If you’ve been following my work for the last 20 years or so, you may have noticed that I like Tunisian crochet. Did my two dozen books on Tunisian crochet patterns give it away? 😉
I found this fabulous design from Brittany of B.Hooked Crochet today and it’s the perfect project to go with this week’s giveaway. Not only is it Tunisian crochet but it’s also one of my favorite yarns, Red Heart Unforgettable.
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If you’re not familiar with this type of crochet, it’s really quite easy. You’re just making single crochet on an assembly line. The only trick is where you place the hook. To make it even easier, Brittany has a full project video on her website.
Some tricky bits are:
- Skip the first vertical bar of each row.
- Remember to work the last stitch of each row under two vertical bars for stability.
- Be careful not to un-cross the crossed stitches when you work the knit stitch row right after the crossed stitches row.
Pick up your free crochet pattern on B.Hooked Crochet HERE.
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I’ll be giving away one PDF download of my book, Tunisian Crochet Stitch Guide, to one winner. The e-book will be emailed to the winner in PDF format. It can also be provided in the Ravelry library, if the winner provides their Ravelry member name.
One name will be chosen randomly from all names entered prior to close at 12:00am (CST) on March 28, 2017. The winner will not be required to provide me with a mailing address. Leaving your email address is mandatory to enter. Choose any of the other options for additional entries. Good luck, everyone!
Many of you have written to me to ask how you can help support CrochetKim. A Patreon account was suggested but I thought it would be better to provide ad-free PDFs of my patterns so you would get something in return. I'm steadily working on adding PDFs to all my patterns and I've also made this compilation available at a discounted price. You can, of course, view, print, paste to a word processor, convert to PDF, etc. on your own. This is just an extra feature so that people help out, if they want. Thank you to all of you for your overwhelming support and kindness these many years. Enjoy!