Thursday, August 5, 2010

Tunisian in the round video tutorial

I hope you find this tutorial helpful. It's a pretty large file, so be patient while it loads. If you have a slow speed internet, or dialup, you may not be able to see it here. If that's the case, click on this link, and I have posted the video on photobucket.

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11 comments:

  1. very interesting, and helpful. thanks for sharing this video.

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  2. I recently have purchased a dbl hook and am interested in some easy patterns using this technique. I am new at afgahan-stich, I have been crocheting for years but wanted to do something new. So do you have some simple patterns for this in the round technique?

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  3. Hey there! Congrats on your first double-ended hook! If you check back in my May archives, you will see I have two free, simple patterns using the Tunisian in-the-round technique. Enjoy!

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  4. Wonderful video. It is so clear and you make it so easy to understand. I love Tunisian in the round. Thank you for taking your time to do it.

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  5. Thank you!!! This is so very helpful!

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  6. Excellent lesson and patient and clear teaching! Thanks so much for the video. I have to watch it several times for it to sink in; but I can see now that it makes perfect sense. I just learned how to do tunisian crochet and I LOVE IT. It's very primal to me - almost like weaving. Much appreciated. Do you have more videos on crochet? Please let us know.

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    1. My apologies for the late reply. Sometimes I am so bad at getting back to comments...

      Anyway, here is a link to my YouTube channel. I have a few videos there now, with more coming soon.

      http://www.youtube.com/user/amydepew1?feature=mhee

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  7. Hi there! Do you have any videos or tips on how to do intarsia/color changes while working tunisian in the round?

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  8. Where do I get a double-ended hook like that? I haven't seen this hook before.

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  9. thanks a lot for this demonstration. I wanted to know how to use a two-way hook. I accidentally happened to come on this page. Can you give me a few easy patterns to use this hook ?

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  10. Geeta look at her earlier comments she gives an example of where to get the patterns. :)

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