The instructions for Quant are pretty good if you want to give it a quick try.
Smooth out only to retain its textural interest–measures 54″ by 20″
…however, an airy/open lace would look beautiful/elegant too
Can you knit? Can you purl? Can you k2tog and p2tog? Can you pick up stitches? Then you can entrelac.
Each 5.25″ by 4″ motif uses roughly 3.86 grams (or 10 yards) of LB Amazing
I like the look. Entrelac isn’t really challenging though. It’s just tedious (especially if you can’t knit backwards.)
Entrelac and Lion Brand Amazing yarns are a match made in heaven. The shawl shown here is worked using three different colorway skeins: Alternating Aurora and Wildflower between tiers; last tier in Ruby solely. I knit the shawls without worrying too much about how the colors combined. I just let its progressions unfold naturally even when I initially disliked the combinations and arrangements that seemed to be developing.
Some of the juxtapositions seemed chaotic and awkward while I was knitting
but when I am finished, these combinations made the finished shawls more vibrant and interesting than they would have been if I’d tried to arrange the colors to make them more even or more obviously pleasing.
The test-knit portion is completed as shown above. I added a tier of semi-scallops, a few garter-rows (both in Size 7 needles) and I-Cord (in Size 10.5 domino needles) to finish the neckline.
The leaf border is another I decided a good enhancement. What do you think?
Happy crafting and keep those creative juices running!