Tunisian Sampler Scarf CAL – Part 12

Posted by on May 25, 2012 in Free Crochet Patterns | 3 comments

This is going to be the last section of the CAL.  If you’d like the scarf to be longer you can just repeat any/all of the sections we’ve done.  I will do a separate post on how to end your tunisian project.  When you are done you will probably want to block your scarf so that all sections are exactly the same width.

Here is a lattice pattern, which is made by crossing two stitches.  I really like the look of this, and think it would make a great project on its own.

 

Section 12 –  Lattice Pattern

 

TSS = insert hook behind next vertical bar, yo, pull up a loop (for tutorial see section 1 of scarf)

 

Row 127:  skip 1st vertical bar, * TSS in next vertical bar, repeat from * across, insert hook through both loops of last stitch. (20 loops on hook)

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

Row 128:  skip 1st vertical bar, * skip next vertical bar, draw up a loop in next vertical bar (see fig.1), draw up a loop in skipped vertical bar (see fig.2), repeat from * across, insert hook through both loops of last stitch (see fig.3). (20 loops on hook)

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

Tunisian Lattice StitchFig.1 – skip next vertical bar, pull up a loop in next vertical bar

Fig.2 – pull up a loop in skipped vertical bar

Row 129 – 139:  Repeat Row 128.

 Tunisian Lattice StitchFig.3 – all loop on hook

Happy Crocheting!

3 Comments

  1. I have been wanting to learn the tunisom technique. I can’t wait to do your scarf pattern. I like your blog, very interesting and informative. Yeh for you and I’m glad I found your blog

  2. I just want to thank you for your wonderfully explained stitches on your Tunisian sampler scarf. I am using 3 of them on my queen size blanket! I have done about 75cm of 2m wide so far : see here

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