3 Tunisian Crochet Stitches Everyone Should Know

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In this episode of B.Hooked TV you’ll hear about the three most basic Tunisian crochet stitches, the simple stitch, the Tunisian knit stitch and the full stitch and how to get started with each.

There isn’t just one Tunisian stitch, there are many.

Think of Tunisian crochet like it’s own craft; a hybrid between knitting and crochet. With it you can create stitches that look like crochet, and you can create stitches that look like knitting, but you can also create completely unique stitches. If you already know how to crochet learning Tunisian crochet is as easy as learning a new stitch. Try making a swatch for all three stitches in this episode and you’ll have a solid foundation to move into your first Tunisian crochet project.

After you’re finished watching this episode, we recommend you have a look at this episode of B.Hooked TV to learn four ways to reduce the Tunisian crochet curling Brittany talked about in this episode. Curling will happen naturally with Tunisian crochet but there are a few things you can do to reduce or eliminate it completely so don’t let that hold you back from trying Tunisian crochet!

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Some topics are best explained one-on-one. Since Brittany can’t be right there with you, B.Hooked TV is the next best thing. You’ll find helpful tips for improving your crochet and knitting skills in a relaxed and conversational way. It’s not your everyday tutorial but we try to keep them fun, interesting and educational.

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