and it's a cushion

I decided to make a cushion. The next cushion is already in the works :-)

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Thunderhorse54's picture

It's a great cushion. I'm going to learn Entrelac knitting as soon as I'm done with my sweater.

Tizian's picture

It's easy when you have understood the pattern. But finished at first the cushion. Then I knit sweaters ... I bought the wool :-))

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

That looks very nice. Great way to learn the pattern and you have a nice cushion, too.

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

Tizian's picture

thx joe very much!!

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

You are most welcome.

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

Lumpynose's picture

Very nice. I like it.

Tom Hart's picture

Wow, nice craftsmanship and nice knitting. I don't really know how entrelac works. How many different yarns did you use for that project? It came out beautifully.

Also, what style of knitting do you use, English or continental? And what are the different knitting styles...English (throwing) and continental (picking)...called in Germany?

ronhuber's picture

Lovely work!!

Tizian's picture

I used for the cushion wool socks and I can not tell you what kind I use knitting. I do not know what the differences. Can do you me explain what is english and continental knitting style?

I have learned through this site:

http://www.nadelspiel.com/2011/07/10/stricken-entrelac-flechtmuster

Thx any thanks to all user who find my work beautiful

Tom Hart's picture

Hi Christian,
On that website they appear to be using the "continental" style of knitting. With continental you hold the yarn in the left hand and with English you hold the yarn in the right hand. Now if you're left-handed it might be just the opposite, I'm not sure. All the best, Tom

Tizian's picture

Okay Tom
I understand now ! I m a continental knitter :-))
Excuse me, I'm so stupid!

Tom Hart's picture

You're a brilliant knitter...