A Tunisian Giveaway

tunisian crochet stitch guide by kim guzman

Want to win this book?  It’ll be easy.  Just post a link in the Comment Section below to your favorite online crochet project crocheted all or in part in Tunisian stitches.  I love this book, Kim Guzman’s latest, and you will too.  It inspired me to return to Tunisian which I had previously found to be slow and cumbersome.  No more!  Now, I’m a convert.

So, get busy and find some Tunisian inspiration online, post a link to it below – being sure to include your zip code for identification purposes.  The contest will be open from today through the month of April.  I’ll post the winning entry – selected at random – and email the winner separately so s/he can email me the snail mail particulars.

One entry per person.  If you have won a Giveaway Contest on my site in the past SIX months, please post, but you will not be eligible to win.  Contest ends at midnight (CDST) on April 30, 2013.  Have fun surfing!



  1. says

    Would love to win this book. I’m doing a jacket in tunesian crochet with a lot of differnt patterns, so this book would be welcome.

  2. says

    Tunisian crochet has been on my to try list for awhile. Since I’ve never done it, I’d better start with something simple like a scarf or dishcloth of which I’ve seen many. In fact Yarn Chick just blogged about it and showed a beautiful combination of white, green , orange and tan. Loved it.

  3. Mary Lynn Oswald says

    hi looks like a very interesting book. thanks for offering it for this contest!! 64068
    bye for now, Mary Lynn

  4. Debra Bankston says

    I have been doing Tunisian crochet now for over 4 years and enjoy learning new techniques. I have been crocheting for over 45 years but looked for a technique so my hands don’t cramp and fell in love with Tunisian. I have turned several other patterns from knitting into Tunisian.

    My zip code is 65655. I live in Gainesville, Missouri.

  5. says

    I love Tunisian and have a lot of finished projects. My favorite is the Tunisian Ripple Scarf (here: yarn-tails.blogspot.com/2011/06/new-pattern.html) a free pattern that I posted.

    zip: 93012

  6. Florence M DesAutels says

    I have done this technique but want to learn how, so have no site to link to at the moment.

  7. Jaan of Tx says

    I have started doing basic Tunisian stitch, but unfortunately I do not have a proper cro hook. But would love a book like this as the instructions are so great and simiple to follow. Thanks 77566

  8. says

    I’ve only been crocheting for about a month but I like the Tunisian stitch. I made a dish cloth but would love to do a larger project like shown on this site!!
    Thanks for giveaway!!

    Heather, zip code 33065

  9. Helen Johnson says

    Thanks for the opportunity to win. I would love to learn Tunisian crochet. 47711

  10. AnnClaire says

    I love doing this afghan http://ravel.me/CountryClaire/trngz but have given away the 2 I made. I leave off the roses and leaves as I think the edging on the panels and the tunisian panels make a beautiful afghan with the colors I use … the tunisian panels are done in an aran color, with a forest green – country/dusty rose – forest green edging for each panel. My current problem is locating the rose yarn so I can start another LOL

    My zip code: 73801

  11. Alice C. says

    This book looks wonderful! I’ve wanted to learn Tunisian crochet for a while and this is JUST the inspiration to begin. Thanks for the chance to win!

  12. Gabrielle says

    I got a set of interchangeable tunisian crochet hooks for Christmas and have started making little things, trying out the basic stitches I know: dishcloths, scarves, etc. This book would allow me to take that knowledge to the next level and incorporate tunisian crochet into my larger projects, such as sweaters and blankets.

    zip code: J3V-5Y1

  13. Karen Polusny says

    I’ve done a lot of crochet over the years but none since we retired six years ago. I can ‘t be as active anymore so it’s time to get back into my lost hobby. I see years of fun ahead of me.

  14. says

    I like to do the entrelac stitch using the Tunisian stitch. The pattern I like on the Red Heart website is the Trip Around the World Throw. I would love to win this book because I’m up to learning new stitches all the time.

  15. Pat morris says

    I made a baby blanket using this method around 20 years ago. I need this book as a refresher course.my zip is 12790

  16. Sandra says

    I would love to win this book! I have all the needles but have not gotten started on learning how to use them.

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