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I think these Sinkmates are just darling. I wanted to use them as hotpads. Although this is a knitted pattern, the thickness of the Tunisian Knit stitch was exactly what I was looking for! 21 more words


Giza by Borgo de' Pazzi

Giza is a cotton yarn by Italian brand Borgo de’ Pazzi, which I’ve been lucky enough to try and test myself. Here are my thoughts about it. 389 more words
Tunisian Crochet

Tunisian Crochet

I’m a huge fan of Pinterest and spend hours scanning to see what’s new, what’s pretty, and what I can actually do myself. So when I first saw Tunisian Crochet, I had to try it. 523 more words



History of Crochet

The modern art of Crochet was developed during the 16th century,… it becomes known as “Crochet Lace” in France and “Chain Lace” in England, according to American Crochet expert Annie Potter.(Retrieved from…

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The double-end tricot hook

The long cylindrical hook normally associated with Tunisian crochet doesn’t differ physically from a hooked knitting needle. The past few posts here have considered evidence of that tool having been co-opted for some form of crochet before the first descriptions of Tunisian stitches were published. 541 more words


Review: Tunisian Cables to Crochet by Kim Guzman

Tunisian Cables to Crochet by Kim Guzman, Annie’s: 2012, 48 pages. Paper back edition available. Grade: A

This is a nice introduction to creating cables in Tunisian crochet. 215 more words


Dela Wilkins' "Railway Knitting Workbook: The Journey Continues"

Last year I came to know, trough Ravelry, a great Tunisian crochet enthusiast, teacher and designer, Dela Wilkins. I discovered and immediately bought her book, “Railway Knitting Workbook: The Journey Continues”, and here are my thoughts about it. 853 more words
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