Tunisian Simple Stitch – Tss

So let’s begin to learn how to do a Simple Stitch. So a simple stitches used most often and there’s so many great stitches of Tunisian it’s really quite awesome. So what we’re looking for is that we see that there’s horizontal bars. Do you see them? They’re sticking straight up just like there and

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How Yarn is Made

Today, join me to learn how yarn is made from raw fibres to the beautiful yarn skeins you see on the retail shelves today. We will go behind the scenes with leading brands of yarn you see on the retail shelves today. From the makers of Bernat, Lily Sugar’n Cream, Patons and Caron Yarns under

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Tunisian Knit Stitch

Tunisian Knit Stitch

The Tunisian Knit Stitch is my favorite stitch of them all and I like it because it looks like knitting completely without having to use two hook or knitting needles. So in simple stitch what we’ve been doing is that we’ve been going across into the vertical bar and out the other side and picking

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Crochet Flora Afghan: Hydrangea Square

Hey, welcome back to The Crochet Crowd as well as my friends over yarnsprations.com. We’re moving along in our Flora Afghan. This is June of 2019 as we’re going to begin to an Hydrangea together. So let’s open up the page. Oooooooooo, ahhhhhhhhh. This is amazing! Another another afghan. You need to make three of

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Crochet Circle Takes the Square Blanket

Crochet Circle Takes the Square Blanket

Welcome back to The Crochet Crowd with my friends over at yarnspirations.com. Today we’re gonna do the Circle Takes the Square Crochet Blanket. These are made up of circle motifs. So these are circles then in the last round we make it back to a square, then you’re just gonna whip stitch it together, throw

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Crochet Pomp-A-Doodle Scarf

Welcome everybody to another edition of Mikey’s Mail, and today we have in the background Pomp-a-Doodle. Now I originally thought I couldn’t actually crochet with this stuff but I realized it’s like beads where that you the beads never go through the hook or through stitches they just stay on the outside and you fasten

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