Tunisian Crochet Tutorial: YO increases

Hope everyone is having a lovely weekend. Mine has been quite busy on the crochet front as I have been getting my pattern ready for release as well as planning for my next designs of the year, all very exciting!

My latest pattern uses two types of tunisian crochet increases so wanted to share tutorials for them to make sure everyone knows how to work them. The first one I am sharing today is the yarn over (YO) increase, it is very easy and it is useful as both an increase and to create lace patterns in tunisian crochet.

I have decided to do a few video tutorials since they take less time than the photo ones, I would really like your feedback to know if this works for you as well so just let me know in the comments.

I will be back soon with another tutorial and of course my new pattern!




4 thoughts on “Tunisian Crochet Tutorial: YO increases

  1. Thank you for the video. It makes it look so much easier to do this type of crochet than it looks when looking at pictures showing the stitches. It is just so much better seeing the “whole” technique in one go. I always wanted to try Tunisian crochet, but was afraid of doing it. I think I will try this with a capelet that I want to do.

    1. So glad you found it useful! I am trying to make sure my blog has all the info people need to start their tunisian crochet journey, you should definitely give it a try!

      Happy to hear the video format works well, it is also easier for me so you may not see many more photo tutorials in a while!

      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

      Sol >

  2. I liked the video, shows the fluidity of the stitch much easier than tracking the progress of still pictures. The voice over adds clarity and allows you to feel closer to the work.

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