Most of the time, when you think about Tunisian crochet, you think about something solid or dense. Just like any other needlecraft, though, it’s not necessary to make a dense project. You can loosen your stitches for more bounce and drape.
Tunisian crochet lace can be easily accomplished. Lace means that you have spots of solid stitches with intermittent “white space”.
To make Tunisian crochet lace, you can either use a larger hook so the stitches are loose or you can work with yarn overs and skipped stitches to produce the white space.
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Below, you will find projects and Tunisian stitches you can practice when learning Tunisian crochet lace.
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