How to Crochet the Tunisian Simple Stitch Foundation Row

How to Crochet the Tunisian Simple Stitch Foundation Row

This video crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the tunisian simple stitch foundation row. Tunisian simple stitch is almost always worked from the right side. The tunisian simple stitch foundation row would be great for afghans, scarves and bags!

Materials Used in this Tutorial


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TECHNIQUES USED IN THIS STITCH:

Chain-ch
Tunisian Simple Stitch (Tss)- insert hook from right to left behind single vertical thread. yarn over hook, draw loop through and leave on hook, unless otherwise stated, the hook is always inserted in this way.

Skill: Easy
Foundation Chain:Add any number of sts.

Pattern Instructions

  1. Foundation Row 1

    keeping all loops on the hook, skip 1st ch from hook (the loop on the hook is the 1st ch) and draw up a loop in each ch across, do not turn.

  2. Foundation Row 2

    yo, draw it through the 1st loop on hook, *yo, draw through next 2 loops, rep from * across until 1 loop remains. The loop that remains on the hook always counts as the 1st st of he next row.

Swatch Photos

How to Crochet the Tunisian Simple Stitch Foundation Row.

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