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Skill Level: Confident Beginner

Add texture and style to your basic Tunisian crochet skills by learning easy cables and lace stitches! Find out more in the Class Description below.

Kim Guzman
Tunisian Cables & Lace
Tunisian Cables & Lace
Kim Guzman, Instructor
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Yarn Choices: Tri-Lace Scarf
Taupe
Taupe
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Vacation Blues
Vacation Blues
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White
White
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Yarn Choices: Laced Cables Wrap
Night Grey Heather
Night Grey Heather
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Tools and Supplies
10" Double-Ended Crochet Hooks
10" Double-Ended Crochet Hooks
$5.99
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Denise Interchangeable Crochet Hook Kit
Denise Interchangeable Crochet Hook Kit
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Susan Bates® 14" Afghan Hook
Susan Bates® 14" Afghan Hook
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22" Flexible Afghan Hook
22" Flexible Afghan Hook
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FREE -- Class Overview
1:55
FREE -- Introduction
2:03
Materials & Tools
3:20
Tunisian Puff Stitch & Simple ...
7:06
Working Short Rows
11:53
Tunisian Cables
34:50
Class Wrap-Up
1:15
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Class Project Photos

Customer Reviews for Tunisian Cables & Lace:

Average Rating:
4.5 out of 5 (Reviewed by 9 customers.)

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June 7, 2019
Melanie F
This class is definitely worth it. I am an experienced knitter and crocheter and I knew a few things about Tunisian crochet. This class is not absolute beginners -- you need to know some basics. Beyond that, however, I enjoyed learning this new stitches, and the video showed off its versatility. Tunisian crochet does require you to master some new skills and language and written instructions aren't coherent unless you know this. Here, Kim does an excellent job of going through the stitches, and I felt like she definitely reinforced my understanding of this stitch and of Tunisian crochet overall.

As for the price, get over it. Outside of my career, fiber arts is my passion. Its definitely my happy place, and no one said that making it yourself was the cheapest way to go.
February 22, 2019
G. Quiannette H
I watched the review and I love it. I just got my materials and I will start on this in about a week or two. Just finishing up on some other class work.
April 15, 2018
Deborah F
I watched the class but did not do anything yet. I can't seem to find the hook I need for the class. Any ideas where to find it?
Annie's Customer Service

Deborah - you can find the I hook on our webiste https://www.anniescatalog.com/detail.html?prod_id=141665&cat_id=24.
May 8, 2017
Jean O
I really loved this class! I am familiar with the basic Tunisian stitches but I wanted to improve my technique and expand my Tunisian crochet skills and Kim did not disappoint me with her excellent teaching. I found the lace stitch pattern tricky and the cables trickier still but feel I have now mastered both and am confident to tackle more advanced Tunisian patterns. I have been crocheting for xx years and have done online courses which have been enjoyable but I haven't actually learnt much from them. This course was enjoyable and I have learnt a lot! I would highly recommend it.
September 17, 2014
Sandeleh F
I got this class at 50% off and it was overpriced at that. Not that Kim isn't a good instructor - she's one of my favorites - but the content of the class was just not worth $XX or even $XX. I've taken several Cxxxxxy classes and they were all very good, so I was terribly disappointed in this class. Only ONE lace st was shown and only ONE cable st was shown. I don't believe that having the same project in different widths makes for more than one project. Lace scarf and same lace shawl = ONE project IMO. Four different widths of cable panels = ONE project IMO.

Save your money and learn lace and cables on YouTube.

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