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Tunisian Crochet: Revolutions in Color and Style taught by Jennifer Hansen

Made with a tool that's a cross between a crochet hook and a knitting needle, Tunisian crochet adds great texture and beautiful color to Jennifer Hansen's versatile and stylish garment.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Crocheting
Type Clothing
Yarn Weight Super Bulky, Aran (10 ply), Bulky (12 ply), Worsted (10 ply)
Style Casual, Outdoorsy, Funky
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What hooks or other tools did you use? US G-6/4.00mm

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What materials did you use? Handspun yarn I made in the Fluff to Stuff class, handspun I received as a gift from the Maryland Sheep and Wool, Rowan Cocoon yarn, MaggiKnits Aran Tweed, Martha Stewart Alpaca Blend and some other unnamed yarn, a Denise crochet hook.

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What are you most proud of? I followed the steps for the rectangular wrap except for the wavy stitches. I used the reverse technique to make the handspun yarns show prominently. After placing the edge of sc around the border, I decided to make this a sweater vest. Used Tunisian crochet simple stitch for the front and back. Used the instructions provided in the Craftsy Course - Perfect Seamless Crazy Cardigan - to make the button band using a knitted seed stitch around the front.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? enjoy the journey.

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Nice!

10/26/2013 Flag

I love this vest and was examining all the photos to see your steps. Then I looked closely at the toes showing on the last picture. At this moment, I have the same socks on my feet. Okay, this is clearly a project I need to do. Thank you for sharing your creation. It helps me to see how I can acquire random yarns and do something lovely with them.

11/15/2013 Flag

I love those socks! yes, random yarns sometimes make the most interesting pieces. In the course, Jennifer shows how color choices and textures meld into a beautiful fabric. I'm looking forward to seeing your creation.

11/23/2013 Flag

Love your vest!

11/18/2013 Flag

thank you :-)

11/23/2013 Flag

I really love your vest!! Great job :)

11/23/2013 Flag