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Tunisian Crochet Chick

By on June 13, 2016

Meet Nicole

I was very excited to meet the very talented Nicole from the Tunisian Crochet Chick blog. I’ve always felt like a bit of a rookie when it comes to tunisian crochet so I was completely in awe of her talent and her lovely designs. You can find Nicole on the web at the following links.

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Can you tell us how you got started with crochet?

I learned as a child but got really into it when I moved to Manitoba in 2005. I didn’t know anyone and knitting and crochet were a great way to start a conversation.

Where does your crochet design inspiration come from?

I love geometry. I enjoy toying with shape and form.

What is your favorite yarn to work with and why?

I love #2 and #3 weight yarns with a 6-6.5mm hook because of the drape. My current favourite is Lion Brand Ice Cream.

What are your greatest crochet accomplishments?

I am happiest with my entrelac work.

What are your most popular patterns?

Sunrise Mandala: Sunrise Mandala by Nicole Cormier

Unforgettable Lotus: Unforgettable Lotus by Nicole Cormier

Tunisian Feather & Fan Wave Stitch: Tunisian Feather & Fan Wave Stitch

Hooded Husky Cowl: Hooded Husky Cowl by Nicole Cormier

Colour Block Scarf: Colour Block Scarf by Nicole Cormier

Do you have any other hobbies besides crochet?

I am also a kettlebell enthusiast. I may not have a bikini body, but I love working out!!

What are you doing when you are not crocheting?

When I’m not crocheting, I can be found working as an esthetician and aromatherapist.

Is there anything else that you would like to share with us?

I’m also a numerologist and have been for over 20 years.

It was so nice to meet Nicole! Stop by her website and check her out on social media.

About Emily Truman

Emily is the Assistant Editor at Happily Hooked Magazine and the owner at Em's Corner. She is a WAHM with 4 kids. She has a passion for crochet and sharing the art with others.

One Comment

  1. Nickie Carre

    June 17, 2016 at 2:31 pm

    Your Tunisan Crochet pieces were very pretty. I’ve stitched a few pieces in this stitch. Keep me posted on your other pieces in this stitch. I might want to stitch some of them for gifts.

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