We musn't let the hand knitters have a monopoly on Entrelac, a versatile, three-dimensional and fascinating knitting pattern! It's very practical for machine knitting. This method, which uses short-rowing and a circular hand knitting needle, boils down to a simple, clear routine. Why, after a while, you can sit there like me and listen to an audio book...(just finished The Woman in White, bless those Librivox readers).
On the hi-def DVD, the first order of business is to demonstrate the Entrelac knitting, piece by piece and step by step. Learn how to start Entrelac, learn the two repeating rows, and learn how to finish Entrelac off. But let's not settle for a mere sample, let's have a nice, eye-poppin', roomy tote to flaunt, so here's the additional knitting for that - gussets, handles, edging, and sewing. Finally, at the sewing machine, I show how to make the cotton calico lining with lots of inside pockets. The video is my usual approach - five clumsy thumbs on each hand (if I can machine knit, anyone can) and my usual detailed descriptions, nose-to-the-machine closeups, and breaking everything down into simple steps.
I managed to get the price down to $15! I crammed all the video onto one DVD, and then realized we better have written instructions, so I added this cute widdy-bitty little booklet (12 colorful 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" pages) with the instructions and lots of diagrams.
Shipping cost is reasonable, even for international buyers, and I don't charge extra shipping if you order two items at once. I guess that bears mentioning since I actually have three products now!