Tunisian Crochet in the Round

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Learn Tunisian Crochet in the Round with Sandy Walker’s 11-step photo tutorial.


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Tunisian Crochet in the Round

Title: Learn Tunisian Crochet in the Round
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Learn Tunisian Crochet in the Round

Learn Tunisian Crochet in the Round is 50-pages in length and includes a detailed step-by-step photo tutorial to teach the technique required to work Tunisian in the round, along with patterns to make 6-projects.

In the Introduction, you learn more about the technique (TITR – Tunisian in the Round) and the Designer, Sandy Walker.

She explains that for these projects you will be using double-ended hooks in 2 different sizes. The larger hook will be used for the forward pass and the smaller hook will be used for the return pass.

The recommended hook sizes are:

Medium Weight Yarn [4]: Forward Pass: 8 mm (L) and Return Pass: 6.5 mm (K)
Light Weight Yarn [3]: Forward Pass: 6 mm (J) and Return Pass: 5.5 mm (I)
Cable Length: recommended 16-inches or longer for large projects.

On page 4, be sure to read the information included in the Foundation Row (under Regular Tunisian Crochet Tips). It outlines how to begin your chain and how to work into your foundation row stitches. Page 4 also includes Tunisian Abbreviations and Techniques.

The Techniques section explains that TITR uses 2 connected hooks and 2 balls of yarn, that you will be turning your work and that the forward pass will be worked with the RS (right side) facing and the return pass will be worked with the WS (wrong side) facing. It also mentions that passes will be completed in stages to finish each round. More detail is provided on page 4, specific to the projects that you choose to work (so don’t skip page 4).

The Photo Tutorial can be found on pages 5-8 and includes 16 photos.

Reading Stitch Charts begins on page 9. It includes written instructions to teach you how to read the chart for Rounds 1 to 8 of Penny’s Hook and Yarn Tote (side 1 chart). If you are new to TITR I strongly recommend you work this as your practice project to learn how to read the charts because it is the only pattern included that includes step-by-step written instructions for the chart. The other designs refer mostly to the chart itself in the written instructions, so you will need to know how to follow the charts to make them.

Tunisian in the Round Patterns

  • Penny’s Hook and Yarn Tote Bag | INTERMEDIATE | Medium Weight Yarn [4] | 15 inches X 15 inches | 2 Pattern Charts
  • Penny’s Flower Power Tote Bag | INTERMEDIATE | Medium Weight Yarn [4] | 15 inches X 15 inches | 2 Pattern Charts
  • Penny’s Counting Sheep and Elephants Blanket | INTERMEDIATE | Light Weight Yarn [3] | 32 inches X 32 inches | 2 Pattern Charts
  • Penny’s Baby Love Blanket | INTERMEDIATE | Light Weight Yarn [3] | 31 inches X 31 inches
  • Penny’s Baby Brights Blanket | INTERMEDIATE | Light Weight Yarn [3] | 34 inches X 34 inches | 3 Pattern Charts
  • Penny’s Fair Isle Blanket | INTERMEDIATE | Medium Weight Yarn [4] | 55 inches X 55 inches | 8 Pattern Charts

Take a closer look at the projects you can make here: Learn Tunisian Crochet in the Round

The patterns are written in U.S. crochet terms. The stitch counts are included along the left-hand-side of each Pattern Chart, for each row, in RED. Special Stitches are included at the beginning of each written pattern, following the Pattern Notes.

Stitch Guide

The Tunisian Stitch Abbreviations are located on page 5 and include:

  • bo – bind off
  • eTrs – extended Tunisian reverse stitch
  • FP – forward pass
  • RP – return pass
  • Tdi – Tunisian double increase
  • TITR – Tunisian in the Round
  • Tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch
  • Trs – Tunisian Reverse Stitch
  • Tss – Tunisian Simple Stitch

Need more help with stitches? Check out their free online Stitch Guide here.

I love the finished Penny’s Fair Isle Blanket. Which project do you like?

You can see all the projects here.

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7 Comments

  1. Penny’s Counting Sheep and Elephants Blanket is the first project I’d make

  2. I have just started doing a bit of Tunisian crochet and love it. I am really looking forward to trying some of the patterns in this book.

  3. I have grandsons that are young and would love to have a blanket like this one. Jimmy the Hybrid Car Blanket Crochet Pattern. I am going to wait and see if you do review it first and then I can buy it if you give it a good review.

  4. Not sure if you’ve done a review on any of Knot Monsters Ami’s books? They all look like great books from the cover on them.

  5. How about reviewing the seasonal gnomes? Seems appropriate for the time.