Tunisian Crochet Stitch You Should Learn

Let’s look at a simple Tunisian crochet stitch that you can do in just a few steps. It’s very useful and creates a one-of-a-kind pattern.

TUNISIAN CROCHET STITCH

Tunisian crochet is a distinct subset of crochet that combines crochet and knitting techniques. To complete this pattern, simply repeat the steps. This Tunisian crochet stitch is very simple to learn. It can be used to make Afghans, pillows, and scarves, among other things.

Please read for the tunisian crochet stitch pattern and video tutorial.

Components

Tunisian crochet stitch

To make this tunisian crochet stitch, you’ll need a 3 mm crochet hook and DK weight yarn.

Crochet and knitting supplies include:

Lion Brand Yarn, Clover Crochet Hook, Interchangeable Knitting Needles, Clover Needle Set, Clover Lock Ring Markers, Stainless Steel Sewing Scissors, Knitting Blocking Mats, and this wonderful Handheld Steamer.

Tunisian Crochet

Tunisian Crochet Stitch Pattern

  1. Begin with 17 chains and make a slip knot.
  2. Insert hook into first chain, pull up a loop and keep on hook, insert hook into next chain, pull up a loop and keep on hook, and so on until all loops are on the hook. [You have 17 loops on your hook at this point]
  3. Yarn over and pull through 2 loops, yarn over and pull through 2 loops, and so on until you reach the end. [At this point, you have one loop on your hook]
  4. Insert hook into the next two vertical loops, pull up a loop and keep on hook, yarn over hook, repeat across until you reach the last two loops, insert hook into the next one, pull up a loop and keep on hook, insert hook into the last one, pull up a loop and keep on hook, insert hook into the last one, pull up a loop, keep on hook [You have 17 loops on your hook at this point]
  5. Go through step 3 again.
  6. Insert hook in first vertical loop, pull up a loop and keep on hook, yarn over hook, insert hook in next two vertical loops, pull up a loop, keep on hook, yarn over hook, repeat across until you reach the last loop, insert hook in last one, pull up a loop, keep on hook [you should now have 17 loops on your hook]
  7. Go through step 3 again.
  8. Repeat steps 4–7 until the desired length is reached.

Video Tunisian Crochet Stitch

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