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The distinction between the crafts are the tools used and how many stitches are held at the same time. Crochet is done with a single hooked needle and typically only a few stitches are held at one time before being crocheted off. Knitting is done with two or more needles, and rows of stitches are held open before being knitted off. Afghan/Tunisian ...


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The main issue with Tunisian crochet is that, since you don't turn your work, all your tension will be distributed on the same side of your project, with nothing to "balance" it and prevent the curl. Apart from blocking, all the methods suggested to reduce the curl are actually methods to reduce the tension. There are a lot of blog articles and videos ...


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