My best-selling Entrechat pattern is now available in a book, 101 One-skein Wonders for Babies, which you can find in any good bookstore along with the other books in the series.
Such a brilliant idea to use up that stash! The other 100 designs that are included in the book are super adorable, and really quick knits, so you should definitely check out the book before you get started on your holiday knitting 😉
©Geneve Hoffman Photography
It’s so much fun to see this pattern, one of my favorites, in print, and I think they did such a great job with the photoshoot. Could the little model be any cuter? Those cheeks!
As always, to see more of my designs, swing by my Ravelry store!
Since I released my Entrechat pattern almost two years ago, I can’t count the number of requests I’ve received to come up with an adult version. At first, I wasn’t quite sure the style would translate well into a “grown-up” garment: something about the cap sleeves, the ruffly peplum and cropped back really screams “little girl:”
So I thought about it a lot and, with a few adjustments and the help of some well-placed short rows, I think I achieved a more grown-up look, without taking away from the original design too much, and of course keeping the same fun and unique construction:
There is an elbow-length sleeve option included in the pattern as well.
Madame Entrechat calls for worsted weight yarn and comes in sizes XS to XXXL. You can find it in my Ravelry, Craftsy, and Etsy stores.