Wednesday, April 27, 2011

How to Make the Crochet Entrelac Stitch Video Tutorial

How to Make the Crochet Entrelac Stitch Video Tutorial

18 comments:

  1. I have been wanting to give this a go for some time - I will actually do it now - THANKS!

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  2. Thanks, Theresa for a wonderful tutorial. I really like this pattern and hope to try my hand at it as soon as I'm finished with a couple other projects I have going on.

    I wanted to ask you if you've ever tried your hand at turkish crochet oya similar to this? http://www.turkishcrochet.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/pic00991.jpg

    There is one video I found on youtube, but there's no instruction that goes with it and she doesn't go slow like you do. That's one reason we all appreciate your videos. If you do know how to do this I hope that sometime soon you'll do a video tutorial on it. Here's the one on youtube. It's edging for a scarf. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLXVJz__nMU Thanks again!

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  3. GRACIAS TERESA,MUCHISIMAS GRACIAS PUES JUSTO LO QUE ESTABA ESPERANDO.FELICITACIONES Y EXITOS.

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  4. very nice ~ is there a written tutorial for this pattern ?

    thank u

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  5. very nice ~ do u have a written tutorial for this pattern ?

    thank u

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  6. Thank you so much!! Many Blessings and smiles!

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  7. Great blog! I`ve just started my own Crocheting Instructions website and would love to know what you think. Please check it out at http://www.crochetinginstructions.org and give me your opinion.

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  8. This is stunning. wow, entrelac Tunisian crochet and without a regular crochet hook! Thank you for sharing. I will be so happy to make a scarf of this, this Autumn.

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  9. Thanks, I hope I can make a blanket with this pattern. It is beautiful.

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  10. Hi Teresa,
    I really need yr help on this project that I am trying to make, It is the green and brown fold down slpprs, made by Nequibah from u.tube. On her tut she is making a pair for a size 6/7 ladies and I would like to make a pair for a sz 10/11 mens. I am having problems with the amount of chains that I started of with which was 26, ( for the sole) the problem is when I am doing the actual slpr the dec sts is what I cant figure out, for the amount of rounds that she does. With the extra amount of sts I have, it doesn`t add up. And my slipper just does not look like hers. I am asking this b/c your tut are so easy to follow. I just made yr adult slpprs for my daughter and she loves them. Thank you so much for taking the time to show and share your wonderful talent with us. May god bless you always. I wanted to send this thru face book, and have sent a frnd req. My email address is correiamo@hotmail.com and the site for the fold dwn slpprs is on Nequibah’s. so once again can you pls help me. My son’s bday is coming up next month and I would really like to make these for him. I am a beginner and I guess that’s why I can’t follow of figure it out. Would really appreciate your help.

    Thank you
    Maureen

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  11. Thank you for being sharing your gift with us.

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  12. Hi Teresa, I love this stitch, can you make the blocks bigger, am thinking around 20 stitches?

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  13. @Annie - Yes, you can make the squares 20 stitches long.

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  14. Thanks Teresa. I have just made a pair of Converse, from your patterns...

    Great side. I shall put you in my bloglist, and will come back again.

    Ewa in the north part of Sweden

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  15. Thank you Teresa. Your tutorial was very through and informative. It was easy to follow and I appreciate the time that you took to help others to do the Crochet Entrelac Stitch. Many Thanks as I would love to do a shawl. Now I can. Thanks again.
    CroknitKris.

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  16. Many thanks Teresa. You have helped me to learn a new stitch in a craft that I love. Now I will be able to do a shawl I saw in the Interweave CrochetMe Magazine. Your tutorial on the Crochet Entrelac stitch was very informative and easy to follow. Thanks again for taking the time to help others to learn this stitch. CroKnitKris

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  17. thanks, teresa, for posting this tutorial. i'd tried to locate a tutorial for entrelac crochet and was only able to find picture tutorials, but not a video tutorial, and am so grateful that you posted this. i think that this would make a beautiful baby blanket. thanks!

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