How to Tunisian Crochet pattern with In-Line ChainsTunisian crochet
is a versatile form of crochet
that is perfect for creating unique and interesting textures in your projects. In this tutorial, we will be exploring the in-line chain technique in Tunisian crochet. This technique creates a neat and tidy chain that is perfect for creating interesting designs in your work.
What You'll Need
- Yarn in your desired color
- A Tunisian crochet hook
- A regular crochet hook (for finishing)
Step 1: Foundation Row
To begin, create a foundation row using the Tunisian simple stitch (TSS). Insert your hook into the second chain from the hook, yarn over, and pull up a loop. Repeat this process in each chain across until you have a loop on your hook for each stitch in your foundation row.
Step 2: Forward Pass
For the next step, we will be working the forward pass. This is where we will create the in-line chains. Insert your hook under the next vertical bar, yarn over, and pull up a loop. Instead of leaving this loop on your hook like you would with a regular TSS, use your crochet hook to chain one directly onto the loop. Continue working across the row in this way, creating an in-line chain after each vertical bar.
Step 3: Return Pass
Now that you have completed the forward pass, it's time to work the return pass. To do this, yarn over and pull through one loop on your hook. Yarn over again and pull through two loops on your hook. Repeat this process across the row, ending with one loop on your hook.
Step 4: Repeat Steps 2-3
Continue working steps 2 and 3 until your project reaches the desired length. This technique is perfect for creating unique and interesting designs in your work, and it can be used in a variety of projects, such as scarves, shawls, and even blankets.
Step 5: Finishing
Once you have completed your project, finish it off by weaving in any loose ends and blocking it to your desired shape.The in-line chain technique in Tunisian crochet is a great way to add unique and interesting textures to your projects. With a little practice, you'll be able to create stunning designs in no time.