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.
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.
Patterns you can make with this stitch
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