I wanted to learn something new, and thankfully for someone like me who lives in the middle of nowhere who can’t take classes at an LYS, Craftsy exists. I enrolled in the Tunisian Crochet class with Jennifer Hanson (Stitch Diva) and while I can’t see it as my primary craft, I enjoyed Tunisian Crochet and Jennifer is an excellent teacher.
This is my swatch/washcloth, and I’m already planning my next project, because I want to make sure I keep knowing how to do it.
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Project Name: Apricot Scrubber
Pattern: Tunisian Crochet Spa Cloth by Jennifer Hanson for Craftsy
Recipient: The Box/not sure yet
Yarn: Paton Grace in Apricot
- None, I figured I should follow the rules when learning a new technique
- Tunisian Simple Stitch
- Tunisian Knit Stitch
- Tunisian Purl Stitch
- Tunisian Crochet
- Yarn – Thank goodness I’m finally done with this yarn, it has been hanging over me since I started knitting in 2007.
- Pattern – Jennifer is an excellent teacher and the Craftsy platform is an interesting way to distance learn techniques
Re-Crochet?: Nope, but I will keep going with these techniques to learn more about it