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Scarf Go Round

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  • Tunisian Crochet

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Does Tunisian crochet make the world go round? Maybe not, but it's pretty important to my crafting life. This teaching pattern for a circular sampler scarf introduces Tunisian techniques and stitches sequentially, beginning with stitches relying on hook placement, continuing with stitches featuring different ways to manipulate the yarn around the hook, and culminating in patterns using a combination of stitches. "Scarf Go Round" is crocheted flat and then seamed. Hate one or more of the 15 stitch blocks used? Just substitute it with another in the pattern - or use another stitch pattern from one of the books I recommend. It's your learning experience and your scarf; to paraphrase Elizabeth Zimmermann, "You're the boss of your crochet!" Please note that pages 1 - 9 are the pattern itself; pages 10 - 24 include additional pictures of each stitch for reference. Tech edited by Lindsey Stephens. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should already have basic familiarity with traditional crochet. This pattern will introduce you to Tunisian crochet. GAUGE 9.5 sts and 8.5 rows in Tss = 2", blocked SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 4" wide by 58.25" long, laid flat, before seaming SUGGESTED YARN 400 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Manos del Uruguay Alegria COLORWAY A-410

Recommended with this pattern

  • H-8/5.0 mm Tunisian crochet hook (optional for Block 6)
  • Under 100 grams of your favorite fingering-weight yarn
  • 7/4.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook

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My name is Beth Graham, and I am a teacher who often designs with newer crocheters in mind. I teach crochet at Shall We Knit? in Waterloo, Ontario, and on Craftsy. Find my work in I Like Crochet, Crochetscene, Knit Picks' Under 100 Crochet Collection, Crochet World, Crochet! Gifts to Go, Quick & Simple Crochet for the Home, and 101 Crochet One-Skein Wonders. Learn more about me on Ravelry (