Thursday, October 23, 2008

What you can do with Tunisian Crochet and links too.

this is what you can do with tunisian crochet
This my 13 inch Afghan Hook.

Now this is also a 13 inch Afghan Hook, which has 180 stitches on it. Wow! This belongs to Rachal-G from hgtv.

Pattern Stitch Book.
Tunisian Video

I plan to add Tunisian Free Pattern links to this post, so check back for updates.

Dish cloth pattern. (I find this is a no curl method too)

Please Note:
ALL Row Counts at this web site are done for the Afghan/Tunisian Stitch. ALL of these row counts can be converted for single crochet by reversing every other row to allow for the turning of the afghan.

Tunisian Raglan Jacket

Tunisian Scarflet

Easy Tunisian Scarf


One-Hour Eye Mask

Indigo bag

Ho Ho Ho!


Ocean Waves Dishcloth (Tunisian) . Pretty one.

Crochet Australia. Tunisian Hooks and Pattern Books for sale.

Tunisian Pattern Book, available from crochet Australia.

Crochet Tunisian Classroom

Tunisian Joining: Taking seams from bulky to beautiful

Articles about "tunisian crochet"


Sherryknit said...

Thanks for the links. I have to wait to go to the store to get the needle. But I am going to try this.

cats-rockin-crochet said...

Oh good for you Sherry, can't wait to see it on your blog.

Patrick said...

It is really adictive. So easy and works up so fast. I've been working more on the blanket shown. Also gotta get some more dish cloths made, I think I'll do the one you linked ot.
This is Rachel G from HGTV but it's logged under my DH account.

cats-rockin-crochet said...

Hi Rachel, thanks for stopping by. I'm thinking about making a tunisian top for my self, but I'll have to make the pattern up.

tisme said...

Thanks Cats, will check out some of these pattern links and find one to give it a go.

cats-rockin-crochet said...

tisme, glad you came for a visit, hope you can use one of these links.

Crochet Diva said...

Oh, I LOVE tunisian. I've been working with it quite a bit. I have that 101 book, too. :) Thanks for sharing. I may try that baby sweater. :-D

cats-rockin-crochet said...

Oh Diva, have you blogged about you tunisian crochet? I'm off to see if you have.

Tony Liu said...

I like the sleeping cat. Very interesting.