Ten Stitch Tunisian Crochet


Ten Stitch Tunisian Crochet

Ten Stitch Tunisian Crochet
Ten Stitch Tunisian Crochet

Even though this Ten Stitch Tunisian Crochet has all sorts of unique techniques going on, it is still an easy crochet blanket pattern. The triangles and squares have such a great geometric appeal. This crochet blanket pattern uses the ten-stitch method, which works up short rows in a spiral of ten stitches by ten rows. This gives it a great checkered block sectioning, leaving you plenty of room for color scheme innovation. The Tunisian crochet stitches involve both forward and backward passes, but with this pattern's detailed explanations and diagrams, you won't struggle to grasp the concept if it is your first time using this stitch.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Double knit yarn in any colours you fancy with a 5 mm crochet hook ( US 8/H, UK 6)
  • OR Worsted weight yarn (#4) in any colour with a 6 mm hook ( US 10/J, UK 4)

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Easy challenge for an advanced beginner in Tunisian crochet. Worked in short rows. You can even use a regular crochet hook because you only need 10 stitches per row! Use different colors for each section (stash buster!) or in one color. Crochet until you have your desired size. You can also make a pillow cover, placemats, and even a dishcloth (use kitchen cotton). I tried out the pattern by making a dishcloth. Very detailed instructions and great photos.

Does the Tunisian stitch has to have triangles and squares? I need to find out how this stitch is done. Here's the link to the pattern http//www.lookatwhatimade.net/crafts/yarn/crochet/ == free-crochet-patterns/tunisian-crochet-ten-stitch- == blanket-free-pattern/.

Hi Zeemer, Tunisian crochet is just a technique that is worked up with a Tunisian hook (which is a very long handled crochet hook). With Tunisian crochet, when you finish a row, you do not turn your work and continue. You do work another row, but you end up going backwards down your row. We have plenty of tutorials here (http://www.allfreecrochetafghanpatterns.com/Crochet-Afghan-Tutorials/How-Do-I-Crochet-Tunisian-Stitch) if you're still interested! Hope this helps. Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns


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