Tunisian Simple Stitch

Tunisian Simple Stitch

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Tunisian Simple Stitch

Tunisian Simple Stitch

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 it back to the start.

You can use this stitch easily for dishcloths and etc.

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Tunisian Simple Stitch Pattern

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4 thoughts on “Tunisian Simple Stitch”

  1. Rebecca Vista says:

    When I am looking for the instruction for the Tunisian double stitch I can’t find them

    1. Marina King says:

      If you click on the pattern (blue) button it takes you to where you can get the dishcloth pattern which is made using the stitch. There is also a tutorial to show you.

  2. Debbie says:

    When I click on the “CLICK HERE to download the printable instruction sheet.” There isn’t one that I can find. It is a bummer.

  3. Cynthia Crismon says:

    what size hook for the dishcloth in the picture?

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