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Andrew's Keepsake - Crochet Tunisian

Andrew's Keepsake

Written by Teresa Richardson

Video Tutorial:Andrew's Keepsake Crochet Scarf

Video Tutorial:Andrew's Keepsake Crochet Scarf  Left Hand Version

Skill Level - Intermediate

DC - Double Crochet
CH - Chain
SL ST - Slip Stitch

Size I/5.5 mm crochet hook
Long Crochet Hook - I-5.5mm
Caron 4 ply yarn
Clover Gold Eye Tapestry Needle

Multiple: 6+1 - This means you will add 6 extra chains for each extra shell, to make your work wider.

Size of scarf  - 50 inches long, 6 inches wide

Afghan Stitch - There are two passes to complete a row of the afghan stitch.

Work a chain of 25.
If you are using more than 25 loops, you will want to use the longer crochet hook.
Row 1:
Pass 1: Put your hook through the chain, wrap the yarn over and pull through, *Put your hook through the next chain, wrap the yarn over and pull through, continue across from leaving all loops on your hook * until you have 25 loops on your hook.
Pass 2: On the edge only, you will wrap the yarn…

Thermal Crochet Hat - Reversible Tunisian Crochet Geek

Crochet Reversible Cap - Tunisian Simple Stitch

Written by Teresa Richardson

Video Tutorial:  Thermal Crochet Hat - Reversible

Video Tutorial: Thermal Crochet Hat - Reversible Left Hand

Skill Level - Advanced Easy


CH - Chain
SL ST - Slip Stitch
((    ))  -  Working Between - There are instructions repeated between the parenthesis.

Size P/11.5 mm crochet hook
4 ply yarn
Tapestry Needle

You will need 2 strands of 4 ply yarn - 2 separate sources to work with.  I will refer to them as Yarn Ball A and Yarn Ball B to distinguish which source of yarn you are working with.

They can be wound up into balls or worked from skeins.  You will be flipping your work from one end to the other.  When you add the chains on your hook, it is will come from Yarn Ball A.  When you work the chains off, it will come from Yarn Ball B.

This cap will be worked with the continual round.

NOTE - The size of the chain can be larger or smaller.  The technique will still work.

Using Yarn Ball A: Work a cha…