- The unique Denise locking connection
- Knitting with one circular needle
- Knitting with two circular needles
- Condo Knitting
- Three different styles of crochet with one Denise crochet hook
- Tunisian Crochet foundation row
- Tunisian Crochet simple stitch
- Tunisian Crochet twisted simple stitch
- Tunisian Crochet cross stitch
- Tunisian Crochet purl stitch
- Tunisian Crochet honeycomb stitch
- Tunisian Crochet knit stitch
- Lots more Tunisian Crochet videos on our Tunisian Central page.
The unique Denise locking connection:
Denise needles lock securely together with a quarter turn. With a secure lock, parts stay together while knitting or crocheting. When you’re ready to disconnect, another quarter turn means you can change parts easily.
Knitting with one circular needle:
How to knit in the round using one circular needle.
Knitting with two circular needles:
A great way to knit in the round on a small scale which can be used anywhere double-pointed needles are called for.
Create interesting texture in your knitting by using two vastly different needle sizes (#7 and #15, for example) on opposite ends of a circular needle. Or, if you knit tightly (or just want to speed up your knitting), knit with ease in the round by replacing the left hand needle head with one that’s a size or two smaller than the gauge needle. Your stitches will slide easily off the left hand needle and your gauge will be unaffected because it is entirely determined by the needle that you’re knitting on to. If you purl more loosely than you knit, also called rowing out, you can even your stockinette tension with a smaller needle head for purling.
Three different styles of crochet with one Denise crochet hook:
Many different styles of crocheting are possible with the Denise Crochet kit! Be sure to see the video on our unique locking connection to see how to connect a Denise hook to a cord.
Tunisian Crochet foundation row:
Start with a crochet chain and learn to make the foundation row with a forward pass and reverse pass. Most Tunisian crochet starts with this technique.
Tunisian Crochet simple stitch:
The basic stitch for Tunisian crochet and the basis for many other stitches. You may see it abbreviated as TSS.
Tunisian Crochet twisted simple stitch:
A variation of Tunisian Simple Stitch that creates fabric with a right slanting effect.
Tunisian Crochet cross stitch:
A variation of Tunisian Simple Stitch that produces a richly textured surface.
Tunisian Crochet purl stitch:
Also called Tunisian Reverse Stitch, this produces a bump on the right side. It is combined with Tunisian Simple Stitch to great effect in Honeycomb Stitch.
Tunisian Crochet honeycomb stitch:
A combination of Tunisian Simple and Purl Stitches that creates stable, handsome fabric with less curl than many other Tunisian stitches cause.
Tunisian Crochet knit stitch:
A stitch with a surface that closely resembles knitted fabric.