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Tunisian crochet/crohook

Posted by bjames (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 27, 08 at 16:54

I just discovered Tunisian crochet, but have seen no information about Tunisian crochet using circular needles. Is this possible and does anyone know of instructions, or of a link to instructions? I ask the same of double ended crochet hooks. Any tutorials about it available? I know that with Tunisian crochet, you work a forward pass, and then a reverse pass, never turning your work. With the double ended hook, you do a row, and then slide the stitches to the opposite end of the hook, and continue. But, I have not seen the results of each to be able to compare. So, what are the differences and what appearances result from each type? How do you choose which technique to do?

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RE: Tunisian crochet/crohook
this is a website that shows how to do the tunisian crochet stitch. I think it is very similiar to the afghan stitch. If you go to google and type in tunisian crochet, you will find many tutorials, and explanations of this crochet stitch. The tunisian crochet stitch looks more woven than a crochet stitch, and the right side is always facing you!!interesting :)
Good Luck with your projects..

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