Tunisian Crochet – Cast On and Simple Stitch


This video, brought to you by thecrochetside.com, demonstrates how to cast on and create a Foundation Row of Tunisian Crochet, as well as the Tunisian Simple Stitch (TSS). www.thecrochetside.com

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25 thoughts on “Tunisian Crochet – Cast On and Simple Stitch”

  1. Regardless, the video is SUPER and I learned a LOT and made my first complete piece in an hour so there! Thank you so much.

  2. @mugginsquilts That’s really embarrassing. I made this video 2 years ago and I had to re-listen to that section. At first I thought I just mumbled the word, but I rewound and, sure enough, I said ML instead of MM. I know difference between the two but I guess I experienced a brain fart. That’s what I get, though, for doing 5-6 videos in the same day. Oops! Thanks. 🙂

  3. That’s really clear and fun. However, the sizing for metric is milliMeters, not milliLiters….hehe. Liters are a volume measurement, like ounces and quarts, whilst Meters is a length/width linear measure. Milli means 1/1000 th.

  4. THIS IS MY FIRST TRY AND AFTER THIS VIDEO I FELT CONFIDENT TO GO ON AND LEARN MORE! tHANKS A MILLION! GREAT GREAT VIDEO! VERY EASY TO FOLLOW GOT IT ON THE FIRST TRY OR TWO. KEEP THEM COMING.
    YODA

  5. very clear instructions, thank you
    now I understand why I ended up with parallelogram rather then a rectangle –
    I think that I started every reverse row pulling yarn through the first two stitches instead of just one

  6. very clear instructions, thank you
    now I understand why I ended up with parallelogram rather then a rectangle –
    I think that I started every reverse row pulling yarn through the first two stitches instead of just one

  7. @FrdrikTh Your best option would be to pick up a new color when you start a new forward pass. Hope that helps.

  8. Will try to make a scarf, do You know how to mix multiple colors. One row could be green, another yellow….

  9. I’ve definitely been curious about Tunisian crochet for awhile and it seems less daunting after this video. Thanks

  10. This is wonderful and really informative, please do some more on T crochet esp decreasing and increasing.

    Thanks

  11. I have a question about the final pass… Is there a specific way to finish off your work? If I just stop and bind off, my edge will have rather big holes between the stitches… Btw, I’m completely new to tunisian crochet. I’ve only made one bracelet with it ^_^

  12. This is the first time I’ve tried Tunisian crochet and these videos are excellent! It’s so easy to follow the technique required.
    Thank you very much!

  13. Thank you so much! I just learned about Tunisian crochet, but I’ve never tried it and none of my go-to crochet gals know the technique. Your instructions are wonderful – clear and concise. Again, thanks!

  14. Your instruction is great, however your video says “Cast on”- the base chain style is not a cast on. A little disappointing-

  15. Thank you for your clear instructions. I signed up for T-crochet class not realizing I should know how to crochet first. The teacher went a bit fast, but your video helped understand what to do. Can’t learn from looking at copied instructions. Still need to lear how to keep all the stitches and not dropping them.

    Thanks a bunch.

  16. Thanks you for the great video. I got Tunisian hooks for my bday and with your video I could start right away. It’s so detailed and easy to follow.

  17. Thanks so much for these videos! After trying to learn from a book, I now realized that I have been doing some things wrong, particularly pulling up my loop behind the entire vertical post instead of just behind the front vertical loop. Now I can do my TSS and my Tunisian purl correctly! Thanks!

  18. This is a great, easy, clear video. You make it easy to understand and is one of the best example videos I’ve seen, thanks for sharing your talents!

  19. I LOVE this demonstration. It is extremely clear, detailed and well done. Thank you so much. Please keep your videos coming. I loved it!!!!!!!!!!!

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