December 9: Entrelac

Entrelac knitting is a lot of fun to do, and this Entrelac Christmas Stocking is a perfect way to learn entrelac knitting or perfect the technique.

1 skein each #732 Cherry, #777 Clay, #782 Pine

1 skein #607 Plush (will make multiple stockings)

1 skein #65

1 skein #8 Saiki (will make multiple stockings)


The basketweave effect of the entrelac makes us think of the lattice top on pies. We have a couple of tasty pie recipes for you to enjoy today!

We want to know what is YOUR favorite pie. Leave a comment on this post – one lucky reader will win a kit to knit this tri-color patchwork stocking! You have until 8am on 12.10.20.

41 Comments

  • Jennifer Elkhair

    09.12.2020 at 08:56 Reply

    Derby pie!

  • Susan Martin

    09.12.2020 at 09:00 Reply

    My favorite pie is Jeff Davis, it’s a chess pie and very yummy.

  • Amy Otto

    09.12.2020 at 09:03 Reply

    Pecan Pie!

  • Shirley Smith

    09.12.2020 at 09:07 Reply

    Cherry pie !

  • Amber Ketchum

    09.12.2020 at 09:08 Reply

    Toss up between pecan pie and cherry pie 🥧

  • Jennifer Smallwood

    09.12.2020 at 09:18 Reply

    I make a chocolate truffle pie that is probably my favorite, but there are very few pies I will say no to.

  • Lesley Rodgers

    09.12.2020 at 09:32 Reply

    Mince pie (fruit not meat) !

  • Lisa Cheney

    09.12.2020 at 09:39 Reply

    Sugar Cream …or most anything with homemade Meringue!!!

  • Anita Roesler

    09.12.2020 at 09:45 Reply

    Apple Pie hands down!!

  • Tammy Adamson

    09.12.2020 at 10:05 Reply

    My favorite pie is chocolate cream!!!

  • Renee Zinck

    09.12.2020 at 10:55 Reply

    Key Lime!

  • Carolyn Munholland

    09.12.2020 at 11:20 Reply

    Coconut cream pie and second pumpkin pie

  • Clarissa Coble

    09.12.2020 at 11:33 Reply

    Coconut cream pie 🥧

  • Linda W.

    09.12.2020 at 11:53 Reply

    Apple pie! ….. and I love that almost all of us named our pies with exclamation points. 🙂

  • Molly King

    09.12.2020 at 12:06 Reply

    I love pecan pie, dutch Apple would come in second. I love entrelac and look forward to making some of those sock. Haven’t done entrelac in the round. Thank you for making my day.

  • Anne Walther

    09.12.2020 at 12:55 Reply

    I have to choose a favorite???? I guess I’d have to say pumpkin with lots of cool whip!!!!!!!

  • Jennifer Walker

    09.12.2020 at 13:17 Reply

    I can remember taking this stocking class!! I believe with was with your Mom! It was one of my favorite things to make. I love coconut cream pie (with whipped cream, NOT meringue).

  • Martha Bourne

    09.12.2020 at 13:19 Reply

    I love chocolate cream pie, but that lemon pie looks really good.

  • Sarah Steele

    09.12.2020 at 13:24 Reply

    Key lime pie! And thanks for the tip on Pillsbury pie crust. I always thought I was a slacker for using it!

  • Pattye McAbee

    09.12.2020 at 13:38 Reply

    Pumpkin!!!!

  • Ellen McKenzie

    09.12.2020 at 13:51 Reply

    Lemon meringue for me (but I scoop off the meringue 🤣)

    • Keely

      10.12.2020 at 08:00 Reply

      Congratulations Ellen – you are the winner!

  • Shawndalynn

    09.12.2020 at 15:16 Reply

    Keylime!

  • Donna Miller

    09.12.2020 at 15:20 Reply

    Pecan pie is hands down a favorite but I also
    Love fruit cobblers! It was such a treat to see some of your mom’s knitting❤️

  • Judy Smith

    09.12.2020 at 15:28 Reply

    Lemon meringue

  • Mary Bourne

    09.12.2020 at 16:29 Reply

    Key lime!

  • KayLynn Davis

    09.12.2020 at 16:38 Reply

    Pumpkin pie and my grandmas recipe for rhubarb pie

  • Marilee Camerer

    09.12.2020 at 16:50 Reply

    Pumpkin 🥧 Pie!!

  • Jennifer WHITE

    09.12.2020 at 19:36 Reply

    My husband makes the best chocolate cream pie! It’s amazing and diary free.

  • Beth Seeliger

    09.12.2020 at 19:43 Reply

    Maple Pecan Pie. No corn syrup for me…the aroma of the maple baking is just devine.

  • Melissa Ryan

    09.12.2020 at 20:12 Reply

    Favorite? The one in front of me at the time….

    All pie. I love all of them, but at Christmas you can’t go wrong with my eggnog pie. It’s an old school, from scratch, stir the egg yolks in the double boiler and use real whipped cream to finish.

    Also, one of the few who loves mince pie…

  • Tammie H.

    09.12.2020 at 21:17 Reply

    Lemon meringue is my favorite, but coconut cream is a close second!

  • Betty Schlotthauer

    09.12.2020 at 22:19 Reply

    My favorite pie was the “Millionaire Pie” that I used to get at “Furr’s Cafeteria” in my youth. It’s a favorite mostly because it was usually a special occasion, probably some family member’s birthday, when we would go to the buffet and pick whatever we wanted to eat. I’ve run across some recipes, but never attempted to make it, mainly because I was afraid of being disappointed in the outcome, if it didn’t taste the same. It was a lot of fluff, but it was the little bits of fruit, nuts, crunch, etc., that were folded in and made the texture just right. The pie crust had a slight sweetness to it also.

  • Sarah Bailey

    09.12.2020 at 23:03 Reply

    Homemade apple pie!

  • Jessica G Harlow

    10.12.2020 at 00:47 Reply

    I prefer a peach cobbler – I hope that counts? If not, then I’ll choose Key Lime pie. 🙂

  • Liliana Holbrook

    10.12.2020 at 01:25 Reply

    Peach pie! With a side of vanilla ice cream

  • Jennifer Dodd

    10.12.2020 at 06:13 Reply

    I really like apple pie but pecan pie is my favorite. In the spring when we have fresh strawberries I do love a fresh strawberry pie.

  • Courtney Wilson

    10.12.2020 at 06:40 Reply

    Lemon Meringue.

  • Amy Steele

    10.12.2020 at 07:22 Reply

    Cherry Pie!

  • Jeanine Blount

    10.12.2020 at 08:10 Reply

    Pecan!

  • Ellen McKenzie

    10.12.2020 at 08:34 Reply

    THANK YOU!!!

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