Learning a new crochet technique can be tricky. Take the guesswork out of Tunisian Crochet when you pick up my newly published book, The Tunisian Crochet Handbook: A Beginner’s Guide!
WHAT’S INSIDE: 60+ pages of in-depth tutorials. Discover the tools you need, how to get started, and some super fun stitches. Then take on any of the 20 unique patterns, each designed with beginners in mind.
WHAT IS TUNISIAN CROCHET: Take the best parts of knitting and traditional crochet and you have Tunisian crochet. The addictive stitching and eye-catching texture make this technique a welcome challenge for newbies and experienced stitchers.
ABOUT THE TUNISIAN CROCHET HANDBOOK: There are hundreds of books that explore traditional crochet, but there are few that reference the concept of Tunisian crochet or present it in a modern, approachable way. The Tunisian Crochet Handbook introduces this fascinating and rewarding technique with a wide array of stitches and design possibilities. The goal of this book is to guide crocheters step-by-step through Tunisian crochet, starting with tools and yarns, transitioning into how-to’s and stitches, and finishing with easy but engaging patterns. The book includes instructional sections and patterns, complete with styled, chic photographs.
Explore all of the designs within The Tunisian Crochet Handbook. Click the links for details on the yarn and yardage used in each design.
Find My Book
Find physical copies of The Tunisian Crochet Handbook from these major retailers:
Check out these Local Yarn Stores for a copy of The Tunisian Crochet Handbook. Note – These are NOT signed copies.
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- Fancy Tiger Crafts LINK
- Fuzzy Goat LINK
- KnitWit LINK
- WEBS Store LINK
- SPUN Ann Arbor LINK
- Knit & Bolt LINK
- Makit Takit LINK
- Jimmy Beans Wool LINK
- Collected Works LINK
- Yarn It & Haberdashery LINK
- Sew to Speak LINK
- Yarnbyrds LINK
- Silk Road Textiles LINK
- Around the Table Yarns LINK
- 614 Knit Studio LINK
- Darn Yarn LINK
- House Mountain Yarn Company LINK
- Fibre LINK
- Stash Lounge, Alberta LINK
Practice Tunisian crochet with a few helpful video tutorials. Check these out: