How To Crochet Tunisian Cross Over Stitch- Learn A New Crochet Stitch

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We all have a favorite stitch, but do you know how to do Crochet Tunisian Cross Over Stitch?

It's a great way for beginners and experts alike to take their crochet skills up a knotch.

This video tutorial and written pattern courtesy of Naztazia will walk you through the steps of learning this new technique.

Tunisian Crochet is a versatile and easy crochet technique that can be used for many projects.

This crochet stitch pattern, with an elegant design, works up quickly making it perfect for beginners who want their work done in no time!

It has a look similar to knitting which will help you make unique and beautiful scarves or blankets too-it's sure to impress everyone you show!


How To Crochet Tunisian Cross Over Stitch

 For my sample I'm using an 5.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook and worsted weight yarn. While I'm using a shorter Tunisian hook for a scarf and shawl, you can use a larger one, shown in the video, to accommodate a blanket. I'm also changing colors every two rows.

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How To Crochet Tunisian Cross Over Stitch- Learn A New Crochet Stitch
Via Naztazia

This tutorial will guide you through each step of this pattern so that even beginners can complete their own crochet scarf or blanket without too much frustration!

It's not difficult at all and it doesn't take long to learn!

With instructions included for beginner and advanced crocheters, it's perfect if you're new to crocheting or just want a quick project using your favorite yarns.

Have fun exploring this new crochet pattern today!

Get the pattern: Crochet Tunisian Cross Over Stitch via Naztazia

Thanks to Naztazia for the article’s inspiration and featured image.

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