You can learn how to Crochet Entrelac Tunisian Diamond Stitch in this DIY tutorial video. Hi I’m Donna Wolfe form Naztazia. This is the entrelac or Tunisian entrelac crochet stitch pattern my Stitchorama by Naztazia collection. It forms a patchwork of diamonds that are all connected together as you go. You just use a regular crochet hook – you won’t need any special Tunisian or afghan hook. A few colors of worsted medium weight yarn and a size H 5 mm crochet hook work great!
Also to clear up any confusion. The video states to think in “groups of 5” at 0:45. However sometimes the video states to take off loops in “groups of 2.” These instructions are mentioned for those who are brand new to Tunisian crochet, since 2 loops are taken off 5 times for each row. Sometimes the video states to take off loops in “groups of 5.” These instructions are for those who already know to take off 2 loops at a time, and it is easier to think in “groups of 5” return passes for each diamond row.
Big think you to my friend Julie from Accrochet who taught me how to pronounce the French word entrelac.
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