• Tunisian Crochet Zig Zag Stitch Pattern- Easy Baby Blanket For Beginners

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    Tunisian crochet is a unique technique that creates beautiful patterns and textures.

    This Tunisian Crochet Zig Zag Stitch Pattern will make an easy baby blanket for beginners, but it can also be used to create scarves or afghans.

    You could even experiment with different color combinations!

    The fun thing about Tunisian crochet is once you learn the simple stitch pattern, you can use it in all sorts of ways to create many different projects!

    The zigzag stitch blanket is made from two colors and it has such a cool effect creating this amazing texture that looks so complicated but isn’t at all!

    Tunisian crochet is so much fun and this pattern makes it easy to learn.


    Tunisian Crochet Zig Zag Stitch Pattern

    …The brand of yarn I use is baby wool with a Himalayan antipilling feature and the crochet hook is a  number 3.5 mm

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    When you first started crocheting, it may have seemed like a daunting task.

    However, with the Tunisian crochet zig zag stitch pattern, even beginners can make this easy baby blanket and be ready to move on to more complex patterns in no time!

    This video tutorial will walk you through how to make your very own beginner-friendly Tunisian crochet project!

    This gorgeous stylish baby blanket is perfect for any home or nursery decor.

    This easy beautiful crochet baby blanket pattern comes with a video tutorial only. Turn on CC when watching the video and you can read the pattern in the subtitles.

    See more about this pattern: Tunisian Crochet Zig Zag Stitch Pattern via Tuba Arslan.

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

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