Unikat Entrelac Scarf Done

At our last MFKR we had the joy of learning Entrelac, in this case garterlac with Brian Kohler. He is the designer of this scarf. The scarf is blocking right now is so beautiful. It is a very easy pattern once you get the hang of it.
I think that this yarn and the pattern make a very classy looking scarf. I am glad I had the experience of being able to make it. Thanks Brian and the MFKR!
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steve kadel's picture

very nice. i started mine at mens retreat last year, but never liked how it was looking and eventually frogged it.

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TomH's picture

Looks wonderful. (I'm thinking you had a lot of ends to work in, right?)

steve kadel's picture

no, it was entrelac in a colorway. that's just how the rows came out. i think we had three or four skeins

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we put birds on things

Crafty Andy's picture

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Not really is a self striping kind of yarn made specifically for this kind of work.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Nice scarf! It looks like it would be a great way to use up odds and ends of yarn. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

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jessemkahn's picture

that's a really wonderful use of a self-striping yarn. i've been meaning to learn entrelac. perhaps this is my push!

TheKnittingMill's picture

It looks great Andy! I love, love, love the colors! I haven't tried entrelac yet either, but now I, too, feel inspired.

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crmartin's picture

beautiful scarf!


mrossnyc's picture

great scarf and I love the colorway of the yarn. I've yet to do entrelac, I hope that whatever I make comes out as nice as your scarf!

RickeScott's picture

Very nice. I must try this sometime.