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Super Easy Tunisian Crochet Tutorial for Beginners

If you’re new to the world of Tunisian crochet, don’t worry! This tutorial will guide you step by step, from the materials needed to creating your first piece. Let’s start!

Necessary materials:

Tunisian crochet hook (with long handle)
Wool of your choice (preferably a light color to make the stitches easier to see)
Tapestry needle (optional, to hide loose ends)

Step 1: Assembling the Starting Chain

Hold the Tunisian crochet hook in your dominant hand.
With the wool, make a slip knot.
Slide the slip knot over the needle handle.
Now, wrap the yarn around the cable and pull it through the slipknot to create your first stitch.

Step 2: Working on your initial career

To start the first round, insert the needle into the second stitch from the hook (not counting the stitch on the needle).
Wrap the yarn over the Tunisian needle and pull it through the stitch. You will have two loops on your hook.

Continue this process at each stitch along the row, always wrapping the yarn around and pulling it through the stitch.
At the end of the row, you will have a series of loops on your needle.

Step 3: Returning with the Turn Point

Now, to go back, wrap the yarn around the needle as you would in traditional crochet.
Pull the yarn through the first loop on the needle.
Continue this process until there is only one loop left on the needle.

Step 4: Continuing Careers

Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to form the next rows.
Always insert the needle into the second stitch of the previous row and work until the end.
Remember that each row will have two stages: the out stage (picking up the stitches) and the back stage (working the stitches back onto the needle).

Step 5: Finishing the Work

When you reach the desired length for your piece, it’s time to finish.
Work the last row, but this time don’t go back.
Cut the wool, leaving a generous amount of excess.

Pull the scrap through the last stitch on the needle to secure.
Use the tapestry needle to hide the loose ends within the stitches of the piece.

Congratulations! You have completed your first Tunisian crochet project. Now just try different stitches and color combinations to create unique and wonderful pieces. Have fun exploring this new world of creative possibilities!

Access the free crochet patterns in video

If you liked this crochet model, but want to see other patterns before starting your new piece, below we will leave some more ideas:

Beginners in Tunisian Crochet 

Vintage Fan Ripple Stitch 

Rainbow Baby Blanket 

We wish all our dear readers an excellent week, full of God’s blessings in your homes, and especially a lot of creativity to start a new work of art in crochet threads.
Crocheting is so good!

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