Tunisian crochet: Is it crochet? Is it knitting? or is it weaving? Whatever it is, the end result is beautiful, thick and absorbent, perfect for a soaker-upper, cushion or potholder. While the initial rows may give some trouble, the rest consists of simple stitches and new projects will forge ahead quickly. These washcloths are a great way into learning this technique. For more free designs every day follow us on Facebook. Link to the free pattern is below.
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