Tunisian crochet is a fun niche of the craft that is easier to learn that you might expect. Here you will find 10 Tunisian crochet resources, some to help you learn different parts of the technique and some patterns to help you practice what you learn.
One of the reasons that people love Tunisian crochet is because you can get a knit-like look using the basics of crochet. There may be no pattern more “knit” than Fair Isle so many people will take an interest in Brenda Bourg’s new crochet book Fair Isle Tunisian Crochet: Step-by-Step Instructions and 16 Colorful Cowls, Sweaters, and More.
Two days ago we took a look at 12 Tunisian crochet patterns and yesterday we looked at 12 Tunisian crochet photos for inspiration. But what if you don’t know this niche of crochet, yet? Here are some resources to help you learn Tunisian crochet.
Yesterday we took a look at 12 Tunisian crochet patterns. Today I thought I’d follow up with a roundup of Tunisian crochet photos that don’t have patterns but just might inspire you to try this crochet technique.
Tunisian crochet is a unique niche of crochet that produces knit-like designs. Many people really love adding Tunisian crochet to their crafty repertoire. If you’re one of them, here are some favorite Tunisian crochet patterns to bookmark.
Sharon Silverman has a new crochet book out called Tunisian Shawls. I showcased the book yesterday over on About.com, where I mentioned that there were four designs that stood out as favorites for me, although I’m a fan of all eight crochet patterns in the collection.
Sharon Silverman has a new book out, Tunisian Crochet for Baby, and I’m thrilled to be a stop on its blog tour. She’s dropping by today with a guest post to tell us all a little bit more about designing with Tunisian crochet.