The Tunisian crochet, also known as Afghan crochet,
has slightly different and more complex stitches than in ordinary crochet, and the result is a closed weave fabric, getting thicker than the others.
This style uses some elements of the knitting, so the needle has several points attached to it, instead of one, requiring a special needle, called an Afghan needle.
Although there is more than one point in the Tunisian crochet, as the double high point, the most used and the main one to start, is the simple tunisian point.
When working with circles, you may need a circular needle, which are actually two needles with a drawstring connecting them, which can also be used to hold the stitches when working with very large rows.
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