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We’ve revised and reinterpreted the pattern that introduced a new generation of crocheters to the beauty of Tunisian Crochet: our popular Asymmetric Poncho.
Our new version replaces the shoulder seam with a shawl pin and provides new ideas for wearing this versatile design. This light and airy garment is the perfect “barely-there-layer” for warmer weather and looks great over clothing or as a cover-up at the beach.
There are 3 key components to the Asymmetric Redux: a large Tunisian Crochet hook, gorgeous yarn and basic Tunisian Crochet stitches. The result is a garment that looks woven, has luxurious drape and works up in a snap thanks to the hefty hook.Learn More
Easy stitches and new tricks make this cowl a fun little project.
Learn how to do garter stitch in the round - WITHOUT purling! Also learn the German Twist cast-on which is great for those times you want a stretchy starting edge for your work. The cast-on will allow the bottom of the cowl to be stretchy enough to pull over your shoulders for those times you are super chilly.
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Simple, useful, beautiful cowl!
This ripple stitch cowl brings the luxurious softness of Alp Royale close to your neck, and showcases the subtle array of fibers and colors in this hand-tied, self-striping yarn. Watch the striping in this project develop as if by magic from your needle tips. It’s a case of letting your yarn do the talking with Alp Royale’s perfectly matched cashmere, silk and merino fibers and colors in a sophisticated tones.
This simple knit is anything but boring and our instructions feature a method of using a crochet hook to make the cast on as well as work the bind off.Learn More