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Tunisian Stitches are becoming more and more popular among crocheters all over the world. They are beautiful and have a unique texture. The Tunisian Honeycomb Stitch has a three dimensional texture in the shape of a honeycomb. You can use this stitch to crochet afghans, sweaters, scarves and smaller projects, as well as dishcloths or potholders. It can look complicated, but it will be easy if you follow our video tutorial in English. If you prefer a written pattern, Ambassador Crochet has written a great explanation of this stitch as a part of her Tunisian Sampler Scarf CAL. For more free designs every day follow us on Facebook. Links to the free pattern and video tutorial are below.

How to crochet tunisian honeycomb stitich free crochet pattern and video tutorial
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  1. Your tutorial is a perfect pace and easy to follow! The best I’ve seen so far!

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