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Entrelac Scarf Tutorial  

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6 Stitch Entrelac Scarf Pattern & Entrelac Tutorial

6_stitch_entrelac_scarf

Yarn: Trendsetter Yarns - Tonalita Example here in color 2349.
A very similar yarn to the Tonalita is Lang - Mille Colori
Needles: US9 / 5.5 MM Inspired by Allison LoCicero’s Entrelac Scarf @ http://www.frecklesandpurls.com/

Stitch Guide
k = knit
p = purl
k2tog = knit 2 together
p2tog = purl 2 together
kfb = knit into front and back of stitch
ssk = slip slip knit
sl = slip
m1 = Make 1
psso = Pass slipped stitch over

Base Triangles 

CO 18 Sts

Row 1: (RS) k1, turn
Row 2: and all WS rows – purl all sts in this section, turn
Row 3: sl 1, k1, turn
Row 4: Purl sts in this section, turn
Row 5: sl 1, k2, turn
Row 6: Purl sts in this section, turn
Row 7: sl 1, k3, turn
Row 8:  Purl sts in this section, turn
Row 9: sl 1, k4, turn
Row 10: Purl sts in this section, turn
Row 11: sl 1, k5 – Do Not Turn – end of base triangle one of three – start next base triangle on next stitch

Base_triangle_1
Photo of first triangle in the base triangle section of your scarf.

Repeat Rows 1 to 11 two more time to complete all three base triangles

Base_triangles_3
Photo of completed base triangles

Tier 1 - 2 Diamonds & 2 Side Triangles

Left Side Triangle

Row 1: (WS) k1, turn
Row 2: kfb, turn
Row 3: k1, p2tog, turn
Row 4: k1, m1, k1, turn
Row 5: k1, p1, p2tog, turn
Row 6: and all RS rows – knit to last st, m1, k1 turn
Row 7: k1, p2, p2tog, turn
Row 8: knit to last st, m1, k1 turn
Row 9: k1, p3, p2tog, turn
Row 10: knit to last st, m1, k1 turn
Row 11: k1, p4, p2tog, turn - end of left triangle - Do Not Turn

Left_side_triangle
Photo of completed left side triangle 

Now work the two middle diamonds of Tier 1.
Two Middle Right Slanting Diamonds

Row 1: (WS) With wrong side facing, pick up and purl 6 sts along the selvedge edge of the next triangle. Sl last st picked up onto the left needle and p2tog, turn.

Row 2: k6, turn
Row 3: sl 1, p4, p2tog, turn
Row 4: k6, turn
Row 5: sl 1, p4, p2tog, turn
Row 6: k6, turn
Row 7: sl 1, p4, p2tog, turn
Row 8: k6, turn
Row 9: sl 1, p4, p2tog, turn
Row 10: k6, turn
Row 11: sl 1, p4, p2tog, turn - end of Diamond One - Do Not Turn

Repeat Rows 1 to 11 one more time to complete all both middle diamonds. Once both diamonds are done began working the right side triangle in the next section.

Tier_on<wbr>e_center_diamonds
Photo of completed center diamonds

Right Side Triangle

Row 1: (WS) With wrong side facing, pick up and purl 6 sts along the selvedge edge of the next triangle or diamond, turn.
Row 2: and all RS rows – knit all sts in this section, turn
Row 3: sl 1, p3, k2tog, turn
Row 4: knit sts in this section turn
Row 5: sl 1, p2, k2tog, turn
Row 6: knit sts in this section turn
Row 7: sl 1, p1, k2tog, turn
Row 8: knit sts in this section turn
Row 9: sl 1, k2tog, turn
Row 10: knit sts in this section turn
Row 11: k2tog - Turn and transfer this st to the right needle.

The remaining stitch will be counted as the first st picked up for the first diamond in Tier 2.

Right_side_triangle
Photo of completed right side triangle & Tier One
Tier 2 - 3 Diamonds

Three Left Slanting Diamonds

For the first diamond only, the remaining stitch from the last tier counts as 1 picked up stitch

Row 1: (RS) With right side facing, pick up and knit 6 sts along the selvedge edge of the next triangle or diamond. Sl last st picked up onto the left needle and ssk, turn.

Row 2: p6, turn
Row 3: sl 1, k4, ssk, turn
Row 4: p6, turn
Row 5: sl 1, k4, ssk, turn
Row 6: p6, turn
Row 7: sl 1, k4, ssk, turn
Row 8: p6, turn
Row 9: sl 1, k4, ssk, turn
Row 10: p6, turn
Row 11: sl 1, k4, ssk, - end of Diamond One - Do Not Turn

Tier_two_left_slant_diamonds
Photo of first left slanting diamonds

Repeat Rows 1 to 11 two more times to complete three middle diamonds. Once the three diamonds are done you will start tier one again.

Tier_two_3_diamonds
Photo of completed three diamonds in tier two

Continue working tiers 1 and 2 until the desired length is reached.

Before you begin the bind off triangles the last tier you work is tier one. Keep that in mind when you start thinking about coming to the end of your scarf.

Pre_bindoff_edge
Photo of Tier One completed, your project should be on this tier when you are ready to begin your bind off triangles.

Bind off Triangles

 Row 1: (RS) With right side facing, pick up and knit 6 sts along the selvedge edge of the next triangle or diamond. For the first triangle only, the st remaining counts as the first picked up stitch.

Slip last st picked up to left needle and ssk, turn.

Row 2: and all WS rows – purl all sts in this section, turn
Row 3: k2tog, k3, ssk, turn
Row 4: purl sts in this section, turn
Row 5: k2tog, k2, ssk, turn
Row 6: purl sts in this section, turn
Row 7: k2tog, k1, ssk, turn
Row 8: purl sts in this section, turn
Row 9: k2tog, ssk, turn
Row 10: purl sts in this section, turnRow 11: sl 1, ssk, psso, do not turn.

The remaining stitch will count as the first stitch of the next triangle.

Bindoff_first_triangle
Photo of first triangle of three triangle bind off

When all three triangles have been worked, bind off last stitch and weave in ends.

Block if Desired.

Bound_off_blocked
Photo of completed bind off edge after blocking

Additional Notes:

Turn unless otherwise noted

You should have 6 stitches for each triangle at the end of each section with the exception of the right side triangle at the end of tier one – at that time you will have 19 stitches on your needle. There will be three sections of 6 stitches plus one which is the start of the three diamonds in Tier 2.

When you are getting close to starting the bind off triangles keep in mind that the last section you will knit before starting the bind off is Tier 1, not tier 2.

To create a gap free seam, count the stitches you intend to pick up from the bottom before you began to pick up. Most gaps are caused when you pick up at extra stitch at the top and skip the most important stitch which is at the bottom.

Once you do a few section repeats it will all seem much easier for you. You won’t need to count each row as the pattern construction and logic will become very clear for you. Don’t give up if you feel like it’s too “thought intensive” at first. Entrelac is fabulous mindless knitting once you get the hang of it. ;^)

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