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March 23, 2007

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l yet to have a go at entrelac l hope it will work out for me l was after pattern but you can get over amercica so it is a no no over here

Started this and struggling, but I blame it on the fact that its 12am. Thanks so much for explaining this in simple terms unlike other websites that assume every knitter knows every little acronym or know-how. Keep up the good work!

going to try the Entrelc Tutorial hope it works on me, this is one pattern that is not going in my head. Thanks

A tutorial is one method of transferring knowledge and may be used as a part of learning. More interactive and specific than a book or a lecture; a tutorial seeks to teach by example and supply the information to complete a certain task.

Depending on the context a tutorial can take one of many forms, ranging from a set of instructions to complete a task to an interactive problem solving session (usually in academia).

Thank you so much for posting such a comprehensive and easy to understand enterlac pattern. I'm hooked on it now!

Thank you for taking the time to write up the directions as well as show pictures. Quite helpful!!

OH I want this pattern and i cant get the PDF to down load...what am i doing wrong????

OMG! I think I'm drooling. Are you married? No that's a rude question, but thank you so much for this. It's so pretty; I must try it!

Thanks for the pictures. I was completely stumped until I found your clear photos; they were so helpful!

How disappointing :( I hoped that with a tutorial, my fears of Entrelac would disappear, but I have no idea what a "turn" is, so your instructions are largely gibberish to me :(


Thank you for this! I am acutally using your tutorial to make a throw-- 10-stitch blocks, 15 across, using Noro Silver Thaw in colorway 5. Your instructions are so clear and easy to modify! Thanks again!! Love from Chicago.

(To Lynne above: "turn" means literally to turn the fabric around to work on the other side, just as you've been doing, I'm assuming, for quite some time now, making scarves and such, if you know how to do stockinette stitch. So you DO know what a turn is... and now you know that you know :))

ahhh...my knitting lightbulb has gone on full power! thanks for these beautifully clear pictures and instructions. i'm ready to start!

Thank you, thank you thank you!!!! Your tutorial saved my sanity!!!! I finally had 4 patterns laying in front of me and I just could not get it! Yours was great and I am soooooo happy!

Why do you feel the need to use bad language on your blogs?

PG Black Mountain NC

Clear Instructions, thanks, and I didn't have to spend $60.00 on a class at my LYS. :)

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