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    Tunisian Crochet

    If you like Tunisian let's start a thread about it.


    I found this pattern on Pinterest. It's in Russian (I think) but her video is very clear. I liked the stitch and two color work in Tunisian is relatively easy because you can carry the two yarns up the side of the work rather than having loads of ends to weave in.



    https://nazarca.com/tunus-isi-bebek-...eolu-anlatimli
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    I really enjoy using Tunisian crochet in many projects. The simple woven look of simple stitch is so classic.
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    • susanwayne
      susanwayne commented
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      I know what you mean. I did Tunisian years and years ago when it was called the Afghan stitch. My daughter, now the big 50, still has one I did for her! I used to cross stitch on the grid that the TSS made. I'm really enjoying having re-discovered it.

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