

Many stores offer machine knit items for a fraction of what I charge. I buy machine knit items for my family all the time. If you need a hat and either the style or price of the one at the box store speaks to you - by all means - BUY IT FROM THE BOX STORE. I price my items based on: the cost and quality of the yarn used, the time I spent on it and (here's the big secret) how badly I want to sell it. Sometimes I would rather have the item on my display table/online store to show what I have created because first and foremost - I'm a knit designer. I hope that you find something on my table/store that speaks to you and you agree with the price but if you just aren't feeling it - we can 100% still be friends.



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