Kids Ramadan DIY Craft – Shooting Star Wall Hanging

Enjoy a free kids Ramadan DIY activity for children 7 years and above - a free video tutorial for how to make a star fringe wall-hanging!

If you are looking for a fun kids Ramadan activity to do during the day, I’ve got you covered.

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This is a cute Ramadan craft for children ages 7 and above. It involves a little bit of crochet and some fringe! After finishing this project, you’ll have a cute addition to your Ramadan decor. The great thing is you can make it in many different colors and add it to your kids’ room beyond Ramadan!

Kids Ramadan DIY – Materials

You can even go to a local craft store to purchase these materials. Joann, Michaels, or Hobby Lobby may have everything you’re looking for. This craft is inspired by Purple Ramadan which is why I used the purple and gold. You can let your little one choose the colors they would like to use. The only suggestion I have is that the yarn for making the star should be a size 5 bulky yarn. This is the type of yarn recommended for crochet beginners.

Kids Ramadan DIY – Full Video Tutorial

Enjoy a free kids Ramadan DIY activity for children 7 years and above - a free video tutorial for how to make a star fringe wall-hanging!

If you have any questions, you can send me an e-mail at [email protected]

Don’t forget to share your beautiful creations with me on social media. Tag me on Instagram @noorsknits and use the hashtag #noorsramadandiy. I can’t wait to see everyone’s different versions.

If you’d like to try learning some more crochet, you can check out my YouTube channel. If you’re looking for some Eid gifts, you can check out my Ramadan/Eid Products roundup over here.

Ramadan Kids Calendar – Ramadan Thirty – Day 11 Activity

Ramadan Thirty is the perfect Ramadan kids calendar. A one of a kind online interactive digital Ramadan Calendar featuring 30 days of learning and activity!

Having a Ramadan kids calendar is a great way to help our little ones spiritually connect during Ramadan. Especially if you are finding it difficult to get your little ones involved. It can be hard since they may not be able to pray or fast yet. That is why it’s important to give our children tangible activities. Activities that will teach important concepts about Ramadan in fun and relatable ways. Read on to see how easy it is to get your kids engaged!

If you are looking for the perfect Ramadan kids calendar, this is the one! Ramadan Thirty is a one of a kind online interactive digital Ramadan Calendar featuring 30 days of Ayahs and Hadith, fun activities, crafts, printables, and journal pages!

Ramadan Kids Calendar – Ramadan Thirty Day 11 Craft

I’ve teamed up with some of my favorite crafty ladies – Eva and Asiyah from Handmade Beginnings to bring you a craft for Day 11 of their Ramadan Thirty online interactive calendar. For this day, I will be showing you how to make a simple crochet bookmark with a tassel. This is a good craft for children ages 7 and above. There is a full video tutorial as well as a pdf file with written instructions included.

Ramadan Thirty is the perfect Ramadan kids calendar. A one of a kind online interactive digital Ramadan Calendar featuring 30 days of learning and activity!

If you would like your child to have this Ramadan kids calendar and participate in this activity, make sure to go sign up here.

Make sure you follow Eva and Asiyah’s crafty journey on their blog, Instagram, and YouTube channel. Although they are on a break right now, you can also favorite their shop and buy some great products for your kids when they re-open.

If you would like to try another Ramadan themed craft soon, make sure to sign up for my mailing list here to get notified when I release my free DIY Ramadan project. If you’re looking for some Eid gifts, you can check out my Ramadan/Eid Products roundup over here.

Crochet Dress for Babies- Tunisian Pixie Dress

A crochet baby dress, designed by me?! Somebody pinch me!

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The Tunisian Pixie Dress is a beginner friendly Tunisian crochet dress pattern for babies! It can be made in sizes 0-3 months all the way up to 18-24 months! You can now find it on Etsy and Ravelry.

It’s here! A crochet baby dress that I designed all on my own! When I started working on this design, I didn’t know if it would end up fitting an actual baby. The first version I made was something that would probably only fit a doll. I persisted though because I had promised myself at the beginning of the year to create more girl designs.

The Tunisian Pixie Dress is a beginner friendly Tunisian crochet dress pattern for babies! It can be made in sizes 0-3 months all the way up to 18-24 months! You can now find it on Etsy and Ravelry.

I looked at it and tried to justify the size and told myself that I could make it work! Then, after a whole lot of convincing myself, I realized that if I am going to get serious about designing I need to start looking at tech editing as an investment rather than an expense! I asked around and everyone recommended Emily from Fiat Fiber Arts. I reached out to her and started discussing the design. She helped me figure out the math and become more confident in my designing process. She is an amazing tech editor and mentor! I absolutely loved working with her!

The Tunisian Pixie Dress is a beginner friendly Tunisian crochet dress pattern for babies! It can be made in sizes 0-3 months all the way up to 18-24 months! You can now find it on Etsy and Ravelry.

Even after figuring out the math, I was praying really hard that the dress would actually fit the respective sizes in the pattern. This is where my testers came and blew me away. They sent me pictures of the dress on AN ACTUAL BABY! This is when things got real!

So today, I present to you, my Tunisian Pixie Dress! It can be made in sizes 0-3 months all the way up to 18-24 months (16” to 20” chest circumference). This pattern is for a Tunisian crochet baby dress that is worked flat and seamed. Video and photo tutorials are included as well as a schematic and a full sizing chart along with written instructions. This is a super cute pattern for a baby shower gift or for a special occasion such as birthday party, wedding, or a newborn photoshoot! You can now find it on Etsy and Ravelry.

Pin this dress now and make it later.

The Tunisian Pixie Dress is a beginner friendly Tunisian crochet dress pattern for babies! It can be made in sizes 0-3 months all the way up to 18-24 months! You can now find it on Etsy and Ravelry.

Looking for another baby Tunisian project, check out my Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern. This blanket was my first Tunisian crochet pattern that I published!

Tunisian Crochet Scarf for Kids – Free Crochet Pattern

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Here's a great Tunisian crochet free scarf pattern for kids that can easily be adapted for child and adult sizes!

I got inspired since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. The Petite Wool by We Are Knitters is so fluffy – it feels like crocheting with a cloud! This yarn has been sitting in my stash for about a year (I know I’m crazy).
I want to make more girly things in the new year, so here’s my first girly design! This is the perfect yarn and the perfect soft colors for the look I wanted to achieve. This is a fun and cute Tunisian crochet pattern for toddlers that can be adapted for bigger sizes by doing more repeat rounds. It’s perfect for all your little valentines and your galentines! So go ahead and give it a try!

If you would like the color chart and step-by-step written instructions (eg. Tss 4 with Color A, tss 1 with Color B, tss 20 with Color A) as well as video references you can purchase a comprehensive pdf on Ravelry or Etsy. If you are an experienced Tunisian crocheter, go ahead and scroll down to the free version of this pattern and enjoy!

Here's a great Tunisian crochet free scarf pattern for kids that can easily be adapted for child and adult sizes!

Tunisian Crochet Pattern:

Yarn:

2 skeins of We Are Knitters Petite Wool in contrasting colors. Color A – Grey, Color B – Nude

Hooks

Size L 11 8mm Tunisian crochet hook
Size H 5.5 mm crochet hook for adding fringe

Gauge:

13 st by 9 rows gives a 4 x 4 in square 

Here's a great Tunisian crochet free scarf pattern for kids that can easily be adapted for child and adult sizes!

Tunisian Crochet Pattern – Toddler Size

Ch 25 with Color A and complete a foundation row
Row 2: Tss across with Color A and complete a standard return pass.
Row 3: Tss 4 with Color A, tss 1 with Color B, tss 20 with Color A
Row 4: Tss 3 with Color A, tss 3 with Color B, tss 19 with Color A
Row 5: Tss 2 with Color A, tss 5 with Color B, tss 18 with Color A
Row 6 and 7: Tss 1 with Color A, tss 7 with Color B, tss 17 with Color A
Row 8: Tss 2 with Color A, tss 2 with Color B, tss 1 with Color A, tss 2 with Color B, tss 18 with Color A
Row 9 and 10: Tss across with Color A
Row 11: Tss 12 with Color A, tss 1 with Color B, tss 12 with Color A
Row 12: Tss 11 with Color A, tss 3 with Color B, tss 11 with Color A
Row 13: Tss 10 with Color A, tss 5 with Color B, tss 10 with Color A
Row 14 and 15: Tss 9 with Color A, tss 7 with Color B, tss 9 with Color A
Row 16: Tss 10 with Color A, tss 2 with Color B, tss 1 with Color A, tss 2 with Color B, tss 10 with Color A
Row 17 and 18: Tss across with Color A
Row 19: Tss 20 with Color A, tss 1 with Color B, tss 4 with Color A
Row 20: Tss 19 with Color A, tss 3 with Color B, tss 3 with Color A
Row 21: Tss 18 with Color A, tss 5 with Color B, tss 2 with Color A
Row 22 and 23: Tss 17 with Color A, tss 7 with Color B, tss 1 with Color A
Row 24: Tss 18 with Color A, tss 2 with Color B, tss 1 with Color A, tss 2 with Color B, tss 2 with Color A
Row 25 and 26: Tss across with Color A

Repeat rows 2 to 26 two more times for toddler size.
For child and adult sizes, continue repeating rows 2 to 26 till you have the desired length.

After completing the last row, sl st in each loop to bind off.

Add fringe:
Holding both strands of Color A and Color B together measure 8 in. and cut – repeat this 25 times. Attach fringe to every other loop.

Don’t forget to use the hashtag #tunisiansweetheartscarf on Instagram and tag me @noorsknits so I can see all of your amazing work!!

If you would like to try another Tunisian crochet project, check out my Tunisian snowflakes ear warmer (Ravelry or Etsy) and creamsicle crochet baby blanket patterns (Ravelry or Etsy).

If you’re looking for some valentines or galentines gift ideas, you can go check out my gift guide post here.

The Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern is LIVE

The Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern is finally here!!!! 

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Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket – About the Pattern

This pattern is for a fun Tunisian crochet baby blanket inspired by sweet summer memories. It is worked up in a total of 12 squares and joined together and finished off with a simple border. The border can be customized any way you like and this blanket can even be hung up on the wall as a nursery/kid’s room decor item (a link to written instructions is included). Links to video tutorials for how to complete a Tunisian crochet foundation row and how to do Tunisian crochet colorwork are also included. A color chart is also provided. You can change the size of the blanket by removing or adding squares. Colors can also be customized, keep it gender neutral by using greens and yellows like I have or switch it up as you like!

As part of the Hooked on Summer Crochet Pattern Giveaway organized by Pam of Carroway Crochet, just for this week July 24th 12 AM EST to July 30th 11:59 PM EST, you can grab the pattern PDF for free on Ravelry. Read how this works below then head over to the pattern and make sure to check out all the other patterns on the round-up page!

Here are a few pictures by my wonderful pattern testers! I loved seeing their spins on the Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket pattern, especially the different color selections. I would have never thought to use a black background. The wall hanging idea was so cute too!

Sadia – @miashimo
Saniya – @san_creates
Sarah – @sarahsuehowdoyoudo
Raimee – @knotesandknots
Mihaela – @lensandyarn

Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket – Technical Details

Skill Level:
Beginner

Techniques:
Tunisian Crochet Colorwork (a link to a video tutorial is included)

Yarn:
Size 4 Weight 

Hooks:
6.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook that is 8.5 in. long or with a cord to hold stitches
5.5 mm crochet hook for joining and completing border (optional)

Notions:
Yarn needle
Scissors
Measuring tape

Gauge:
Gauge is 17 st. x 15 rows for a 4 x 4 in. square in pattern

Finished Size:
The finished blocked size is 23 in x 34 in.

If you’d like to win a copy of this pattern, head on over to my Instagram where I will be holding a giveaway until Tuesday Oct. 23rd at 12:00 AM EST. But if you can’t wait to cast on:

Grab the pattern NOW on Ravelry or Etsy!

I hope you enjoy making the Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket as much as I did! If you do make it, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram @noorsknits and use the hashtag #creamsiclecrochetbabyblanket.

You can read more about my inspiration for this design over here.

Crochet Pumpkin with a Tunisian Crochet Twist

Here’s my first ever crochet pumpkin of the season with a Tunisian crochet twist! I hope you enjoy making it as much as I did!

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Crochet pumpkin with a Tunisian crochet pattern!

Materials:

  • 5.5 mm. Tunisian Crochet Hook
  • Size 4 Worsted Weight Yarn in 2 colors
    • Color A – Big Twist Baby Yarn in Orange
    • Color B – Caron Simply Soft in Brown
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

Abbreviations:

Sl st: Slip stitch
Ch: Chain
Tss: Tunisian Simple Stitch

Crochet Pumpkin Pattern:

Foundation Row: With Color A, ch 10 and pull up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete standard return pass. (10 st)

Rows 1 -20: With Color A, Tss 10. Complete standard return pass. (10 st)

Bind off loosely and do not cut yarn

With the wrong side facing out, fold the finished piece and slip stitch into every other stitch along the bottom and side to close the pumpkin.

Turn piece inside out and add stuffing or scrap yarn. Cut 30 in. of Color B and weave through the top stitches and pull to close the top and tie a knot, do not cut yarn. 

Chain 5 with the remaining strand of Color B, pull up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete standard return pass. Sl st. to bind off. Weave in remaining ends into the pumpkin and enjoy!

This is a free pattern but please remember to credit me and link back to this page whenever you make the pumpkin! Don’t forget to share a picture on Instagram by tagging me @noorsknits and use the hashtag #tunisiancrochetpumpkin so I can see your version and share with everyone!

Happy Hooking!

I’ll be adding a leaves pattern soon too. If you would like to be the first to know when it comes out, join my mailing list here.

If you love Tunisian crochet, you can go read about the process behind my latest design, the Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern which will be releasing soon.