Tunisian Crochet Knit Stitch Tutorial

How to do Tunisian Knit Stitch, Crochet that Looks Like Knitting, tutorial by April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio

Tunisian Crochet Knit Stitch

Tunisian crochet is a specific variety of crochet. In Tunisian crochet you pick up loops all across your row in a “forward pass” and then work them off your hook in a “return pass.” There are lots of different Tunisian crochet stitches, and they can produce some beautiful fabrics! In this post I want to teach you how to do the Tunisian crochet knit stitch.

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In order to work Tunisian crochet, you will need a Tunisian crochet hook. This is a type of crochet hook that doesn’t have a thumb rest. The shaft is the same circumference all the way down. Some also have a cable at the end, thus allowing you to make really wide Tunisian projects without having a really long solid hook. I suggest ChiaoGoo Tunisian crochet hooks, which you can purchase on Amazon.

Free Tunisian crochet cowl pattern!

My recently-released crochet design, Iridescent Cowl, uses Tunisian knit stitch and Tunisian smock stitch. The subject of this post, is to show you how to do the Tunisian knit stitch. I have another post to show you how to work the Tunisian smock stitch.

The Iridescent Cowl is shown below, and a close-up above. This is a FREE pattern. See it by clicking here! Scroll down for the tutorial video so that you can get started on the pattern!

How to do Tunisian Knit Stitch, Crochet that Looks Like Knitting, tutorial by April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio

How to do the Tunisian Knit Stitch

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Happy crocheting!

April

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