Introduction to Tunisian Crochet

Toni Rexroat introduces you to the various names for Tunisian crochet and the tools needed to get started. For more great resources on Tunisian crochet check out these products.

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15 thoughts on “Introduction to Tunisian Crochet

  1. What was the purpose of the video?  Thank God I have some experience in the technique.  But for those who have no experience, the video is very vague. 

    I agree, the video is a tease!

  2. I thought it was a tease too until I went back and read the text. Click the word “videos” in the text right above the video screen on the e-mail. They have lots of other Tunisian Crochet videos posted there, and you can see the stitch. What a great resource!

  3. I liked this video…specially since it gave information about various hooks. It would have been better if more information about hooks like various sizes in which they are available, where they are available and what they cost, it would be more helpful.



  4. I’m thinking this is just an introduction installment showing the different hooks that can be used with tunisian crochet…it was helpful to me to know that now I for sure have the correct tools to use.

  5. This introduction was way to short & simple. I was looking for one or two sample stitches to be shown. The advertising took up too much time & space. On a scale of 1 – 10 with 10 being the top, I would rate this a 2 1/2.

  6. Thank you very much for the info, I also checked out the videos with the different stitches, what a wonderful help to all us crochet lovers, keep it up,I’m a bi fan.