- Tunisian crochet books for beginners – Libri sull’uncinetto tunisino per principianti
- Mani di Fata August 2014
- MANI DI FATA JANUARY 2019
Tunisian crochet books for beginners – Libri sull’uncinetto tunisino per principianti
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The items I list come from various sources. I purchase what I like and from where I find the items. Some of the items are family heirlooms looking for TLC and new homes. Some have come from estate clean outs that I have done to keep great stuff from the land fill, auctions where I got carried away, garage sales that I just couldn't resist, and sometimes even a few things that I've been asked to sell for other folks. I attempt to describe items accurately to the best of my ability with photos and text. Also, I will clean off the surface dirt but I usually won't attempt to fix things that I'm not sure about fixing and I won't assure that items are spotless when sold. Remember that this is, for the most part, old stuff which has been used and been the object of a variety of emotions.
In my humble opinion, the following titles are all amazing. These books will provide you both stitches and useful suggestions on how to work properly with Tunisian crochet. Secondo il mio modesto parere, i titoli che seguono sono strepitosi. Li divido tra raccolte di punti e manuali veri e propri. Tutti questi libri contengono sia punti che consigli utili su come lavorare al meglio ad uncinetto tunisino. Pingback: Uncinetto tunisino in italiano? Weaving Olden Patterns.
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Today I can give you the last pieces of information so, if you like, you can finish your blanket in the same way. That works even better if you have a simple pattern throughout the main body of the blanket as we have in this case. If you are Italian or Spanish or just Mediterranean in general you might are very familiar with them. It used to be a great test for beginners to master crochet without embarking in something too challenging or time-consuming, even if, I have to admit, it still took a fair amount of time to make them as the cotton yarn was at least a 4ply but often much thinner than that. In my case, I filled the ripple because I prefer straight edges especially if you are opting for a more challenging border. I started my foundation round with the Pistachio on the corner now you can see why it is good to start and finish the blanket with the same colour. I made some minor adjustments to the last couple of rounds to simplify it mainly because the pattern is written for a cotton thread and not DK yarn.
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