Tunisian Crochet is a must-try for all crocheters. With a variety of stitches and techniques, the resulting pieces are sturdy, warm and versatile. The pieces in this collection use the following stitches: Tunisian Smock Stitch, Tunisian Double Stitch, Front Post Tunisian Double Stitch, Tunisian Simple Stitch, Tunisian Reverse Stitch, Tunisian Full Stitch and the Tunisian Purl Stitch. There is so much variety when it comes to Tunisian Crochet and this collection highlights all of the strengths of these unique stitches.
Featuring an asymmetrical triangle shape, Tunisian crochet stitches and a bold pop of color, this shawl is definitely going to make your need-to-crochet list. To style, simply drape the short side on one shoulder and wrap the longer end around your neck. This beauty pairs perfectly with a jean jacket or your favorite lightweight sweater. Read More
This cozy creation features a series of triples: three colors and three different tunisian stitches. Mix any three colors of worsted weight yarn to create this fall staple and enjoy crocheting with three different types of Tunisian stitches: double stitch, simple stitch and front post double stitch. Read More
Cosmetics, toiletries, works in progress, carry it all in this cute cosmetic bag. Featuring a flat bottom, tapered sides, and zipper closure, this bag makes the ideal accessory, whether you’re on the go or just in need of storage. Tunisian stitches mix seamlessly with traditional crochet to create a unique, basketweave texture. Plus, with a maximum of seven loops on the hook at any time, you don’t even need a Tunisian hook to make it! Read More
The classic beanie gets an update with this chic pattern featuring the Tunisian full stitch. Worked in the round, this is the perfect pattern to master a new skill. With no shaping, a cute rolled brim and a gorgeous texture, there’s no reason not to make this hat for your collection. Read More
Add some beauty to your home with this classic crochet pillow. Create a dramatic visual effect easily by varying two different types of stitches. We promise, it’s not as complicated as it looks! Plus, this pillow requires no shaping, which means it’s the perfect opportunity to practice a new stitch with success. Read More