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Tunisian No curl

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    Tunisian No curl

    I thought you might like to see a method for eliminating - and I do mean eliminating - the curl when working TSS.

    I did a 2" border of alternating tss with t purl offsetting each row worked. When the border was done, I kept the first 8 and last 8 stitches in that same pattern (approximately 2" each side.) Please don't look too closely as I made some errors but didn't think it worth my time to go back and fix them as they will get lost in the finished piece.

    This is a scrap blanket (wip) Click image for larger version

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    #2
    Thanks, that's very handy to know. Beautiful work.

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      #3
      Thanks for sharing, I'm just starting to do Tunisian crochet.

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        #4
        Just posted pix of finished blanket (not blocked) but in the wrong thread...Please see Tunisian 10 stitch if you want to see the end result. And even without blocking it lies very flat!
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          #5
          That’s beautiful. I’m investigating double-ended Tunisian, which is suppose see to eliminate the curl as well.

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