A little bit of Color

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Entrelac has always been intriguing adn I have made the jump. This is a free pattern on Ravelry of a Felted Entrelac Bag. I don't know if I will felt it or not yet.The days of Autumn are here and the colors of nature are shifting> I wanted to bring a little of color to the pages with this small Entrelac Project Bag. Thanks for stopping by!

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smalltownknitguy's picture

Excellent work. I love the orange. Is this from the book we received at the MFKR? I have been working so hard on my design that I haven't been able to use any of my wonderful Stash Enhancement items that we got in Seattle. Keep us posted on the progress.

Tom Hart's picture

Awesome, as usual. I particularly liked when you modeled it as a hat for us on Monday night. A new fall fashion? :)

QueerJoe's picture

mmm...like an Autumn sunset...bright blue sky, purple horizon, green, orange and yellow leave covering the ground...just perfect.

Crafty Andy's picture

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No this is from a Free Ravelry DOwnload, but let me tell you that at the stage where I modeled it as a hat, it was perfect as the beginning of a top down sweater as well. The book is great, but this is not from the book. I have some over spun yarn that I am going to use for a vest in entrelac.

steve kadel's picture

entrelac your troubles away (insert appropriate corresponding melody here)

we won't just get a cat, nubby nu nu, will manifest a kitten from our love and lint from our hemp socks

we put birds on things

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Very nice, Andy. You could always use it as a sweater until your whimsey changes, then rework it as a felted bag. Just a thought. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Spicemanknit's picture

Beautiful, Very Autumn!

michaelpthompson's picture

I love those colors, and I can see why you might not want to felt it. The stitch patterns add so much to the texture of it.

"All knitting is just one stitch at a time."