Category Archives: Tunisian Crochet

All Washed Up

I’m pleased to announce the release of my first e-book on Ravelry, All Washed Up: 13 Tunisian Crochet Dishcloths. I’d wanted to pull together such a collection for a long time, and am so happy that it’s finally finished. (The British might … Continue reading

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Blue Boy Transformed

Long-time blog readers will have read about the demise of my favorite sock, Blue Boy, who with his boon companion Wildfoote, shuffled off this mortal coil in February. If you’re unfamiliar with that story, spend the 15 seconds required to read about … Continue reading

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Tunisian Nine-Patch Dishrag

A few years ago, I fell hard for Kay Gardiner’s Nine-Patch Dishrag and made one for my dishcloth drawer. Since it has stood The Test of Time so well, I decided to make another. As I was knitting up a … Continue reading

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Great Vacation Finds — And a Tease

Aside from eating (chocolate! beer! fries!) and visiting museums, what I enjoy most about travelling is wandering around making random discoveries. Here are some of those — and a few other things I loved during my recent trip to England and … Continue reading

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Tunisian Crochet Sewn Seam

Way back when, I finished up my first Wedgie Blanket sample by joining the first and last wedges together with crochet slip stitch. There was absolutely nothing wrong with that choice: The slip-stitch join is a classic seaming method, and is easy to do … Continue reading

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