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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Tunisian Crochet Mystery Project

By now you have had a chance to try out some Tunisian Crochet stitches and you've seen the cute little yellow duckie washcloth.

Are you ready for another quick Tunisian Crochet project? Here's one for you, but with a twist...no chart to work from and no picture! It's a Mystery Project!

Tunisian Crochet Mystery Project
With a sporting spirit, some basic supplies and the information you will find below, you can whip up a fun little something which will be both attractive and useful. It will be nice enough to give as a gift or to keep for yourself. It can be used in the bathroom or the kitchen, so choose your yarn color accordingly.

What you will need:
  • 1 ball crochet cotton such as Sugar 'n Cream in a solid color
  • Size K-10 1/2 afghan hook
  • scissors
  • large-eye blunt point darning needle
  • magnetic board or ruler to help keep your place on the pattern (optional)

Stitches to review before beginning:


NOTE: One row consists of the forward half where you pick up the stitches, and the return half where you work the stitches off the hook. Loop left on hook does not count as a stitch. See video tutorials listed above for demonstration if necessary.

Chain 33 to begin.

Row 1-4: Tunisian Knit (K) all 32 stitches.

Row 5: K 4, Tunisian Purl (P) 2, K 7, P 2, K 2, P 2, K 7, P 2, K to end

Row 6: K 4, P 2, K 6, P 8, K 6, P 2, K to end

Row 7: K 12, P 8, K to end

Row 8: K 13, P 6, K to end

Row 9: K 14, P 4, K to end

Row 10: K 9, P 3, K 3, P 2, K 3, P 3, K to end

Row 11: K 9, P 4, K 6, P 4, K to end

Row 12: K 9, P 5, K 4, P 5, K to end

Row 13: K 5, P 2, K 3, P 4, K 4, P 4, K 3, P 2, K to end

Row 14: K 4, P 4, K 3, P 3, K 4, P 3, K 3, P 4, K to end

Row 15: K 4, P 5, K 5, P 4, K 5, P 5, K to end

Row 16: K 5, P 5, K 4, P 4, K 4, P 5, K to end

Row 17: Repeat Row 16
Row 18: Repeat Row 15
Row 19: Repeat Row 14
Row 20: Repeat Row 13
Row 21: Repeat Row 12
Row 22: Repeat Row 11
Row 23: Repeat Row 10
Row 24: Repeat Row 9
Row 25: Repeat Row 8
Row 26: Repeat Row 7
Row 27: Repeat Row 6
Row 28: Repeat Row 5
Rows 29 - 32: K all stitches

Bind off with slip stitch. Work a single crochet border all around, working 3 single crochets into each corner. Join with slip stitch into first single crochet, cut yarn, pull through loop and tighten. Using your darning needle, weave in beginning and ending yarn tails.

Enjoy your new _______! If you would like the chart for this pattern, just send me a picture, or a link to a picture, of your completed ______ along with your email address and I'll email the chart to you.

Happy Stitching!

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  • Hey Mary Grace,
    I can't wait to make this new cloth. I had to take my Mom to the ER today...that was unexpected...she is fine...thank the Lord! Praying you're feeling better today too!
    God Bless You,

    Thanks a bunch for the new pattern!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At March 5, 2009 at 10:43 PM  

  • Working on turning this one into an afghan. I inverted the knits and purls in adjacent squares to give it a checkerboard pattern with the inset. Trying to decide if I want 4 per square and sew together like a quilt, or get industrious and use my 48" Tunisian hook.

    The Left-handed Male Crocheter

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At December 11, 2014 at 5:18 PM  

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