Entrelac is a technique used to create a textured diamond pattern. The resulting fabric looks like woven knitted strips but is actually knitted in one piece. This scarf is the perfect introduction to entrelac and is great for beginners.
Umaro by Brooklyn Tweed, combines a little bit of everything — cables, lace, and knit-purl patterns — to create a veritable symphony of texture. The throw is made using super-bulky yarn, which helps amp up the stitch architecture nicely.
This hat is what I think of when I see the words "stacked shell stitch, but I don't know if that's what it is. I have a hard time seeing the shells in these patterns. Gives it its own, nice look, for sure.