An entrelac piece can be finished one of two ways, either with a finishing row of triangles or rectangles. End triangles give the project a straight edge. End rectangles create a decorative zig-zagged edge.
End rectangles are worked almost identically to the WS rectangles. The difference is that the stitches are bound off when working the final WS row of the end rectangle.
- Introduction - 0:00
- Binding Off Sts on the Final WS Row - 0:54
- Picking Up the First St of the Next Rectangle - 3:45
- Final Notes - 5:07
Pattern: Bon Voyage Shawl
Yarn: Schoppel Edition 3
Needles: skacel by addi Click Turbo Interchangeable Needles
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