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  • Help With Lattice Hat Pattern by Kristin Omdahl

    I purchased this pattern and was ready to start on the hat, but for some reason my wedges are not turning out right. Could someone send me in the right direction for making wedges? I have searched online for videos/tutorials, but to no avail. ~Thanks In Advance~
    Posted to Interweave Crochet by bredwine on Oct 9, 2014
  • Why I Picked My Needles Back Up

    The double pointed needles kept falling out; the stitches seemed to either be too loose or too tight; and the simple knit stitch was just too plain for me. When I was about 12 my mother decided to try and teach me to knit a pair of mittens. I finished both mittens, but I put away the knitting needles...
    Posted to Crochet Daily by Toni Rexroat on Oct 6, 2014
    Filed under: Crochet Techniques, Crochet Stitches, Tunisian Crochet, Crochet
  • Building a Crochet Afghan Square by Square

    Whether you are designing a full size afghan or a much smaller crochet baby blanket, the project might seem intimidating. That is a lot of crochet. My advice, work block by block. Some of my favorite crochet afghans are creating by seaming together individual squares. You can use this method to create...
    Posted to Crochet Daily by Toni Rexroat on Oct 2, 2014
    Filed under: How To Crochet, Crochet Techniques, Crochet Stitches, Tunisian Crochet, Baby Crochet Patterns, Crochet Patterns, Crochet Blankets, Crochet
  • Pumpkin Spice Crochet

    Tis the season, no not the season to be jolly, the season of pumpkin. Pumpkin cookies, pumpkin pie, pumpkin lattes, pumpkin bread, the leaves are turning orange and the pumpkin snacks are back. As I eat my own chocolate chip pumpkin cookies, I have to say I am welcoming the season with open arms. Pumpkin...
    Posted to Crochet Daily by Toni Rexroat on Oct 1, 2014
    Filed under: Crochet Techniques, Crochet Stitches, Tunisian Crochet, Crochet Socks, Crochet
  • Tapestry Crochet for Gorgeous Colorwork

    My first adventure into crochet colorwork, outside of simple stripes, was tapestry crochet. Probably one of the easiest colorwork techniques, tapestry crochet is perfect for geometric designs that really stand out. To create the gorgeous designs of tapestry crochet, you will carry your unused yarn across...
    Posted to How to Crochet by Toni Rexroat on Sep 11, 2014
    Filed under: Crochet Stitches, Crochet Techniques, Tunisian Crochet, Crochet Lace, Crochet Me, Crochet
  • You Can Do It! Two-Color Tunisian Crochet In-the-Round

    I realize how daunting Two-Color Tunisian Crochet In-the-Round must sound to someone who has little to no experience with Tunisian crochet. Images of tangled strands of yarn attached to various parts of your project; long, double ended hooks; two colors at one time; I can see where this is going in your...
    Posted to How to Crochet by LindsaySmith on Sep 10, 2014
    Filed under: How To Crochet, Crochet Stitches, Crochet Techniques, Tunisian Crochet, Crochet
  • Work Your Tunisian Colorwork in the Round

    Many Tunisian stitches , including Tunisian knit stitch, create a thick, solid, and warm fabric that is perfect for full-coverage garments and warm winter accessories. Tunisian crochet also has more elasticity than regular crochet stitches, making it the perfect option for projects that need extra stretch...
    Posted to How to Crochet by Toni Rexroat on Aug 11, 2014
    Filed under: How To Crochet, Crochet Stitches, Crochet Techniques, Tunisian Crochet, Crochet Patterns, Crochet Hats, Crochet
  • Tunisian Crochet Help!!!!!

    Hi guys!!! Woot for my first post!!! So, I've been trying to make a blanket using a cabled afghan hook. On my return pass my loops get stuck on the cable so I have to constantly stop and keep pushing the rest of the loops up the cable. does anyone have any tips to stop this? Thanks!!!!!
    Posted to How do I? by CrochetMal on Aug 3, 2014
  • Journey Through the Maze Vest

    Vashti Braha's Maze Vest from the Summer 2014 issue of Interweave Crochet uses an extended Tunisian stitch and two different weights of yarn to achieve its airy texture. Here's how to manage two yarns on a double-ended hook, shown in her Tunisian extended knit stitch and filet return pass. I'm...
    Posted to Inside Interweave Crochet by Sarah Read on Jun 3, 2014
    Filed under: Crochet Stitches, Tunisian crochet, Crochet, Crochet Tops
  • Re: The Official Chevron Cowl CAL

    Well, I am ALMOST Done - I am letting it "rest" before lite blocking and slip stitching the seam. The bottom rows are where I added the speciality yarn. the woo/ silk blend is so close in color to the the super wash merino that you may not be able to discern it. I did put in to frame the row...
    Posted to Crochet-Alongs by sskeller on Jun 2, 2014
  • equipoise beret by lily chin

    Hi Does any one have a you tube on how to do this hat by lily chin, I'm having a real hard time understanding the directions. Thanks Sassy
    Posted to How do I? by sassyww on Feb 13, 2014
  • Re: Question about smocked elegance blanket from "Unexpected Afghans"

    i have the same problem. Would love some advice!
    Posted to Interweave Crochet by jcorinadesigns on Nov 17, 2013
  • Cirque Cardigan

    Worked seamlessly from the top down, this cardigan features a Tunisian textured lace stitch that creates a stretchy, figure-flattering fabric. DESIGNER Dora Ohrenstein FINISHED SIZE 36.5 (41, 45.5, 50, 54.5)" bust circumference (buttoned). Garment shown measures 36.5", modeled with 3"...
    Posted to Patterns by Lindsay Jarvis on Nov 15, 2013
    Filed under: lace, Interweave Crochet, Dora Ohrenstein, cardigan, Tunisian Crochet, Buttons, Interweave Crochet Winter, Interweave Crochet Winter 2014
  • Modern Computer Device Covers

    There are lot of iPads, Tablets, Notebooks and smart phones hitting the market nowadays. There are also a whole mess (plethora) of covers on sale from market stalls to hypermarkets and IT businesses. I recently bought a tablet that was cheap (always good) and (alas) not a big name. The cover for this...
    Posted to Crochet Chat by Mickypoo on Aug 31, 2013
  • Re: An Introduction to Tunisian Crochet

    How do you skip stitches in tunisian crochet
    Posted to Articles by EJStone on Jan 30, 2013
  • Argyle Hat

    Take double-ended crochet to the next level to create this argyle crochet hat. Designer: Lily Chin Finished Sizes : 18 (21, 24)" circumference to fit child (adult small, adult large). 6¼ (7, 7¾)" long. Yarn: Bijou Spun Bijou Bliss by Bijou Basin Ranch (50% yak down, 50% cormo...
    Posted to Patterns by Toni Rexroat on Oct 19, 2012
    Filed under: Interweave Crochet, hat, colorwork, accessory, accessories, Lily M. Chin, Tunisian Crochet in the Round, Tunisian Crochet, Interweave Crochet Accessories 2012
  • Bitmap Cowl

    Tunisian crochet in the round created a terrific interplay of two related but contrasting colors in this cowl. Designer: Lily Chin Finished Size: 24" neck circumference and 10" long. Yarn: The Verdant Gryphon Bugga! (70% superwash merino, 20% cashmere, 10% nylon; 412 yd [378 m]/4 oz [114 g...
    Posted to Patterns by Toni Rexroat on Oct 19, 2012
    Filed under: Interweave Crochet, accessory, accessories, Lily M. Chin, Tunisian Crochet in the Round, Tunisian Crochet, Cowl, Interweave Crochet Accessories 2012
  • 7 Free Tunisian Crochet Patterns + Tunisian Crochet Stitches

    Summer's Day Placemats by Kim Guzman The Flip-Flop Floor Pillow by Drianna Mewborn Tunisian Striped Hat by Toni Rexroat Tunisian Ruana by Kristin Omdahl Tunisian Lace Ascot by Ellen K. Gormley Enjoy the beauty of Tunisian crochet with 7 Free Tunisian Crochet Patterns Plus Tips on Basic Tunisian Crochet...
    Posted to Free Crochet Patterns by Toni Rexroat on Sep 19, 2012
    Filed under: hat, scarf, tunisian crochet, Home Decor, Tunisian Simple Stitch, Tunisian Purl Stitch, Pillow
  • Boomerang Scarf

    This self-fringed crochet shawl is worked in a Tunisian crochet stitches that increase and decrease each row to create a bias, then reverses for the other side to create a shoulder-hugging shawl that is happy with a dress or jeans. Designer: Lily Chin Finished Size: 8" wide and 50" long without...
    Posted to Patterns by Toni Rexroat on Feb 28, 2012
    Filed under: Interweave Crochet, scarf, Tunisian Crochet, Interweave Crochet Spring 2012, Shawlette
  • Barn Jacket

    Like a mug of thick hot chocolate, this Tunisian jacket will see you through your chores on the coldest of days. A textured Tunisian stitch shapes the body, with a Tunisian knit-stitch collar. Work each piece separately or join as you go. Designer: Patsy Harbor Finished Size: 38 (42, 46, 50, 54)"...
    Posted to Patterns by Toni Rexroat on Dec 5, 2011
    Filed under: Interweave Crochet, Tunisian knit stitch, jacket, Tunisian Crochet, Interweave Crochet Winter 2011, Tunisian Cluster Stitch
  • Braided Tunisian

    This afghan square is created mainly in the Tunisian simple stitch, with three colors of yarn. (Bernat Cotton Tots Dollhouse, Strawberry and Pretty in Pink) The braid consists of four separate sections, which were then rejoined into one wide Tunisian simple stitch. The spaces on the sides of the braid...
    Posted to Chain Reaction Afghan Project - Submissions by dlevang on Aug 3, 2010
    Filed under: pink, braid, cotton yarn, tunisian crochet
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