It’s hard to imagine, but sometimes, Dear Reader LESS Tunisian Crochet is called for.
And in those moments, knowing how to decrease is a boon.
In my Reoite Gloves, we use decreases to add a little shape to the fabric. This ensures that we have a cuff that sits comfortably on the wider part of the arm, as well as a glove that sits snug at the wrist and knuckles with no room for pesky drafts to sneak in.
Here’s how the TSS2tog (Tunisian Simple Stitch 2 together) is made.
Work the pattern up to the point where you need to make a TSS2tog:
Slide your hook through the next TWO bars along:
Yarn Over hook:
Draw Yarn Over through the two bars on hook:
When you complete the rest of the row, you can see a little upsidedown V shape indicating the point you worked the TSS2tog decrease.
The Return Pass is worked as normal i.e.
Yarn Over, draw through 1 loop to make a chain stitch, then *Yarn Over, draw through 2 loops* repeatedly to end of row.
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