InstructionsI've learn the entrelac knitting from a book "Entrelac Essential Guide to Interlace Knitting", added an edge on the opening of the bag, and wrapped in the handle while knitting the edge. Finally sewed in the inner lining fabric.
Everything was done by knit-on-the-go, no proper on-paper designing was sketch before hand, so was not able to share the pattern.
Type of item: Accessory
Caron Simply Soft (Off White) Lion Brand Wool-Ease (Oxford Grey) D-shape Purse Handle (got it from Daiso) Knitting Needle Size 5mm Inner Lining Fabric
What was your inspiration?
I loves to knit and crochet but found out that I seldom make anything for my mum, so for this Mother's Day, I decided to make her something. And by using the new skill I've learned - the Entrelac, the easiest thing that I'm capable of making is a bag, as don't wanna challenge too much on a new skill (although scarf will be much easier, but she lives in Malaysia, those kind of hot temperature definitely will not need a scarf~)
What are you most proud of?
Since the whole bag was kind of knit-on-the go, so the project might look a bit rough, but when I told my mum that I'm making her a bag and showed her the progress while making it, she was so happy, and I love that when she is happy, this is what I'm most proud of ^_^
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Entrelac is not as hard as its look, just have to be careful when counting those stitches while knit, then a nice 'basketweave-like' project will turn into a piece of art.