Tunisian Crochet Stitches Arrowhead Square

Looking to practice fun Tunisian crochet stitches. Check out this FREE Tunisian Arrowhead Square crochet blanket square pattern!

Looking to practice fun Tunisian crochet stitches. Check out this FREE Tunisian Arrowhead Square crochet blanket square pattern!

Pin this FREE Tunisian crochet pattern to practice these Tunisian crochet stitches!

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The blanket square crochet pattern is part of the Charity Cozy Fall MAL. Twenty unique knit and crochet square designs are released throughout the month of October 2021 to form a cozy fall blanket. You can find all the MAL info and all the knit square patterns HERE!

Looking to practice fun Tunisian crochet stitches. Check out this FREE Tunisian Arrowhead Square crochet blanket square pattern!
Looking to practice fun Tunisian crochet stitches. Check out this FREE Tunisian Arrowhead Square crochet blanket square pattern!

You can get the free pattern below or grab the Ad-FREE PDF from my Etsy and Ravelry Shops. You can also grab all 20 crochet squares from the Cozy Fall MAL so you don’t have to wait for new squares to be released. 50% from each bundle purchase will be donated to Cure Childhood Cancer! You will also be entered into a raffle to win 1 of 3 epic pirze bundles!

About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner 


Yarn:

Lion Brand Yarn Pound of Love in Cherry  80 yards (Size 4 worsted weight yarn; 454 g/ 16 oz,  1020 yd; 100% acrylic)

Hooks:

10.5 K 6.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook that is at least 12 in. long or with a 12 in. cord

Notions: 


Gauge:

  • Gauge is 15  sts over 13 rows in Tunisian arrowhead stitch for a 4 x 4 in. square using a 6.5 mm hook.


Finished Size:

  • The finished size of the square laid flat is 8 x 8 inches

Pattern Notes:

This pattern is for a fun Tunisian crochet square. It’s the perfect textured square to practice the Tunisian arrowhead stitch! 

  • Pattern rows are Forward pass instructions.
  • The following instructions are implied: 
    • The loop already on the hook at the beginning of the row counts as the first st. 
    • Always Tunisian simple stitch in the last st of the row, being sure to work under both loops of the st.
  • Return Pass: Follow the foundation row and each row with the Return Pass in the same color unless a color change is needed.
    • Return Pass Instructions: Ch 1, *yarn over, pull through two loops; repeat from * until 1 loop remains on the hook.



Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain

Tss: Tunisian simple stitch

Tss2tog: Tunisian simple stitch 2 together

Tfs: Tunisian full stitch

RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

Yo: Yarn over

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Pattern Instructions:

Ch 32

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (32 sts)

Row 2: *Tss2tog, yo. Rep * to last st. Work last st as normal. Normal RetP.

Row 3: *Tss, Tfs in next sp. Rep * to last st. Work last st as normal. Normal RetP.

Repeat rows 2 and 3 until the piece measures 8 inches. Bind off and weave in ends.

You are done! Have any questions? The best way to reach me is via email: [email protected]

Share your square with me on social media using the hashtag #TunisianArrowheadSquare and #CozyFallMAL to enter the MAL Giveaway!


Tag me on Instagram @noorsknits and Facebook @noorsknits1

This is an original pattern from Noor’s Knits, ©2021. Please do not reprint, repost, or sell any parts of this pattern, but feel free to link back to my blog. You are welcome to sell finished items made from this pattern but please kindly link back to my website. Send questions to [email protected]

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Crochet for Charity and Knit for Charity Cozy Fall MakeAlong

A fun charity makealong for Cure Childhood Cancer featuring 20 free knit square patterns and 20 free crochet square patterns.

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A fun charity makealong for Cure Childhood Cancer featuring 20 free knit square patterns and 20 free crochet square patterns.

A fun charity makealong for Cure Childhood Cancer featuring 20 free knit square patterns and 20 free crochet square patterns.

I am so excited to announce that in the month of October, Hortense from Knitting With Chopsticks and I will be hosting the Charity Cozy Fall Makealong! Both of us have personal stories that led us to host this event to create awareness and to raise some funds for the charity Cure Childhood Cancer.

How the Charity Cozy Fall MAL will work:

Each weekday from Oct. 4th to the 29th, we will be sharing free square patterns (one knit and one crochet square) from different designers. Make sure to come to this post and check back each day to see the squares of the day below under the “FREE Crochet Square Patterns” and “FREE Knit Square Patterns” headings.

The blanket that you’ll be making will be a truly special one. All the squares can be donated to a charity from the list provided. That’s not all, you will have the opportunity to donate to Cure Childhood Cancer by purchasing a complete bundle of all the squares at a discounted price. Fifty percent of proceeds from each bundle sale will be donated to Cure Childhood Cancer.

Cure Childhood Cancer’s mission is to help fund research for childhood cancer and support the kids and their families going through these tough times. From meals and counseling to financial assistance, CURE is committed to walking alongside families throughout their cancer journey. You can find more information over on their website here.

MAL PARTICIPATION GIVEAWAY:

The MAL is a great opportunity for you to learn some new stitches and techniques. I hope you’ll follow along and join in on the fun!

Share your squares on social media (Instagram, Facebook groups) with hashtag #CozyFallMAL during the makealong for a chance to win. Make sure to tag us on Instagram @noorsknits and @knittingwithchopsticks so we can see!

Join Noorain’s Facebook Group and share your squares!

Join Hortense’s Facebook Group and share your squares!

MAL Giveaway Prize (valued at $78; one winner):

*This Giveaway is open worldwide!

A fun charity makealong for Cure Childhood Cancer featuring 20 free knit square patterns and 20 free crochet square patterns.

PATTERN BUNDLES

Cozy Fall Crochet and Knit Blanket Squares Pattern Bundles:

Each bundle will be available for $16 (that’s just a few cents per pattern and you get a total of 20 complete square patterns in each bundle!). Save even more when you purchase both the knit and crochet square bundles! You’ll get the second one at just $10!

Fifty percent of proceeds from bundle sales will go towards Cure Childhood Cancer. This is a great opportunity for us to use our crafting skills to raise funds and awareness! By the end of October, you’ll have made 40 completely unique knit and crochet 8” squares by different designers. 

What’s Included in the Bundle?

  • 20 Gorgeous fall inspired crochet square patterns (crochet square bundle) and 20 Gorgeous fall inspired knit square patterns (knit square bundle).
  • Each square is designed for an 8″ square to form the coziest fall blanket. Many patterns include instructions to adjust the size for other projects.
  • Each square is designed in worsted weight yarn so you can use up your stash.
  • Designed with beginners to more advanced crafters in mind to help you expand your crochet and knitting skills. These squares are a great opportunity to learn new skills and try new techniques.

PURCHASE THE COZY FALL KNIT BLANKET SQUARES BUNDLE

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RAFFLE PRIZES: 

Purchase 1 or both pattern bundles, each purchase counts as an entry to win one of the three prize bundles. 3 chances to win. 1st prize, 2nd prize, and 3rd prize. (Open worldwide)

  • 1st Prize: Basic Winding Station from Knit Picks and a $50 Gift card from Furls Crochet (Valued at $160)
  • 2nd Prize: Rooster Yarn Bowl from Darn Good Yarn and the Blocking Tool Starter Kit from Knit Picks (Valued at $100)
  • 3rd Prize: A Crate from Knitcrate and a Complete Snuggle Puff Value Pack from Knit Picks (Valued at $120)
A fun charity makealong for Cure Childhood Cancer featuring 20 free knit square patterns and 20 free crochet square patterns.

Be the FIRST to get your hands on all of the square patterns in one curated bundle! Get a head start on the Makealong while you give back to a great cause!

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Why Cure Childhood Cancer?

If you follow me on Instagram you probably already saw my post but I lost a sweet baby nephew to cancer last year and I would like to honor his memory and do something to give back to other families experiencing hardships as a result of childhood cancer.

Cure Childhood Cancer is a great organization working towards funding research for childhood cancer and supporting the kids and their families going through these tough times. From meals and counseling to financial assistance, CURE is committed to walking alongside families throughout their cancer journey

Cure Childhood Cancer has recently:

Funded $34,000,000 in research

Provided $1,926,727 in Financial Assistance

Served 124,373 Meals in the Hospital

You also have the opportunity to help CURE reach their goals by grabbing one or both of the pattern bundles! Help us make a difference! Remember each purchase counts as an entry into the raffle where you can win 1 of 3 amazing prize bundles!

Where to Donate Finished Squares/Blankets:

Below is a list of organizations where you can donate your finished squares and blankets. You should still contact each organization before sending in the squares just in case they have specific requirements/restrictions regarding Covid safety.

Crochet for Cancer – Find your nearest chapter location, you can send anywhere. Get the complete list of locations HERE and read the full FAQ HERE.

Project LinusClick on the state to find chapter locations where you can donate HERE

Knit for Kids – Find out where to send your completed items by clicking HERE.

When sending your items, please do not use tags, labels or pinning of sizes on any of the items as they will need to be removed prior to shipping.

Please send them to: 

Knit for Kids 

c/o World Vision

210 Overlook Drive

Sewickley PA 15143

Binky patrol – Check out the main website for details HERE

Find your local chapter from the drop down on the upper right hand corner. 

The main chapters are below:

Carolyn Berndt, Director
Binky Patrol
145 North Lemon
Orange, CA 92868

BPHQ
Susan Finch, Founder
PO Box 652
Beaverton, OR 97005

Share-a-Square – Find them on Instagram, send squares to:

14 Box Leaf Court
Greer, SC
29650

Downtowner Gallery
231 East Main St. Suite 160
Round Rock, TX
78664

Compiled from Charity Guide (2021) from Little Johns Yarn

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FREE CROCHET SQUARE PATTERNS:

Pumpkin Crochet Square Pattern by Hortense of Knitting with Chopsticks

Little Acorns Mosaic Crochet Pattern by Sarah of Ned & Mimi

3 Color Square by Tasha of Stardust Gold Crochet

Mocha Square by Suzanne of Crafting Each Day

coffee mug crochet square

Rustling Leaves Square by Michelle of Tales of Knots

Sunburst Square by Claire of King and Eye Co UK

Basic Granny Square Blanket

Autumn Bobble Square by Crochet and Twists

Essa Square by Christaco Design

Fall Waffle Stitch Crochet Square by Carroway Crochet

Waffle Stitch Crochet Square

Tunisian Arrowhead Square by Noorain or Noor’s Knits

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Beanberry Square by Ginger of Yarn Geek

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Marguerite Square by Shannon of the Loophole Fox Crochet

This image shows the Marguerite Square, an olive colored square crochet pattern, laid flat on a textured background of white fabric. A small portion of a yarn skein sits diagonally in the upper left hand corner and a wooden crochet hook sits diagonally across the right hand corner of the square.

Acorn Square by Helen of Sunflower Cottage Crochet

Crochet Moss Stitch Blanket Square by Olga of My Crochet Space

Rudbeckia Square by Veronika of Blue Star Crochet Company

C2C Cluster Square by Agat of Made By Gootie

Falling Leaves Granny Square by Alex of You Should Craft



FREE KNIT SQUARE PATTERNS:

X Marks the Spot Knit Square by Hortense of Knitting with Chopsticks

Arcadia Square by April of Banana Moon Studio

Crema Square by Crystal of Christa Co Design

Woodfire Square by Mary Beth of Hooked 4 Life LLC

Woodfire Square free knit pattern from Hooked for Life Publishing

Plaid Spooky Square by Shehla of The Blue Elephants

Of Cables and Bobbles by Katherine of Jojodabom

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Fall Cable Square by A Box of Twine

Fall Cable 8 inch Square Knit Pattern - finished square on fur

Seeds of Love Afghan Square by Wandering Hoof Ranch

C2C Herringbone Stitch Square by Made by Gootie

Mossinette Square by Noorain of Noor’s Knits

Autumn Weave Square by Ginger of Yarn Geek

Free Knit Pattern for today!

Zig Zag Seed Square by Noorain of Noor’s Knits

Bianca Square by Christaco Design

White blanket square knitting pattern on blue background.

Swallowtail Square by Alison of Claire De Lune Fiber Arts

Vines and Bobbles Square by Stacy of Handmade by Stacy J

To Be Murphy Square by Katherine of Jojodabom

Talimena Knit Blanket Square by April of Banana Moon Studio


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Colorblock Crochet Wrap Pattern Colors of the Wind Wrap

Practice some fun Tunisian crochet stitches with this FREE Tunisian colorblock crochet wrap pattern as part of Furls Crochet Blog Hop!

Practice some fun Tunisian crochet stitches with this FREE Tunisian colorblock crochet wrap pattern as part of Furls Crochet Blog Hop!

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This pattern was designed in collaboration with Furls Crochet for the Furls Crochet Blog Hop 2021, make sure you check out the rest of the FREE patterns HERE.

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Design Inspiration behind this FREE Colorblock Crochet Wrap Pattern

I’m sure many of you have watched Pocahontas growing up and although we probably didn’t truly grasp the important message behind the movie when we were younger, it was a favorite for many of us. My absolute favorite song from the movie was of course Colors of the Wind from the picturization to the beautiful lyrics, everything was beautiful. When I signed up for this blog event, I had no idea I would end up here. I knew I wanted to design a wearable accessory but that was pretty much it.

Enter Wander Palette Packs! These palettes are all SO gorgeous from the shine to the softness and come in so many amazing color combinations. Of course, my favorite was the Autumn Palette Pack, I am a sucker for jewel and warm tones and anything FALL! So this palette was PERFECT. As my design ideas evolved, I wanted to somehow showcase a spiral of colors and that led me to the Colors of the Wind song and I drew inspiration from the swirling of colors throughout the song to bring you this gorgeous FREE Tunisian color block crochet wrap pattern. I am beyond thrilled with how this Tunisian crochet wrap pattern turned out! I hope you love making it as much as I did!

Since my design is heavily inspired by a song that speaks to the struggles of the Native American people, I would like to urge you all to read the following articles and donate to the charities mentioned if you can to support their cause.

6 Native American and Indigenous Charities to Donate to for Indigenous Peoples’ Day & Thanksgiving

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About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Advanced-Beginner 

Materials needed for this Colorblock Crochet Wrap Pattern


Yarn:

Furls Crochet Wander Palette Pack in Autumn:

Size 4 worsted weight; 3.5 oz /100g, 120 yds/ 109 m; 100% acrylic; This pattern requires 120 yards of each color

V – Velvet 

S – Snow  

T – Thatch

D – Dragonfruit

A – Ambrosia

Purchase the complete Wander Palette Pack HERE or mix and match individual skeins HERE

 Hook:

  • Size J 6.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook (Padauk ad Ebony as seen below)

Grab a Furls Tunisian crochet hook HERE

Notions: 


Gauge:

  • Gauge is 18 sts over 10 rows in Tunisian simple stitch for a 4 x 4 in. square.

Finished Size:

  • The wrap is 64 in. long by 14 in. wide 

Pattern Notes:

This pattern is for an advanced beginner textured Tunisian crochet color block wrap! It’s the perfect accessory for your Fall wardrobe. Practice some basic Tunisian crochet stitches while creating a cozy wrap!

  • Pattern rows are Forward pass instructions.
  • The following instructions are implied: 
    • The loop already on the hook at the beginning of the row counts as the first st. 
    • Always Tunisian simple stitch in the last st of the row, being sure to work under both loops of the st.
  • Return Pass: Follow the foundation row and each row with the Return Pass in the same color unless a color change is needed.
    • Return Pass Instructions: Ch 1, *yarn over, pull through two loops; repeat from * until 1 loop remains on the hook.

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Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain

Tss: Tunisian simple stitch

Tps: Tunisian purl stitch

Tks: Tunisian knit stitch

RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

Pattern Instructions for this Colorblock Crochet Wrap Pattern

Note: This pattern is worked bottom-up from Section A to O

Color Chart Sections H to O:

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Color Chart Sections A to H

Practice some fun Tunisian crochet stitches with this FREE Tunisian colorblock crochet wrap pattern as part of Furls Crochet Blog Hop!

Stitch Guide:

Section A – Honeycomb

Section B – Simple Stitch

Section C – Knit Stitch

Section D – Simple Stitch

Section E – Honeycomb

Section F – Simple Stitch

Section G – Knit Stitch

Section H – Simple Stitch

Section H= Simple stitch

Section I= Honeycomb 

Section J= Honeycomb

Section K= Honeycomb

Section L= Honeycomb

Section M= Simple Stitch

Section N= Knit stitch

Section O= Honeycomb

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Pattern Instructions:

Ch 58

Section A begins (Completed in the color Snow)

Note: Remember to alternate stitches (ex. If there is a purl st below, do a simple stitch, and vice versa). Refer to video tutorial for help.

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (58 sts)

Row 2: (Tss, Tps)* rep * across. Complete normal RetP. 

Row 3: (Tps, Tss)* rep * across. Complete normal RetP.

Rows 4 and 5: Repeat rows 2 and 3.

Row 6: Repeat row 2.

Continue in simple stitch for the color Thatch and the honeycomb pattern for Snow following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Tunisian simple stitch: Pick up a loop in each st across and complete a normal RetP.

Section B begins (completed in the color Thatch in Tunisian simple stitch)

Row 7: (T) x 2, (S) x 56

Row 8: (T) x 4, (S) x 54

Row 9: (T) x 7, (S) x 51

Row 10: (T) x 11, (S) x 47

Row 11: (T) x 16, (S) x 42

Row 12: (T) x 22, (S) x 36

Row 13: (T) x 29, (S) x 29

Row 14: (T) x 37, (S) x 21

Row 15: (T) x 46, (S) x 12

Row 16 and 17: (T) x 58

Section C begins (completed in the Dragonfruit color in Tunisian knit stitch). Continue in the knit stitch pattern for Dragonfruit and simple stitch for Thatch following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Tunisian knit stitch: Insert hook into back of work (do not go into the vertical bar) and pull up a loop across. Normal RetP across. Refer to video tutorial above.

Row 18: (D) x 2, (T) x 56

Row 19: (D) x 5, (T) x 53

Row 20: (D) x 9, (T) x 49

Row 21: (D) x 14, (T) x 44

Row 22: (D) x 20, (T) x 38

Row 23: (D) x 27, (T) x 31

Row 24: (D) x 35, (T) x 23

Row 25: (D) x 44, (T) x 14

Rows 26 to 28: (D) x 58

Section D Begins (Completed in Ambrosia in Tunisian simple stitch). Continue in the simple stitch for Ambrosia and knit stitch for Dragonfruit following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Row 29: (A) x 2, (D) x 56

Row 30: (A) x 4, (D) x 54

Row 31: (A) x 8, (D) x 50

Row 32: (A) x 13, (D) x 45

Row 33: (A) x 19, (D) x 39

Row 34: (A) x 26, (D) x 32

Row 35: (A) x 34, (D) x 24

Row 36: (A) x 43, (D) x 15

Rows 37 to 39: (A) x 58

Section E Begins (Completed in Velvet in Honeycomb stitch). Continue in the honeycomb stitch for Velvet and simple stitch for Ambrosia following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Row 40: (V) x 2, (A) x 56

Row 41: (V) x 5, (A) x 53

Row 42: (V) x 11, (A) x 47

Row 43: (V) x 18, (A) x 40

Row 44: (V) x 26, (A) x 32

Row 45: (V) x 35, (A) x 23

Rows 46 to 58: (V) x 58

Section F Begins (Completed in Ambrosia in simple stitch). Continue in the simple stitch for Ambrosia and honeycomb stitch for Velvet following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Row 59: (A) x 2, (V) x 56

Row 60: (A) x 5, (V) x 53

Row 61: (A) x 9, (V) x 49

Row 62: (A) x 14, (V) x 44

Row 63: (A) x 20, (V) x 38

Row 64: (A) x 27, (V) x 31

Row 65: (A) x 35, (V) x 23

Row 66: (A) x 44, (V) x 14

Rows 67 and 68: (A) x 58

Section G Begins (Completed in Dragonfruit in knit stitch). Continue in the knit stitch for Dragonfruit and simple stitch for Ambrosia following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Row 69: (D) x 2, (A) x 56

Row 70: (D) x 7, (A) x 51

Row 71: (D) x 13, (A) x 45

Row 72: (D) x 20, (A) x 38

Row 73: (D) x 28, (A) x 30

Row 74: (D) x 37, (A) x 21

Row 75: (D) x 46, (A) x 12

Row 76: (D) x 58

Section H Begins (Completed in Thatch in simple stitch). Continue in the simple stitch for Thatch and knit stitch for Dragonfruit following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Row 77: (T) x 2, (D) x 56

Row 78: (T) x 5, (D) x 53

Row 79: (T) x 9, (D) x 49

Row 80: (T) x 14, (D) x 44

Row 81: (T) x 20, (D) x 38

Row 82: (T) x 27, (D) x 31

Row 83: (T) x 35, (D) x 23

Row 84: (T) x 44, (D) x 14

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Since my design is heavily inspired by a song that speaks to the struggles of the Native American people, I would like to urge you all to read the following articles and donate to the charities mentioned if you can to support their cause.

6 Native American and Indigenous Charities to Donate to for Indigenous Peoples’ Day & Thanksgiving

11 Indigenous Organizations to Support in Canada

Colors of the Wind Wrap Sections H to O color chart begins.

Row 85: (T) x 58

Section I Begins (Completed in Snow in Honeycomb stitch). Continue in the simple stitch for Thatch following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Row 86: (S) x 2, (T) x 56

Row 87: (S) x 5, (T) x 53

Row 88: (S) x 11, (T) x 47

Row 89: (S) x 18, (T) x 40

Row 90: (S) x 26, (T) x 32

Row 91: (S) x 35, (T) x 23

Row 92: (S) x 45, (T) x 13

Rows 93 to 95: (S) x 58

Section J Begins (Completed in Ambrosia in Honeycomb stitch). Continue in the honeycomb stitch for Snow following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Row 96: (A) x 1, (S) x 57

Row 97: (A) x 3, (S) x 55

Row 98: (A) x 7, (S) x 51

Row 99: (A) x 12, (S) x 46

Row 100: (A) x 18, (S) x 40

Row 101: (A) x 25, (S) x 33

Row 102: (A) x 33, (S) x 25

Row 103: (A) x 42, (S) x 16

Row 104: (A) x 52, (S) x 6

Row 105: (A) x 58

Section K Begins (Completed in Dragonfruit in Honeycomb stitch). Continue in the honeycomb stitch for Ambrosia following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Row 106: (D) x 1, (A) x 57

Row 107: (D) x 3, (A) x 55

Row 108: (D) x 6, (A) x 52

Row 109: (D) x 10, (A) x 48

Row 110: (D) x 15, (A) x 43

Row 111: (D) x 21, (A) x 37

Row 112: (D) x 28, (A) x 30

Row 113: (D) x 36, (A) x 22

Row 114: (D) x 45, (A) x 13

Section L Begins (Completed in Thatch in Honeycomb stitch). Continue in the honeycomb stitch for Dragonfruit following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Row 115: (T) x 1, (D) x 57

Row 116: (T) x 4, (D) x 54

Row 117: (T) x 8, (D) x 50

Row 118: (T) x 13, (D) x 45

Row 119: (T) x 19, (D) x 39

Row 120: (T) x 26, (D) x 32

Row 121: (T) x 34, (D) x 24

Row 122: (T) x 43, (D) x 15

Rows 123 and 124: (T) x 58

Section M Begins (Completed in Velvet in Simple stitch). Continue in the honeycomb stitch for Thatch following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Row 125: (V) x 1, (T) x 57

Row 126: (V) x 4, (T) x 54

Row 127: (V) x 9, (T) x 49

Row 128: (V) x 15, (T) x 43

Row 129: (V) x 21, (T) x 37

Row 130: (V) x 29, (T) x 29

Row 131: (V) x 38, (T) x 20

Row 132: (V) x 47, (T) x 11

Rows 133 and 134: (V) x 58

Section N Begins (Completed in Ambrosia in Knit stitch). Continue in the simple stitch for Velvet following color changes from the color chart and written instructions below.

Row 135: (A) x 1, (V) x 57

Row 136: (A) x 3, (V) x 55

Row 137: (A) x 7, (V) x 51

Row 138: (A) x 12, (V) x 46

Row 139: (A) x 18, (V) x 40

Row 140: (A) x 25, (V) x 33

Row 141: (A) x 34, (V) x 24

Row 142: (A) x 43, (V) x 15

Row 143: (A) x 58

Section O Begins (Completed in Snow in Honeycomb stitch). Complete all remaining rows in Honeycomb stitch.

Rows 144 to 157: (S) x 58

Finishing touches for this Color block crochet scarf:
Attach fringe using remaining yarn: Cut 8 in. pieces and fold and attach to short edges of the wrap. Steam block and trim fringe.

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You are done! Have any questions? The best way to reach me is via email: [email protected]. Share your finished wrap with me on social media using the hashtag #ColorsoftheWindWrap for a chance to be featured! Tag me on Instagram @noorsknits and on Facebook @noorsknits1

This is an original pattern from Noor’s Knits, ©2021. Please do not reprint, repost, or sell any parts of this pattern, but feel free to link back to my blog. You are welcome to sell finished items made from this pattern but please kindly link back to my website. Send questions to [email protected]

If you enjoyed this pattern, be sure to check out more of my Tunisian crochet patterns such as the Tunisian Giving Scarf or check out my latest release in honor of Granny Square Weekend from last weekend, the Basanti Vest pattern.

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Granny Square Vest DIY – Granny Square Day 2021

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If you’re looking for unique and fun granny square vest patterns, you are in the right place. Keep reading for how to make this fun culturally inspired vintage granny square vest pattern and Happy Granny Square Day!

Before I begin this blog post, a HUGE shoutout to my friend Christina from City Bright Knits for looking over the pattern and providing me feedback super fast with short notice! Christina is queen of granny squares, please give her a follow over on Instagram HERE.

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Design Inspiration – Crochet Granny Square Vest Pattern FREE:

Introducing a culturally-inspired crop granny square vest crochet pattern! Welcome the #BasantiVest!

A little bit of background: Rang De Basanti in Hindi translates to “color me saffron.” The orange saffron color is an integral piece of the Indian flag and it represents courage and bravery! The green in the flag represents the fertility of the land and white represents peace and unity. The blue wheel symbolizes the sky and the ocean.

When I tell people I’m Muslim, they automatically assume I’m from Pakistan and it’s frustrating because I’m a proud Hyderabadi Indian and I love my culture! I made this vest in honor of that love for India and its rich culture but also to make a statement because Muslims are being discriminated against by Hindu nationalists all over India simply for being Muslim and it needs to stop.

A few accounts you can follow to learn more about the discrimination and support the cause: Rana Ayyub on both Instagram and Twitter; Siasat Daily; Hindutva Watch; and if you have the means please donate to Indian American Muslim Council. Also, a shout out to my cousin Zafar for providing this info, give him a follow on Twitter @DeccaniBhai where he shares tidbits of comedy along with political commentary on the Middle East/North Africa and South Asian politics.

Mohey mohey tu rang de Basanti! Let’s put on our Basanti Vest and be courageous and brave, stand up for what’s right, and teach kindness always! Don’t let politics create this divide in our beautiful India!

I brought in classic elements like the sheeshas (mirrors) and gold metallic tassels because I love them so much! This granny square vest design has been on my mind for several months, I thought it would be perfect for #GrannySquareDay which falls on Aug. 15th this year which is also India’s Independence Day!

Note: The Basanti Vest instructions below are a rough recipe, this pattern has not been tech edited or tested so please let me know if you see any issues and I will correct them as soon as possible! I am also offering an ad-free PDF but for a very low price considering this is a garment (if I had tech edited or tested this pattern it would be $6+ but I am offering it for just $3 right now). Instructions for how to customize fit are provided.

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About the Pattern – Granny Square Vest Tutorial:

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner  


Yarn:

Lily Sugar N Cream Cotton Super Size Ball (Size 4 weight; 4 oz./ 113 g, 190 yds; 100% cotton)

Hot Orange – 950 yards; Purchase it on Amazon or at JoAnn

White – 380 yards; Purchase it on Amazon or at JoAnn

Rainforest/Dark Pine – 760 yards; Purchase it on Amazon or at JoAnn

Black – 570 yards; Purchase it on Amazon or at JoAnn

Aunt Lydia’s Metallic Crochet Thread in Gold  (Size 10 crochet thread; 3 ply; 100 yds; 88% mercerized cotton, 12% acrylic) – 100 yards; Purchase it on Amazon or at JoAnn

 Hook:

Notions: 

Gauge:

  • Each granny square measures 4 x 4 in.

Finished Size:

  • The vest is 13 in. long by 18 in. wide. Instructions to customize fit are provided below. Fits a chest circumference of 38 in. This size took a total of 18 granny squares and 6 triangles to complete.

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Pattern Notes for Granny Square Vest Crochet:


Note: The instructions provided are for a crop-length easy crochet granny square vest, you will need more granny squares/more yardage for a full-length vest.

     For the Tunisian crochet triangles:

  • Pattern rows are Forward pass instructions.
  • The following instructions are implied: 
    • The loop already on the hook at the beginning of the row counts as the first st. 
    • Always Tunisian simple stitch in the last st of the row, being sure to work under both loops of the st.
  • Return Pass: Follow the foundation row and each row with the Return Pass.
    • Return Pass Instructions: Ch 1, *yarn over, pull through two loops; repeat from * until 1 loop remains on the hook.
  • NOTE: Your squares and triangles may be slightly smaller or bigger depending on your tension (how tightly or loosely you hold the yarn)

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Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain

Sc: Single crochet

Dc: Double crochet

Tr: Treble crochet

Sl st: Slip stitch

Tss: Tunisian simple stitch

Tks: Tunisian knit stitch

Inc: Increase

RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

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Before you begin, you will need the following measurements to make this Granny Square Vest pattern.

Below is a table from craft yarn council with some basic women’s measurements for reference (as seen on https://www.craftyarncouncil.com/standards/woman-size):

SizeX–SmallSmallMediumLargeX–Large
Chest (in.) 28–3032–3436–3840–4244–46
Back Waist16½1717¼17½17¾
Armhole depth6–6½6½–77–7½7½–88–8½
Waist23–2425–26½28–3032–3436–38


Size cont.
2X3X4X5X
Chest (in.)48–5052–5456–5860–62
Back Waist181818½18½
Armhole depth8½–99–9½9½–1010–10½
Waist40–4244–4546–4749–50

Craft Yarn Council reference for how to take measurements: https://www.craftyarncouncil.com/standards/body-sizing 

Chest/Bust Circumference – Measure around the fullest part of the chest/bust. Do not draw the tape too tightly. 

Back Waist Length- Measure from the most prominent bone at base of neck to the natural waistline. I measured the crop length (from my neck to the midpoint of my back).

Armhole Depth- Measure from the top outside edge of the shoulder down to the armpit.

Waist circumference: Measure your waist at the smaller circumference of your natural waist, usually just above the belly button.

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GRANNY SQUARE VEST SCHEMATIC

Granny Square Vest Recipe: Important calculations before you begin making this crochet granny square vest

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GRANNY SQUARE VEST BACK WAIST LENGTH

This is the measurement from your neck to your waist. If you want a cropped vest, take the measurement from your neck to mid-back.

Divide your back waist length by 4 to find out the number of granny squares you need to make the length of your vest. 

This is how many granny squares you need to make up the back waist length, note the number here:       .

EXAMPLE CALCULATION FOR BACK WAIST LENGTH:

Cropped Back waist length was 12 in. Divide 12 in. by 4 to get the total number of granny squares to make the length of vest: 3 granny squares.

I needed a total of 3 granny squares to make the length of the vest.

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GRANNY SQUARE VEST BACK PANEL:

Divide your waist circumference by 2 to find out your panel width, note the number here:      .  Subtract 2 from this number to account for the border (border will add about 2 in.). Note the number here:     . Divide this number by 4 to find out the number of granny squares you need to make the width of the back of your vest. Note the number here:     . Multiply by the number of granny squares you need to make the back waist length. Note the number here:    . Subtract 2 from this number and note it here (subtracted 2 because we will replace 2 squares with triangles to give some shaping):    . 

This is how many granny squares you will need for the back panel, Note the number here:     . 

EXAMPLE CALCULATION FOR BACK PANEL: 

Waist circumference was 37 in. So 37 divided by 2 = 18.5 in. rounded up to 19 in. 19 minus 2 to account for the border, 17 in. 17 divided by 4 = 4.25 rounded down to 4. A total of 4 granny squares are needed to complete the width of the back panel. 4 granny squares across multiplied by 3 granny squares for length= 12 granny squares total. 12 – 2 = 10 granny squares in total for the back panel (subtracted 2 because we will replace 2 squares with triangles to give some shaping). I made two Tunisian crochet triangles for the armhole shaping, you could make granny triangles instead if you would like. 

Make two Tunisian crochet triangles or granny triangles.

Tunisian crochet triangle:

Ch 2, complete a foundation row

Inc middle st by completing Tunisian knit stitch (refer to video tutorial above)  until you have 15 sts, sc around doing (sc, ch1, sc) into corners, sl st and cut yarn

Granny triangle video reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_EHSvcWblQ  

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GRANNY SQUARE VEST FRONT PANELS:

Divide chest/bust measurement by 4 to find out how many inches each front panel should be across. Note the number here:    . Divide this number by 4 to find out how many granny squares make up each front panel width. Multiply by the number of granny squares needed for back waist length. Note the number here:    .  Subtract two from this number to get the total number of granny squares for ONE front panel. 

This is the total number of granny squares you will need for one front panel, note the number here:   .

Make two granny triangles for each front panel.

Make two extra granny squares for inside pockets.

EXAMPLE CALCULATION FOR FRONT PANELS

Chest circumference was 38 in. 38 in. divided by 4= 9.5 in. makes up the panel width. 9.5 in. divided by 4 in.= 2.375 rounded down to 2. A total of 2 granny squares make up the front panel width. Multiply 2 by the number of squares needed to complete the back waist length which was 3. 2 x 3= 6 granny squares total needed for the front panel. Subtract 2 from this number (because we will be replacing 2 squares with 2 triangles for the armhole and neck shaping), 6 -2 = 4 granny squares needed to complete the front panel. Make 2 granny triangles to add the shaping for the neckline and armhole. 

Total of 4 granny squares and 2 granny triangles are needed to complete ONE panel.

Remember to repeat for the second panel. 

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Pattern Instructions:

Granny Square:

Make a magic circle. 3 dc into circle, ch 2, 3 dc into circle, ch2, 3 dc into circle, ch2, 3 dc into circle, ch 2, sl st into first dc.

Going into previous ch2 space, complete (3 dc, ch1, 3 dc)* ch 2 rep* around into each ch 2 space followed by a ch 2. Sl. st into the first dc.

Complete 3 dc into previous ch 2 space, ch 2, (3 dc, ch1, 3 dc)* ch 2 rep into corners, completing 3 dc into middle ch 2 spaces.

Sc evenly around to create a border.

Granny Triangle Video reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_EHSvcWblQ 


Tunisian crochet triangle:

Ch 2, complete a foundation row

Inc middle st by completing Tunisian knit stitch (refer to the video tutorial above)  until you have 15 sts, sc around doing (sc, ch1, sc) into corners, sl st and cut yarn

Whip st squares and triangles with black yarn as shown below. Sew pockets on the inside of the front panels.

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Joining and Finishing Touches:

Using black yarn, sew along the top and sides to join the back and front panels (sew from top point to the middle point of the outer triangles) and along the sides, leaving enough space for the armhole, I left an opening of about 8 inches.

With black yarn, Treble crochet border around the bottom of the vest. Leave a 6 in. tail and cut yarn.

With black yarn, Sc border around front panels and along the neckline. Leave a 6 in. tail and cut yarn.

With black yarn, Sc around the armhole. Leave a 6 in. tail and cut yarn.

Weave in all loose ends.

Attach gold metallic crochet thread short tassels in every other st around the bottom of the vest, I made the tassels about 2 to 3 in. Make sure these are secure, you could use a glue gun or tie knots to secure the tassels.

Embroider sheeshas/mirrors as seen on center points and corners of granny squares and triangles (see diagram for reference).

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You are done! Have any questions? The best way to reach me is via email: [email protected]. Share your finished vest with me on social media using the hashtag #BasantiVest for a chance to be featured! Tag me on Instagram @noorsknits and on Facebook @noorsknits1

This is an original pattern from Noor’s Knits, ©2021. Please do not reprint, repost, or sell any parts of this pattern, but feel free to link back to my blog. You are welcome to sell finished items made from this pattern but please kindly link back to my website. Send questions to [email protected]

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Crochet Wall Hanging Pattern Free Minimalist Wall Hanging

Crochet Wall Hanging pattern – Perfect for Stash-busting!

Use up your yarn stash with this free crochet wall hanging pattern. This crochet wall hanging is great to practice Tunisian crochet stitches.

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If you’re looking for a fun and free crochet wall hanging pattern (a great way to use up all that scrap yarn you have lying around). I’ve got the perfect project for you. I discovered how great the honeycomb stitch looks when paired with any yarn and I haven’t been able to stop using it for all my Tunisian crochet projects. Here I’ve made some fun mini wall hangings that are perfect for beginner Tunisian crocheters because you can practice all the basic stitches as you learn how to crochet a small rectangle using new Tunisian crochet skills!

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If you are on the hunt for a free crochet wall hanging pattern, this pattern is the perfect crochet wall hanging for beginners. It’s the perfect wall hanging pattern to practice the basic Tunisian crochet stitches while doing some stash busting. Add a minimalist touch to your baby’s nursery decor or add some brightness to your kid’s room, or make it in neutral colors to add a rustic touch to your home decor with this yarn stash-busting project! With its range from crochet nursery decor to crochet home decor, it’s the perfect crochet wall hanging tutorial.

The best part is you can personalize it any way you like with the colors you choose and the design you choose to embroider on it making it a fun freeform crochet wall hanging pattern! I’ve also included a full crochet wall hanging YouTube tutorial from start to finish. The PDF includes complete color chart for all three designs seen in the pictures!

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Materials

Yarn:

Color AMighty Stitch Yarn in Chocolate (50 yards) (80% acrylic 20% superwash wool; 100 g; 208 yards)
Color BMighty Stitch Yarn in Cream (20 yards) (80% acrylic 20% superwash wool; 100 g/ 208 yards)

Note: As this is a stash-busting project, you can use any worsted size 4 yarn, size of the finished project may vary slightly due to slight differences in the composition of yarn and the resulting gauge.

About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Beginner 

Hooks: Size I 9 (5.5 mm) Tunisian crochet hook or straight hook that is at least 8 in. long. If you’re looking for a beautiful straight wood hook, I love my Furls Tunisian crochet Maple and Ebony hook which you can grab here. Or if you want a full set, get my favorite Bamboo Clover Takumi Interchangeable Tunisian Crochet Hook set here.

US I9 5.5 mm crochet hook (optional – makes the last wooden dowel part easier), I love my Clover soft-grip hook, get it here.

Notions: 
Yarn needle
Scissors
Measuring Tape
6 in. by ¼ in. diameter wooden dowel

Gauge:
Gauge is 5 st. over 4 rows in Tunisian Honeycomb Stitch for a 1 x 1 in. square

Finished Size:
The finished wall hanging size is 3.5 in. wide by 12 in. in length with fringe. 

Crochet Wall Hanging Pattern Notes:

  • Pattern rows are Forward pass instructions.
  • The following instructions are implied: 
    • The loop already on the hook at the beginning of the row counts as the first st. 
    • Always Tunisian simple stitch in the last st of the row, being sure to work under both loops of the st.
  • Return Pass: Follow the foundation row and each row with the Return Pass in the same color unless a color change is needed.
    • Return Pass Instructions: Ch 1, *yarn over, pull through two loops; repeat from * until 1 loop remains on the hook.

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Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain
Tss: Tunisian simple stitch
Tps:
Tunisian purl stitch
RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

Crochet Wall Hanging Pattern Instructions:

Note: The stitch count should be 19 at the end of each row.


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Ch 19 with yarn.

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (19 sts) 

Row 2: Tss into first stitch (Tps, Tss)* complete * across and complete a normal RetP. 

Row 3: Tps into first stitch (Tss, Tps)* complete * across and complete a normal RetP. 

Rows 4 to 9: Repeat Rows 2 and 3 until piece measures 9 inches

Do not bind off, attach wooden dowel as seen in pattern video, leaving a 6 in. tail, cut yarn. 

Diagonal Design

With the right side of the rectangle facing you, leaving a 6 in. tail, start weaving the contrasting color yarn diagonally through the simple stitches as seen below. Skip a row in between each diagonal line as seen below. Repeat with more pieces of yarn. Weave in all loose ends into the wrong side. The pattern PDF includes color charts for each variation (diagonal stripes, arrows, or the diagonal and mountain as shown in the pattern video).

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Arrowhead Design:

With the right side of the rectangle facing you, leaving a 6 in. tail, start weaving the contrasting color yarn in arrowheads through the simple stitches as seen below. Skip a row in between each arrowhead as seen below. Repeat with more pieces of yarn. Weave in all loose ends into the wrong side.

Optional: Steam block for a smoother finish. You can find a full steam blocking tutorial here.

You are done! Have any questions? The best way to reach me is via email: [email protected]

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Free Crochet Food Pattern Saeed the Samosa

Looking for a free crochet food pattern?! Try your hand at this cute Tunisian crochet Samosa pattern with a full video tutorial!

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Looking for a free crochet food pattern?! Try your hand at this cute Tunisian crochet Samosa pattern with a full video tutorial!

If you’re looking for free crochet food patterns, you are in the right place! Although I have made other types of crochet amigurumi patterns before, I have never really designed any amigurumi food crochet patterns. That’s why I am super excited to be sharing this free Tunisian crochet pattern with you all!

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Make sure you check out this super cute crochet food pattern for Saeed the Samosa

I have always been intimidated by crochet food amigurumi but I just couldn’t help myself with this idea! Ramadan has officially started and one tradition that really takes me back is preparing Samosas the same way my mom used to in preparation for Ramadan so we could enjoy them when we break our fast. That’s why I decided to make a fun pattern out of this simple Tunisian Crochet Samosa pattern and hence Saeed the Samosa was born!

Saeed means happy in Arabic and this little guy certainly makes me happy so I thought it would be a perfect name for him!

When I started writing this post I searched to see if a Samosa had already been shared as part of any crochet food toys free patterns and I couldn’t find one in Tunisian crochet. This is the perfect pattern to get started with Tunisian simple stitch!

Materials:

Yarn:

Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran in soft fudge, 32 yards (Aran Size 4 weight; 1.7 oz./50 g, 93 yds/85 m; 100% cotton) and scrap yarn in black or red for embroidering the mouth. If you would like to embroider eyes you will need some extra scrap black yarn.

The Dishie cotton yarn in the colorway Linen and Black from We Crochet Official would be nice alternatives. Grab some Dishie yarn here.

Hook:

5.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook, check out my favorite Clover Takumi Interchangeable Set here, or grab a Chaiagoo straight 5.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook here.

Notions:


Yarn needle
Tape measure
Polyfil stuffing
Scissors
Two 12 mm Safety eyes

Gauge:

  • Gauge is 4 sts over 3 rows in Tunisian simple stitch for a 1 x 1 in. square.

Finished Size:

  • The samosa size is 5 in. long by 2.5 in. wide 

Pattern Notes:

This pattern is for a simple beginner-friendly Tunisian crochet Samosa. Saeed means happy in Arabic so I thought that would be the perfect name for this little guy because he makes me so happy! Samosas are an important food in my house, they take me back to my childhood when my mom used to make Samosas in preparation for Ramadan. I decided to share a cute amigurumi inspired by this sentiment as the month of Ramadan has just started! I’ve also included a rough recipe for the Samosas at the end of the blog post!

It’s the perfect beginner project for a cute pretend play toy for your little ones! Each Samosa is made with approximately 32 yards which means you can make 3 samosas from just one skein of yarn.

  • Pattern rows are Forward pass instructions.
  • The following instructions are implied: 
    • The loop already on the hook at the beginning of the row counts as the first st. 
    • Always Tunisian simple stitch in the last st of the row, being sure to work under both loops of the st.
  • Return Pass: Follow the foundation row and each row with the Return Pass in the same color unless a color change is needed.
    • Return Pass Instructions: Ch 1, *yarn over, pull through two loops; repeat from * until 1 loop remains on the hook.
  • NOTE: Your Samosa may be slightly smaller or bigger depending on your tension (how tightly or loosely you hold the yarn)

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Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain

Tss: Tunisian simple stitch

RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

Free Crochet Food Pattern – Saeed the Samosa Pattern Instructions:

Ch 15 

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (15 sts)

Row 2: Tss across. Complete normal RetP as above (15 sts).  

Repeat Row 2 until the piece measures 9.5 inches. 

Bind off and cut yarn leaving an 18 to 20 in. tail. Turn the piece over with the wrong side facing. Take a small ball of Polyfil stuffing and roll it up and place it at the bottom of the rectangle along with any small tails. With the Polyfil inside, fold into a Samosa shape as seen below. 

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Assembly and Final Touches

Sew the bind off edge to the Samosa to close. Weave the remaining tail through the Samosa to the top corner and sew along that edge. You should have a little pocket. This is where you will add safety eyes and embroider the mouth. Take the safety eyes and place them near the third row from the top aligning them together. Take the scrap piece of black yarn and embroider a mouth making a V centered between the eyes. 

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You are done! Have any questions? The best way to reach me is via email: [email protected]. Share your finished Samosa with me on social media using the hashtag #SaeedtheSamosa for a chance to be featured! Tag me on Instagram @noorsknits and on Facebook @noorsknits1

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Samosa Recipe:

Ingredients:
1 lb ground beef
1 medium-sized onion chopped
1 tbsp ginger garlic paste
1 tsp ground cumin
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1 1/2 tsp salt or to taste
1 tsp ground coriander
1 tsp garam masala
A handful of cilantro chopped
TYJ Spring Roll Pastry Sheets
1/4 cup flour with enough water to make a sticky paste

First, heat 2 tbsp oil in a deep pan or pot and stir fry your chopped onions till they are slightly brown, add ginger garlic paste and fry for a minute. Next, add the ground beef and the rest of the spices, cilantro, and stir fry the beef until it is brown and thoroughly cooked.

The pastry sheets you use will make a difference in how crispy the samosas are so make sure you grab these exact spring roll pastry sheets. Trust me, my mom has tried and tested others but this one is the one that always comes out perfect.

First, cut the stack of pastry sheets in half and wrap half of the stack in a damp paper towel until you’re ready to use it. Then, immediately use the other half working quickly so the sheets don’t dry up and add two tablespoons of the ground beef to the bottom of the sheet and wrap as seen in the tutorial video! Seal the edges with the flour paste to close the samosa.

Stick them on a tray or plate and place them in the freezer for 20 minutes. Remove and make portions to freeze. Take out as needed and either fry or bake the samosas (400 F for 20 minutes). This year I have been air frying them at 390 F for 15 minutes and they are turning out perfectly crispy!

I hope you enjoy making both types of samosas! Both methods are quite addictive!

Watch this space because I have a whole culturally-inspired crochet food set planned inspired by the foods we break our fast with! In the meantime make sure you check out my other fun Tunisian crochet patterns such as the Tunisian Football Stuffie or try out the Bubsy the Bunny pattern!

Crochet Cable Square Pattern Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern

Crochet cable square pattern, free Tunisian crochet pattern.
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I haven’t really dived into crochet cable patterns yet and this is the first time I am sharing one and I am so excited! Have you tried the Tunisian crochet cable stitch? It is so fun to do and it creates a beautiful texture.

If you are here in search for crochet cable squares, I have just the pattern for you! This pattern is for a free Tunisian crochet cable blanket square

My friend Arunima of the @knitterknotter is hosting an amazing Tunisian crochet Blaket CAL 2021 that runs for the entire year and includes a new Tunisian crochet square pattern every 2 weeks!

Give this free Tunisian crochet cable square pattern a try! A mix of the honeycomb and cable crochet stitches creates a beautiful texture!

I love the pop of texture this braided cable crochet stitch gives against the purl stitches. The alternating panels of Tunisian knit and purl stitches really create a beautiful design. The panel of honeycomb in the middle just adds a nice touch! I had to include the Tunisian honeycomb stitch because it’s one of my favorites Tunisian crochet stitches!

If you’re looking for a fun crochet cable granny square, this is a fun Tunisian crochet version!

I initially designed this square in a 12 x 12 in. size but have now added instructions for a 8 x 8 in. square for an upcoming charity blog event! Find both instructions below, the PDFs are sold separately for each size.


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About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner 


Yarn:

Knit Picks Mighty Stitch Yarn in Oyster 78  yards (Size 4 worsted weight yarn; 100 g/ 3.5 oz,  208 yd; 80% acrylic, 20% Superwash Wool)

Hooks:

L11 8.0 mm Tunisian crochet hook with a 12 in. cord. Grab my favorite Clover Takumi set here.

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Gauge:

  • Gauge is 8 sts over 6 rows in Tunisian simple stitch for a 2 x 2 in. square with Mighty Stitch yarn using 8.0 mm hook.

Finished Size:

  • The finished size of the square laid flat is 12 x 12 inches (a 8 x 8 in. square size is provided below in a separate section)




Pattern Notes:

This pattern is for a fun Tunisian crochet square. It’s the perfect square to practice the Tunisian cable and honeycomb stitches! 

  • Pattern rows are Forward pass instructions.
  • The following instructions are implied: 
    • The loop already on the hook at the beginning of the row counts as the first st. 
    • Always Tunisian simple stitch in the last st of the row, being sure to work under both loops of the st.
  • Return Pass: Follow the foundation row and each row with the Return Pass in the same color unless a color change is needed.
    • Return Pass Instructions: Ch 1, *yarn over, pull through two loops; repeat from * until 1 loop remains on the hook.


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Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain

Tss: Tunisian simple stitch

Tks: Tunisian knit stitch

Tps: Tunisian purl stitch

RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

Pm: Place Stitch marker

Yo: Yarn over






Pattern Instructions:

8 IN. SIZE

Ch 32

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (32 sts). Place sm into first st.

Row 2: Tps 3, Tks 6, Tps 3, pm on next st, (Tss, Tps)* rep * for next 8 sts, pm on next st, Tps 3, Tks 6, Tps 3, work last st as normal, pm on last st (32 sts). The stitch markers indicate the start and end of the cable and honeycomb sections of the pattern. The picture below is of the 12 in. Size square but this is just to show you how sections are divided.

Row 3: Tps 3, Tks 6, Tps 3, (Tps, Tss)* rep * for next 8 sts, Tps 3, Tks 6, Tps 3, work last st as normal (32 sts). 

Row 4: Tps 3, tks 3, yo, tks 3, tps 3, (Tss, tps)* rep * for next 8 sts, Tps 3, tks 3, yo, tks 3, tps 3 (you will now have 2 extra stitches on your hook) (34 sts)

Row 5: Tps 3, tks 3, skip yo sp from previous row, tks 3, tps 3, (Tps, Tss)* rep * for next 8 sts, tps 3, tks 3, skip yo sp from previous row, tks 3, tps 3, work last st as normal (32 sts)

Row 6: Tps 3, tks 3, slip knit sts just worked onto cable needle and keep at front of work, tks 3, slip sts from cable needle back onto hook, tps 3 (tss, tps)* rep * For the next 8 sts, Tps 3, tks 3, slip sts just worked onto the cable needle and keep at front of work, tks 3, slip sts from cable needle back onto hook, tps 3, work last st as normal. (32 sts)

Row 7: Tps 3, Tks 6, Tps 3, (Tps, Tss)* rep * for next 8 sts, Tps 3, Tks 6, Tps 3, work last st as normal (32 sts). 

Row 8: Tps 3, Tks 6, Tps 3, (Tss, Tps)* rep * for next 8 sts, Tps 3, Tks 6, Tps 3, work last st as normal (32 sts).

Row 9: Tps 3, tks 3, yo, tks 3, tps 3, (Tps, tss)* rep * for next 8 sts, Tps 3, tks 3, yo, tks 3, tps 3 (you will now have 2 extra stitches on your hook) (34 sts)

Row 10: Tps 3, tks 3, skip yo sp from previous row, tks 3, tps 3, (Tss, Tps)* rep * for next 8 sts, tps 3, tks 3, skip yo sp from previous row, tks 3, tps 3, work last st as normal (32 sts)

Row 11: Tps 3, tks 3, slip knit sts just worked onto cable needle and keep at front of work, tks 3, slip sts from cable needle back onto hook, tps 3 (Tps, Tss)* rep * For the next 8 sts, Tps 3, tks 3, slip sts just worked onto the cable needle and keep at front of work, tks 3, slip sts from cable needle back onto hook, tps 3, work last st as normal. (32 sts)

Row 12: Tps 3, Tks 6, Tps 3, (Tss, Tps)* rep * for next 8 sts, Tps 3, Tks 6, Tps 3, work last st as normal (32 sts). 

Repeat Rows 3 to 12 until the piece measures 8 inches from the foundation row. Bind off, leave a 6 in. tail and weave in all loose ends.

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12 IN. SIZE

Ch 50

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (50 sts). Place sm into first st.

Row 2: Tps 6, Tks 6, Tps 6, pm on next st, (Tss, Tps)* rep * for next 12 sts, pm on next st, Tps 6, Tks 6, Tps 6, work last st as normal, pm on last st (50 sts). The stitch markers indicate the start and end of the cable and honeycomb sections of the pattern.

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Row 3: Tps 6, Tks 6, Tps 6, (Tps, Tss)* rep * for next 12 sts, Tps 6, Tks 6, Tps 6, work last st as normal (50 sts). 

Row 4: Tps 6, tks 3, yo, tks 3, tps 6, (Tss, tps)* rep * for next 12 sts, Tps 6, tks 3, yo, tks 3, tps 6 (you will now have 2 extra stitches on your hook) (52 sts)

Row 5: Tps 6, tks 3, skip yo sp from previous row, tks 3, tps 6, (Tps, Tss)* rep * for next 12 sts, tps 6, tks 3, skip yo sp from previous row, tks 3, tps 6, work last st as normal (50 sts)

Row 6: Tps 6, tks 3, slip knit sts just worked onto cable needle and keep at front of work, tks 3, slip sts from cable needle back onto hook, tps 6, (tss, tps)* rep * For the next 12 sts, Tps 6, tks 3, slip sts just worked onto the cable needle and keep at front of work, tks 3, slip sts from cable needle back onto hook, tps 6, work last st as normal. (50 sts)

Row 7: Tps 6, Tks 6, Tps 6, (Tps, Tss)* rep * for next 12 sts, Tps 6, Tks 6, Tps 6, work last st as normal (50 sts). 

Row 8: Tps 6, Tks 6, Tps 6, (Tss, Tps)* rep * for next 12 sts, Tps 6, Tks 6, Tps 6, work last st as normal (50 sts).

Row 9: Tps 6, tks 3, yo, tks 3, tps 6, (Tps, tss)* rep * for next 12 sts, Tps 6, tks 3, yo, tks 3, tps 6 (you will now have 2 extra stitches on your hook) (52 sts)

Row 10: Tps 6, tks 3, skip yo sp from previous row, tks 3, tps 6, (Tss, Tps)* rep * for next 12 sts, tps 6, tks 3, skip yo sp from previous row, tks 3, tps 6, work last st as normal (50 sts)

Row 11: Tps 6, tks 3, slip knit sts just worked onto cable needle and keep at front of work, tks 3, slip sts from cable needle back onto hook, tps 6 (Tps, Tss)* rep * For the next 12 sts, Tps 6, tks 3, slip sts just worked onto the cable needle and keep at front of work, tks 3, slip sts from cable needle back onto hook, tps 6, work last st as normal. (50 sts)

Row 12: Tps 6, Tks 6, Tps 6, (Tss, Tps)* rep * for next 12 sts, Tps 6, Tks 6, Tps 6, work last st as normal (50 sts). 

Repeat Rows 3 to 12 until the piece measures 12 inches from the foundation row. Bind off, leave a 6 in. tail and weave in all loose ends.


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You are done! Have any questions? The best way to reach me is via email: [email protected]

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Crochet Rug Pattern Free Fauxto Fur Rug

Pin this crochet rug pattern free Fauxto Fur Rug Pattern

Check out this crochet rug pattern free – practice Tunisian crochet simple stitch with this easy fur rug crochet pattern. If you’ve been looking for free crochet rug patterns with bulky yarn, you’re in the right place!

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Imagine adding a touch of luxury to your space or creating a beautifully textured backdrop for your photos for just $15. Right now some colors are on sale for $3.49 which means you can make the rug for just $10.50, that is a steal! Grab some Fable fur yarn here.

Usually, a nice fur rug like this is over $30 to $40 when you go to buy it from the store so why not practice your Tunisian crochet while whipping one up yourself in half the price?! Faux fur crochet patterns have become increasingly popular as more and more yarn companies are coming out with fun varieties of this faux fur yarn! My favorite has been this Fable Fur yarn I was gifted from We Crochet Official!

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Do you want to create a beautifully textured fur rug to add that special touch to your photos? Or maybe you just want to add a touch of cozy to your home. So today, I’m sharing this easy crochet fur rug pattern and sharing how to Tunisian crochet a rectangle rug. It is just Tunisian simple stitch and rows and rows of fur! The yarn was gifted to me by We Crochet Official. I love this Fable Fur yarn, it is such a dream to work with. It is super soft and once you get the hang of it, you can create beautiful things!

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I know fur yarn can be intimidating to crochet with so I have a blog post + video tutorial taking you through how to Tunisian crochet with fur yarn, you can find it here. Look over it and get familiar and then come back and make this easy crochet rug!

Materials:

Yarn: Knit Picks Fable Fur Yarn in Eisbar – 3 skeins (approximately 213 yards) (Size 6 Super Bulky weight; 100g/ 71 yds; 100% polyester).

Alternatively, you can also use Lion Brand Go Faux Fur but I’m not sure the final measurements will be the same since the go faux fur is a little thicker than the fable fur yarn. You may need more yardage to complete the project.

Hook: US 13 9.0 mm Tunisian crochet hook with 24 in. cord and stopper, grab my favorite Denise Interchangeables set here.

Gauge:
6 sts x 7 rows for 4 x 4 in. square in Tunisian simple stitch

Abbreviations:

Ch – Chain
Tss – Tunisian simple stitch
St(s) – Stitch(es)
RetP – Return pass (explained below)

Notions: 

Finished Measurement: 17.5 in. x 30 in.

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Pattern Notes:

This pattern is for a beginner-friendly Tunisian crochet fur rug to add that special touch to your photos or to add a cozy touch to any space in your home. It can be completed in just a couple of hours and is the perfect beginner project to practice the basic Tunisian simple stitch!

  • Pattern rows are Forward pass instructions.
  • The following instructions are implied: 
    • The loop already on the hook at the beginning of the row counts as the first st. 
    • Always Tunisian simple stitch in the last st of the row, being sure to work under both loops of the st.
  • Return Pass: Follow the foundation row and each row with the Return Pass in the same color unless a color change is needed.

Return Pass Instructions: Ch 1, *yarn over, pull through two loops; repeat from * until 1 loop remains on the hook.

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Pattern Instructions:

Ch 43  

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (43 sts)

Row 2: Tss across. Complete normal RetP (43 sts) 
Rep Row 2 until the piece measures 30 inches from the foundation row. Leaving a 6 in. tail, cut yarn. Bind off and weave in all loose ends.

You are done! Have any questions? The best way to reach me is via email: [email protected]

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Free Bobble Stitch Crochet Patterns Heart of Gold Square

Need free bobble stitch crochet patterns? You are in the right place. Check out this fun Tunisian crochet bobble stitch heart square pattern!
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Need free bobble stitch crochet patterns? You are in the right place. Check out this fun Tunisian crochet bobble stitch heart square pattern!

This is a fun square pattern for a free blanket crochetalong being hosted by Heather from The Unraveled Mitten. I’ve written out a bigger square version here but you can head over to Heather’s Blanket CAL page here to check out the modification for the crochetalong blanket! She has also shared a modification for the bobble section if you prefer working a simpler stitch, she has substituted the heart section with the Tunisian purl stitch.

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Of all the Tunisian crochet stitches I think the bobble stitch is one of my favorite stitches because it adds such fun texture to Tunisian crochet patterns! If you love the crochet bobble stitch you should give this Tunisian crochet version a try, it’s so fun to do!

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About the Pattern:

This pattern is for a Tunisian bobble stitch pattern for a free crochet heart pattern. Lately, I have been designing lots of crochet square patterns because they are just so fun and since I’ve been contributing to a few crochetalongs. Using this free crochet heart square pattern, you could easily make a crochet heart square blanket.

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Skill Level: Advanced Beginner 


Yarn:

Main Color (MC): Lion Brand Jeans Colors in Bermuda Shorts 177 yards (Size 4 medium worsted weight yarn; 100 g/3.5 oz, 246yd/225 m) Grab it on Amazon or directly from Lion Brand Yarn

Contrast Color (CC): Caron Simply Soft in Autumn Maize or Gold 214 yards (Size 4 worsted weight yarn; 170g/6 oz,  315 yd/288 m; 100% acrylic)

Hooks:

H8 5.0 mm Tunisian crochet with a 24 in. cord grab my favorite Denise Interchangeables set here

Notions: 


Gauge:

  • Gauge is 5 sts over 4 rows in Tunisian simple stitch for a 1 x 1 in. square with Jeans yarn using 5.0 mm hook.

Finished Size:

  • The finished size of the square laid flat is 12 x 12 inches

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Pattern Notes:

This pattern is for a fun Tunisian crochet colorwork heart themed square. It’s the perfect square to practice the Tunisian bobble stitch! 

  • Pattern rows are Forward pass instructions.
  • The following instructions are implied: 
    • The loop already on the hook at the beginning of the row counts as the first st. 
    • Always Tunisian simple stitch in the last st of the row, being sure to work under both loops of the st.
  • Return Pass: Follow the foundation row and each row with the Return Pass in the same color unless a color change is needed.
    • Return Pass Instructions: Ch 1, *yarn over, pull through two loops; repeat from * until 1 loop remains on the hook.
  • Note for left-handed crocheters: you would need to follow the written instructions backwards, and follow the chart from left to right instead of right to left

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Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain

MC: Main Color

CC: Contrast Color

Tss: Tunisian simple stitch

Sc: Single crochet

RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

Tbo: Tunisian Bind Off

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Pattern Instructions:

Ch 60

Row 1 (Foundation Row): With MC pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (60 sts)

Rows 2 to 12: Tss across. (60 sts)


Follow the written instructions below for the colorwork part as written below. Complete all CC stitches as Tunisian bobble stitches.

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Rows 1 to 12: (MC) x 60   

Row 13: (MC) x 29, (CC) x 1, (MC) x 30  

Row 14: (MC) x 28, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 29  

Row 15: (MC) x 27, (CC) x 5, (MC) x 28  

Row 16: (MC) x 26, (CC) x 7, (MC) x 27  

Row 17: (MC) x 25, (CC) x 9, (MC) x 26  

Row 18: (MC) x 24, (CC) x 11, (MC) x 25  

Row 19: (MC) x 23, (CC) x 13, (MC) x 24  

Row 20: (MC) x 22, (CC) x 15, (MC) x 23  

Row 21: (MC) x 21, (CC) x 17, (MC) x 22  

Row 22: (MC) x 20, (CC) x 19, (MC) x 21  

Row 23: (MC) x 20, (CC) x 19, (MC) x 21  

Row 24: (MC) x 21, (CC) x 8, (MC) x 1, (CC) x 8, (MC) x 22  

Row 25: (MC) x 22, (CC) x 6, (MC) x 3, (CC) x 6, (MC) x 23  

Row 26: (MC) x 23, (CC) x 4, (MC) x 5, (CC) x 4, (MC) x 24  

Row 27: (MC) x 24, (CC) x 2, (MC) x 7, (CC) x 2, (MC) x 25  

Rows 28 to 40: (MC) x 60 

Check gauge and count stitches. You should have 60 sts and your gauge should remain the same.

Bind off, leave a 6 in. tail and weave in all loose ends.

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Complete a Sc border as follows:

With right side of square facing you, join CC into top corner and ch 2. Sc into same st and continue sc around (60 sts along top and bottom edges and 40 sts along the sides), complete (sc, ch1, sc) into corner sts. Steam block your finished piece to reduce the curl.

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If you enjoyed this square pattern, be sure to check out my Tunisian Bobblelicious Earwarmer and Cowl or my Tunisian Orchid Square patterns!

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Need free bobble stitch crochet patterns? You are in the right place. Check out this fun Tunisian crochet bobble stitch heart square pattern!

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Easy Tunisian Crochet Earwarmer Pattern

Check out this fun easy Tunisian crochet earwarmer pattern. It's the perfect one-skein one-hour project to practice the Tunisian knit stitch!

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Check out this fun easy Tunisian crochet earwarmer pattern. It’s the perfect one-skein one-hour project to practice the Tunisian knit stitch!

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The Lookin’ Swell ear warmer. This pattern is for a knit-like beginner-friendly Tunisian crochet ear warmer in toddler, child, and adult sizes that can be completed in 1 hour. It’s the perfect ear warmer to practice the basic Tunisian knit stitch! A huge thank you to my testers: @mickylathemaker@made_with_love_by_steffi@miashimo, @sarahsyarn, @burst_of_creativiti


This is such a cute cinched ear warmer crochet pattern and so easy to make! The best part is that the Lookin’ Swell Ear Warmer is a one-skein project and works up super fast. You can even make a matching one for your little ones as well. This pattern uses the Tunisian knit stitch which is one of the coolest Tunisian crochet stitches because it looks exactly like the knit stitch seen in knitting. I’ve included a link to a Tunisian knit stitch tutorial in the pattern that you can check out below.

I was gifted this beautiful yarn from We Crochet. I had never worked with this bulky 100% Pima cotton yarn. It is so soft and I love that it goes from thin to thick creating a beautiful texture! You can grab some Billow yarn here or by clicking the picture below!

Check out this fun easy Tunisian crochet earwarmer pattern. It's the perfect one-skein one-hour project to practice the Tunisian knit stitch!

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About this Easy Tunisian crochet Earwarmer Pattern:

Skill Level: Beginner  

I’ve included the instructions for the child size below, you can upgrade to the ad-free PDF for all three sizes including adult and toddler sizes.


Yarn:

Knit Picks Billow in any color, Swell is seen in the pictures below, 60 yards for adult size (Size 5 bulky weight; 3.5 oz./ 100 g, 120 yd/ m; 100% Pima cotton)

Hook:

Notions: 


Gauge:

  • Gauge is 11 sts over 12 rows in Tunisian knit stitch for a 4 x 4 in. square

Finished Size:

  • Child: 8 in. long by in. 4 wide laid flat, 20 in. circumference

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Tunisian Crochet Earwarmer Pattern Notes:

This pattern is for a knit-like beginner-friendly Tunisian crochet ear warmer in toddler, child, and adult sizes that can be completed in 1 hour. It’s the perfect ear warmer to practice the basic Tunisian knit stitch! The best part is that it’s a one-skein project and works up super fast so it’s great for market prep and gift making! You can make a matching one for your little one as well. Below you will find the written instructions for the child size. You can upgrade to the ad-free PDF for the toddler and adult sizes.

  • Pattern rows are Forward pass instructions.
  • The following instructions are implied: 
    • The loop already on the hook at the beginning of the row counts as the first st. 
    • Always Tunisian simple stitch in the last st of the row, being sure to work under both loops of the st.

Pattern Notes continued…

  • Return Pass: Follow the foundation row and each row with the Return Pass in the same color unless a color change is needed.
    • Return Pass Instructions: Ch 1, *yarn over, pull through two loops; repeat from * until 1 loop remains on the hook.
  • Note: Measure your gauge swatch across unstretched and stretched. Note the two numbers and subtract to find the difference. This is how much you will need to subtract from the head circumference measurement to determine total length. 
    • Example:
      • The Gauge swatch stretched is 5 in. and unstretched it is 4 in. 5 -4 = 1 in. You will need to subtract 1 in. from the head circumference measurement. 
      • 21 in. head circumference – 1 in. = 20 in. This means you will need to work the piece to a total length of 20 in. Substitute this number for X in the pattern below.
      • Note: Depending on the stretchiness of yarn and head size of the toddler/child, you may want to decrease the width by 1 or 2 stitches.


Abbreviations:

Sl st: Slip stitch

Ch: Chain

Tks: Tunisian knit stitch

RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

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Tunisian Crochet Earwarmer Pattern Instructions:

Ch 11  

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (11 sts)

Rows 2: Tks across. Complete normal RetP (11 sts) 

Check out this fun easy Tunisian crochet earwarmer pattern. It's the perfect one-skein one-hour project to practice the Tunisian knit stitch!


Rep Row 2 for the desired length as calculated above (head circumference – X in.)
For the child size, continue to 19 in. for a head circumference of 20 in. based on the calculation. This can easily be customized using the calculation.

Bind off. Fold in half with the wrong side out and whip st the edges together or sl st across. Leaving a 30 in. tail, cut yarn. Cinch and wrap yarn around until a 6 in. tail remains. Weave in all loose ends.

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Check out this fun easy Tunisian crochet earwarmer pattern. It's the perfect one-skein one-hour project to practice the Tunisian knit stitch!

You are done! Have any questions? The best way to reach me is via email: [email protected]

Check out this fun easy Tunisian crochet earwarmer pattern. It's the perfect one-skein one-hour project to practice the Tunisian knit stitch!

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Check out this fun easy Tunisian crochet earwarmer pattern. It's the perfect one-skein one-hour project to practice the Tunisian knit stitch!