How to knit the entrelac satchel pattern (video tutorial)

The incredibly unique entrelac satchel pattern is unlike anything you've seen before - made specifically to weave blocks of colors together. The pattern creates a patchwork of different colored yarns that is undeniably beautiful and will leave others wondering how you did it.
This is the perfect pattern for somebody looking to get creative, and colorful - as this pattern allows you to do both. We've seen people create everything from big chunky purses to gorgeous scarves and cozy hats with this beautiful pattern.
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But while this pattern is quite versatile, it does take more time than other patterns because of how intricate it is. The entrelac satchel pattern is made up of interconnected squares which are knit in opposing directions. On top of that, each row is comprised of smaller rows - which actually make up each of these color-blocked squares.
It might be extra effort, but the entrelac satchel is well worth it because in the end you're left with a totally unique piece. And thankfully, we've found an incredibly easy and comprehensive tutorial by Very Pink Knits to teach you this pattern - so check it out below! And be sure to let us know what you think of it in the Facebook comments.
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