Don’t let the title of this one scare you off! It really is a fairly simple technique with stunning results. The finished afghan resembles a log cabin quilt block or 10 stitch knit blanket. In class you will learn how to Tunisian crochet, turn mitered corners, and lock on to previous crochet rounds. We will be using Universal Yarns Major with a size K hook (regular type hook, not an afghan hook). If you plan to make a placemat, you will need 1 ball, a lap blanket will need 4 balls.
Materials student should bring to class: Yarn, hook, scissors, tapestry needle, crochet stitch markers, pattern downloaded