Do you want to learn how to crochet a Entrelac Stitch? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.

    Hi there, here at Crochet fashion you will find great tutorials, and I have a perfect Entrelac Stitch for you today, it’s a fast and easy tutorial, that was created by Ehow.


    Tunisian crochet is a unique crochet technique that is almost a combination of both knitting and crocheting this is a combination of waffle-like stitch with a distinct right side (the smooth side and the bumpy side. This is not a beginner pattern, you can use a lot of color changes and many different shapes can be created and built.

    tunisian stitch

    With this Entrelac technique these stitches are very tight and compact so it’s ideal for pillows blankets scarves or everything else you can imagine, but remember that for the Tunisian stitch we need a longer hook, so that all the stitches fit properly. I don’t recommend you use an ergonomic hook for this project. Because we make one slip stitch.

    You can use an elongated hook, and linked stitches in a interdependence on each other, much like knitting. However, like crochet, you use a hook to loop and connect the stitches together.


    See the FREE written pattern.  You can follow the step by step with clear instructions and photos.

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    But if you are that type of person, who likes to follow the creation process in detail. We have a video tutorial from@CrochetLover for you with all step by step in 16 minutes.


    The video start teaching you about the many chain that you can create.

         “We begin by making as many chains as we want for our little bass square, remember that each square needs to fit in our hook ,wi’ll make 10 chains and we’ll call this number X. You can make as many as you want for the width of your base square for the interlac.

    Now we’ll start going back from the second chain and yarn over in each chain available, just yarn over chain by chain and keep all those loops on the hook. That’s why this square can’t be too big because we would not be able to fit it in a normal hook.

    In the final chain we should have the same number X of loops which for us is 10. We’ll go back on this we pull through the first loop and after this we’ll pull through two at a time. Two to another two and so on until we get to the other side, this is our row of Tunisian stitch looks.”

    ENTRELAC stitch

    So far have you liked the clear instructions? What the full tutorial below!

    Thanks to @CrochetLovers an @EHow for the article inspiration and featured image.

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