Blessed Three Star Coaster is a great first project to learn Tunisian crochet in the round technique using double ended hook. It works up fast, which makes it a great last minute gift idea and perfect stash-busting option. The best results are achieved by selecting similar colours. The Blessed Three Star Coaster is worked in the round, with FP worked facing RS and RP facing WS. Each round is worked in smaller increments with adding as many lps on the hook as possible (FP), turning the work around and working the lps off to last 3 lps (RP) from the opposite side of the hook. It is crucial to use a stitch marker to mark 1st st of each rnd and move it up with each consecutive rnd. The st count refers to the number of lps per round.
Valentine’s day is just around the corner and I wanted to make something quick and easy this time. I decided to make this Tunisian crochet mug cozy that worked out great and is so easy to customize! If you are new to Tunisian crochet, this mug cozy pattern is a great first project for beginners. It has a base of Tunisian Simple Stitches and a cross stitch heart pattern on it. If you are looking for a last minute project to make for Valentine’s Day (or any other special occasion), this works up really quickly This pattern contains: Complete list of materials Written Instructions Video tutorials for all stitches and techniques used in this pattern.
About the pattern I had not tried making a continuous spiral using Tunisian crochet for the longest time. It turns out that it is super easy and so much fun to make! This is also a great pattern for people who are just starting to explore Tunisian crochet since it can be made with a traditional crochet hook. Skill Level Advanced Beginner - The pattern expects basic knowledge of Tunisian crochet and how to make Tunisian Simple Stitches. This pattern contains: Complete list of materials Written Instructions Video tutorials for all stitches and techniques used in this pattern. What you need to know Tunisian Simple Stitch Sizes The pattern comes in 6 rug sizes of diameter 2’, 4’, 6’, 8’, 10’ and 12’.
Learn how simple Tunisian crochet can be with this pattern and tutorial for Tunisian Crochet Dishcloths. Once you get past the first few rows, you will be moving along effortlessly. It kind of feels a bit like you are knitting because of adding the loops onto the crochet hook, yet at the same time, you are only using one crochet hook to achieve these results. The stitch is a close weave and is great for dishcloths, spa washcloths, pot holders, pillows, cowls, baby washcloth, and much more.
This coaster is a super quick pattern, thanks to the super bulky T-Shirt yarn. And yes I timed it, you can definitely make this in 9 minutes or less! This pattern uses the waistcoat or knit stitch and a 'seamless join' technique to avoid that 'slip stitch seam' that you get when you work in the round. The pattern includes a full photo and video tutorial, which is especially useful for learning how to do the seamless join.
Autumn is my favorite time of year … I just love the sun-filled days, the cool nights, and of course the colorful and crisp leaves! It’s the perfect time to work up this Leaf Tunisian Crochet Dishcloth Pattern … although I think leaf decor is beautiful all year long! If you’re new to Tunisian crochet or just want a bit of a refresher, the pattern includes a link to the free series Learn Tunisian Crochet in a Week!