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Diagonal Tunisian Crochet Stitch Pattern 101712

Diagonal Tunisian Crochet Stitch Pattern 101712
by M. J. Joachim I’ve been working diligently on a few fairly large projects lately. In between, I’ve been fiddling around with different combinations of Tunisian crochet stitches, and writing them down in a notebook. I was fairly certain this one pattern was magnificent – until I tried to replicate it, that is. Thankfully, I have a few patterns already written down in my notebook. Creative Notice: I’m not sure if this has ever been done before. Basic Tunisian Crochet rules apply to this pattern. Cast on: Insert hook in desired space, yarn over, draw up loop Cast off: Yarn over, draw through loop or loops indicated Note: Cast off 1 loop first for edge, then 2 loops at a time until you have 1 loop left on your hook. *The catch for this pattern is alternating the beginning of each new cast on row. You might think of it as pairs of rows to make this easier: Row A: Tunisian knit stitch first, then horizontal bar Row B: Cast off Row C: Horizontal bar stitch first, then Tunisian knit stitch

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