Interlaced Stitch Crochet
Hi, let’s go for another beautiful pattern that gives a very fantastic finish all interlaced
There are many crochet techniques to make and invent, some of which are typical of an area or region, such as the Tunisian point or the Afghan fabric.
Tunisian or Afghan woven crochet technique, this type of crochet is distinguished by the tool you use to work, or a long “Afghan” hook. You should choose a size that is at least two sizes larger than the hook you would normally wear. Another feature of the Tunisian crochet is that you do not see your work between the lines. Instead, the front of the fabric is always facing each other.
Generally, you create Tunisian crochet fabrics by alternating the “Next” and “Return” lines. The attacker moves the line from right to left when you take points, leaving them on the axis of the hook. And the return line moves from left to right as you remove the hook points.
Here you will learn how to make a Tunisian crochet pattern using the basic single point of Tunisia. Are you anxious to get started? So let’s go!
The video tutorial will teach you how to do it and it is much better because you can see how it does than just read it step by step and it is best to go back as many times as necessary to get into doubt.
Good work and share this pattern with your friends.
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