Here is a pattern I’ve created for YouTube subscriber that requested it. It was such a fun pattern to create, and I learned so much while working on this pattern! Thank you for the suggestion! If you have suggestions for video tutorials or patterns, let me know! I’m happy to try 🙂
So what was the biggest lesson I learned from creating this pattern? I learned to crochet Fair Isle patterns!
Have you ever seen the beautiful knitting atop an Icelandic sweater before? Well, that’s Fair Isle knitting. It’s a knitting technique that uses a spreadsheet-like pattern to create pictures on one side of your work, leaving you with an amazing work of knitted art on one side and a bunch of stranded knitting (which looks like a mess) on the other. Generally, the not-so-pretty side is hidden inside the project, or covered up, so no worries.
This pattern is written for folks who have some experience with Tunisian Crochet and are comfortable working a Tunisian Simple Stitch. If you’re a beginner crocheter, you may have a difficult time following along, as I do not cover basic stitches in the pattern or in the tutorial. Don’t be discouraged, I will be posting more beginner-friendly patterns here and on YouTube so you can also create some amazing work. 😉
What you’ll need:
Yarn: Medium size yarn (4), in two colors.
Hook: 4 mm Tunisian Hook and 3.75mm regular hook
Additional materials: Scissors, needle (any needle you can fit your yarn through will work).
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