How to – Tunisian Simple Stitch Chevron [ FREE BLANKET PATTERN] Ripple Wave Pattern. Really I am such a visual learner. So even though I know the stitches, and I know the lingo, sometimes, I can’t seem to wrap my head around it until I try to read the pattern out loud (I have to get my boys to pretend to like yarn to get them to listen to me) to someone or someone does a physical demo like you just did. So now, when I go to try this again, I can think back to your tutorial and I’ll remember to trust the process, it really does work out!
I think the knit stitches at the crests and troughs absolutely make this pattern. They give it a neat, orderly look, especially when using multi-coloured yarn! I’m so excited to try this pattern! (Tunisian Simple Stitch Chevron)
You inspire me only to expand my tunisian skills but also to learn how to teach crochet, tunisian and knit as well, which is my goal. As I know how adorable is to practice these craft techniques, I’m always trying to bring more and more people to this wonderful craft community.
This texture works perfectly for a project I was struggling to plan. Trying to make a ren faire pouch/satchel that’s easy to crochet but has some interest/detail. Also, it feels very good to know I’m not alone in my yarn snobbiness. Have an awesome day!
I’m still struggling to get my left-side stitches straight and I’m now using a marker to hold the last stitch so it’s easier to find. Hopefully with practice I’ll soon be laughing at why I found it so hard. I’ve even roped my 9 year old niece into practicing with me!
How to – Tunisian Simple Stitch Chevron [ FREE BLANKET PATTERN] Ripple Wave Pattern
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