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Kim Guzman, Knit and Crochet Design

Tunisian Crochet: Honeycomb Stitch Pattern

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The honeycomb stitch pattern is, by far, the most highly-loved stitch pattern in Tunisian I’ve encountered. I see it everywhere in a lot of different types of projects.

Here is a project which I did in the honeycomb stitch pattern. Kassie is worked in-the-round, with a double-ended hook. (Free Pattern available here.)

To learn the honeycomb stitch pattern, you will first need to learn these four elements (for right-handed and left-handed):

Once you’ve learned from those videos, you can move on to the honeycomb below.

It’s a really fun stitch pattern and I look forward to seeing your projects using it!

 

 

6 Comments

  1. I was interested in making a pattern I found on Ravelry. After watching some tutorial videos I understand Tunisian crocheting. I can easily do this honeycomb pattern. (Your videos did help since I’m a lefty! Thanks!) But what I don’t understand is how to incorporate the CC. Could you explain please?

    • I’m sorry. I don’t know what you mean by “how to incorporate the CC”.

      • The contrasting color. I only know how to do the stitch in one color

        • Ah hah! You will just add a new color at the beginning or the ending of the row, whichever you choose. They both have different looks. If you’re doing Tunisian crochet in-the-round, you use one color for picking up loops and one color for closing them.

          • Oh ok. I haven’t tried doing this stitch in the round yet as I don’t have a double ended hook. I made a flat swatch to practice but it didn’t seem to be turning out right. I’ll keep trying and thanks for clarifing for me! Again thanks for the left handed videos!

          • You are most welcome. :-)

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