Created by: zavvy
Project

Tunisian Triangles Pillow Cover

I didn't get the pattern for this from Jennifer's Tunisian Crochet class, but learning how to do Tunisian crochet through her class, I built up my skills to tackle something with as many color changes as this pillow has. I feel more confident to try the larger shawl project that does come with her class. (Pattern from Poppy & Bliss on Etsy.) Winding the bobbins with yarn was the most tedious aspect of the project. It is imperative to have a flat surface to work on to keep everything straight while you're working on it. I did two halves of the pillow and crocheted them together with one round of sc. To keep the color changes from making loose stitches on the front, I tied/knotted all the ends together (weaving in would also work, but it was too much).

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zavvy made Tunisian Triangles Pillow Cover with:

Tunisian Crochet: Revolutions in Color and Style

Online Class

Tunisian Crochet: Revolutions in Color and Style

with Jennifer Hansen

  • 4mm hook
  • DK yarn (Paintbox)
  • Bobbins

Project Description

I didn't get the pattern for this from Jennifer's Tunisian Crochet class, but learning how to do Tunisian crochet through her class, I built up my skills to tackle something with as many color changes as this pillow has. I feel more confident to try the larger shawl project that does come with her class. (Pattern from Poppy & Bliss on Etsy.) Winding the bobbins with yarn was the most tedious aspect of the project. It is imperative to have a flat surface to work on to keep everything straight while you're working on it. I did two halves of the pillow and crocheted them together with one round of sc. To keep the color changes from making loose stitches on the front, I tied/knotted all the ends together (weaving in would also work, but it was too much).

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Skill Level

Intermediate

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