My next project discovering Tunisian crochet in the round is a hat. I chose my favourite yarn from Wålstedts to get god quality. It is a two-ply, z-plied yarn. I was curious to see if the z-ply was a problem when making Tunisian crochet (it was not).
I chose to use five different colours/nuances from light blue to black. Black being the only colour used on every row throughout the whole project.
For the beginning I used dark blue and black, alternating the basic stitch with purl stitches. For the rest of the hat I used the basic stitch and alternated the blue colours for every row.
An easy and fun project - I think that Tunisian crochet can be quite addictive ...