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My Crocheting Journal #41: Trying Entrelac

with the sweater/vest off my list, the next experiment is using entrelac crochet. Here is my first try. Lots of errors but I haves started getting into the swing of things….working with black, as you can imagine, was a poor choice to begin...

My Crocheting Journal #42: Entrelac Learning Curve

I started an Entrelac quilt this week. My first version (previous blog) had lots of errors and, although I had planned to just keep on going, my grandson thought it would make a good something-or-other and so it has found a new home and I have...

COLLABORATION Entrelac STAR OF BETHLEHEM quilt #1: The Inspiration

CrochetDevee recently posted the following and I was “hooked” (ha, get the pun?) I have tried entrelac crochet several times, as it is Tunisian Crochet that you can do on a regular hook, and seeing this beautiful quilt, I just had to try...

COLLABORATION Entrelac STAR OF BETHLEHEM quilt #4: Row 2

This next row is what is going to be the pattern that you use for the rest of your afgphan or quilt… or doily, whatever it is that you are making. Having finished the first row, you tie off that colour of yarn and attach your next colour at the...

COLLABORATION Entrelac STAR OF BETHLEHEM quilt #6: Look - It's a LAPGHAN!

It’s UPDATE time … when your “Star of Bethlehem” lapghan/afghan/quilt gets to the lapghan stage, share a photo with us so we can see the beautiful creation, whether that is as big as it will get or it is just hitting a milestone in its...

COLLABORATION Entrelac STAR OF BETHLEHEM quilt #5: Look - It's A Doily

It’s UPDATE time … when your “Star of Bethlehem” doily/lapghan/afghan/quilt gets to the doily stage, share a photo with us so we can see the beautiful creation, whether that is as big as it will get or it is just hitting a milestone in its...

COLLABORATION Entrelac STAR OF BETHLEHEM quilt #3: The First Row

The first row consists of 6 squares (well, rectangles, actually), as per the design/directions by CrochetDevee. NOTE: the following 6×4 block was used by CrochetDevee using cotton yarn. For acrylic fibre. It was found to work better with 6×2...

COLLABORATION Entrelac STAR OF BETHLEHEM quilt #8: Look - it's a QUILT!

It’s UPDATE time … when your “Star of Bethlehem” quilt finally is completed, share a photo with us so we can see the beautiful creation! How proud you must be – whether this is your first crocheted quilt or just one of many. Congratulations!

COLLABORATION Entrelac STAR OF BETHLEHEM quilt #7: Look - It's an AFGHAN!

It’s UPDATE time … when your “Star of Bethlehem” afghan/quilt gets to the afghan stage, share a photo with us so we can see the beautiful creation, whether that is as big as it will get or it is just hitting a milestone in its development.

COLLABORATION Entrelac STAR OF BETHLEHEM quilt #2: The Centre

Lying at the centre of the Star is a magic ring — how fitting that the centre of a star is magic! I have, previously, shared how I do the magic ring. CrochetDevee says that she worked right into the ring with her first 6 blocks. I found it a...