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hey everybody I’m going to show you how to do entre Lac in the round or seamless entre Lac which is how this cowl that I have here was knit so unlike when you work entre Lac flat like this sample that I have here you can see we have our base triangles are left-leaning rectangles and right-leaning rectangles the bind off triangles and then we have these triangles on each side of the work when you’re working seamless entre like you do not have these side triangles it’s just you still have your base triangles and your bind off triangles and you’re left leaning and right leaning rectangles and you’re still working back and forth but there are no side triangles when you’re working seamless entre Lac a little sample that I’m going to be working on in this video is this right here and I just used some Caron simply soft yarn for this little sample to start out for working entre Lac in the round or seamless entre Lac you’ll be making your base triangles in exactly the same way as you would for working it flat and for my little sample here I have seven triangles and they’re each ten stitches and these are all worked in exactly the same way I’m just going to do my last one really quickly here you would knit one stitch and turn and purl or if you know how to work backwards you can do it that way instead of turning NIT to turn Pearl those same two stitches turn again knit three this time turn and purl those same three turn and knit four so you can see that I’m working one more stitch each time I knit then we are turning to purl you’re working the same number of stitches that you just knit you’ll just continue working in that manner until all of the stitches that you need for your triangle have been worked let’s take a look here at what we have before we start working on our first tier of rectangles now you’ll notice of course that just like when you work entre Lac flat your ends of the triangles are all curled up and it looks like something has gone terribly wrong but if this is what you have this is correct so don’t worry that you’ve done something wrong this is what it’s supposed to look like at this point everything will straighten out once we begin working our rectangles and you may also be wondering if we are knitting entre Lac in the round or seamlessly why are we not joined like you usually are when you’re working in the round don’t worry about that either it’s not supposed to be joined at this point this is exactly what you’re supposed to have right now we will connect everything once we start working our rectangles this is the last base triangle that we worked I am going to turn my work and I’m going to purl back on my last triangle here now if you want to continue with the same yarn that you worked your base triangles in you can do

that if you would like to switch colors you can cut your yarn and grab the new yarn that you want to work your first tier of rectangles in you want to pick up the same number of stitches that you are using in your triangles so for my sample here my triangles are ten stitches each so that means that I want to pick up ten stitches along the side here for my rectangle you can pick up both loops under your edge here you can pick up one loop it’s up to you you want to try to space them out as evenly as you can also it doesn’t have to be absolutely perfect if you have to fudge a little bit at the beginning or maybe down here at the bottom to get in all of these stitches that are used now I’m going to begin picking up along my edge here now you might need to use a crochet hook for this it can be a little tricky I’m going to pick up ten stitches here along my edge pick up and purl okay now once I have my stitches picked up and pearled I’m going to turn around so that I can knit knit those same ten stitches now I’m going to turn my work again and this time I’m going to purl until I have one stitch left and when there’s one stitch left we need to join our rectangle to our next base triangle here so to do that all we’re going to do is purl two together will be purling the last stitch from our rectangle that we’re working on here with the first stitch of the adjacent triangle so just purl those two together and turn and you’ll knit your stitches you turn and again we’re going to purl until there’s only one stitch left okay one stitch left I’m going to purl that together with the next stitch from the base triangle turn and knit so you can see this really is like when you knit entre Lac flat it’s the same thing and you can see already here that we have this is our base triangle the fabric is going in that direction and then we have our rectangle here that’s going in this direction okay this is my last purl row for this rectangle here okay purl two together now let me just turn this over a second before we move on so you can see here is the bottom of these triangles they’re straightening out they are no longer curled twisted or misshapen like the rest of them here the rest of your triangles are going to straighten out just like what we have here okay so that was my last pass on

the purl side once you have pearled together the last stitch the last two stitches you’re not going to turn like we did before tune it back just going to stay on the wrong side of your fabric here now again we need to pick up stitches along this side of that triangle and just like before we’re going to pick up and purl and you’re going to pick up once again the same number of stitches that you’ve been working with for my sample it’s ten so I’m going to pick up and purl ten stitches along my edge just like before turn my work and I’m going to knit those ten stitches now again I’m going to turn and I’m going to purl until I have one stitch left and when there’s one stitch left before you get to that next triangle you’re going to purl it together with the first stitch from the triangle so that will join your rectangle to that triangle just like before so that is the process working the first tier of rectangles picking up and purling along the edges of your base triangles you turn and knit back and then you turn and purl until there’s just one stitch left and then you’ll purl that last stitch together with the next stitch from your base triangle and again you can see already here that our rectangle is going this way and we’re starting to pull and straighten out that next base triangle and it’s going to slant this way so that’s the process that we’re going to use for the rest of our base triangles so I’m going to work on that and then when I come back I will finish up with our first tier of rectangles and show you how to get started on the second tier of rectangles I’m almost to the end of my first tier of rectangles and purling back and when I get to my last stitch I’m going to purl it together with the stitch from my last base triangle here now let’s see what we have here just pull this apart here you can see that all of those base triangles have straightened out they’re no longer curled or twisted okay but we’re still not joined we’re going to do that right now this is the last base triangle that we’re going to work with and this is actually the first one that you knit after you cast on and started making your base triangles so now we’ve got to pick up along this side here I’m going to pick up and purl just like I have been doing I pick up ten stitches this last one is probably going to be a little tricky there we go you now I have my ten

stitches picked up I’m going to turn and I’m going to knit and I’m going to turn again and I’m going to purl just like we have been doing so you get your last stitch here’s my last stitch I’m going to slide this triangle over here and this is how we’re going to join our knitting so that we have a piece of seamless entre Lac it’s purl two together just like we did on all of the others turn nip alright this is my last purl row on this rectangle here’s my last stitch I’m going to purl it together with the last stitch of my final base triangle and at this point I have joined my little piece of entre Lac and the round you can see right here now these gaps that you see like right here this is what we’ll be filling in next we’re going to be doing our left-leaning rectangles so to make our left-leaning rectangles what we’re going to do is we’re going to be picking up along this side of our rectangle I’m going to knit back and then I’m going to cut my blue yarn here and I’m going to switch back to my brown color here to make my left-leaning rectangles now when I did the right leaning rectangles I had to pick up along the edge and purl now to make the left slanting rectangles I’m going to be picking up and knitting along my edge so I have my yarn here changed colors and I’m going to pick up again ten stitches because that’s what I am working with here you will be picking up a different number of stitches depending on what project you’re working on and again just try to space them out as evenly as you can and if you have to use a crochet hook to help you pull up those stitches that’s fine and I think that’s ten let’s see here two four six eight ten okay now that I picked up a knit my ten stitches I am going to turn my work and I’m going to purl those ten stitches I’m going to purl all ten not going to purl two together like we were doing

before I’m going to knit until I get to my last stitch and when I get to my last stitch I’m going to knit two together I’ll be using the last stitch from my left leaning rectangle and the first stitch here from my right leaning rectangle so that’s going to hook those two guys up and that’s how we’re going to work our way back around so just knit two together and then turn and purl all 10 stitches or however many stitches you are working with turn knit to the last stitch when you get to the last stitch you’ll knit two together taking a stitch from the right leaning rectangle that’s right next to us and turn and purl so you can see this is exactly like what you do when you’re knitting entre Lac flat except we don’t have to bother with those fussy triangles on the side we’re still working back and forth but it’s seamless it’s a little bit of knitting magic so again knit two together you’ll just continue working like that until all of these stitches of this right-leaning rectangle here have been eaten up almost done with this first left-leaning rectangle here now once you work your final row it’ll be a knit row for these left-leaning rectangles here’s my knit two together once you work your final knit two together you’re not going to turn to purl back because you are now in position to pick up along the edge to do your next left-leaning rectangle so just like before you want to pick up a knit along your edge here I’m going to pick up ten stitches you’ll pick up however many you are working with all right there are my 10 stitches picked up I’m going to turn and purl 10 and then I’m going to turn and I’m going to I am finishing up my last rectangle here my last left-leaning rectangle and once I finish this I will be ready to do my bind off triangles here’s my last knit two together so I’m all done here let me just show you what we have and before you bind off you will want to have worked a tear of the left-leaning rectangles so this is what we have now after I finished my last left-leaning

rectangle before I want to begin my bind off triangles I’m going to turn my work and purl across all stitches and that’s going to put me in a position to pick up and purl along this edge of my rectangle so that I can work my my first bind off triangle I’m going to pick up and purl ten stitches here my last stitch I’m going to turn I’m going to knit all of my stitches turn I’m going to purl until I get to my last stitch and when I get to my last stitch I’m going to purl two together so it’ll be the last stitch of my bind off triangle and the first stitch of my rectangle here turn this time when I get to my last two stitches I’m going to knit two together turn and I’m going to purl the last stitch and I’ll purl two together turn and it – the last two stitches and then knit two together just going to keep working like that so again I’m going to pick up and purl ten stitches here’s my last stitch you turn and then knit all the way across now when you get to the end here you’ll see you have actually an extra stitch you have eleven because you’re picking up ten but you still have one from your previous triangle working on the last bind off triangle here okay this last purl two together here

will complete my little sample

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