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Make a Tunisian Crochet Entrelac Throw with Kim Guzman

tunisian_crochet_09272014We're so happy we found Kim Guzman's three-part tutorial for the Tunisian Crochet Entrelac Throw. Considered to be an intermediate level three pattern, Kim's tutorial will guide you though this special technique.

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Kim's easy tutorial is below in a three-part playlist.

 

 

Make a Tunisian Crochet Entrelac Throw with Kim Guzman

If you enjoyed Kim’s tutorial and are interested in Tunisian crochet techniques, check out her YouTube channel for more tutorials .

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  • Cupkate

    This tutorial was invaluable in helping me understand this pattern. Once I watched, the blanket was super simple!

  • Patti F

    Can't wait to try this. The tutorial was excellent, and now I feel confident that I will be able to do this (my first) Tunisian crochet.

  • Junie

    gosh all I can think of is getting this started....trying to get all house and garden stuff up to date so as I don't have any reason to stop once I have started!!!!

  • KG in Oregon

    Perfect - I'm a knitter, and I hate little squares that need to be sewn together. Knitting entrelac is a pain with either constant turning or knitting backwards. Tunisian crochet solves the turning issue and produces a warm knit like fabric that doesn't have to be sewn together at the end. Perfect! I started yesterday and got through 3.5 rows in one evening of TV. This is also perfect for using up leftover yarn from other projects.

    Kim's tutorial was excellent. I barely need to look at the pattern after watching.

  • quilting grammy

    Watched the 3 tutorials and can't wait to try this. I have just finished knitting an afghan in the Entrelac pattern. This looks like great fun!

  • k garrett

    I enjoyed the tutorial. Thanks so much for the video. I can not wait to make lapghans for the nursing home using this pattern.