New pattern now available in my Etsy shop.
Free video tutorial demonstrates the entire process.
“Walk the line” is an idiomatic saying that means to maintain an intermediate position between contrasting choices or opinions.
This project is not worked the same as the traditional mitered square. Rather starts with a decreasing triangle, which is rotated clockwise to work the second half as an increasing triangle. The fun part is using a contrasting color for the second half. Each ascending row of the second triangle “walks the line” along the diagonal.
This pattern makes one 4.25-inch (10.79 cm) square coaster, using two different colors of worsted weight yarn. It should take you about 1 to 2 hours for your first coaster. You’ll get faster with practice.
Materials: Approximately 30 yards (9 grams) of each of two colors.
Tools: Regular crochet hook – H/8-5.0 mm (Tunisian hook not required), yarn needle, scissors, and one stitch marker.
This pattern is designed for adventurous beginners in Tunisian crochet but will make even experienced crocheters feel a sense of accomplishment.
Upon purchase, will receive four different versions of this pattern:
1) PDF – diagrams/charts only – 4 pages,
2) PDF – full written pattern with diagrams/charts, photos, and text – 11 pages,
3) PDF – detailed photo tutorial with text instructions on every photo – 23 pages, and
4) Link to a 24-minute video tutorial.
Use one or all, whatever suits you.