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 where you stick your hook matters. So you can stick them in, in many different spots but the simple stitch we start off on the, the vertical bar that’s next. So not the one that’s there. Now in the cast on I told you that when we start a row we don’t actually chain up one at all except for if it’s a special stitch. So we immediately right where we finished off we immediately just go into the next one. So we slide it underneath the vertical bar and back out to the other side and then yarning over and pulling it up and slide down the throat and we keep it on there. Do you see that once you do that it fills in that gap in spaces? Do you see the gapping? Well, once you do that it fills it in. So you’re gonna go into the next vertical and pull through and slide. In, pull through and slide. Now, when we get all the way I’m gonna keep going to the end the ending of how you finish a row when you get to the other side matters. And I’m gonna show you where to stick your hook for that. It’s in a slightly different spot. So you just keep collecting your stitches all the way back. Sorry all the way in the forward pass. So we’re going forward. The hook is moving forward and you see as we’re getting further I’m extending more and more the hook and I’m getting closer to the back of the hook. So we’re gonna come in the last vertical bar. Now you still have the end. So what you can do is if you turn it a little bit you wanna treat it like it’s a regular stitch. So you want to insert the hook so that you can see that it looks like you’ve just gone into a regular stitch right in the end. Okay, so let’s just take a look at that. So just slipping right in so you get two strands that appear on top and you yarn over and pull through. Now in the return pass to go back in the other direction remember, we grow the height up when we return. So we’re going to yarn over pull through one only. That was your chain one to start and then yarning over pulling it through two all the way back and I’ll show this one more time for a simple stitch. So you just keep yarning over and pull through two. So you’re finishing all the stitch work. Okay, so let’s do one more pass. So this is what it looks like. So you can see the row below it end up getting filled in and the new row is left open. So let’s do the next one. So the next row if you were to continue, do you notice how the strands come up on the right-hand side of this? So that will mean that this project will have a slight lean to it. So if you’re doing it and you’re saying it’s not square that’s because why and then you have to block it at the end in order to get it to go back square. So to start the next row we come to the second one in so in, yarn over pull through and do the same thing what you already know. A lot of people do dishcloths with this kinda work because it’s nice and quick. They end up selling them at the shows and all of that jazz in order to do this. So this is called the Simple Stitch and once you get onto it it’s really quite easy to identify the stitches and you just keep going up and you will see the line will follow its way up as well. Okay, so we kinda come to the end. So you remember what to do? You just turn it a little bit and you’ll see the stitch work and you wanna get it so it looks like it’s a regular stitch, yarn over pull through and now let’s return pass. So we’re gonna chain one first and then pull through two, two, two all the way back. Now you will notice the project will do a slight curl. So you’ll have to block your project at the end but once you get further into this the curl will stop. It’s just a matter at the beginning it will do that and you go back all the way to there. So if you’re doing Tunisian Simple Stitch you can do that as much as you want to do and then you’ll need to bind off in the end doing Tunisian Simple Stitch bind off which we will explain in another tutorial. So that’s how you would do this Tunisian Simple Stitch. 🧶

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