Tunisian Stars Blanket

Warmly welcome to Craft For The World, crochet is a very popular craft that charms many people around the world. It is made with a special needle and has this name because it is derived from the French word “croc”, which means hook, which is precisely the shape of the needle used in crochet. And of course from this technique, we can produce objects and parts used in our daily lives, such as towels, rugs, clothes and many other accessories that you can make with this technique. For some, it may even be considered a form of therapy to relieve the stress of everyday life. There are several ways to produce and use crochet, but the Tunisian Stars blanket is one of the most sought after pieces, as they are versatile. It can be used in many ways and can be applied in different decorations.

Did you know that the best of all is that Stars Tunisian Blanket is not only charming, but also economical and easy to make. Not to mention the beautiful color combination that can be made, just let your imagination run free. And make this beautiful crochet blanket. A tip thinking about embarking on the world of crochet? So, be aware of the tutorial guidelines below. You will find that, even for beginners, it is incredibly easy to learn this beautiful crochet pattern. Come on, let your hands get dirty, give wings to your creativity and so a new hobby or even a new source of income to help at home can be born financially.

Scientists found in South Africa traces of the first sheet in human history. The conclusion came from the analysis of 15 different fossils, of plants used between 38 thousand and 77 thousand years ago, in a study published in this Friday (9) edition of the magazine “Science”. The material was at the archeological site of Sibudu, in the southeast region of the country. The discovery is 50,000 years older than any other sheet trace on record. Moreover, it is another important piece of information about how modern humans behaved in their origin. The first individuals of our species – Homo sapiens – appeared about 200,000 years ago in southern Africa and began to spread around the world about 50,000 years ago. This prehistoric sheet consisted of an interweave of roots and leaves, one centimeter thick and up to three square meters in area. It was covered with leaves of a kind of quince tree, which contain a chemical substance that can repel mosquitoes.

Origin of blankets: Even before humans told their story through the characters painted on cave walls, he discovered that the wool (fur) of sheep was softer, warmer and more comfortable than that of other animals. This discovery thousands of years ago proved to be one of the greatest contributions to human progress and comfort in these centuries. The wool gave the early hunter warm clothing and protection, which allowed him to expand into areas with extreme climates. The sheep was one of the first animals to be domesticated, so the hunter became the shepherd of the flock and found in it everything needed for survival at that time.

This is the first step towards civilization for mankind. The hunter, or more likely his wife, learned to spin and knit wool and produce cloth and clothing, first with his fingers, then spinning wheels and looms. The versatility and value of wool was highly praised. Woolen clothing was worn in Babylon as early as 4,000 B.C.. Inscriptions from that period indicate that trading for wool had already begun. It then appeared as one of the first commodities, with enough value to make trading international. In this tutorial today, you will learn how to make this beautiful and delicate Stars Tunisian Blanket, following the step by step. I’m sure you will love making this beautiful blanket.

Free Crochet Patterns: Stars Tunisian Blanket 

Craf For The World wants to thank by Miroslava Mihalkova for providing us with the complete pattern of this beautiful work, follow its step by step carefully and start your project, in addition to an excellent job.

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