Friday, October 30, 2009

Granny Afghan with Tunisian crochet

All of grannies are from my friend. I only joining and edging it. I try to join them ( red one ) with tunisian crochet. I use reversible stich on it. Looks great. Then after it . I added (edging) with entrelac in tunisian crochet too.

It make grannies Afghan looks different. Hope it could inspire you for joining and edging afghan


Dorith said...

Very nice and interesting!
Greetings from Dorith

Beyond All Measure said...

Wow... that looks amazing! I have never even thought of using tunisian for joining. I have just begun to try the more complicated stitches for tunisian. Unfortunatelly I have not found much free information online. And I am too frugal to buy the books. But you have done a wonderful job! It is lovely.

jd said...

Outstanding, as usual!! Thanks for sharing this very useful idea. I'm sure many will benefit from your creativity.
jd in st louis

Thata said...

Dear Dorith,

Thank you so much.

Thata said...

Dear Sarah,

Thank you. Glad if I could inspire you. You can try and you'll love it. It's not too complicated ;)

Thata said...

Hi JD,

Thanks for stopping by at my site. Thank you for your nice words. I really appreciate it. Glad if it will be useful for anyone who love or maybe addicted to crochet. Hv a nice day JD

mculberson said...

Where can I find more info on Tunisian joining of squares?

Thata said...

Sorry I'm not posting the instruction. But you can see at entrelac tehnique in tunisian crochet. You just added it for edging.