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first tunisian entrelac lap gan

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I am so glad I learnt this techinque!

I love it! even if the last rounds seem to take for ever!:hook

 

a big thank you to beth in texas on you tube, I used her tutorials to work

this lapgan up, its being donated to a nursing home.

 

 

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Beautiful!

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very pretty...love the colors!!

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I love it!! I think that's going to be my next project after I finish this ridiculous tunisian picture-graph than I'm doing :D Thanks for sharing about the tutorial as well!! :)

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Wowzers..thats beautiful !!!:clap

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that is amazing

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Wow what a beautiful lap ghan love the colors too.

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Very pretty! Anything done in rounds gets bad at the end, doesn't it?

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Very nice afghan! This is perfect for a man.

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Nice job. Enterlac is one of my favorites I have even made a pair of socks using this technique.

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That is very nice.

I didn't know that you can also crochet entrelac. I'm knitting a sweater this moment with entrelac.

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This is a superb piece if I do say so myself. You did an amazing job coordinating the colors. Also, thank you for posting this and getting ME interested in entrelac crochet! I am experimenting with it right now.

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This is a superb piece if I do say so myself. You did an amazing job coordinating the colors. Also, thank you for posting this and getting ME interested in entrelac crochet! I am experimenting with it right now.

thanks everyone...Its such a great technique! :)

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This is beautiful. I love your color combo, so soft looking. You did a really good job.

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Wow! I am gonna have to learn to make this! You did an amazing job :)

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WOW!! So hard to believe that's tunisian..looks like a quilt!! I love the colors!!

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