Yup, it’s done and full of plastic bags to be recycled.
The 2nd picture shows the tunisian bottom in action.
I’m finding that it works best to use a smaller size of knitting needles/larger tunisian hook. That size difference becomes a a pain if I go back to tunisian, at the end.
This item ended at the top, with a tunisian top edge. I bound this off with a couple of chain loops, then ran a traditional half-double crochet edge around the top and loops.
And it was quite a pain to switch from the smaller slick Turbo needles to the larger sticky Croknit hook. Metal hooks are beginning to appeal to me.