Entrelac 2: New Techniques For Interlace Knitting by Rosemary DrysdaleEntrelac 2: New Techniques For Interlace Knitting by Rosemary Drysdale

Entrelac 2: New Techniques For Interlace Knitting

byRosemary Drysdale

Hardcover | September 23, 2014

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Dedicated knitters will find a fresh, fun challenge in this follow-up to Rosemary Drysdale's bestselling Entrelac. Filled with 85 all-new stitch patterns for creating texture in fabric, Drysdale's innovative collection takes this hot new needlework craze to the next level. Advanced beginners and intermediates can try their hand at everything from cables, lace, and relief stitches to circles, triangles, and never-before-seen interpretations, along with 25 patterns for beautiful garments, fashion accessories, baby gifts, and home décor projects.
Rosemary Drysdale has enjoyed a decades-spanning career as a designer and teacher of knitting and embroidery, at both the Pratt Institute and Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York. She is also an editor at Vogue Knitting and Knit Simple magazines as well as a yarn industry consultant. Rosemary lives in Long Island, NY.
Title:Entrelac 2: New Techniques For Interlace KnittingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:160 pages, 9 × 8.5 × 0.98 inPublished:September 23, 2014Publisher:Sixth&Spring BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1936096633

ISBN - 13:9781936096633

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great sequel to Entrelac A great sequel to the first Entrelac book. This book has more stitch patterns and projects.
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Editorial Reviews

“Entrelac—a knitting technique in which the fabric is formed by knitting textured blocks—can be addictive. In the sequel to her popular primer, Entrelac, Drysdale takes the technique a step further, incorporating lace, cables, and colorwork into the blocks. She begins with an overview of the basics, followed by a series of entrelac stitches that go well beyond these fundamentals. An extensive exploration of shape using the technique follows, featuring a variety of star shapes as well as zigzags and braids. The final section of the book is a collection of patterns featuring entrelac, including both garments and accessories in bold styles. . . . entrelac enthusiasts will discover plenty here to take their knitting to the next level.” —Library Journal