Crochet Entrelac

Teach Hats

Why Do We Teach Hats?

August 21st, 2018 by Gretchen
Why a hat? You may have noticed that many of our class projects are hats. Sometimes I hear a student say, “I don’t want to make a hat.” So, I thought it might be helpful to explain why we so often...

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Learn Tunisian Crochet Entrelac at LBYS!

February 18th, 2017 by LBYS Staff
Entrelac is a beautiful technique that mimics a woven pattern. It looks complex, but once you get the hang of it, it’s both addictive and fun! This class uses the Tunisian crochet method to create crochet entrelac. You don’t need to...

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Build Colorful Projects with Crochet Entrelac

July 25th, 2012 by LBYS Staff
Did you know that your crochet rows don’t just have to go back in forth in one straight line? Many techniques in crochet work up in an angular, stop-and-go fashion, building a “row” of stitches into interesting shapes. Those rows ultimately...

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Learn to Create Two-Color Crochet Entrelac

August 18th, 2011 by LBYS Staff
Entrelac, simply a combination of various techniques blended into one fabric that looks woven, is one of those projects that look much more complicated than they were to execute. The techniques of crocheted entrelac are increasing, decreasing, and working stitches into...

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