A discussion of various crochet techniques, including Interlocking Crochet™, a unique crochet technique which creates a double-sided fabric.
Adding a buttonhole to an Afghan or Tunisian Crochet project is not hard if you know what to do.
You can use yarn or a double strand of embroidery thread to weave through your project, creating simple, but beautiful designs.
When looking at a single crocheted or basic Afghan/Tunisian crocheted item, you'll notice blocks are created by the vertical bars and horizontal threads. These blocks form a mesh on which embroidery stitches can be worked to create a beautiful design. The most popular stitch used is the cross stitch.
If you are a true Tunisian novice, refer to her previous book, Get Hooked on Tunisian Crochet.
The New Tunisian Crochet, Contemporary Designs from Time-Honored Traditions by Dora Ohrenstein is a new Tunisian/Afghan crochet book with some great added features.
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