If you have you enjoyed taking part in the #TunisianTuesdayCAL, or if you have never tried one and would like to, then why not join us with this one. Helen has designed one of her own and it looks and feels incredible. The pattern launch is taking place in January 2017 but you can pre-order the pattern and yarn packs now via Helen’s website. There is also an online Facebook event, where you can find out all the information you need.
See you all there. Don’t delay as yarn packs are being pre-ordered now. Please note that if you are outside the EU, then please contact Helen directly before making your yarn pack purchase.
Although this block is one of the easier ones to make and there are no errors, I did find that it came out really tight. I ended up using a size larger hook.
If you do not have a larger Tunisian hook, don’t worry. As the blocks are so small, you can use a regular hook. Just take care that the stitches do not fall off the other end.
#TunisianTuesdayCAL Week 18 – Block 10
A nice easy one this time, just TSS and chain. Faye’s notes also say “very easy, finished in 40 minutes”
#TunisianTuesdayCAL Week 18a – Block 7
Helen has to confess, she did not like this block. She could not get into a rhythm and it took her ages to make. It did not help that you have to flip back and fore between pages. Read the instructions carefully.
Faye, however totally forgot to keep notes on this block other than she only did 15 rows.
More bobbles and chain loops. These chain loops are much easier to make that the ones we made in week 4. When working past the chain loops in the next row, double check that you have picked up the correct vertical bars, it is easy to either miss some or pick extra.