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How to Join As You Go in Tunisian Crochet

Did you know you could seamlessly add on to your Tunisian crochet projects? In this short tutorial video, I’m sharing all of my top tips for my join-as-you-go method of Tunisian crochet!

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Need to learn how to seamlessly join panels together in Tunisian crochet? Watch this short and simple tutorial video for the Tunisian crochet join-as-you-go method, worked from start to finish! | TLYCBlog.com

Before I started my Tunisian crochet temperature blanket at the beginning of the year, I did *A LOT* of math to figure out how to make a throw sized blanket. I figured out that I could make my blanket in panels instead of one long blanket so it would be the perfect size for my couch.

To achieve this, I’d have to make my first panel, then add panels onto the right-hand side of my blanket. There’s a very easy and seamless way to join as you go in Tunisian crochet, and I’m sharing it in this super short tutorial video!

I hope this video was helpful! Follow along on my Tunisian crochet temperature blanket journey! Check out this post where I share my inspiration to do a temperature blanket (and explain what the heck it is!), and see this post where I answer all of your burning questions on how to start your own.

You can also find my temperature blanket updates in my TL Yarn Crafts Podcast episodes and sprinkled through my Instagram feed!

In case you’re wondering, I’m using the following supplies for my temperature blanket:

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3 Comments

  • Reply Thom

    Toni L., thanks! And thanks for sharing your great posts every week!

    April 9, 2019 at 2:55 am
  • Reply Raquel

    Thanks for making this tutorial! I started a wide tunisian crochet blanket using an extended hook but started losing patience with the project and didn’t like working with the loop on the return pass. I was hoping there was a way to join strips and you showed me how. About to frog and restart using this method. Thanks!

    July 28, 2019 at 7:15 am
    • Reply Toni L.

      Yay! I’m so glad you found my video! Super long Tunisian projects can be brutal. I like to join my strips as well, to keep things interesting 🙂

      July 30, 2019 at 12:44 pm

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