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Knitter's Lesson:Tunisian Crochet Scarf


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THIS PHOTO TUTORIAL AND PATTERN BOOKLET IS ALSO AVAILABLE AS A KINDLE DOWNLOAD ON AMAZON.COM AT: Are you a knitter who has never tried Tunisian (Afghan) crochet? Maybe you don't like to crochet, or maybe you never even heard of this technique. Tunisian (Afghan) crochet is a cross between knitting and crochet and it forms a lovely fabric that looks as if it's been woven. It's VERY easy and is quick and fun!! Crocheters have their own established way of doing Tunisian (Afghan) crochet, but since I'm primarily a knitter who is happy to do single crochet and reverse single crochet edges on my knitted projects, I prefer to approach the craft from a knitter's point of view. I know you'll have fun learning this technique and I've worked hard to come up with a little booklet with photos and descriptions that will help you to learn. As with all my patterns, I'm always available to help, so if you have any questions as you work through your lesson and project, contact me. I want you to have fun and be successful. AS AN ADDED BONUS, I've included instructions for making the shawl pin!! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Casting on Yarn over Single crochet GAUGE Approximately 4.5 stitches = 1 inch, but gauge is not crucial to this project. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished scarf is approximately 55 inches long by 7 inches wide, or your desired measurements

Recommended with this pattern

  • Worsted weight yarn (about 400 yards/366 meters)
  • Tunisian (Afghan) crochet hook, size US #10/UK34/6.0 mm
  • Tapestry needle

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Follow my blog at: I am certified as a Level 1 Master Hand Knitter by The Knitting Guild Association. My grandmother Lena taught me to knit when I was 4 years old and told me that a lifetime of knitting pleasure was her legacy to me. I love to design and knit and enter my work in competitions. I've won numerous awards and ribbons over the years and that's a lot of fun, but the greatest pleasure is the actual creative process. I specialize in Beginner and Intermediate level designs that teach new skills and promote excitement for the art that is Knitting. I think new knitters should have the opportunity to work with a well-written design that reinforces their current skills, teaches them new skills and gets a "WOW, you made that?!!?" response when showing off their completed project.