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Crochet Tunisienne dans le banque rouge…. er, I mean… see you in Red Bank, NJ

June 14, 2013

Wooly Monmouth has invited me to teach Tunisian Crochet. Truly, one of my favorite techniques. Why, pray tell? I’m glad you asked… It’s a “ride-the-fence-er” kind of thing. It’s a “middle-of-the-roader” sort of thing. It’s a “throw-caution-to-the-wind and mix-match-your-stitchingness” type thang.  

 

Wooly Mammoths? …. well, this IS  technique that can be used to create thick & warm fabric, as well as soft & drapey & lacy fabric.  It’s all in the hand and the tool… Little known factoid (so little known as to be questionable in its veracity, but why bother with such details?) is that the wooly mammoth was quite adept at stitch-work… you heard it here first (and, quite likely, last).

Check out classes and workshops on my schedule at THIS PAGE.

Lisa Daehlin _ Crochet Tunisienne (Tunisian Crochet) _ Water Lilies

Lisa Daehlin _ Crochet Tunisienne (Tunisian Crochet) _ Water Lilies

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