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Today you will learn step by step how to make this beautiful tunisian crochet knitting technique; It’s easy to do! I hope you like it and so don’t miss our step-by-step video at the end of the page, keep reading this article to the end and don’t miss what we have prepared for you !
Our model consists of 3 and multiples of 3. What you will do, you need to determine the chain numbers accordingly.
The Tunisian crochet stitch is a distinctive crochet technique that creates a fabric with a unique texture and appearance. Here are the basic instructions for the Tunisian Simple Stitch (TSS), which is one of the fundamental stitches in Tunisian crochet:
- Foundation Chain: Start by creating a foundation chain with the desired number of stitches.
- Forward Pass:
- Insert the crochet hook from right to left under the front vertical bar of the first chain.
- Yarn over and pull up a loop. Keep this loop on the hook.
- Repeat the process for each chain across the row, inserting the hook under the front vertical bar of each chain, yarn over, and pull up a loop. You will have a series of loops on your hook.
- Return Pass:
- Yarn over and pull through one loop on the hook (this creates the first chain of the return pass).
- Yarn over again and pull through two loops on the hook. Repeat this step until you have one loop remaining on the hook.
- Repeat: Continue with the forward pass and return pass for each row. The forward pass creates new loops on the hook, and the return pass decreases the number of loops until you’re left with one loop.
Tunisian crochet creates a dense and textured fabric that is similar to knitting. There are variations of Tunisian stitches, including the Tunisian Knit Stitch (TKS), Tunisian Purl Stitch (TPS), and others, each offering different textures and patterns.
Feel free to experiment with different Tunisian stitches to create a variety of textures and patterns in your projects. If you have a specific Tunisian stitch or pattern in mind, let me know, and I can provide more detailed instructions.
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