Entrelac is a technique that results in fabric that appears to be woven. Actually, each block/triangle is created separately and simultaneously connected to its neighbor. The self-striping yarn adds some drama. To complement the “woven” front, the back piece was created using the diagonal weave stitch pattern. This particular pattern produces a dense textural fabric with minimal effort. The two pieces are joined with a crochet edge. Using a chunky yarn and large needle, this project progresses quickly.