Archive of ‘Tunisian’ category

I Felt Tunisian

Felting. I love it! Have you heard of it? If there’s one thing I’ve noticed about felting it’s that it strikes fear in some people. People who have unintentionally shrunken clothing items in the wash are a bit timid about the idea of intentionally shrinking something. This is the Felted Duffel from my book, The […] Read more…

Mermaid Isle Scarf

Add this project to your Ravelry favorites HERE. To print or convert to PDF click the green “Print Friendly” button below the pattern. Mermaid Isle Scarf by Kim Guzman © Apr. 2017. All rights reserved. Email to kim@crochetkim.com Please read my Terms of Use Technique: Tunisian Crochet Ice Yarn’s Fine Cotton Cake, 100% cotton, fine […] Read more…

Italian Translation: Entwined Helix Scarf

Add this project to your Ravelry favorites HERE To print or convert to PDF click the green “Print Friendly” button below the pattern. Entwined Helix Scarf designed by Kim Guzman © Sep. 2016 | Translation by Valentina and Veruska (Thank you!) I cannot guarantee the accuracy of this translation. Si prega di leggere le condizioni […] Read more…

Casual Cowl

Add this project to your Ravelry favorites HERE. To print or convert to PDF click the green “Print Friendly” button below the pattern. Casual Cowl by Kim Guzman © Feb. 2017. All rights reserved. Email to kim@crochetkim.com Please read my Terms of Use Technique: Tunisian Crochet In The Round If you have never worked in […] Read more…

Why is Afghan Stitch Now Called Tunisian Crochet?

I see posts everyday asking why Afghan Stitch is now called Tunisian crochet. Most of the time, it’s “Oh, Tunisian crochet? I learned that in the 70s. It’s dense, stiff and bulky. Tunisian crochet is just the new, modern name for it.” After years of research, here is what I’ve found. Tunisian crochet is the […] Read more…

Ladies Cotton Funnelneck Pullover Sweater

Add this project to your Ravelry favorites HERE. To print or convert to PDF click the green “Print Friendly” button below the pattern. Ladies Cotton Funnelneck Pullover Sweater designed by Kim Guzman © Dec. 2016 Email to kim@crochetkim.com Please read my Terms of Use Technique: Tunisian Crochet Sizes Small with Medium, Large and X-Large in […] Read more…

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