18 thoughts on “Tunisian Crochet – Purl Stitch – The Crochet Side”

  1. Estaba buscando una puntada diferente y los vídeos me han encantado. Escogí esta. gracias

  2. You have really inspired me to try this! I’m going to crochet throughout the night if I watch any more @…@

  3. I love the Tunisian stitch, but it seems time consuming to make anything bigger than a swatch for me..lol can one make a large project using this stitch or is it mainly for smaller projects? nice work btw…

  4. @outragedpalmer – there is a way to work in the round, but because I’m not familiar with it, I find it much easier to work flat then seam it together in the back.

  5. Can I ask, what brand of hook are you using? I have a bamboo tunisian hook but the shape of the hook doesn’t really let me grab the yarn the way you do when starting the stitch.

  6. I have spent many frustrating hours trying to figure out some of the basic tunisian stitches. I’m not new to crochet, but could never figure this style. THANK YOU for the videos, I finally “get” it!!! Please keep them coming 🙂

  7. I just recently learned this technique and yoou have made it so easy to learn love your videos and would love for much more ty

  8. I’ve got a list of stitches I want to make tutorials for, so I’ll keep the moss stitch in mind. Thanks for letting me know you’d like to see it. 🙂

  9. Thank you for sharing that! Could you at some point show us the Tunisian Moss Stitch, too?

    I tried to figure it out from the book, and I don’t understand it.

    Thank you again!

  10. Thanks for making this video. I have been doing it this way but nice to see someone else doing it too so I know I am doing it right.
    You ladies are awesome

    Annette

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