After doing some of the crochet recently, I got interested in Tunisian Crochet and it's possibilities. Then I was asked for some Bunting for an event I'm attending later this year and I thought to myself that I could do it in Tunisian Crochet, I knew the basics from doing several of the shawls, like decreases, this wasn't going to be complicated. Surely someone would have done this? Not that I could find, so I decided to do it, and then I decided that I could write it and offer it for free. So I did several iterations, after ripping out several false starts.
Then I did the next one (the brown one) I wasn't really happy with the slip stitch edging, you could see some of the edging through it, but it wasn't bad, it was just not quite right.
Then I tried the green one
and when I was finished with it it was what I wanted.
So then I made a few more.
I even experimented with Tunisian knit stitch and the edges just didn't quite work either
It might be the fact that this was the first time I had used that stitch.
So now I have six and the pattern is available through Ravelry for free