Introduction to Tunisian Crochet


In Person

Tunisian crochet is a fascinating combination of knitting and crochet that produces a woven fabric. Participants will learn the basic Tunisian crochet stitch, completing a sample where they will learn to inlay colours and add beads.

Some knowledge of knitting or crochet an asset.

Materials and tools will be provided.


Type: Program

Date: May 28, 10am - 12pm

Julia Bryant has been an education volunteer at the Textile Museum of Canada for over 10 years.  She has been a part-time textile artist for as long as she can remember,  and considers crafts such as  crocheting, knitting, tapestry weaving and counted cross stitch as life-long friends. She discovered Afghan/Tunisian crochet almost forty years ago and has been developing and perfecting her skills using the colour inlay technique ever since.  Julia creates all of her designs and her work is often embellished with beads, bobbles and embroidery.

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