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Mary • 2 years ago

Crochet tutorial with pictures... How to Tunisian Crochet. #crochet

  • Leah Lowe
    Leah Lowe • 2 years ago

    I can't find tunisian crochet hooks. Where can I get them?

  • Mary
    Mary • 2 years ago

    I got mine at Micheals. You can also try Joann fabrics or online. They can be hard to find. Especially in different sizes.

  • Janet Lanier
    Janet Lanier • 2 years ago

    Try looking for afghan hooks

  • Linda Hoffland
    Linda Hoffland • 2 years ago

    I call this afghan stitch, very easy to do.

  • Kay Moman
    Kay Moman • 2 years ago

    Found them at hobby lobby

  • Tara Byle
    Tara Byle • 2 years ago

    my tunisian crochet is always so tight, any tips?

  • Mary
    Mary • 2 years ago

    I had trouble with tight stitches and curling I. The beginning. I suggest keeping your fingers nice and relaxed. Also when doing the starting chain, either use a bigger size hook or work extra loose. When doing the actual stitches, try giving them an extra tug when you are pulling up a loop. It will take practice but just try to relax your hands and work loosely.

  • Ashley Roman
    Ashley Roman • 2 years ago

    there crochet hooks they have no specific name, also this particular stitch likes to curl, if you put a border on it, it will help it from curling

  • BlondeOnTheEdge
    BlondeOnTheEdge • 2 years ago

    I couldn't find them either, Leah Lowe. I made my own using dowel rods. They work great!

  • Nauseated Kitty
    Nauseated Kitty • 2 years ago

    Also known as the afghan stitch.

  • Kristine Hyde
    Kristine Hyde • 2 years ago

    another tip I've found to help with tightness and curling is to chain 1 after you've pulled your yarn through the "bar." It REALLY helps the tension and curling...

  • Tracey Brown
    Tracey Brown • 2 years ago

    You can get the hooks at Michael's, Joanns, and even Walmart! I just learned how to do this recently and am LOVING it!!!!!

  • Roberta Brecheen
    Roberta Brecheen • 2 years ago

    I love this stitch. I just made two potholder sofast. I usually lose count of my stitches. With this one it is so easy.

  • Bebe McGuffey-Runyon
    Bebe McGuffey-Runyon • 2 years ago

    This made it easy for me to learn, except I made my first row to tight and it's curling up on me. How can I loosen it? Or should I just redo the foundation?

  • LuAnn Hawkins VanBoven

    So Mary - If you do 15 for your chain, and make it long enough to be the width of a baby blanket, then end it, would you just keep keep crocheting strips until you have enough for the length of the blanket and then stitch them together? Just started crocheting! Thanks!