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dllfb
12-11-2008, 10:29 AM
Been researching the crochenit technique. I've done a google for patterns but there doesn't seem to be too much out there. If someone has something they could share...I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks so much!

catlvr
12-12-2008, 10:30 AM
crochetpatterncentral.com has tons, Bernat.com, patons.com, coats&clark also

mathwizard
12-17-2008, 08:38 AM
Crochenit goes by other names. If you look for Tunisian crochet patterns and I wish I could remember the other names. The changes in names doesn't change the style of crochet.

mathwizard
12-17-2008, 09:06 AM
I did a google and found a page full of links to search here is one page of free patterns. Google search will give you lots of links and material to search. There was a page with all the information and it was on AOL which has shut down and the page hasn't been reposted yet.
http://www.crochenit.net/free.html

OffJumpsJack
12-17-2008, 02:03 PM
Well, if by Crochenit TM patterns you mean patterns for a double ended crochet hook, then you can also look for patterns fro Cro-Hook, Crochet-on-the-double, and may be others. I found another thread on KH about Afghan hooks and knit-crochet books (http://www.knittinghelp.com/forum/showthread.php?t=68703). It has links for patterns too.

Wrights: Dish towel (http://www.wrights.com/wrights/class/needlework/crohookcloth/crohookcloth.htm)
Dish Towel Topper (http://www.wrights.com/wrights/class/needlework/crohooktopper/crohooktopper.htm)

The typical stitch used with a double crochet hook is the tunisian stitch or twisted tunisian stitch. I have previously found a website that offered other stitch instructions for purchase :nails: . Thus I have no details about these other stitches. ;)

(Cro-Hook (http://www.wrights.com/wrights/products/featureproducts/crohook/crohook.htm) is a trademark of Wrights)

Okay, that's most of what I know about it. Good luck Crossed Fingers with your search!

--Jack :guyknitting:

dllfb
12-17-2008, 11:09 PM
Thanks so much...didn't know that it had so many aliases..lol

mathwizard
12-18-2008, 06:06 PM
The following link will give you video help with Tunisian crochet:
http://www.iamintheloop.com/artofcrochet/guides.php