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Entrelac Socks

Entrelac Socks

Self-striping yarn makes these socks more simple than they look. One skein of Poems Sock is enough to make a Ladies Large (10-12) pair of socks. The size of the cuff is constant, knit the foot length to desired size. This pattern is available on Ravelry

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Natalie’s Scarf (BFY)

This scarf is knitted using the Entrelac technique. Worked flat on a US #8 needle using one skein of Brooks Farm Solana, a worsted weight superwash wool with amazing color and softness. The edges of the scarf are finished off with a round of single crochet. Finished size 6″ x 64″ This pattern is available […]

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Natalie’s Hat (BFY)

This is a hat knitted using the Entrelac technique. Worked in the round with US #8 needles and one skein of Brooks Farm Solana, a worsted weight superwash wool with amazing color and softness. Fits most adults. This pattern is available on Ravelry.

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Entrelac Baby Blanket (BFY)

Entrelac is simple, fun and VERY impressive looking! Our fabulous baby blanket is made extra special by knitting it with Solana, a hand-dyed, worsted weight superwash wool by Brooks Farm Yarn. To work this afghan you need little more than basic skills. Cast on, knit, purl, decrease, and pick up stitches. Sure to become a […]

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New new new!

Stop by the Knitting Fairy booth at DFW FiberFest for a peek at our newest patterns! The Entrelac baby blanket worked in Perfection yarns, Triangulum, Counterspell and something so new it doesn’t even have a name yet! Of course, all of our other yarns, patterns and goodies will be there too. When your energy starts […]

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Entrelac – solid versus varigated

Monique asked if I prefer to knit entrelac in solid or variegated yarns.  The easy answer is YES! I like to knit entrelac.  Which yarn depends on what effect I want to achieve.  With hand-dyed yarns, like the wonderful goodness from Brooks Farm Yarns, you can get a neat look with less effort.  I like […]

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