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  1. Tunisian Mosaic Crochet is my latest favorite technique. Like, traditional crochet, every row is made in a single color, but in Tunisian crochet there is an added bonus of not having to weave in ends or to create an enclosed border. This is because Tunisian crochet is worked on one side only since you don’t have to turn the project after the completion of a row. Because of this, there is no need to cut and reattach yarn on every row like you have to in traditional crochet! The Shabd bookmark is a simple mosaic pattern. It is the perfect beginner project that could be made with a traditional crochet hook since you need to hold only 11 loops on the hook at once. This has been one of my most used makes since I love reading and I always have a book at my bed side. It is a great gift for book lovers, teachers and students, and would make a great stocking stuffer too! https://knitterknotter.com/tunisian-mosaic-crochet-bookmark-free-pattern/
  2. Tunisian Mosaic Crochet is my latest favorite technique. Like, traditional crochet, every row is made in a single color, but in Tunisian crochet there is an added bonus of not having to weave in ends or to create an enclosed border. This is because Tunisian crochet is worked on one side only since you don’t have to turn the project after the completion of a row. Because of this, there is no need to cut and reattach yarn on every row like you have to in traditional crochet! This pillow is a great way to get introduced to Tunisian Mosaic crochet. It is beginner friendly and uses a 8 stitch - 8 row repeating pattern. It makes for a great accent pillow that can be used by itself or combined with other pillows (mosaic or plain) to make your living space bright and comfortable. Here's the free pattern: https://knitterknotter.com/latika-tunisian-mosaic-pillow-free-crochet-pattern/
  3. I and my team of testers are working hard to prepare my latest pattern called "Maryam in Square" as a CAL. Will you be interested in joining the upcoming CAL? You can join my FB group for further announcement. Mahoor Mosaic Crochet Communiry
  4. I am happy to announce a new pattern release on my Ravelry store and etsy shop. It will be up and running as of September 26 at 12 a.m. almost 1 hour from now. Hope you enjoy trying my new pattern, called INFINITY. It is in Overly mosaic crochet technique and can be worked both flat and in the round. For more information you can read a post related to this pattern on my blog.
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