Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Tunisian Washcloths

Tunisian Crochet Washcloths

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The last week I have been terribly bored with my WIPs so I was looking for something new.
On my usual Yarn along web visits,  I visited a lady (I found her again :) - Heather @ Townsend House)  who was busy knitting some washcloths and I thought that this would be a brilliant idea to have a small project to work on that is a bit mindless but useful!

I didn't want to knit mine, so instead I used Tunisian crochet to whip up some gorgeous looking washcloths :)

Whilst making my second cloth my hook snapped!

knit pro

But luckily I could get hold of the wonderful lady who sold it to me and she will be sending me a replacement for it shortly.

I didn't want to wait for the needle so I have continued forward with a bigger hook size.

I am now on cloth 4 and love this one too :)

tunisian crochet cloth

I will share all the finished cloths with you on Friday.

If you are interested in learning Tunisian Crochet I learnt it in this Craftsy Course 

Reading-wise: Crawling forward in the same book from last week, and the week before that :O

What have you been busy with this week?

I will be sharing this post with all my creative weekly friends, so drop on over for some great inspiration :)

See you soon
x

Craftsy

19 comments:

  1. They look wonderful. I do a lot of crochet but have never tried Tunisian crochet.

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    1. Hi mamasmercantile,
      Tunisian Crochet is really quite easy, and a lot of fun!
      I learnt how to work tunisian crochet online, I talk all about it in this post from last year if you are interested :)
      Thanks for visiting.
      x

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    1. Hi Reinventing Mother,
      Thank you, so much fun! :)
      Have a great day
      x

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  3. I do love the look of Tunisian crochet. One of these days I have to try it.

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    1. Hi Becki,
      You should it is so much fun :)
      Have a good day
      x

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  4. I've not tried Tunisian crochet ... love your clothes!

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  5. Love the look of the tunesian stitches!

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    1. Hi Elisabeth,
      Thank you :)
      Have a great day.
      x

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  6. Ooo, those are gorgeous! I've never tried Tunisian crochet. Must add it to the long queue of things to do! :)

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    1. Hi Nicole,
      Thank you so much for visiting.
      x

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  7. I have a bunch of Tunisian hooks and lots of cotton yarn - I need to make some dish cloths!

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    1. Hi Donna,
      They are so quick and fun to make :)
      Thanks for the visit.
      x

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  8. I just may have to check out Tunisian crochet--love the look of those cloths!

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  9. I really like Tunisian crochet. I have used it to make a baby blanket that you then cross-stitched bunnies on. It is great to cross-stitch on because the stitches are so even. I may have to make some wash cloths with it. Yours look great.

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  10. sometimes those small(er) projects are just what we need to get the bigger ones finished!!! Love the cloths!

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  11. Lovely cloths. Nice of the lady to replace your hook, hope it arrives soon.

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  12. Super réalisation je vais faire des essais
    Merci
    Moon

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