This breezy corner-start triangular wrap, worked side to side, is an uncommon way to experience Tunisian crochet. Some people seem to think of Tunisian crochet as dense or stiff, but this airy net-like stitch has been around long enough to be known by more than one name: Tunisian Corded Stitch, Tunisian Extended Stitch, and Tunisian Single Crochet. It creates such a pretty fabric that I developed a new crochet-as-you-go latticework border for it.
It's also a no-stress way to use up stash yarns because the edging is worked as you go, and you begin the decrease rows when you've used half of your yarn. Less yarn than the pattern calls for results in a scarf instead of a wrap.
For me, it is addictive to stitch and is not difficult because the rhythm of the stitch pattern is easy to settle into and remember.
Skill Level: Intermediate because of new stitches and construction technique. After using this pattern you will know (if you didn’t already):
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