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Trying to print this pattern, is there a special trick? only getting the first page.
Are you still having problems with printing? Are you seeing both pages of the pattern when you download it? If so, it may be something in your printer settings telling your printer to just print the first page. Changing that setting should fix the problem.
can you please specify what you would consider Aran Weight yarn?
Aran weight yarn falls between Worsted and Bulky. It is a little bit thicker than Worsted weight yarn but is still considered a "medium" weight yarn. A helpful chart for yarn weights can be found here - http://www.ravelry.com/help/yarn/weightsHope this helps! Sorry for the late reply.
Also, you can use ANY weight yarn for this pattern! Just use the best needle size for your yarn. Thinner yarns will produce a skinnier scarf and bulkier yarns will result in a large one! :)
love this pattern and the you tube has certainly explained it as well - looks amazing. Will find some wool and start this asap. THANKS for the pattern
I have knitted this pattern so many times, love it. Made jumpers/scarves/baby blankets. I was confused the first time I tried it but soon got the hang of it. x
I also can't get the pattern to come up. Help!
i cant either
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I also cannot get the pattern to come up. Help!
im stuck on the first stitch! how can you purl the second row if the first row was only 1 stitch? lol
I also was confused when reading the pattern. The best thing I did was go on YouTube and look at the video of this pattern. Here is the link:http://verypink.com/2011/12/22/learn-to-knit-entrelac/I hope it helps!
If the first row is only one stitch then that's the only stitch you'll purl on the second row! :) Yes, a row can consist of only one stitch!
Christen, I would like to make a throw...wider, too, Let me know if it was hard to do. Thanks Geri
i am just in love with this. it just gripped me visually. i want to make one, but more like a throw....wider. i am not much of a scarf wearer, but i can see this as a stunning throw
Thank you for sharing! I shared your post here http://www.scoop.it/t/needle-and-hook-patterns/p/3998095523/needle-and-hook-patterns on Needle and Hook Patterns
Can't seem to get the actual pattern to come up....can you help me?
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This pattern is great thanks. I'm thinking I will make a blanket! Now to purchase my yarn.
Love the look of this!
This pattern is amazing and surprisingly easy to follow. I'd never done entrelac and was very excited to try it. My scarf turned out great and I even gave it to a student of mine that I just recently addicted to knitting. She's definitely a novice and has had little problem following it. You won't regret trying this phenomenal pattern!
Can this amazing scarf be done with crochet?
I am just now seeing this comment! Apologies for the tardy reply! I do know that entrelac can certainly be done in crochet! If you just google "crochet entrelac" you will see a ton of resources that may help you create a crocheted version of this scarf (I think there are a lot of YouTube videos on it out there). I hope this helps! And again, sorry for the delay in reply! Craftsy doesn't notify me when a new comment is posted so I need to try and remember to check for them more often!!! :)
yes, you can do it with crochet. it is called afgan stich http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xurL-Mmdluw
sorry afghan :-)
Fell in love with entrelac. Not really difficult but I do need to pay attention. I, too, have knitted a long time and do well with written patterns. Not so well with charts. Maybe that will be my next challange..
I agree that IF you can follow directions, you should be able to knit this. I can follow directions if written, but have a great deal of difficulty with charts. My eyesight just isn't good enough to follow them--I can't even make out what some of the symbols are, much less knit them! I wish people who write patterns would provide written instructions instead of (or in addition to) charts! I just purchased a pattern (which I very rarely do) only to find it has only a chart and NO written instructions. Which means I won't be able to knit it! Very upsetting!!
maybe you can take the pattern to a copier and make it larger
I always not only enlarge, but mark off every 5 or 10 rows and columns (depending on complexity of pattern) with a heavy line to make it easier to follow. I find that I switch between charts and written, using whichever seems easier for that pattern. Sometimes I even color in the charts so that, say, green means k2tog and yellow p2tog, marking the key as well, of course.
@kebh153859... have you tried getting a full page magnifier to place on the chart? that might help you a lot..hope you are able to make your pattern since you did purchase it..
I hate charts. If a pattern is not written out, I skip it, and look for a similar one, with written instructions.
I really love this scarf and have never attempted entrelac. Once I am done with my current project then I am going to attempt it with some cheap yarn. If al goes well I will invest in the lovely yarn in the pattern.
I have always wanted to learn how to do this, Maybe these directions as I have read through them will make it possible for me to actually be able to do it.... If I succeed, I will post pictures of whatever I make... I am not into scarfs, but a pillow might be possible..
I have always wanted to learn entrelac, and this would be the perfect project to teach myself, along with the video as a bonus! I am an experienced knitter, but this was a technique I had never tackled before, so looking forward to learning it! Thanks, FrecklesnPurls!
I made this scarf twice! I found it very easy. I looked at the video also. I plan on making these as gifts!! Thank you so much!
Do you think you could make a hat pattern in the entrelac?!?!? I soo love this look!
Thank you so much for this pattern. I have just finished my scarf and it is beautiful. I watched Staci's videos and she was a great help (as always). I think this pattern is quite suitable for a beginning knitter. The technique looks much harder than it is when knitting.
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