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Entrelac in the Round Tutorial

Entrelac in the Round Tutorial

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How to knit seamless entrelac, or entrelac in the round. This is intended for those who already have an understanding of the entrelac technique, and would like to add seamless entrealc to their skills.
How to knit seamless entrelac, or entrelac in the round. This is intended for those who already have an understanding of the entrelac technique, and would like to add seamless entrealc to their skills.

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Published by: Bea Ann on Mar 13, 2013
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Entrelac in the Round
Entrelac in the round, or seamless entrelac, is nearly identical to flatentrelac. The difference is you will not need to worry about the sidetriangles! That’s it. You will still work base triangles, left and rightleaning rectangles, and bind off triangles.Like flat entrelac, your base triangles are going to look odd until the firsttier of rectangles are worked. Even though the end result is a piece of seamless entrelac fabric, the work will not be joined until the end of thefirst tier of rectangles has been completed. Don’t worry when you have row of base triangles that are twisted and funny looking. Everything willcome together as you continue to work.The instructions below are meant to be used as a guide only. There is morethan one way seamless entrelac can be worked, and everyone has a particular method they prefer. If you look at patterns or other instructionsfor seamless entrelac, you will more than likely notice slight differences inthe process than what I have here.These instructions can be used on any number of stitches.
BASE TRIANGLES:
Knit 1, turn. Purl 1, turn.Knit 2, turn. Purl 2, turn.Knit 3, turn. Purl 3, turn.Knit 4, turn. Purl 4, turn.Knit 5, turn. Purl 5, turn.Continue in this manner until you have worked all of the stitches required.On the last row, after you have knit the last stitch, do not turn. Begin againfor the next triangle. Continue until all base triangles are complete. After you have worked the last row of your last base triangle, turn andpurl. This will put you in position to begin working the first Right Leaning Rectangle. If you would like to change colors, do so now. Your work is stillnot yet joined; it will look like you are working flat. Don’t worry, this willchange soon.
 
 
RIGHT LEANING RECTANGLES:
(You can also refer to these as Wrong Side Rectangles)Pick up and purl the required number of stitches along the side of thetriangle/rectangle below – this will be the same number that you workedfor each base triangle. After you have picked up your stitches, turn and knit the same number of stitches you picked up. Turn.Purl to last stitch, Purl two together. (The P2tog will be the last stitch of  your current rectangle, and one stitch from the base triangle/rectangle of the tier below.) Turn.Knit all stitches. Turn.Purl to last stitch, purl two together. Turn.Continue in this manner until all of the stitches from the triangle/rectangleof the tier below have been worked. After the last purl row has been worked, do not turn. You will be in position to pick up and purl to begin working the next Right Leaning Rectangle.Continue picking up stitches and working rectangles until you havecompleted the tier of Right Leaning Rectangles. Your last rectangle is theone that will join your work. You are now working in the round! After you have completed the last purl row of the final Right Leaning Rectangle, turn and knit. This will put you in position to begin working a tier of Left Leaning Rectangles. If you would like to change colors, do sonow.If you aren’t sure you have completed the required number of rectangles, just count them. You should have the same number of rectangles as Base Triangles.
LEFT LEANING RECTANGLES:
(You can also refer to these as Right Side Rectangles)Pick up and knit the required number of stitches. Turn.
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Purl all stitches. Turn.Knit to last stitch, knit two together. (The k2tog will be the last stitch of  your current rectangle and one stitch from the rectangle of the tier below)Turn.Purl all stitches. Turn.Knit to last stitch, knit two together. Turn.Continue in this manner until all of the stitches from the triangle/rectangleof the tier below have been worked. After the last knit row has been worked, do not turn. You will be in position to pick up and knit to begin working the next Leftt Leaning Rectangle.Continue picking up stitches and working rectangles until you havecompleted the tier of Left Leaning Rectangles. After you have completed the last knit row of the final Left Leaning Rectangle, turn and purl. This will put you in position to either workanother tier of Right Leaning Rectangles, or begin the Bind Off Triangles. If  you would like to change colors, do so now. Work as many tiers of Left and Right Leaning Rectangles as desired.Before you work the Bind Off Triangles, you should complete a tier of LeftLeaning Rectangles.
BIND OFF TRIANGLES:
 A note before we begin binding off. The first triangle will contain the samenumber of stitches you have been working with up to this point for allother tiers. Once the first Bind Off Triangle is complete, you will have onestitch remaining. This means that for the rest of the Bind Off Triangles, you will have one more stitch than you have been working with up to thispoint.Pick up and purl the required number of stitches. Turn.Knit all stitches. Turn. (On all subsequent triangles, you will knit to thelast two stitches, then work a k2tog, which will eliminate the extra stitch Imentioned above.)Purl to last stitch, purl two together. As before, you will be using the laststitch of your current triangle and a stitch from the rectangle below tomake the p2tog. Turn.Knit to last two stitches, knit two together. You will be knitting twostitches from the current triangle together. Turn.Purl to last stitch, p2tog. Turn.

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