I have now completed one of each of the nine different squares that will make up my throw.
And here they are
Square 1 - Tunisian Simple or Basic Stitch
I love the woven effect you get and it makes a dense fabric which is great for bags if you don't like lining them (like me)
Square 2 - Tunisian Crossed Stitch
A bit fiddly at first but soon got the hang of it
Square 3 - Tunisian Knit Stitch
Love the effect of this stitch - amazing that I got something that looks like knitting with a crochet hook
Square 4 - Tunisian Bias Stitch
Same stitch pattern as Crossed but by working 2nd row one stitch over you get diagonal lines
Square 5 - Tunisian Purl Stitch
I initially struggled with this one and was convinced I wasn't doing it right but a look at some online vids showed me I was (as well as showing me a handy hint for tunisian in general). It took some perseverance but I eventually got the hang of it.
Square 6 - Tunisian Rib Stitch
This stitch has got my imagination going, this is 3 simple 3 purl, wonder what it would look like with 3 knit 3 purl or if I worked it in a chequerboard. Also think it would make a lovely skirt in a tweedy yarn.
Square 7 - Tunisian Lace Stitch
Gorgeous lace pattern that this photo really does not do justice to.
Square 8 - Tunisian Honeycomb Stitch
Again the photo does not do this lovely pattern justice but I'm not David Bailey.
Square 9 - Tunisian Popcorn Stitch
Hmm again my not so good photography skills not helping here
So there you have it 9 squares down, many more to go.