Crochet Table Runner Tunisian Honeycomb Kitchen Set

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My first crochet table runner pattern is LIVE! If you are looking for modern crochet table runner patterns for beginners, you are in the right place! This is my first crochet for kitchen design. The set comes complete with a crochet table runner in two sizes and a crochet kitchen towel pattern.

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My Tunisian Honeycomb Kitchen Set design is officially published In this month’s @happilyhookedmagazine issue which is centered around housewarming gift designs! It is a super fun Tunisian crochet mindless make and you end up with a gorgeous set for your home! I also incorporated a bit of twine for a farmhouse touch! It has been hard keeping this one a secret because I loved how it turned out. It is made with a Size M/13 9 mm hook with a 12 in. cord (check out my favorite hook set here) and Bernat Maker Home Decor Yarn.⁣ Of all the tunisian crochet stitches, I LOVE the honeycomb stitch because it looks good on any type of yarn and color and is full of texture! Another thing is that the honeycomb stitch doesn’t cause curling like the Tunisian simple stitch does.

This crochet table runner was inspired by a gift idea I had for my mom last year! She needed a runner to cover the top of a new cabinet she got for the kitchen so she could place items on top without it getting dirty. So I thought I’d crochet a cover for her. The cover idea turned into this beautiful table runner and I couldn’t be happier!

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The following are my tester pictures. everyone did such a great job!⁣ Left to Right: Bonnie from Woodland Stitchcraft, Saadia from Hook That Stitch, and Ginger from Yarn Geek

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If you love Tunisian crochet patterns, give my Fall-Ready Crossbody Bag a try!

Pin this Crochet Table Runner Pattern Now and Make Later

My first Tunisian crochet table runner pattern is LIVE! Looking for modern crochet table runner patterns for beginners? You are in the right place!

Crochet for a Cause 2020 Event and Pattern Roundup

Looking for crochet hat and scarf patterns for donation? Check out this crochet for a cause 2020 event hosted by Edythblayn! Get free patterns every Monday!

Crochet for a Cause 2020 is an event by Ashley from Edythblayn to showcase crochet designers while encouraging everyone to crochet for charity! Every Monday of June through August, two patterns (crochet hat pattern and/or crochet scarf pattern) will be featured from different crochet designers as crochet for charity patterns. The PDFs to their patterns will be available for free download for the week! You can crochet one of each pattern featured all summer long, or you can make 100 of a specific pattern, etc, and so on. By the end of summer, you will have several crochet hats and/or crochet scarves to donate to the local homeless shelter, hospital, cancer center, school, pregnancy resource center, etc of your choosing! Scroll to the bottom of the post for a list of charities where you can donate!

All the charity crochet patterns will be beginner-friendly to easy-intermediate in difficulty. The patterns will range in size and gender-target. Please only use cotton and soft acrylic yarn (*avoid wool as it can be irritating).

Monday at midnight EST through Sunday evening, each pattern of the week will be available for FREE download! The download will either be available directly from the designer’s site, or through Ravelry. >> If through Ravelry, please use the code CROCHETCAUSE

Crochet for a Cause – How it Works

Please reference the infographic below to see how this event will work!

Looking for crochet hat and scarf patterns for donation? Check out this crochet for a cause 2020 event hosted by Edythblayn! Get free patterns every Monday!

Also, look for this button within each pattern’s post to go back to the “home” post to get to the next free crochet hat or scarf (there will be 2 each week)!

Sharing is Caring

We would LOVE to see how your crochet for charity hats and scarves are coming along! If you have Instagram, make sure to use the hashtag #CrochetCause2020 and if you have Facebook, you can join the group Edyth Blayn Crochet Community and share pictures! And especially share at the end of Crochet for a Cause 2020 how many hats and scarves you made to donate!

Please Pin and share, so the word gets out and others may participate as well in being a blessing to others!

Looking for crochet hat and scarf patterns for donation? Check out this crochet for a cause 2020 event hosted by Edythblayn! Get free patterns every Monday!

Crochet for a Cause – National Crochet Charities

The following is a small list of national crochet charities listed on AllFreeCrochet.com that accept hats and scarves:

Halos of Hope
Warm Up America
Knots of Love
Warriors for Hope
Operation Gratitude
Bundles of Love

Check out more info about where to donate here.

Crochet for a Cause Patterns

Week 1: June 1st – 7th

Heather Beanie by A Plush Pineapple

Quick and Easy Beanie for Men by Shabby Sheep Apparel

Week 2: June 8th – 14th

Monkey Around Beanie by Through the Loopy Yarn

Looking for crochet hat and scarf patterns for donation? Check out this crochet for a cause 2020 event hosted by Edythblayn! Get free patterns every Monday!

Honey Bee Scarf by Modesty by Laura

Looking for crochet hat and scarf patterns for donation? Check out this crochet for a cause 2020 event hosted by Edythblayn! Get free patterns every Monday!

Week 3: June 15th – 21st

Nebula Infinity Scarf by The Loophole Fox

Basic Beanies by Lullaby Lodge

Week 4: June 22nd – 28th

Basic Ribbed Baby Beanie by Itchin For Some Stitchin

Women’s Flower Accent Hat by Cute and Cozy Crochet *Link is now working*

Week 5: June 29th – July 5th

Tunisian Giving Scarf by Noor’s Knits

Easy Beginner’s Scarf by King and Eye

Week 6: July 6th – July 12th

Pomander Scarf by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

Monarch Beanie by Modesty by Laura

Be sure to come back next week for two more free crochet patterns!

Week 7: July 13th – July 19th

Mermaid Confetti Scarf by Itchin’ For Some Stitchin’

Falling Leaves Infinity Scarf by Needle Klankers

Week 8: July 20th – July 26th

Double Brim Coffee Beanie by Another Mum Fights The Dust

Dreamer Beanie by Carroway Crochet

Week 9: July 27th – August 2nd

Blueberry Bush Beanie by Claire De Lune Fiber Art

Simple Scarf by Lullaby Lodge

Week 10: August 3rd – August 9th

The Linden Beanie by A Purpose and a Stitch

CrissCross Ridges Infinity Scarf by Loops and Love Crochet

Week 11: August 10th – August 16th

Slip Stitch Beanie by Hanjan Crafts

Squishy Adult Hat by Crafting Each Day

Week 12: August 17th – August 23rd

Chunky Ridge Cowl by The Traveling Hook Creative

Mossy Ridge Infinity Scarf by Needle Klankers

Mossy Ridge Infinity Scarf by Needle Klankers

Week 13: August 24th – August 30th

Take me Outside Infinity Scarf by Carroway Crochet

Ferris Wheel Slouchy Granny Square Hat by Nana’s Crafty Home

Week 14: August 31st – September 6th

Peaks Scarf by Creations by Courtney

XOXO Slouch Hat by Crafting for Weeks


This is the last week for Crochet for a Cause, we hope you enjoyed all the patterns, thanks to Ashley for organizing the event. Make sure you check out her blog here!

While you’re here, check out my free Tunisian Sweetheart Scarf pattern!

Stashbuster Crochet Patterns Round Up – FREE Patterns

A crochet pattern roundup that features crochet designers that are offering one of their stashbuster crochet patterns as a free downloadable PDF.

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If you’re looking for some fun stashbuster crochet patterns, you’re in the right place! Here are 31 amazing knit and crochet stashbuster patterns by different designers.

WHY STASHBUSTER CROCHET PATTERNS?

This roundup is a way to find some great designers & to use your yarn stash. 

Stash busting crochet patterns are so fun to make. We often buy new yarn before we use what’s already in our stash.

I’m challenging you to download the fun patterns, look through your stash & make something beautiful! 

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Do you have a few friends you think would enjoy these too?
Please share in your favorite Facebook group, via email, on Pinterest & Instagram! 

When sharing, please let them know about this post containing all the freebies, not one specific pattern so they don’t miss out on all the options! 

When you start using those patterns, don’t forget to share about this event as well, linking to this post & use hashtag #noorsknits & tag @noorsknits so I can see. 

THE STASHBUSTER CROCHET PATTERNS COLLECTION:

  1. Spring Sparkle Coasters
A crochet pattern roundup that features crochet designers that are offering one of their stashbuster crochet patterns as a free downloadable PDF.

2. Striped Sunglasses Pouch

3. Sunday at the Pool Coasters

4. Basketweave Baby Booties

5. Quick and Easy Earrings

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6. Knit Baby Booties

7. Diamonds Hat

8. Zipper Pouch

9. Butterfly Cardigan

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10. Team Spirit Scrunchie

11. Flower Face Scrubs

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12. Sideways Dish Cloth

13. Assorted Rose Bouquet

14. Fox Face Brooch

15. N Stitch Mug Cozy

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16. The Classic Cowl

17. Somerside Dishcloth

18. Diamond Bobble Scrubby

19. Spiral Baby Hat

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20. Simple Basket

21. Honeycomb Cowl

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22. Short and Chunky Fingerless Gloves

23. Whale Amigurumi

24. Easy AF Crochet Headband

25. Reusable Crochet Ear Protector

26. Spring Modern Granny Infinity Scarf

27. Venus’s Looking Glass Motif

28. Tunisian Mug Rug

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29. Florabelle Fingerless Gloves

30. Easy Boho Evening Purse

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31. Arewa Ear Warmer

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Free Crochet Coaster Patterns Spring Sparkle Coasters

Use up your yarn stash with this free crochet coaster patterns for beginners. The Spring Sparkle Coaster set is great to practice Tunisian crochet stitches.

Free Crochet Coaster Patterns – Perfect for Stash-busting!

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If you’re looking for some fun free crochet coaster patterns (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 metallic crochet thread looks when paired with yarn and I haven’t been able to stop using it to embellish my projects. Here I’ve made some fun sparkly coasters which are perfect for beginner Tunisian crocheters because you can practice all the basic stitches as you learn how to crochet a square coaster using new Tunisian crochet skills!

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If you are on the hunt for free crochet coaster patterns, this pattern is the perfect crochet coaster for beginners. The set is a spring Tunisian crochet coasters set with a touch of sparkle. It’s The perfect coaster pattern to practice the basic Tunisian crochet stitches while doing some stash busting. Add some pizzaz to tea time pretend play or just add some general sparkle to your kitchen with this yarn stash-busting project! It’s the perfect crochet coaster tutorial.

You can grab the PDF for free as part of the #SBCHALLENGE Stashbusting Round-Up hosted by Janne of Joy of Motion and Hortense of Knitting With Chopsticks!
***The offer is only valid for one week STARTING ON Wednesday, April 15th, 12 AM EST to Tuesday, April 21st, 11:59 PM EST.***

Check back on Wednesday at midnight and head to the round-up post and grab the coupon code and come back here to download the free PDF by clicking the button below.

Head over to the full round-up with a bunch of other amazing FREE patterns this week ONLY!

Stashbusting Round-Up Coming soon – goes LIVE at midnight on Wednesday, April 15th.

Remember if you make any of the patterns, use the hashtag #sbchallenge and tag me!

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Materials

Yarn:

Lily Sugar N Cream in any color (Seabreeze, yellow, and coral rose were used here) (20 yards) (2.5 oz/70.9 g; 120 yds/ 109 m; 100% cotton; size 4 worsted weight)
Aunt Lydia’s Metallic crochet thread Size 10 in Silver (5 yards) (100 yds/ 91 m; 88% Mercerized Cotton, 12% Acrylic; size 10 crochet thread)  

About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Beginner 

Hooks: Size G (4 mm) Tunisian crochet hook or straight hook that is at least 8 in. long. Get my favorite Bamboo Clover Takumi Interchangeable Tunisian Crochet Hook set here.

Notions: 
Yarn needle
Scissors

Gauge:
Gauge is 8 st. over 7 rows in Tunisian Simple Stitch for a 2×2 in. square

Finished Size:
The finished square coaster size is 3.5 in. wide by 3.5  in. in length. 

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:

Sl st: Slip stitch
Sc: Single crochet
Ch: Chain
Tss: Tunisian simple stitch
Tks: Tunisian knit stitch
Tps:
Tunisian purl stitch
Tfs:
Tunisian full stitch
RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

Pattern Instructions:

Note: The stitch count should be 15 at the end of each row.

Simple Stitch Coaster

Use up your yarn stash with this free crochet coaster patterns for beginners. The Spring Sparkle Coaster set is great to practice Tunisian crochet stitches.

Ch 15 with Lily Sugar N Cream cotton yarn.

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

Rows 2 to 10: Tss across and complete a normal RetP. The stitch count should be 15 at the end of each row. Bind off leaving a 6 in. tail. 

See finishing touches for the metallic border. Repeat for more coasters with this style.

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Honeycomb Coaster

Ch 15 with Lily Sugar N Cream cotton yarn.

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (15 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 3 more times

Row 10: Repeat row 2 again.

Bind off leaving a 6 in. tail. 

See finishing touches for metallic border.

Repeat for more coasters with this style.

Full Stitch Coaster

Ch 15 with Lily Sugar N Cream cotton yarn.

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

Row 2: Tks into the space between 2nd and 3rd vertical bar and into each space between vertical bars across. Work last st as normal. Complete normal RetP. 

Row 3: Tks into the space between 1st and 2nd vertical bar and intro each space between vertical bars until there are 2 sts remaining. Skip the space between the last two vertical bars and work last st as normal. Complete normal RetP.

Rows 4 to 13: Repeat Rows 2 and 3 (5 times)

Row 14: Repeat Row 2

Bind off leaving a 6 in. tail

See finishing touches for metallic border.

Repeat for more coasters in this style.

Finishing Touches:

Weave in all ends. With the right side of the square facing you, join the metallic crochet thread and sc evenly around making sure to do (sc, ch1, sc) into corners. Sl st into first st. Weave in all loose ends. 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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Check out more amazing FREE stash-busting crochet patterns here. If you liked this Tunisian crochet pattern make sure to check out my Tunisian crochet along for a fun bunny – Bubsy the Bunny TCAL.

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Crochet coasters free patterns Pinterest – Pin this pattern now and make it later

Use up your yarn stash with this free crochet coaster patterns for beginners. The Spring Sparkle Coaster set is great to practice Tunisian crochet stitches.

Crochet Square – Orchid Spring Blooms CAL

This fun FREE Tunisian crochet square orchid pattern is perfect for spring! This crochet square has video tutorials linked and a color chart PDF option!

Here is a fun Tunisian crochet colorwork crochet square project to get you in the mood for spring! I have the perfect crochet flower pattern for you! This Tunisian Orchid Square is a quick make to give you all the spring vibes!

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Tunisian crochet square patterns for beginners Ravelry Download

Tunisian crochet patterns free download just for today get the PDF for this pattern on Ravelry for free! Head over to the In Bloom Spring Blanket CAL page and grab the discount code then come back here and click the button below!

You can download the ad-free inexpensive PDF with a full-color chart broken down row-by-row for free just for today or you can follow along with the written pattern below! You can also purchase this pattern along with 22 other floral square PDFs as part of a bundle for just $7 (a savings of $23)! Get the bundle here.

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Tunisian Crochet Pattern – Crochet Orchid Square:

Materials:

Yarn:

C- Cream– Knit Picks/We Crochet Official Mighty Stitch in Cream (50 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)
I- Ivy – Knit Picks/We Crochet Official Mighty Stitch in Ivy ( 6 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)
W – Wisteria – Knit Picks/We Crochet Official Mighty Stitch in Wisteria (6 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)
F – Fairy Tale – Knit Picks/We Crochet Official Mighty Stitch in Fairy Tale (6 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)
M- Mulberry- Knit Picks/We Crochet Official Mighty Stitch in Mulberry (7 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)
G- Gold– Lily Sugar N Cream in Yellow (5 yards) (4 oz/ 113 g; 200 yds/184 m; 100% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)

This fun Tunisian crochet square orchid pattern is perfect for spring crochet! This crochet square has video tutorials linked and a color chart PDF option!

Hooks:
Size K US 10 (6.5 mm) Tunisian crochet hook with a 12 in. Cord. Check out my favorite set of Tunisian crochet hooks (Clover Takumi) here.

Notions:
Yarn needle
Scissors
Measuring tape

About the Pattern

Gauge:
Gauge is 17 st. over 14 rows in Tunisian Simple Stitch for a 4×4 in. square in Tunisian Simple Stitch for a 4×4 in. square

Finished Size:
The finished square size is 8 in. wide by 9 in. in length. You can omit rows 3 to 6 to keep the length to 8 in. to match the other squares in the ongoing In Bloom Spring Blanket CAL.

Pattern Notes:
This pattern is for a spring floral-theme colorwork Tunisian crochet square that you work bottom-up using size 4 worsted weight yarn in contrasting colors. The crochet flower pattern is inspired by an orchid.

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This pattern uses a few Tunisian crochet techniques. Use the following video tutorials for assistance:

Techniques:

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

Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain
Sl st: Slip stitch
Sc: Single crochet
Tss: Tunisian simple stitch
RetP: Return Pass -Explained above
Colors: C-Cream I – Ivy W – Wisteria F- Fairy Tale M –Mulberry G – Gold

Pattern Instructions:

Ch 34 with Col A

Ch 34 with C

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (34 sts) 

Rows 2 to 29: Complete the following in TSS. The stitch count should be 34 at the end of each row. If you would like an 8 x 8 in. square to match the rest of the squares in the CAL, omit rows 3 to 6.

Row 2: C11, I, C22
Row 3: C11, I, C10, W, F, M, W, C8
Row 4: C11, I, C10, F, G, F, M, C8
Row 5: C11, I, C10, W, F, M, W, C8
Row 6: C11, I, C9, W, C, W2, C9
Row 7: C11, I, C6, W3, C13
Row 8: C11, I, C5, W, M, F, M, W, C12
Row 9: C11, I, C4, W, M, F, G, F, M, W, C11
Row 10: C11, I, C4, W, M, F, G, F, M, W, C11
Row 11: C11, I, C5, W, M, F, M, W, C12
Row 12: C11, I, C6, W, F, W, C13
Row 13: C11, I, C7, W, C14
Row 14: C11, I, C2, W5, C15
Row 15: C11, I, C, W2, M3, W, C15
Row 16: C11, I, C, W, M, F3, M, W, C14
Row 17: C11, I, C, W, M, F, G, F2, M, W, C13
Row 18: C11, I, C, W, M2, F, G, F, M, W, C13
Row 19: C11, I, C, W, M2, F3, M, W, C13
Row 20: C11, I, C2, W, M4, W, C14
Row 21: C11, I, C, M, C, W4, C15
Row 22: C11, W, M, F, M, W, C18
Row 23: C10, W, M, F, G, F, M, W, C17
Row 24: C9, W2, M, F, G, F, M, W, C17
Row 25: C9, W2, M2, F, M2, W, C17
Row 26: C9, W3, M3, W3, C16
Row 27: C11, W5, C18
Row 28: C12, W3, C19
Row 29: C34

Do not bind off. Leaving a 6 in. tail for all colors cut yarn EXCEPT CREAM. Weave in all ends. With the right side of the square facing you, join Ivy yarn and sc evenly around making sure to do (sc, ch1, sc) into corners. Sl st into first st. Weave in all loose ends. Optional: Steam block for a smoother finish. You can find a full steam blocking tutorial here.

This fun FREE Tunisian crochet square orchid pattern is perfect for spring! This crochet square has video tutorials linked and a color chart PDF option!

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

Share your finished crochet square with me on social media using the hashtag #tunisianorchidsquare for a chance to be featured! And don’t forget to use the hashtag #inbloomcal and #springbloomsblanketcal and make sure to tag @bearrye to be entered to win the giveaway at the end of the CAL. You can find more information here.
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If you enjoyed this square pattern, be sure to check out my other fun textured square Tinsel Bobbles Square. You can also try my Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket and the Tunisian Snowflakes Earwarmer!

Easy Crochet Bunny Pattern – Tunisian Crochet Along

Looking for a fun easy crochet bunny pattern? Join me for a Tunisian crochet along for Bubsy the Bunny made in 3 parts with full video tutorials on YouTube!

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If you’re looking for easy crochet bunny patterns for beginners, you are in the right place! Meet Bubsy The Bunny! I released this easy Tunisian crochet pattern a couple of years ago as my FIRST crochet along for this super cute easy crochet bunny pattern. I have participated in a few crochet alongs and really enjoyed the experience of working together with others on a specific project and seeing everyone’s different versions! So here is a fun crochet bunny crochet along!

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It is a 3 part Tunisian Crochet Along with full video tutorials. This crochet along was released as a 3-part series on my YouTube channel. Make sure you subscribe to my channel and join my Facebook group here to stay updated and to ask questions and work alongside other makers on this fun project! You can follow along at your own pace!

I would love for you to share your work as you make it by using the hashtag #BubsyTheBunny and tagging me @noorsknits on Instagram.

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Materials

Hook: N15 Tunisian crochet hook with a. 12 in. Cord – here’s my favorite Tunisian crochet hook set

Yarn:
Bernat Blanket Yarn in Taupe
Lily Sugar N Cream in White
Lion Brand Yarn Go For Faux in Baked Alaska

Notions:
Scissors
Yarn Needle
Polyfil Stuffing
Large Pom Pom Maker
Locking Stitch Marker
2.5 in. Ribbon (Note: Optional, you could also opt to crochet a bowtie like my Striped Tunisian Bow-Tie)
Pipe Cleaner (Note: use for mobile ears if gifting to older children, if gifting to a baby I would recommend you leave the ears floppy for safety reasons)

About the Pattern:

This is a beginner level Tunisian crochet pattern that you can complete in a few hours. The pattern uses bulky yarn and works up super quick and makes for a perfect gift for the little ones in your life. You can make it with Bernat Blanket yarn and Lion Brand Yarn Go For Faux.

Initially, I made this bunny with Michael’s Sweet Snuggles yarn which is a super soft and squishy yarn. I liked the overall look but found it to be a bit bulky and the yarn is not easily accessible. It would also require a larger hook.

I decided to try it with Bernat Blanket yarn since Bernat blanket is a more accessible and readily available yarn and I love how it turned out! The finished bunny measures 18 inches from ears to feet and 10 inches across from one arm to the other arm.

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Looking for a fun easy crochet bunny pattern? Join me for a Tunisian crochet along for Bubsy the Bunny made in 3 parts with full video tutorials on YouTube!

You will make the pattern as follows:

I have divided the following steps into three parts in videos I have uploaded to YouTube.

  1. Make the face and embroider with size 4 worsted weight yarn in a contrasting color.
  2. Continue making the neck and body.
  3. Continue making a mirror image of the neck and body (so it will be one long piece that will be folded over and sewn while stuffing with polyfill).
  4. Make legs with the Bernat Blanket yarn.
  5. Crochet arms and sew onto the body.
  6. Work ears and weave in all ends!

You will learn how to:

-Tunisian crochet foundation row and Tunisian Simple Stitch
-Increase stitches in Tunisian crochet
-Decrease stitches in Tunisian crochet
-Embroider a face onto a crochet project
-Make a pom pom
-Make a magic circle and crochet in rounds

Crochet Easter Bunny Pattern

First Part: The Face

Second Part: The Body and legs

Third Part: Ears, arms, feet, and tail

Looking for a fun easy crochet bunny pattern? Join me for a Tunisian crochet along for Bubsy the Bunny made in 3 parts with full video tutorials on YouTube!

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Join me for this fun 3-part crochet bunny series! It’s the perfect chance to practice some Tunisian crochet stitches! If you like this pattern, you may enjoy some of my other Tunisian crochet patterns – Tunisian Samplerpillar or the Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket pattern.

Crochet Scrunchie Pattern – Free with Full Video Tutorial

If you're looking for a super cute and easy free crochet scrunchie pattern you are in the right place! Follow along with a full 7-minute video tutorial!

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If you’re looking for a super cute and easy free crochet scrunchie pattern you are in the right place! Follow along with a full 7-minute video tutorial!

Are you all about that scrunchie life? I am loving that this trend is coming back because as a kid I used to love scrunchies and would steal my mom’s scrunchies all the time. Now I can make my own! I have put together a full crochet scrunchie beginner video tutorial on my YouTube channel. All you need is some worsted weight size 4 yarn, an elastic hair tie, a crochet hook and about 7 minutes!

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Materials

Caron Simply Soft in Tweeds – Taupe colorway or a similar size 4 worsted weight yarn
Goody Elastic Hair Ties for Medium Hair
Clover 5.5 mm soft-grip crochet hook
Yarn needle
Scissors

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I love that scrunchies are so versatile. You can wear them as a bracelet or wear them in your hair for different looks! For this crochet scrunchie pattern, I used the treble crochet stitch. This is a super fun stitch that adds nice length and gives a nice frilly effect. This crochet scrunchie is perfect to add to your store inventory or for markets! These can also be made with velvet yarn to give a luxurious effect. I have a different version of velvet scrunchies available in my Etsy shop for purchase (ship to US and Canada only).

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If you're looking for a super cute and easy free crochet scrunchie pattern you are in the right place! Follow along with a full 7-minute video tutorial!

Watch the full 7-minute video tutorial over here

Pattern:

Make a slip knot with the yarn around the elastic band leaving a 6 in. tail. Ch 3 and treble crochet around the elastic hair tie until there are enough treble crochet stitches to fill the band to your liking. Sl st into the first st and leaving a 6 in. tail, cut yarn. Weave in ends. Optional: Add a small amount of glue to the sl st join spot to secure the hair tie and let dry. I personally have not added glue but I have heard that this keeps the scrunchie secure.

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If you're looking for a super cute and easy free crochet scrunchie pattern you are in the right place! Follow along with a full 7-minute video tutorial!

If you enjoyed this scrunchie making tutorial, you may also like my ‘How to Make a Pom Pom Garland‘ tutorial and ‘How to Make a Tassel’ tutorial on YouTube.

Easy Tunisian Crochet Pattern – Bobblelicious Ear Warmer

Have you ever wanted to try Tunisian crochet but didn’t want to buy a special Tunisian crochet hook? You are in luck. Today on Valentine’s Day, I’m sharing with you all a piece of my heart. My latest design is officially LIVE – this super chunky easy Tunisian crochet pattern, the Bobblelicious Ear Warmer pattern. You can grab it for free for the next 24 hours as part of the Easy TC Blog Hop! Wait, are you wondering what the Easy TC blog hop is?

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This pattern was originally published as part of the Easy TC blog hop earlier this year but You can get the cowl and Earwarmer pattern PDFs for FREE for the next 24 hours (Oct. 7th 2020 8 pm EST to Oct. 8th 8 pm EST) as part of the Fall Crochet Wearables Blog Hop hosted by Desamour Designs. Keep scrolling to find the orange buttons to get the set for free!

The Easy TC blog hop is a blog hop centered around easy Tunisian crochet patterns that can be made with a regular hook! YES you read that right, all you need is a regular crochet hook and some yarn from your stash. Are you ready to hop on the Tunisian train with me with these Tunisian crochet patterns for beginners?!

Check out this easy Tunisian crochet pattern for a chunky ear warmer that can be made with a regular hook! Get FREE Tunisian Crochet Pattern PDF on Ravelry!

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Today’s free pattern for the Easy TC Blog Hop is the Bobblelicious Ear Warmer pattern. This pattern is for an easy textured chunky Tunisian crochet ear warmer made with 100% wool! I used Sugarbush Yarns Chill in Scarlet for the base and We Are Knitters The Petite Wool in Millenial Pink for the bobbles. The best part is that it is worked flat and can be made with a regular hook – I used a Clover Amour N/P 10 mm crochet hook. It’s the perfect beginner-friendly project to get started with Tunisian crochet! A huge thanks to my testers Toni @tonimaycrochet, Amy @anothermumfightsthedust, and Elisa @stringsancuddles!

You can also grab the matching cowl, the Tunisian Bobblelicious Cowl for half off in my Ravelry shop now through Monday night! No coupon code needed. All my patterns are also 25% off through the weekend in honor of reaching a milestone of 25 published patterns! Again no coupon code needed!

Check out this easy Tunisian crochet pattern for a chunky ear warmer that can be made with a regular hook! Get FREE Tunisian Crochet Pattern PDF on Ravelry!


About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Beginner 


Yarn:

Color A – Sugarbush Yarns Chill in Scarlet (30 yards) (3.5 oz/100 g.; 52yrds/48m; 100% extra fine merino wool; size 6)

Color B – We Are Knitters The Petite Wool in Millennial Pink (36 yards) (3.53 oz/ 100 g; 153 yds/140 m; size 5, 100% wool).

Hooks:

  • Size N/P (10 mm) crochet hook 

Notions: 

  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape

Gauge:

  • Gauge is 3 st. over 2 rows in Tunisian Simple Stitch for a 1×1 in. square

Finished Size:

  • The finished ear warmer size is 3 in. wide by 10.5 in. in length when laid flat (doubled over), fits head circumference of 21.5 in.  
  • The ear warmer can be adjusted by doing more or less rows of TSS before adding the surface bobbles..

Pattern Notes:

This pattern is for an easy textured chunky Tunisian crochet ear warmer made with 100% wool! The best part is that it can be made with a regular hook and is worked flat. It’s the perfect beginner-friendly project to get started with Tunisian crochet!

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

Abbreviations:

Sl st: Slip stitch

Ch: Chain

Tss: Tunisian simple stitch

Bo: Surface Bobble Stitch

RetP: Return Pass -Explained above.

Pattern Instructions:

Ch 7 with Color A

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (7 sts) 

Row 2 to 36: TSS across (7 sts). (or continue Tss across for the length needed to match your head circumference) For reference, my head circumference is 21.5 inches: and I continued the Tss rows for 20 inches. Leaving a long tail,, cut yarn (approximately 8 to 10 inches). This tail will be used later for seaming up the ear warmer.

Starting at one end of the ear warmer, count 2 rows up and count to the 4th stitch (this will be the center stitch). With Color B Make Bo in this st. Moving vertically, skip 1 st, sl st into next st and make Bo in the same st. Refer to this video for how to make a surface bobble st. Continue making bobbles until there is only 1 st remaining. Leaving a 6 in. tail, cut yarn. Weave in end on the backside of ear warmer. With the wrong side facing you, join the ends of the ear warmer together with whip st or using your preferred method of seaming using the tail left at the beginning. Turn right side out and enjoy your finished make!

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

Share your finished earwarmer with me on social media using the hashtag #bobbleliciousearwarmer for a chance to be featured!
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This is an original pattern from Noor’s Knits, ©2020. 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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Check out this easy Tunisian crochet pattern for a chunky ear warmer that can be made with a regular hook! Get FREE Tunisian Crochet Pattern PDF on Ravelry!

I am sharing 13 FREE patterns from 13 amazing designers to help you learn Tunisian crochet. Get to know them, enjoy the free patterns, share on Instagram using #EasyTC!

Patterns will range from accessories to home decor crochet patterns. You can add all the beautiful patterns to your wardrobe and home. Check out all the other great patterns from the rest of the designers over on the Easy TC Blog Post.

Check out this blog hop for 13 easy FREE Tunisian crochet patterns that can be made with a regular hook! Get each Tunisian Crochet Pattern PDF on Ravelry!

If you like making these designs, give my Tunisian Sweetheart Scarf a try on Valentine’s Day! If you would like to invest in a Tunisian crochet hook set, you can check out my full review of the Clover Takumi Tunisian Crochet Hook Set here.

Spring Crochet Scarf Pattern – Springtime Wishes Scarf

Are you looking for a spring crochet scarf pattern? You are in the right place! This Springtime Wishes Scarf design is inspired by a childhood memory.

Are you looking for a spring crochet scarf pattern? You are in the right place! This Springtime Wishes Scarf design is inspired by that special childhood memory of blowing on a dandelion and making a wish. Reminisce your childhood and dive into spring colors with this fun spring crochet pattern.

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This is a Tunisian crochet pattern made with Lion Brand Yarn Coboo in Magenta and Lily Sugar N’ Cream in White to give a nice contrast. Both are cotton yarns perfect for spring! For this design, you need a 6.0 mm Tunisian crochet hook with a 12 in. cord. The finished size of the scarf is 5 in. wide by 70 in. in length with tassels – the pattern can easily be adjusted for the desired length by completing extra rows for the non-colorwork portion. This is a perfect lightweight crochet scarf pattern for throwing around your neck on those cool breezy evenings.

Materials:
Yarn: Lion Brand Yarn Coboo in Magenta and Lily Sugar N Cream in White
Hooks: 5 mm Tunisian Crochet Hook (get my favorite set here)
Notions: Large Tassel Maker, Yarn Needle, Scissors, and Measuring Tape

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Just for today, I am offering the free PDF for my Springtime Wishes Scarf – a fun colorwork spring crochet scarf pattern in my Ravelry shop! The deal will expire tomorrow at 8 AM EST so hurry! I’m featured in the Design Create Repeat blog hop, go to this page to retrieve the coupon code for the free pattern. Then come back and click the box below to get to the pattern on Ravelry!

Are you looking for a spring crochet scarf pattern? You are in the right place! This Springtime Wishes Scarf design is inspired by a childhood memory.

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I also have this pattern available on Etsy. If you would like to sample some easy fun Tunisian crochet patterns that can be made with a regular hook – check out my Easy TC Blog Hop that’s going on this month!

Easy Tunisian Crochet Blog Hop – 13 FREE Patterns

Have you ever wanted to try Tunisian crochet but didn’t want to buy a special Tunisian crochet hook? You are in luck. This month I will be hosting my first ever blog hop. This blog hop will be centered around easy Tunisian crochet patterns that can be made with a regular hook! YES you read that right, all you need is a regular crochet hook and some yarn from your stash. Are you ready to hop on the Tunisian train with me with these Tunisian crochet patterns for beginners?!

I will be sharing 13 FREE patterns from 13 amazing designers to help you learn Tunisian crochet. Get to know them, enjoy the free patterns, share on Instagram using #EasyTC!

Patterns will range from accessories to home decor crochet patterns. You can add all the beautiful patterns to your wardrobe and home.

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Check out this blog hop for 13 easy FREE Tunisian crochet patterns that can be made with a regular hook! Get each Tunisian Crochet Pattern PDF on Ravelry!

How are we doing this?

The blog up will run from February 7th to the 25th with one FREE Tunisian crochet pattern PDF released every day Monday to Friday. Each day a designer will feature one pattern available FREE for 24 hours only through a Ravelry code for you to use. You will find the Ravelry code on this page.

The pattern will be available for 24 hours only so sign up for my newsletter here to be notified when each pattern is posted! If the coupon code does not work while you’re using your phone, try it on your computer.

How to get the Tunisian Crochet Patterns on Ravelry

Let’s recap:

  1. Each day come to this blog post to see the free pattern of the day. Scroll down till you see the day’s pattern – this is where you will find the Ravelry coupon code.
  2. Click on the link for the pattern.
  3. If you’re directed to the designer’s website, scroll down to the “Click here to download on Ravelry for FREE” button.
  4. Once you get to the Ravelry page, you’ll add the pattern to your cart and enter the coupon code provided in this post! Remember to try it on your computer if it doesn’t work on your phone.
  5. Each pattern PDF is available for just 24 hours, so be sure to check back every day (Monday to Friday) to make sure you get all of them!
  6. There will also be a giveaway at the end of the blog hop – all you have to do is make one or more of the designs and post it on social media – use the hashtag #EasyTC and tag me @noorsknits!

The giveaway winner will receive the following: Fingering weight hand-dyed yarn (75% Superwash Merino Wool 25% nylon blend); one Clover Takumi bamboo Tunisian crochet hook of choice with cord and stopper; and the following patterns: Tunisian Tinsel Romper and Fall-Ready Crossbody Bag by me (Noor’s Knits); Tunisian Heart Beanie by A Crafty Concept, Dead of Winter Wrap by By Stephanie Erin, Easy Amethyst Cardi by Coco Crochet Lee, and Tunisian Cable Cowl by Raffa Musa Designs!

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See you on February 7th!

February 7th, 2020
Kicking off the Easy TC blog hop, today’s FREE pattern is this super cute Scrappy Tunisian Bow designed by Bonnie from Woodland Stitchcraft! It’s the perfect textured bow to add to any accessory. Add some vintage vibes with the leather strap! Download your FREE copy only for 24 hours using the code: SCRAPPYBOW. Head to her blog post to get the pattern PDF!

Don’t forget to come back on Monday, Feb. 10th, for the free pattern! Until then, check out Bonnie’s work and give her a follow on Instagram! See you on Monday!!!

February 10th, 2020
Today’s FREE pattern is this super cute Tunisian Honeycomb Ear Warmer pattern designed by Elisabeth from Desamour Designs! It’s the perfect ear warmer accessory and makes for a super cute mommy and me set! Download your FREE copy only for 24 hours using the code: EASYTC. Head to her blog post to get the pattern PDF!

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow Tuesday, Feb. 11th, for the free pattern! Until then, check out Elisabeth’s work and give her a follow on Instagram! See you tomorrow!

February 11th, 2020

Today’s free pattern is the Striped Tunisian Bow-tie that I designed in June of last year! This adjustable bow-tie pattern is a great beginner project and can easily be made with a straight 4 mm crochet hook. Make it in a solid color or as a striped version! Use code EASYTCBOWTIE to download your free copy just for today. Head over to the bow-tie blog post here to download your free copy!

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow Wednesday, Feb. 12th, for the free pattern! Until then, check out my work and give me a follow on Instagram! See you tomorrow!

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February 12th, 2020

Today’s free pattern is the Tea Lover Mug Cozy designed by Mihaela from Lens And Yarn! This super easy mug cozy pattern is a great beginner project and will keep your hands and your drink nice and warm. Make it in any type of yarn! Use code MUGCOZY to download your free copy just for today. Head over to Mihaela’s blog post here to download your free copy!

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow Thursday, Feb. 13th, for the free pattern! Until then, check out Mihaela’s work and give her a follow on Instagram! See you tomorrow!

February 13th, 2020

Today’s free pattern is the Tunisian Heart designed by Alex from With Alex! This super easy heart pattern is a great beginner project and will be perfect as a last-minute Valentine’s Day gift for all your galentines and valentines! Use code EASYWITHALEX (one word, no hyphen) to download your free copy just for today. Head over to Alex’s blog post here to download your free copy!

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow Friday, Feb. 14th, for the free pattern! It’s a super special one so make sure you stop by! Until then, check out Alex’s work and give her a follow on Instagram! See you tomorrow!

February 14th, 2020

Today’s free pattern is the Bobblelicious Ear Warmer designed by me Noorain @noorsknits! This super easy and chunky ear warmer pattern is a great beginner project and will be perfect for the snowy days remaining! Use code EASYTCBOBBLES (one word, no hyphen) to download your free copy just for today. Head over to my blog post here to download your free copy!

Don’t forget to come back on Monday, Feb. 17th, for the free pattern! Until then, check out my work and give me a follow on Instagram! See you Monday!

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February 17th, 2020

Today’s free pattern is the Divine Headband designed by Elisa from @stringsandcuddles! This super easy and vintage style headband pattern is a great beginner project and will be perfect for the transition days between the chilly weather and springtime breeze! Use code DIVINE (one word, no hyphen) to download your free copy just for today. Head over to Elisa’s blog post here to download your free copy!

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow, Feb. 18th, for the free pattern! Until then, check out Elisa’s work and give her a follow on Instagram! See you tomorrow!

February 18th, 2020

Today’s free pattern is the Diagonal Lattice TC Headband designed by Raffaella from @raffamusa_designs! This super easy and textured headband pattern is a great beginner project and will be the perfect accessory to complete any look! Use code CRAZY4TC (one word, no hyphen) to download your free copy just for today. Head over to Raffaella’s blog post here to download your free copy!

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow, Feb. 19th, for the free pattern! Until then, check out Raffaella’s work and give her a follow on Instagram! See you tomorrow!

February 19th, 2020

Today’s free pattern is the Not So Basic Purse designed by Divya from @stringtierey! This super easy and textured purse pattern is a great beginner project and will add a chic look to any outfit! Use code BASIC (one word, no hyphen) to download your free copy just for today. Head over to Divya’s blog post here to download your free copy!

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow, Feb. 20th, for the free pattern! Until then, check out Divya’s work and give her a follow on Instagram! See you tomorrow!

February 20th, 2020

Today’s free pattern is the Stashdown Pillow designed by Janine from @capital.crochet! This super easy and colorful pillow pattern is a great stash-busting project and will add a modern touch to any room! Use code EASYTC (one word, no hyphen) to download your free copy just for today. Head over to Janine’s blog post here to download your free copy!

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow, Feb. 21st, for the free pattern! Until then, check out Janine’s work and give her a follow on Instagram! See you tomorrow!

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February 21st, 2020

Today’s free pattern is the Braided Tunisian Ear Warmer designed by Toni from @TLYarncrafts! This super easy and chic pattern is a great addition to your accessories and will look great with anything in your wardrobe! Use code TCFORALL (one word, no hyphen) to download your free copy just for today. Head over to Toni’s blog post here to download your free copy!

Don’t forget to come back Monday, Feb. 24th, for the free pattern! Until then, check out Toni’s work and give her a follow on Instagram! See you Monday!

February 24th, 2020

Today’s free pattern is the Lacey Tunisian Headband designed by Claire from @Bearrye! This super easy and lacy pattern is a great addition to your accessories and will look great with all of your Spring outfits! Use code EASYTC (one word, no hyphen) to download your free copy just for today. Head over to Claire’s blog post here to download your free copy!

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow, Feb. 25th, for the free pattern! Until then, check out Claire’s work and give her a follow on Instagram! See you tomorrow!

February 25th, 2020

Today’s free pattern is the Tunisian Wash Cloth Duo designed by Emily from @hookedhazel! This super easy and textured pattern will be a fun mindless project and a great addition to your self-care routine! Use code TCWW225 (one word, no hyphen) to download your free copy just for today. Head over to Emily’s blog post here to download your free copy!

Come back tomorrow, Feb. 26th, there may be a BONUS free pattern! Until then, check out Emily’s work and give her a follow on Instagram! See you tomorrow!

February 26th, 2020

The last free pattern is the Join Me Easy Tunisian Mittens designed by Arunima from @knitterknotter! This super easy and playful pattern will be a great addition to your spring wardrobe! Use code JOINMEEASYTC (one word, no hyphen) to download your free copy just for today. Head over to Arunima’s blog post here to download your free copy! Make sure you check out her work on Instagram and give her a follow!

Thank you so much for following along on this blog hop. I hope the patterns were fun and helped you learn the art of Tunisian crochet in an easy way! If you were able to grab some of the patterns, make sure you share your makes with me on Instagram by tagging me @noorsknits and using the hashtag #EasyTC by Feb. 29th to be entered to win the giveaway goodies as shown below!

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Check out this blog hop for 13 easy FREE Tunisian crochet patterns that can be made with a regular hook! Get each Tunisian Crochet Pattern PDF on Ravelry!

If you like making these designs, give my Tunisian Sweetheart Scarf a try in time for Valentine’s Day! If you would like to invest in a Tunisian crochet hook set, you can check out my full review of the Clover Takumi Tunisian Crochet Hook Set here.