Good day Readers,
The Tunisian Purl Stitch (TPS) video tutorial is now live on YouTube. I have made the tutorial with my first Tunisian Crochet Pattern, that will come soon, in mind. However this tutorial can be used in many ways, it is a basic video tutorial that shows you how to do the Tunisian Purl Stitch so that you can use your newly learned skill in the next Tunisian Crochet project that you would love to make.
I do however have more Tunisian Crochet Tutorials on my YouTube Channel.
The first one is How to make a Foundation Chain and Foundation row, where I show you how to make the chains and explain a bit of the anatomy of chain stitches etc.
I think it is always useful to know a little bit about the anatomy of the stitches so that you understand them a little better and to know where to put your hook trough to make your stitches.
I have learned Tunisian Crochet while doing a TAL (Tunisian A – Long) and made a Patchwork blanket. I immediately fell in love with Tunisian Crochet – It is fast like Crochet and gives a fabric similar to knitting. I always say it is a mix between knitting and crochet!
I also have a tutorial on the Tunisian Simple Stitch on YouTube and I really love combining the Tunisian Simple Stitch and Tunisian Purl Stitch to make the Honeycomb Stitch – I actually made a Top Down Sweater in the Honeycomb Stitch – you can click here to see the project page on ravelry ( there is no pattern for this garment as I attended a Workshop on how to measure and design your own!)
I hope that you find these tutorials helpful and that I can help you master another skill – Tunisian Crochet!
Please let me know if there is any other tutorials that you would like to see on the channel and then I can work on getting those filmed for you!
Hope you have a great day and week and until next time,
Please note that this post is only written in English as all the other posts about the YouTube Channel. All podcasts and tutorials are only recorded in English to be available to a wider audience and for the reason that most Afrikaans speaking people knit and crochet using English terminology.