Reading Time: < 1 minute Crochet Tunisian Lace Poncho The Tunisian stitch is not a type stitch I have tried yet, but this Tunisian Lace Poncho is so pretty I just may have to give it a go. The Tunisian Lace Poncho is an intermediate project making it a little more challenging but so very worth it. Designed by Jamie […]read more >
Tunisian is a form of stitchwork. It is a cross between knitting and crochet. Our Tunisian Expert, Dela Wilkins, refers to this as Railway Knitting.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Tunisian Spiral Shawl The Tunisian Spiral Shawl was developed by Dela Wilkins in wondering if the Knit Slash Stripe Shawl could be done in Tunisian. With Tunisian Hook with extension cord in hand, she modified the Yarnspirations pattern to using the Tunisian Knit Stitch. The pattern is really super easy with doing quick identification on […]read more >
Reading Time: 2 minutes 19 Entrelac Crochet Projects Entrelac Crochet is really a favourite of mine but it took me a bit to get the pattern concept into my head. You don’t always need an afghan hook to create Tunisian as many of the Entrelac ideas use a regular crochet hook. As you can see from the projects, the […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute Crochet Jester’s Bag of Entrelac Tricks Introducing a Mikey Original design called the Crochet Jester’s Bag of Entrelac Tricks. It uses Bernat Maker Home Dec yarn as a foundation with two different sizes of regular crochet hooks. This is an entrelac, Tunisian, based project done in a round. There is no slip stitching involved, so […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute Tunisian Simple Stitch The Tunisian Simple Stitch is the basic stitch for crocheters to get started to use. Using this stitch allows you to identify the unique look of Tunisian and how to reverse back to the start. You can use this stitch easily for dishcloths and etc. CLICK HERE to download the printable instruction […]read more >
Reading Time: 2 minutes Tunisian Honeycomb Scarf The Tunisian Honeycomb Stitch is just two easy stitches and makes up a great scarf! Adapted from the Tunisian Honeycomb Blanket, this scarf is sure to please! I used Caron Tea Cakes a bulky yarn to create this sharp looking scarf. This stitch actually does look like a bees honeycomb nest. Due to […]read more >