I am off to North Wales next month to teach a Tunisian crochet workshop (we will also be having a trunk show on Saturday & Sunday – come and see our self-striping sock yarns!) The workshop is being held at ‘Find me Knitting‘, in Bettws-y-coed. You can find all the details here.
Come and learn the basics of Tunisian crochet! The workshop is suitable for beginners and although some knitting or crochet experience will help, it isn’t essential.
Although it has a reputation for producing rather dense fabric, you can make more delicate, lacey items as well. Tunisian crochet is great fun and when you work with thicker yarns, your pieces will work up really quickly!
My new Childrey Cowl pattern has been designed with beginner’s in mind and would make an ideal first project. I have included links to videos to help you with all the stitches and techniques and we will also have a kit available next month in our Etsy shop.
If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, check out my Alum Bay Shawl. Inspired by the different layers found in rock formations, a variety of Tunisian stitches are worked in one or two colours to create different textures and interesting patterning. The pattern also includes links to tutorial videos for all the stitches used. We sell kits for this pattern and they will be available on our Etsy shop next month.
Tunisian crochet is brilliant for making blankets, especially multi-coloured designs (like my Pencil Box Blanket shown below):
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Thank you so much for your video on YouTube. I was struggling with the left edge of my Tunisian Full Stitch and no other video made any sense of what you’re supposed to do at the end of the row. They all make it look easy and apparently state the correct method, but it wasn’t until your demonstration with the marker that it finally clicked. I still don’t think I could end it properly without the marker in place even knowing what I’m supposed to do. My edges are perfect now, thanks to you 🙂
Thank you! So pleased to hear you found the video useful (sorry I didn’t reply before – somehow managed to miss your comment!)