Mitered Squares 2 ways – Tunisian Crochet Tutorial

Mitered squares are an interesting way of making squares. You work in a single line and strategically placed decreases / increases give the fabric the shape of a square. This technique is great to make individual squares that can be joined to make larger projects or to make large square blankets by using variegated or gradient yarn – the possibilities are endless!

In this tutorial, you will see how to make Mitered squares in 2 ways – using the decrease method, and using the increase method.

The hook

There are a bunch of different Tunisian crochet hooks available for purchase. You can read about the hooks I use here. Because of the nature of Tunisian crochet stitches, I recommend using a hook that is at least 2 sizes larger than the recommended hook on the yarn.

Video Tutorials

I have right and left handed video tutorials for this stitch on my Youtube channel. You can find all my Tunisian crochet video tutorials here.

Right handed

Left handed

Patterns you can make with this stitch

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