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  • Smocked Elegance Baby Blanket

    In my opinion, the key to treasured, well-used baby blankets is cuddliness. This afghan mimics the look of hand-smocked fabric using just a Tunisian crochet hook. The recessed diamonds and purl bumps create a richly textured fabric that is super cuddly and sure to please parents and babies alike. By...
    Posted to Crochet Books by Toni Rexroat on Dec 2, 2014
    Filed under: Baby, Tunisian Crochet, Afghan, Unexpected Afghans
  • Mission Cabled Afghan

    Living with men who have definite opinions on crochet, I decided to design an afghan with my guy in mind. He'll like it because there are no ruffles, lace, or fringe. You'll enjoy the Tunisian crochet twisted stitch, the wide modern crochet cabled border and unusual post stitch corner, as well...
    Posted to Crochet Books by Toni Rexroat on Dec 2, 2014
    Filed under: Cables, Tunisian Crochet, Post Stitch, Afghan, Unexpected Afghans
  • Ariannah Sampler

    For me, Tunisian crochet opens up a world of possibilities that includes a variety of textures and surfaces. All four Tunisian stitch patterns used in this crochet afghan are lovely and quite easy, and they blend beautifully together. When you're done, you can use any of them for a scarf or other...
    Posted to Crochet Books by Toni Rexroat on Dec 2, 2014
    Filed under: Tunisian Crochet, Afghan, Unexpected Afghans, Dora Ohrenstein
  • Hap Blanket

    Modeled after a traditional Shetland hap shawl, this reversible blanket has a center worked on the diagonal in double-ended crochet with a feather-and-fan border interpreted in traditional crochet. Designer: Victoria Hewerdine Thornton Finished Size: 36" × 36". Yarn: Spud and Chloe Sweater...
    Posted to Patterns by Toni Rexroat on Dec 5, 2011
    Filed under: Interweave Crochet, Tunisian simple stitch, easy, afghan, Tunisian Crochet, Interweave Crochet Winter 2011, Blanket, Stripes
  • Megastar Tunisian Crochet Blanket

    Six-pointed star blanket uses the Tunisian Slant Stitch and color changes to create wide stripes which meet to form a burst of color that radiates from the center. The stripes are continued in the surrounding border. Megastar
    Posted to Member Photo Gallery by TurquoizBlue on Nov 8, 2010
    Filed under: crochet, afghan, blanket, tunisian crochet, bedspread, thisiscrochet, megastar, turquoizblue, star
  • Fools the Eye- Mocha Colorway

    Introduction This is Tunisian Crochet & is based upon my original 'Fools the Eye' free pattern. Added PDF download link 2/17/2010 for your convenience. Materials List Substitute Lion Brand Suede- Mocha for Patons SWS Natural Coal Finished Size The study used 1 ball of each yarn- 3 total &...
    Posted to Free Member Patterns by eastender on Feb 8, 2010
    Filed under: Home Decor, afghan, easy!, colorful, cool gift, Wool, winter, pattern, Cat, homespun, fun, colors, single ply, crochet, customizable, blankets, simple, small project, free, tunisian, Tunisian crochet, plush, free patterns, yarn, free pattern, lapghan, Tunisian crochet pattern, cosy, animal, crochet pattern, free crochet pattern, patons sws, Denise hook, N Hook, Afghans & Blankets
  • Fools the Eye- Mocha Colorway

    A free PDF pattern to download is available under the Patterns Tab. It's called 'Fools the Eye - Mocha Colorway'. This is a colorstudy of my first pattern 'Fools the Eye' with the same Paton SWS striping colors & Lion Brand Suede in Mocha. The LB Suede replaces the soild color...
    Posted to Member Photo Gallery by eastender on Feb 8, 2010
    Filed under: stripes, crochet, original, afghan, blanket, pattern, wool, lion brand, easy, colorful, tunisian crochet afghan, patons sws, tunisian, sws, patons, tunisian crochet, free pattern
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