Tunisian Sampler Scarf CAL – Part 3

Posted by on April 12, 2012 in Crochet | 0 comments

The third stitch in our CAL is called the tunisian knit stitch (TKS), which looks very similar to the stockinette stitch of knitting.

Section 3 – TKS

Row 28:  skip 1st vertical bar, * you will be working between front and back of vertical posts (see fig.1) insert hook from front to back between 2 vertical bars (see fig.2 & 3), yo, pull up a loop see fig.4), repeat from * across to last bar (see fig.5), insert hook through both loops of last bar  (see fig.6). (20 lps on hk)

To complete row: yo, pull through 1st loop on hook, * yo, pull through 2 loops, repeat from * across until 1 loop remains.

Fig.1 – This is the front and back of the vertical bar (needle behind both to show both front and back).

You will insert your hook between the two bars shown. Left (front) part of bar will be in front of your hook. Right (back) part of bar will be behind your hook.

Fig.2 – shows front of vertical bar in front of hook

Fig.3 – shows the back vertical bar behind hook

Fig.4 – yo, pull through loop

Fig.5 – repeat, keeping all loops on hook

Fig.6 – insert hook through both loops

Row 29 – 43:  Repeat Row 28.

TKS - tunisian knit stitch

Happy Crocheting!


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