I learned Entrelac. Now What?
After several hours, I created a long rectangle, knitted with the Entrelac technique, but had no idea what I wanted to make out of it.
If you missed the "How To" post for Entrelac, click here.
So I did what any 2018 crafter would do...I turned to social media for suggestions.
Most people responding suggested some type of wearable art.
With the guidance of our Crafty Diva, Michelle, I decided to sew the rectangle together on one side, leaving a hole for my head, and make a poncho.
OF COURSE I had intentions of taking a photo of that...but it just didn't look or feel right on me. I had to have my thyroid removed a few years ago and now the skin on my neck is so sensitive I just can't let anything touch it.
I decided to take apart what I had sewn together, and to knit a small rectangle for the sewn shoulder so the neck hole would be more forgiving.
ONCE AGAIN after I sewed that part in I didn't take a photo, and it still didn't feel finished. I knew it was going to be asymmetrical...and wanted it to be...but I wasn't happy yet...