First Panel And "safety Pin" Markers

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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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What advice would you give someone starting this project? I placed markers every 20 stitches which I moved up the work as I worked. If I made a mistake, I new it within the 20 stitches. Saved lots of time and I even used them with the initial chain.



09/23/2013 Flag

I would like to take Tunision Crochet classes. But the wool is a problam, to purchase.

11/18/2013 Flag

Joanne. I used Elsebeth Lavold Silky Wool Yarn - 121 Palomino, 008 moss and 54 Coffee Bean. The purple yarn is beaded Louisa Harding - Grace Hand Beaded - 7 Purple I was able to find the yarn locally but ran out and found what I needed at This makes up really wonderful it is soft and light weight and drapes wonderfully. The down side is that you need about 2 more skeins of the coffee (or what every you use as the edging) and one more of each of the other colors and you need to check your gauge. I had to go up about 2 or 3 sizes to get the gauge correct. I made a panel with 100% pima cotton and Im working on one out of Bamboo. I thought the cotton was heavy. The bamboo is a bit better but neither of these makes up as nice as the Elsebeth Lavold yarn.

11/22/2013 Flag

Very nice!

03/30/2014 Flag

nice colors!

08/10/2014 Flag