Simple Tunisian Crochet Stitch demonstration tutorial using Double-Ended Hook (Crohook Cronknit)


In case you have trouble making out the two colors in the above video, I recorded a second one with red and orange.  

The reversible twist headband/earwarmer made using the stitches shown above. 

Have you ever used a double- ended crochet hook? I’m making myself a reversible headband/ear warmer and thought folks might like to see a simple Tunisian stitch using a double ended crochet hook.  Tunisian crochet usually works only on the right side of the garment (leaving a less aesthetically appealing “wrong side”). But with a double-ended crochet hook, you can work with both ends and make a fun  fully reversible item! Sometimes this type of Tunisian crochet stitch is called Cro-hook or Cro-Knit as it gives a knit/purl effect similar to knitting. 

I added an affiliate below for the double-ended crochet hooks that I bought for this project.  Unlike Tunisian 2-sided hooks, mine do not have the same size hook on both ends. (One side is slightly bigger.  But this has a negligible effect on the project. )

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Double-ended crochet hooks I use in video : (affiliate link)

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