New Book Giveaway on AllFreeCrochet: Tunisian Cables to Crochet


You asked, we listened! A lot of our readers had expressed an interest in learning the tunisian crochet stitch, and our latest book giveaway will teach you how to do just that.

Tunisian Cables to Crochet by Kim Guzman is a helpful pattern book by Annie’s that will teach you everything you need to know.  This skill is easier than you would think to learn, so what are you waiting for? Dive right in and expand your crochet skills today with this book. We’re currently giving one copy away to a very lucky winner. Enter here for your chance to win!

This pattern bookteaches you the basics of tunisian crochet with the help of color pictures and step-by-step instructions. If learning a new stitch sounds intimidating, don’t worry; the book even walks you through how to begin the cables and how to close the stitches. After you’ve learned the basics, you’re ready to put your skills to the test! There are a variety of different patterns to choose from including scarves, headbands, mitts, and even wraps.

The contest ends March 20, so be sure to enter now for your chance to win. Good luck!

Tell us: What’s your favorite stitch in crochet?

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  1. Rosalyn says

    Honestly, I don’t know many except the basic single stitch and double stitch, but I’m willing to learn new one’s. :-)

  2. ramona saintandre says

    I have been looking to start doing Tunisian crochet.
    Praying that I win, would love to add this to the collection.

  3. Deena Shepard says

    Just a novice but really like half double crochet. Also like shell and bubble. Have tried a simple Tunisian and would love the book!

  4. Pam Wells says

    I am 54 and have been crocheting for about 25 years – and am still a novice. I learned a basic pattern and have stuck with that – just making afghans. Now however – it’s time to learn more!! I just found out what Tunisian crocheting is and have a hook – but haven’t done anything with it yet. So I can only say right now – my favorite stitch is a half double crochet, but be patient with me – I’m learning!!!!

  5. Karen says

    I like the repetitive stiches – shell, bobbles, V’s. I learned Tunisian Simple Stitch from my grandmother many years ago. Looking forward to expanding my Tunisian knowledge!

  6. Crystal Jozefick says

    My favorite stitch is the shell stitch with a variegated yarn. I love the way the colors flow.

  7. Jeannette O'Neal says

    Love the simple Tunisian stitch as the basis for a beautiful piece of work, so much you can do to enhance it. This would be an awesome win for someone, thank you on behalf of that person for having this giveaway.

  8. Liza says

    I’ve never thought about what my favorite crochet stitch is… Perhaps a triple picot stitch edging. I do know that I prefer crocheting in the round to back and forth :).

  9. Nancy Lindenback says

    Whatever is the newest stitch that I have learned. I am relatively new to crocheting and am loving every new stitch or combination I learn.

  10. Tammy Hempel says

    I have been crocheting 40 plus years and I do not have a favorite stitch. I enjoy the way each stitch is made and adding the next makes another look amazing and different as a whole.

  11. says

    Must say HDC is all time favorite. But I love any crochet. I have been crocheting for 25 years and have not learned Tunsian but want to!

  12. Crystal Hauge says

    I just starting crocheting in the last couple of months. I am trying to teach myself for the most part and I have been looking for books with different stitches!!!

  13. Rose Des Vents says

    I love knitting and crocheting … I just start to do tunisian crochet and loved it……..
    i love half double crochet,,,,,,,,,

  14. Marcia Chadsey says

    I like the Tunisian stitch best and would love to learn Tunisian Cable. I’ve been crocheting for many years and love to learn new stitches. My second love is half-double crochet. Hope I win.

  15. Jane Bond says

    For something quick, like a scarf, I prefer the half double crochet. Otherwise, I do not really have a favorite stitch. Crochet saved my life two years ago when I lost my job because it gave me something to occupy my time and my thoughts. Now I am less obsessed than I was then but still find it just as enjoyable and find that I must have something to do with my hand almost constantly. I bought a set of Tunisian crochet hooks with my birthday money a year and a half ago but have had so many projects in the works that I have not had time to set about actually learning Tunisian crochet — it’s on my list!

  16. Robin Chabot says

    I have just started to do tunisian crochet and absolutely love it! I’m making a blanket for now and it’s so enjoyable. I would treasure this book.

  17. Jackie Morris says

    I really enjoy the basic tunisian. I have made dishcloths and kitchen towels and they are wonderful. Unfortunately, my knowledge is limited to the basic tunisian. This book would certainly help me a lot.

  18. Alison says

    I love the cross stitch using trebles, and the moss stitch. The textures of these 2 stitches are amazing. I have always wanted to learn Tunisian and would love to have this book so I could do that.

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