You already know how much I love double-ended Tunisian crochet, I’m sure. I have several patterns in the technique on my website. I love it so much that I even wrote a book on it!
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There are actually several different techniques within this one. The book starts off with some flat double-ended Tunisian crochet. This is the first place you’ll start to learn and, unlike regular Tunisian crochet, there is NO CURLING!
Once you’ve practiced the flat technique, you can move right into working in the round. No seams! Before double-ended Tunisian, it wasn’t very easy to accomplish a no seam hat, but this gives you such wonderful flexibility.
If you prefer working in the round without shaping, try out this fantastic infinity scarf, made with a self-striping sequins yarn.
Try combining both flat and working in the round for this lovely, casual beret.
And, lastly, you’ll get the full spectrum once you also make this sleeveless top. This book gives a wide variety of projects so you can really learn about all the wonderful things you can make with double-ended Tunisian and then you can explore as you add it to even more projects on your own.
Buy “Learn Double-Ended Tunisian” by Kim Guzman HERE