Author: TunisianCrochet

Honeycomb Stitch

If you look through a lot of my patterns on Ravelry, you will see that I like to use the honeycomb stitch. When you combine offset rows of Tss and Tps, the resulting pattern looks like the cells in a honeycomb. It’s easy to do and I love the way it looks. Here are some […]

Rainbow Kitten Hat

Winter is a dreary, grey time of the year. If you live up here in the Frozen North, then it’s also dark early or not light at all, and bitterly cold. As I write this (Sunday, the 17th of January) it is -27 Celcius with a wind chill factor that brings the temperature down even […]

Hooded Husky Cowl

  1 skein James C. Brett Marble Chunky, in MC41, 200g/312m small amount of beige, cream, or light coloured yarn. Red Heart’s Supersaver, Aran Fleck is used in this project. 9.0mm tunisian hook with a long cable 8.0mm tunisian hook (a regular hook can be substituted) 6.0mm tunisian hook (a regular hook can be substituted) […]

Magic Loop Tutorial

Magic Loop knitting is a way of knitting in the round using a knitting needle with a very long cable. Tunisian crochet can be worked in a very similar way, using a hook with a very long cable. It looks complicated but it is quick and easy to do. Once you’ve done a couple of […]

Unforgettable Lotus Motif

I love Red Heart’s Unforgettable self-striping yarn. Yes, I know, it’s “sticky” and that makes it an absolute pain in the butt to unravel if you have to rip back, but it’s the first self-striping yarn whose repeats and colours are gorgeous, and that is consistently available when I want it, since Bernat discontinued Mosaic. […]

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