Are you tired of your Tunisian crochet projects rolling up like a cheap rug? There is a solution to your rolling woes.
Let’s get one thing straight – rolling is not a sign of a bad crocheter. It’s just a pesky little problem that can be easily fixed with a few simple tricks.
One solution is to use a larger hook size than recommended for your yarn. This will create a looser stitch and prevent the edges from curling up. Another option is to add a border to your project, which will help weigh down the edges and keep them flat.
But let’s be real, sometimes those solutions just don’t cut it. So, here’s my favorite trick – steam blocking. Yes, you heard me right. Get out your iron and give your project good steam. This will relax the fibers and flatten out those pesky edges.
Now, if you’re feeling fancy, you can even use blocking mats and T-pins to really get those edges in line. But let’s not get too crazy here; we’re just trying to stop the rolling.
So, there you have it. No more rolling in your Tunisian crochet projects. Just smooth, flat edges that will make your friends jealous. And if anyone asks how you did it, just smile and say, “It’s a secret.”