Crochet Purse Pattern – Tunisian Boho Clutch

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This is only my second crochet purse pattern that I have designed and I absolutely love how it turned out! I have had this yarn in my stash for over a year and I can’t believe it took me so long to make something with it. I am so glad I finally did and now I can share with you all too!

Crochet Purse Pattern – About the Tunisian Boho Clutch

This yarn is so unique and totally takes me home. I own many chiffon clothes in my Indian wardrobe!

It was so great working with the chiffon ribbon yarn from Darn Good Yarn. I love that chiffon yarn provides great texture and also gives off a boho-chic vibe! Here is the texture in all its glory! The Tunisian Simple Stitch really worked well with this yarn. Just look at those colors and stitches *in love*!

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Adding the heart button and tassel gave the perfect finishing touch!

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This crochet purse is a super simple pattern and you can make it in less than two hours with minimal materials! The best part is that you can style it with so many different outfits. Check below for some inspo!

Looking for the perfect crochet bag pattern for beginners? Find out here where to get the full crochet purse pattern for this Tunisian Boho Clutch as a kit!
Looking for the perfect crochet bag pattern for beginners? Find out here where to get the full crochet purse pattern for this Tunisian Boho Clutch as a kit!
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Don’t worry if you have never tried Tunisian crochet because I have video tutorials for all the stitches and techniques required linked throughout the pattern! This is a great crochet bag pattern for beginners!

Find the full crochet purse pattern PDF for the Tunisian Boho Clutch here and with the yarn as a kit here exclusively on the Darn Good Yarn website!

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Looking to shop the skirt seen above, check out my review and styling guide for Darn Good Yarn Sari-Silk Wrap Skirts. Want to try more Tunisian crochet patterns? Check out my patterns over on Etsy or Ravelry.

Easy Crochet Pattern – Snowflakes Ear Warmer

Are you looking for an easy crochet pattern? You're in the right place! This Tunisian Snowflakes Ear Warmer is a great winter Tunisian crochet project!

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Are you looking for an easy crochet pattern? You’re in the right place! This Tunisian Snowflakes Ear Warmer pattern works up super quick and uses only one-skein of Caron x Pantone yarn per size! The Tunisian crochet snowflake themed pattern comes in sizes toddler, child, and adult! This pattern is for a Tunisian crochet colorwork ear warmer that you work flat and then sew together. Video tutorials are included for all stitches. There is also a full-color chart included!

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Are you looking for an easy crochet pattern? You're in the right place! This Tunisian Snowflakes Ear Warmer is a great winter Tunisian crochet project!

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Are you looking for an easy crochet pattern? You're in the right place! This Tunisian Snowflakes Ear Warmer is a great winter tunisian crochet project!

This is a great winter crochet project and makes for a great mommy and me set for the upcoming holiday season. If you are in gift-making or market prep mode you’ll be able to make lots of these in just a few hours since it is such an easy crochet ear warmer pattern. Just for today, you can get the PDF for this pattern for free as part of Eclairemakery’s Winter Fashion Blog Hop! Head over here to grab the coupon code and then click below to get to the pattern! Then, after you grab the pattern you can scroll through to grab your materials from Amazon!

Are you looking for an easy crochet pattern? You're in the right place! This Tunisian Snowflakes Ear Warmer is a great winter Tunisian crochet project!

Easy Crochet Pattern – Materials

Are you looking for an easy crochet pattern? You're in the right place! This Tunisian Snowflakes Ear Warmer is a great winter Tunisian crochet project!

Yarn:
Caron x Pantone in Faerie Cakes (1 skein per size) 127 yards Size 5 Bulky Weight or any equivalent size 5 bulky weight yarn in 5 gradient colors.

Caron x Pantone Yarn in Faerie Cakes

Hooks:
6.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook with a 24 in. cord to hold stitches
9.0 mm crochet hook (optional)

Notions:


Scissors


Measuring tape

Gauge:
Gauge is 16 st. over 24 rows in Tunisian Knit Stitch

Finished Size:
Toddler: 8 x 3.25 in. laid flat; fits head circumference of 19 in.

Child: 8.25 x 4 in. laid flat; fits head circumference of 20 in.

Adult: 8.5 x 4 in. laid flat; fits head circumference of 21 in.

Are you looking for an easy crochet pattern? You're in the right place! This Tunisian Snowflakes Ear Warmer is a great winter Tunisian crochet project!

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This is an original pattern from Noor’s Knits, ©2018 and beyond. 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 noorsknits@gmail.com.

You can also find this snowflake crochet pattern on Etsy. If you liked this easy crochet pattern for the Tunisian Snowflakes Ear warmer, try the Tunisian Foxy Scarf and Cowl pattern here.

Unique Crochet Scarf Patterns – Fox Scarf and Cowl

Are you looking for unique crochet scarf patterns or crochet scarf patterns for beginners? You are in the right place!

Are you looking for unique crochet scarf patterns or crochet scarf patterns for beginners? Get the Tunisian crochet pattern for this fun foxy scarf set.

Unique Crochet Scarf Patterns – Fox Scarf and Cowl

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This year I decided to make a modified Tunisian crochet version of my Foxy Scarf and Cowl set. I released this knitting pattern last year and now I have a crochet pattern for all my crochet friends! I am so excited to release this pattern as part of a fun Fall Favorites blog hop. This blog hop is by the Design Create Repeat blog. You can see all of the featured designs here.

Anytime I design a mommy and me set, I always think of subtle ways of matching. Mommy doesn’t want to look like a kid right?! I’ve made sure to keep things subtle by leaving out the eyes on the adult triangle scarf. I think it looks perfect! This foxy pattern is great because it is a fast crochet scarf made with size 6 bulky weight yarn and a 9.0 mm size 13 Tunisian crochet hook (here is my favorite set of Tunisian crochet hooks). Here I used Lion Brand Yarn Wool-Ease Thick and Quick in Spice, Fisherman, and Black.

Just for today, I am offering the free PDF for this foxy scarf crochet pattern in my Ravelry shop! The code you can use is FallFave! The deal will expire tomorrow at 8 AM EST so hurry! Click the box below to get to the pattern on Ravelry!

Are you looking for unique crochet scarf patterns or crochet scarf patterns for beginners? Get the Tunisian crochet pattern for this fun foxy scarf set.

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I also have this pattern available on Etsy. You can find the knit version of this design from last year on Etsy and Ravelry. If you would like to sample some Tunisian crochet before committing to a bigger project, you can give my Tunisian Crochet Pumpkin or my Tunisian Samplerpillar a try!

Crochet Bag Pattern for Beginners – Fall Crossbody Bag

Looking for a perfect crochet bag pattern for beginners? I have you covered.

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Need a Crochet Bag Pattern for Beginners? This Crossbody Bag + scrunchie Tunisian crochet pattern is simple enough for beginners + fun for all levels.

Crochet bag patterns are slowly becoming a favorite make! They work up super quick and are functional! When I was invited to participate in my friend’s Fall-themed blog hop, I couldn’t say no! I had so many Fall-perfect skeins of yarn that I had to use up. This pattern instantly came to mind and literally flew off my hook! Before I finished making it, I already knew how I wanted to style it! I initially designed this bag for the Eclairemakery Blog last year.

Need a Crochet Bag Pattern for Beginners? This Crossbody Bag + scrunchie Tunisian crochet pattern is simple enough for beginners + fun for all levels.

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You can get the crochet bag pattern pdf in my Ravelry or Etsy shop! If you are looking for crochet purses and bags tutorials, you are in the right place! This is the perfect project for beginners and you’ll end up with the cutest Fall accessories!

This is great as a crochet little girl purse pattern too since I include the pattern for a small and large size! How cute would these bags be as a mommy and me set?!

Need a Crochet Bag Pattern for Beginners? This Crossbody Bag + scrunchie Tunisian crochet pattern is simple enough for beginners + fun for all levels.

This crochet purse pattern is easy enough for beginners and interesting enough for advanced crocheters! I have several Tunisian crochet patterns in my shops but this is the first purse pattern I am releasing! I’ve also included a scrunchie pattern for you to complete the look!

This Tunisian crochet pattern uses Lion Brand Yarn Hometown USA in Napa Valley Pinot and Lion Brand Yarn Woolease Thick and Quick in Wheat. The hook size needed is a US 13 N Tunisian crochet hook with a 12 in. cord. Here’s my favorite set of Denise interchangeable crochet hooks which I used for making this bag! If you’re interested you can check out my full review of this set here.

Need a Crochet Bag Pattern for Beginners? This Crossbody Bag + scrunchie Tunisian crochet pattern is simple enough for beginners + fun for all levels.

Crochet bag patterns are so easy and fun to make and give you that perfect handmade accessory that will go with so many outfits! For just TODAY you can get this pattern for free! Just head over to the Eclairemakery blog hop here and find the coupon code then head to the pattern on Ravelry!

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Need a Crochet Bag Pattern for Beginners? This Crossbody Bag + scrunchie Tunisian crochet pattern is simple enough for beginners + fun for all levels.

Crochet Scarf Patterns + More -30 Days of Cozy

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Are you looking for crochet scarf patterns and more for the upcoming holiday season? Find 30 great patterns as part of this 30 Days of Cozy Pattern Bundle!

Ok, friends, I’ve been keeping a secret but today is the day to share some good news with you! 

Some designer friends and I have come together for the Second Annual 30 Days of Cozy. We’ll release 30 new free and premium designs over the course of the next 30 days on the Made With a Twist blog.

That’s right, a new designer will be featured each day and they’ll be sharing a BRAND NEW, NEVER RELEASED design just for you. I can’t wait…it’s going to be epic!

CHECK OUT THE DESIGN THAT WAS RELEASED TODAY, RIGHT HERE!

Today’s design is incredible, but I know what you’re thinking. 30 days is a long time to wait for all these amazing designs. That’s where the even better news comes in. Because we know you’re busy and might not want to check back for each new design, you can get the entire bundle of 30+ crochet patterns TODAY in The 30 Days of Cozy Pattern Bundle.

This fabulous bundle is a collection of all 30 crochet patterns PLUS premium upgrades and bonus patterns from some of your favorite bloggers and designers. The best part is that it’s on sale for a limited time for just $12! That’s 90% off the retail price and a value of over $120 in beautiful, cozy, patterns perfect for sweater weather and holiday gifting, you can’t miss it.

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Crochet Scarf Patterns – Tuni Candy Cane Cowl and Scarf – A Perfect Mommy and Me Set

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I’m so excited to share that my design, Tuni Candy Cane Cowl and Scarf, will be included in the bundle, just in time for cooler weather. If you are looking for unique crochet scarf patterns, keep reading!

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This beginner-friendly pattern is for a candy cane theme Tunisian crochet toddler scarf and adult size cowl set. Both patterns are crochet flat which makes it a perfect beginner pattern! The scarf and cowl are inspired by all things candy cane. This set uses size 6 super bulky yarn in contrasting colors (Lion Brand Woolease Thick and Quick). This means it works up super quick (perfect for markets and holiday gifts)! It is the perfect fast crochet scarf. The toddler size also features huge pockets that are perfect for stuffing with all those yummy holiday treats and toys!

The toddler size will become available for free on the Made With a Twist Blog on Oct. 4th. You can upgrade to the premium Tuni Candy Cane Cowl and Scarf PDF pattern as part of the bundle which includes the cowl along with color charts for both pieces! Get this set along with 29 other amazing patterns along with upgrades from your favorite designers for just $12 starting TODAY!

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You can also purchase this crochet winter scarf pattern set in my Etsy and Ravelry shops for $4.

Crochet Scarf Patterns and More – 30 Days of Cozy Bundle

Did you catch the 30 Days of Cozy Bundle last year? If so, you already know the quality and professionalism of each design that Pam includes in the event. Now, you get another chance to add some more absolutely fantastic patterns to your collection for just $12!

Are you looking for crochet scarf patterns and more for the upcoming holiday season? Find 30 great patterns as part of this 30 Days of Cozy Pattern Bundle!

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Crochet Hat Pattern – Inspired by Hat Not Hate

Looking for a free crochet hat pattern? Here's a unique design I've created in honor of the Hat Not Hate campaign by Lion Brand in child to adult sizes.

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Looking for a free crochet hat pattern? Here's a unique design I've created in honor of the Hat Not Hate campaign by Lion Brand in child to adult sizes.

Are you looking for a fun free crochet hat pattern? I created this super cool design for hat not hate! There are still a couple of weeks left to send in your blue hats to support the anti-bullying campaign by Lion Brand! You can head to the Ravelry download link by clicking the button above!

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I experienced bullying in various forms while I was growing up. Sometimes it was hurtful words and other times I remember being hurt physically. I used to be shamed for the way I looked and for being the only South Asian kid in the class. That’s why this initiative means a lot to me. This initiative is relevant to the backlash POC makers are currently experiencing for speaking out against injustice.

This design comes from a place of unity. It’s important to “put yourself in another person’s shoes” so you can see the world from their perspective. Similarly, we have to “try each other’s hats on” to truly understand one another. This is the only way we can show each other compassion and move forward.

Looking for a free crochet hat pattern? Here's a unique design I've created in honor of the Hat Not Hate campaign by Lion Brand in child to adult sizes.

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Free Crochet Hat Pattern –

Disclaimer: This pattern has not been tested so please let me know if you find any errors! I’ll fix them right away!

The way the pattern is written, the colorwork will be on the front of the hat and there is no shaping involved. It is a tubular/cat-ear type hat as modeled by me! Bub’s hat is the first prototype. That’s why the heart is made with both contrasting colors which were difficult to crochet. As a result, I decided to use one color to make the heart!

Notes:

This pattern uses a few Tunisian crochet techniques. Use the following video tutorials as needed:

  • Pattern rows are Forward pass instructions.
  • The following instruction 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

Materials:

Yarn:

I used Lion Brand Yarn for this project. You could use any worsted weight size 4 yarn.

Pound of Love in Denim – approximately 200 yards
Jeans in Top Stitch – approximately 70 yards
Jeans in Faded or Vanna’s Choice in Light Blue – approximately 90 yards

Notions:

Yarn Needle
Scissors
Tape Measure

Hook:

5.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook with a 24 or 32 in. cord

Gauge is 18 st. by 14 rows in Tunisian Simple Stitch

Abbreviations:

TSS– Tunisian Simple Stitch – Video Tutorial here
TPS– Tunisian Purl Stitch – Video Tutorial here
How to do Tunisian Crochet colorwork – Video Tutorial here

Pound of Love in DenimCol A – Color A

Jeans in Top StitchCol B – Color B

Jeans in Faded or Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Light BlueCol C – Color C

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Free Crochet Hat Pattern for Child Size (fits head circumference of 20 in.)

Using 5.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook with 24 in. cord, chain 90 and complete a foundation row (video tutorial here).

Note: Complete a standard return pass for each row. Stitch count should be 90 before each return pass is worked.

Rows 1 to 6: TPS, TSS with Col A (This is the ribbing)
Row 7: TSS across with Col A
Row 8: TSS 17 with Col A, TSS 2 with Col B, TSS 5 with Col A, TSS 1 with Col C, TSS 5 with Col A, TSS 2 with Col C, TSS 57 with Col A
Row 9: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 3 with Col A, TSS 3 with Col C, TSS 3 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 56 with Col A
Row 10: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 2 with Col A, TSS 5 with Col C, TSS 2 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 56 with Col A
Row 11: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 7 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 56 with Col A
Row 12: TSS 14 with Col A, TSS 6 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 7 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 6 with Col B, TSS 54 with Col A
Row 13: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 7 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 56 with Col A
Row 14: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 2 with Col A, TSS 2 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 2 with Col C, TSS 2 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 56 with Col A
Row 15: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 9 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 56 with Col A
Rows 16 to 25: TSS across with Col A
Row 26: Bind off

Weave in loose ends and fold your finished piece in half with the wrong side facing you. Whipstitch along the side or use your preferred method to seam up the hat! Don’t forget to share it with me if you make it by using #onelovehat and tagging me @noorsknits on Instagram.

Free Crochet Hat Pattern for Teen/Adult Size (fits head circumference of 22 in.)

Using 5.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook with 24 in. to 32 in. cord, chain 99

Note: Complete a standard return pass for each row. Stitch count should be 99 before each return pass is worked.

Rows 1 to 6: TPS, TSS with Col A
Row 7: TSS across with Col A
Row 8: TSS 17 with Col A, TSS 2 with Col B, TSS 5 with Col A, TSS 1 with Col C, TSS 5 with Col A, TSS 2 with Col C, TSS 66 with Col A
Row 9: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 3 with Col A, TSS 3 with Col C, TSS 3 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 65 with Col A
Row 10: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 2 with Col A, TSS 5 with Col C, TSS 2 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 65 with Col A
Row 11: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 7 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 65 with Col A
Row 12: TSS 14 with Col A, TSS 6 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 7 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 6 with Col B, TSS 63 with Col A
Row 13: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 7 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 65 with Col A
Row 14: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 2 with Col A, TSS 2 with Col C, TSS 1 with Col A, TSS 2 with Col C, TSS 2 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 63 with Col A
Row 15: TSS 16 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col C, TSS 9 with Col A, TSS 4 with Col B, TSS 65 with Col A
Rows 16 to 32: TSS across with Col A
Row 33: Bind off

Weave in loose ends and fold in half with the wrong side facing you and seam up the side with a whipstitch or using your preferred method of seaming. Don’t forget to share it with me if you make it by using #onelovehat and tagging me @noorsknits on Instagram.

Find Out More About Hat Not Hate

You can read more about my experience with bullying and the Hat Not Hate campaign here. I have included ways to be proactive in preventing and dealing with the consequences of bullying. You can find more information about how to participate in the Hat Not Hate Campaign here.

If you are looking for another fun Tunisian crochet colorwork project, the Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket is a fun and versatile pattern.

Crochet Bow Pattern – Free Tunisian Crochet Bow-Tie

Free crochet bow pattern - make this cute crochet bow-tie in Tunisian crochet or in normal crochet - both patterns are available here!

I came up with this super easy free crochet bow pattern recently as I was thinking of ways to use up my scrap yarn. It can be intimidating to try a new craft so I want to make it easy for you. I would like you to try this super simple pattern to get used to and fall in love with Tunisian crochet! Similarly, I have a normal crochet version of the bow below if you prefer the simple crochet stitches! This bow can be attached to anything. For example, you can attach it to a hair-tie, headband, or a bow-tie. I decided to turn it into an adjustable bow-tie for Bubs! The double crochet belt makes it easy to adjust to any size!

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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! I’ve decided to include this pattern as a Free PDF just for 24 hours as part of the Easy Tunisian Crochet Blog Hop. Head over to the Easy TC Main Blog Post to grab the code, come back and click below to get your free PDF just for today!

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Materials:

Yarn

11 yards of Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton in Navy
5 yards of Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton in Red
12 yards of Big Twist Yarn in White or Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton in White
8 yards of Aunt Lydia’s Metallic Crochet Thread in Silver

Hooks

4.0 mm Tunisian Crochet Hook or 4.0 mm straight crochet hook
4.5 mm Crochet hook

Notions

Scissors
Yarn Needle
Measuring Tape
Thread
Sewing Needle
3/4 in. button (need 2)

Abbreviations:

TSS – Tunisian Simple Stitch
HDC – Half Double Crochet
Sl St – Slip Stitch
St(s) – Stitch(es)
Sc – Single Crochet
Ch – Chain

Tunisian Crochet Bow Pattern:

Free crochet bow pattern - make this cute crochet bow-tie in Tunisian crochet or in normal crochet - both patterns are available here!

Using a 4 mm Tunisian crochet hook, with white yarn chain 20 – make foundation row.

Row 2: TSS across with red. Normal return pass.

Row 3: Pick up white yarn and TSS across. Normal return pass.

Repeat rows 2 and 3 till you have completed 11 rows.

Bind off with white yarn.

Using metallic crochet thread with the right side of the finished piece facing you, sl. st into the first st along the long edge (20 st.), and sc around. Each time you get to a corner, ch 1, and continue sc around along short edge (12 st.). When you’ve reached the start, join with the first st by doing a sl st. Similarly, repeat one more round of sc.

Weave in all loose ends.

Bow Tie – Adjustable Band

Free crochet bow pattern - make this cute crochet bow-tie in Tunisian crochet or in normal crochet - both patterns are available here!

With navy blue, Chain 55

Row 1: Ch 2 and DC into each st for the next 54 sts.

Leaving a 6 in. tail, cut yarn.

Assemble the Bow-Tie

Take a 38 in. piece of blue yarn and cinch center of bow and sew in place.

With the adjustable band placed behind the cinched bow (right side facing you), Wrap the 38 in. piece of yarn around the bow and belt multiple times. After that, when there are about five inches of yarn remaining, stop wrapping and weave in the remaining yarn tail into the back of the bow.

Sew one 3/4 in. button onto the end of the adjustable belt (the end with yarn tails/starting point). Sew the second 3/4 in. button 2 inches from the first button.

Adjust the bow-tie to fit a range of baby to adult sizes by placing the buttons through the spaces between the double crochets.

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Normal Crochet Bow:

Using 4.5 mm crochet hook, chain 20. Follow rows 1 to 4 as outlined below:

  1. Firstly, Ch 1, HDC across with white and turn work.
  2. Secondly, join red yarn and sl st., ch 1, HDC over and around the white yarn while carrying the white yarn in the back and HDC across till the end of the row, turn work.
  3. Thirdly, with white yarn, work HDC over and around the red yarn while carrying the red yarn in the back and HDC across till the end of the row, turn work.

Finally, continue steps 2 and 3 while alternating colors and holding the non-working yarn in the back. Complete a total of seven rows.

With the right side facing you, sc around with metallic crochet thread as mentioned above. Make an adjustable band and cinch and sew bow and strap together as mentioned above.

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If you liked this free crochet bow pattern, give my Tunisian Sweetheart Scarf pattern a try! You can check out some great knitting and crochet video tutorials over on my YouTube channel!

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!

Nicolle -Mama Designer of Cute Baby Blankets

Nicolle is a fellow mama designer and has designed some amazing crochet baby blankets. One thing I love about her work is that it is always so neat! Her focus is on DIY with a simple and timeless touch.

Nicolle is a fellow mama designer and has designed some amazing crochet baby blankets. One thing I love about her work is that it is always so neat! Her focus is on DIY with a simple and timeless touch.

Tell me a little bit about yourself and your business.

On the mom side of things, I have 2 kids (1.5 and almost 3). I am a veteran and my husband is still in the AF, so we move around a lot. It’s a challenge to parent without family around. So that’s a big part of things too. I’m a meteorologist by trade, and kind of as a tangent to that I’m a huge Earth lover and maybe a little bit of a tree hugger. I just started blogging regularly this past year, mostly crochet inspiration & patterns but also some other DIY things (I’m kinda big on holistic stuff). Baby blankets are my jam though! My patterns are available in my Etsy/Ravelry shops, but I don’t sell finished products because I don’t have the time! However I do have a life goal of doing a craft fair.

How many years have you been knitting/crocheting for?

I’ve been crocheting for a little over 20 years, which makes me sound really old, ha! When I was 11 years old, I learned from my grandfather’s wife. I made a blanket for my baby cousin, which I actually saw in recent years and and let me tell you it’s pretty horrific! But I’m honored that she kept it. She’s in college now. My friend taught me to knit a few years ago, but I haven’t explored that too much yet.

What are your current WIPs?

Always so many – I’ve been working on All About Ami’s Granite Cape for almost 3 years now! It’s almost done :). I mostly like to come up with my own stuff though. I’m working on a new baby blanket, a blanket for a friend’s May baby, and a temperature blanket that will represent my daughter’s first year of life. Clearly my fave thing is making baby blankets!. There is also a half finished throw blanket that honestly I probably won’t pick up again until Fall.

What is your favorite thing to design and why (Spoiler alert: it’s baby blankets)?

Blankets are really my jam. I especially love baby blankets, because I love trying to incorporate the receiver’s nursery theme and personality, etc. Since blankets are just simple rectangles, they are like a blank canvas and a challenge for making something interesting and worthy.

What are your goals for this year?

I want to put out 10 new crochet patterns. I’m working furiously on creating the projects now before I get more busy with the kids. So far I’ve put out 2, have 4 in progress and 4 more planned out. Most are blankets 🙂 I hope I can get to them all!

How do you balance mom-life and making?

This is a huge challenge and the reason I’ve been working on my Granite Cape for almost 3 years. My son is almost 3…coincidence? lol. There are a few things I’ve realized recently though. First, if you want something bad enough you will make time for it. Maybe “find” time is the better answer. I literally carry my project bag around the house with me, and the moment my kids are playing self sufficiently (and not wrestling each other) I pull it out and make some progress. It also helps when I bring it with me everywhere I go because car naps are a real thing with my 1 yr old.

Also, I know I need to be intentional with my time and not go down the rabbit hole on Instagram or get caught up with the TV. That’s time that can be used effectively to get things done. It’s also important to have intentional rest time. I’m a huge introvert and I neeeeed to rest. I’m also 30 weeks pregnant – yikes. What I still need to work on is balance. Balance is a big one for me. Trying to balance the “work at home thing” and dedicating time to work while trying to be an attentive parent is challenging . Mom life comes with so much guilt, so I try to make sure I’m not taking away from my job being a stay at home mom. Some days I just don’t get to do what I want but that’s life (preaching to myself here!).

One piece of advice for fellow mama makers?

Just be understanding of your limits. It’s true that you can make this work, but maybe you won’t grow quite as fast as you want to, or maybe you’ll have a lot of setbacks. But that’s okay. Your priority is your family. Don’t make excuses for not reaching goals, but give yourself some grace because momming isn’t easy and you’re doing the best you can.

Here is one of Nicolle’s beautiful baby blankets. This is called the “Sweet Georgia” baby blanket, which she made for a Georgia girl. It’s an infinite granny square with a scalloped border and ribbon/bow, and definitely has an heirloom quality to it. She loves the intricacy of it while still having a timeless feel to it. This was the first baby blanket she made after taking a long hiatus moving to Germany and having kids, and it’s extra special to her because the mama she made it for had tried long and hard for her baby girl. You can find this pattern on her blog and in her Etsy shop.

You can find Nicolle on Instagram, Facebook, and her blog. Find her patterns in her Etsy and Ravelry shops!

You can find a recording of the Live that I did with Nicolle here!

If you are a mama designer and/or a poc designer and would like to join me for a Live interview and be featured, you can fill out the form here.

Tunisian Crochet Scarf for Kids – Free Crochet Pattern

Scroll down for the free Tunisian crochet scarf 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.