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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

Friendship bracelet Friendship bracelet – easy stripe form Step-by-step diagram of basic knot associated with friendship bracelets The amount of thread used in bracelets varies depending on the pattern. The smallest pattern, a double chain knot, requires two strings while the candy stripe can have as 3 or more strings depending on the desired thickness. Narcissus Lace Tunisian Stitch To make the Narcissus Lace Tunisian Stitch, you’ll need to get your long afghan hook and make a foundation chain with a multiple of 4 stitches. Step 1: Insert hook in 2nd chain from hook; yarn over, draw up a loop {Repeat Step 1 across row, keeping all loops on your hook.}

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Urban Shells pattern by Katherine Crombie Urban Shells is a quick and easy scarf that is lacy enough to be feminine. Ridges created by post stitches add an interesting and stylish dimension. The two row repeat is easily memorized, but interesting enough to keep you engaged until you finish. Little Christmas socks: the pattern Hello hello hello! How are you today? WWOOOOOOOOW! I am soooo thrilled by all your wonderful comments concerning the little socks:) Thank you so much! I could not make you wait longer so I managed to finish quickly the “how to” so I can share it with you today 50 grilles de carrés au crochet Tutos disponibles sur Otiskyprstu Clic droit pour agrandir - Right click to enlarge Afton's Afghan ---Revised--- Jan. 8 2013 I made a video tutorial and posted it on Youtube It's my first video tutorial so be patient :) ----Revised---- Aug 28 2012 This is the Blanket Grandma Turner (Tyson's Grandma) made for Afton when she was born. Since then I have been trying to figure out the patter because it's so amazing!

Meladora Mesh Stitch - Meladora's Creations Free Crochet Patterns & Tutorials If you haven't subscribed to my video tutorials on YouTube yet please click the subscribe button below Starting the mesh If your working in the round, DC into first st and ch 1, sk a st, dc and ch 1, sk a st (repeat til end of round) If your working in rows, then you will want to skip the first 4 chains and DC in 5th chain from hook. Daisy Crochet Stitch The daisy crochet stitch is a fun and versatile stitch that works up fairly quickly. I’ve made dainty, but very durable, kitchen washcloths with it; I’ve also combined it with the Tunisian stitch to make a winter vest. The daisy crochet stitch would be an excellent choice for baby items, perhaps a charming bib and bonnet set, or soft and cuddly blanket. Once you get the rhythm down, it’s almost as easy as making single crochet stitches, only with a lot more detail and some very fancy stitchery. Foundation Row: Make an uneven number of chain stitches Right Side (1st Row)