Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL Part 8.

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To start from the beginning, here is the direct blog link: Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery Crochet Along (CAL) Getting you started.

If you need Part 2, here is the direct blog link: Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL Part 2.

If you need Part 3, here is the direct blog link: Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL Part 3.

If you need Part 4, here is the direct blog link: Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL Part 4

If you need Part 5, here is the direct blog link: Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL 2020 Part 5.

If you need Part 6, here is the direct blog link: Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL 2020 Part 6

If you need Part 7, here is the direct blog link: Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL Part 7.

If you love my crochet work, please consider donating and becoming a Helenmay Crochet Special Donor Member. I really appreciate it!!!

I have a wonderful surprise for people following along with my Crochet Along (CAL)!!!

One FREE random surprise package that includes a Furl Tunisian Crochet Hook!! Go to Contests and Giveaways for the year 2020 for details!  I am not sponsored, or affiliated with Furls.

We only have 8 blocks left!!! I hope that you are having as much fun with this Tunisian Crochet Graphghan project as I am! At the top of my blog’s HOME page you will find a contact link. You can send me a picture of your finished Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Blocks if you want to. I would love to see them!

Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL 2020 Boy Dolphin Block# 29:

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Here is the free PDF downloadable graph:

Boy Dolphin Block#29 Under The Sea

Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL 2020 Girl Dolphin Block# 30:

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Here is the free downloadable PDF graph:

Girl Dolphin Block #30 Under The Sea

Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL 2020 Sea Otter Block# 31:

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Here is the free downloadable PDF graph:

Sea Otter Block# 31 Under The Sea

Here is a BONUS graph that I think you will love! I made the graph 46 x 46 instead of my regular 40 x 40 graph. I used my new Furls Tunisian Crochet hook to make it. The Furls Tunisian Crochet hook is approximately 2″ longer than my regular Tunisian crochet hook.

BONUS Rabbit with a cherry blossom branch

I used my rabbit chart to make a pillow:

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I placed a pom pom for the rabbit tail. 🙂

The next block for my Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL 2020 will be a girl whale block #32!!

Mystery Clue:

I already have the next 4 blocks drawn and graphed. In the next 4 blocks, you will see a swordfish, lantern fish, Orca, and a ship!!!

Tunisian Crochet Under The Sea Mystery CAL 2020 Girl Whale Block #32:

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Here is the free downloadable PDF graph:

Girl Whale Block#32 Under The Sea

Marlene contacted me via my blog and said: “Hi HelenMay, I just wanted to know should I be doing my stitches a bit tighter. Also, I was wondering if I could get your koala bear Tunisian and is your bunny pillow Tunisian a free download?  Thank you, Marlene”

I replied: ” Hi Marlene, When I looked at your pictures, it looked like your stitches weren’t too loose. You want to try and maintain the distance between stitches the same as if you had no color changes. Sometimes with the color changes, it is really easy to make the stitches too tight. I try not to pull the stitches too tight with the color changes. Yarn choices will also make a difference. If your yarn is thinner, it might look like you have a gap, so sometimes I will pull the yarn a little tighter, but this will create a slight curve; I usually try to avoid this. Most of the time the curve hugs the picture, like with my clownfish, and I think that it adds character to the finished block. You will get used to your favorite yarn styles for Tunisian Crochet, and you will get used to a comfortable stitch distance for the look that you like. If you don’t like the stitches too tight, you can avoid stretching the yarn across the back of your work and just add a new yarn strand each time. I added some close-ups of my Tunisian stitches for you as picture attachments. The bunny graph is a free download on my blog: https://helenmaycrochet.com/2020/03/21/tunisian-crochet-under-the-sea-mystery-cal-part-8/.  I have attached your free koala bear graph to this email. :)”

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Last updated 26Mar20.

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