Linked Crochet Stitch Written Instructions - Tunisian


Linked Crochet Stitch Written Instructions

Written by Teresa Richardson


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Linked Crochet Stitch - Tunisian

This is a tunisian stitch work vertically in horizontal rows. The actual stitches can be made as high or long as you want to make them.

Chain an amount.

Link Stitch Written Description:
Row 1: [*Insert the hook through the chain, wrap the yarn over the hook, pull the loop through. Complete 3 times total from *.] There will be 4 loops on the hook. [ *Wrap the yarn over the hook, pull through 2 loops. Complete 3 times total from *. The first stitch is complete.] The next stitch will be worked under the horizontal bars, [*Insert the hook under the horizontal bar, wrap the yarn over the hook, pull the yarn through. Repeat from * two times total. There are 3 loops on the hook. Insert the hook through the chain, wrap the yarn over and pull through the last loop.] There will be 4 loops on the hook. [ *Wrap the yarn over the hook, pull through 2 loops. Complete 3 times total from *. This is how the remaining stitches will be done for the chain foundation.]

Row 2: Chain 3, [*Insert the hook through the chain, wrap the yarn over the hook, pull the loop through. Complete 2 times total from *.] There will be 3 loops on the hook. Insert the hook through the top of the stitch on the previous row. [ *Wrap the yarn over the hook, pull through 2 loops. Complete 3 times total from *. The first stitch is complete.] The next stitch will be worked under the horizontal bars, [*Insert the hook under the horizontal bar, wrap the yarn over the hook, pull the yarn through. Repeat from * two times total. There are 3 loops on the hook. Insert the hook through the top of the stitch on the previous row, wrap the yarn over and pull through the last loop.] There will be 4 loops on the hook. [ *Wrap the yarn over the hook, pull through 2 loops. Complete 3 times total from *. This is how the remaining stitches will be done for the main section of the pattern stitch.]

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  1. I'm going to try this. I need handmade headbands to fit my head. LOL!

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