If You’ve Been Wanting to Try Tunisian Crochet, this Tutorial Is for You!

Yes, with this wonderful stitch-by-stitch tutorial on Tunisian crochet you’ll be up and running in no time!

Tunisian crochet is also known as Afghan crochet and in recent years, it’s been growing in popularity. The projects you can make are so varied and you may have seen in them on Facebook, Pinterest and elsewhere. The texture is quite striking and offers so many possibilities for blankets, afghans, scarves, vests, skirts, you name it.

Well, thanks to this fantastic tutorial by Purl Soho, the technique process is completely demystified and in fact, quite easy to learn.

It requires a special “Afghan” crochet hook, so that you work the long rows….

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…that give this signature look. To get the step-by-step instructions….

Click here to see the photo tutorial at Purl Soho

For even more guidance, check out this fantastic Tunisian crochet video tutorial below!

If you want to learn even more about Tunisian crochet, there’s a fantastic course at Craftsy that you may want to consider. It’s “Tunisian Crochet for Beginners.” Brittany of B.hooked Crochet — the famed crochet designer, teacher and podcast host — is the instructor.

You can get all the details on this excellent online course by clicking here. It’s well worth the small investment to gain a firm foundation in this valuable crocheting technique!

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Are you on the lookout for more free tutorials on crocheting techniques and stitches? Check out some of our other favorite video and photo tutorials we’ve previously featured at Crochet Maze. Links are below!

As always, happy crocheting!

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