Tunisian Crochet PATTERN for Pot Holder in Ocean Stitch. Afghan crochet Dishcloth. Step by Step Tutorial How To, + basics of technique learn #tunisiancrochet
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Tunisian Crochet PATTERN for Pot Holder in Ocean Stitch. Afghan crochet Dishcloth. Step by Step Tutorial How To, + basics of technique learn #tunisiancrochet



Tunisian Crochet PATTERN for Pot Holder in Ocean Stitch. | Etsy

Follow my easy step-by-step tutorial to create this beautifully textured Pot Holder in Tunisian Crochet, using the Ocean Stitch. One of the most impressive, yet one of the most complicated patterns in Tunisian crochet made easy, thanks to my simple instructions and many pictures included. _______________________________________________________ *** This is a listing for a crochet PATTERN only. If you're interested in the finished item, ask me *** This pattern is in ENGLISH and uses standard US crochet terminology and abbreviations. +++ Please NOTE that the pattern also contains a short introduction to Tunisian crochet, with pictures and terminology +++ __________________________________________________________ FINISHED SIZE: 1 pot holder measures 17x17 cm (6.7”x6.7”) YARN: 45 g (1.6 oz) of Medium self-striping gradient yarn in blue shade (or in any shade you prefer) GAUGE: not relevant for this pattern HOOKS: 6 mm (4-J10) Tunisian hook (1 size more than what indicated on the yarn's label) NOTIONS: Tunisian crochet basics; working flat; regular crochet basics. THE PATTERN INCLUDES A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO TUNISIAN CROCHET. SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate. TYPE OF PATTERN: written instructions + many pictures included. ____________________________ HOW TO PURCHASE: Instant download file will be e-mailed to you as soon as payment is processed. You should receive the file immediately after payment, so please contact me in case of problems. You are also welcome to contact me via convo on Etsy for any help you may need with the pattern itself, of course :). This pattern is copyrighted and cannot be changed, sold, or reproduced in any way. You cannot sell or change the pattern itself, but you are welcome to sell the finished items made from my patterns but PLEASE always give credit to my shop: HOOKLOOPSARAH, tag me @hookloopsarah and it would be great if you could use #hookloopsarah on IG to share your works made out of my patterns (I'd love to see them!!)

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