Crochet Coaster Patterns Tunisian Textured Coasters

Looking for crochet coaster patterns? Make these super textured fun Tunisian crochet coasters while learning new Tunisian crochet stitches!

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Looking for crochet coaster patterns? Make these super textured fun Tunisian crochet coasters while learning new Tunisian crochet stitches!

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About the Pattern:

This pattern is for two textured Tunisian crochet coasters that can be completed by a beginner! It is made with two simple stitch repeats, the set can be completed easily in a couple of hours and is a perfect mindless project and makes for a great last minute gift or stocking stuffer!

Skill Level: Beginner 


Yarn:

Big Twist Textile Yarn – 40 yds (Approximately 40 yards for each coaster) (5.3 oz/ 150 g; 108  yds/99 m;  68% cotton, 32% Polyamide; size 6)

*This yarn has been discontinued.

Yarn substitutes: Bernat Maker Home Decor, Paintbox Yarns Recycled T-Shirt Yarn, Hooked Zpaghetti Yarn

Size of coaster may vary if yarn weight is significantly different.

Hooks:

  • Size N15 (10 mm) Tunisian crochet hook with a 12 in. Cord, Grab my favorite interchangeable Tunisian crochet hook set here.

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Notions: 

Gauge:

  • Gauge is 12  sts over 8 rows in Tunisian Simple Stitch for a 4×4 in. square

Finished Size:

  • The finished coaster is 4 x 4 in.

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Colorblock Crochet Wrap Pattern Colors of the Wind Wrap

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

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

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Design Inspiration behind this FREE Colorblock Crochet Wrap Pattern

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

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

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

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

11 Indigenous Organizations to Support in Canada

About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Advanced-Beginner 

Materials needed for this Colorblock Crochet Wrap Pattern


Yarn:

Furls Crochet Wander Palette Pack in Autumn:

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

V – Velvet 

S – Snow  

T – Thatch

D – Dragonfruit

A – Ambrosia

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 Hook:

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

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Notions: 


Gauge:

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

Finished Size:

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

Pattern Notes:

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

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

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Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain

Tss: Tunisian simple stitch

Tps: Tunisian purl stitch

Tks: Tunisian knit stitch

RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

Pattern Instructions for this Colorblock Crochet Wrap Pattern

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

Color Chart Sections H to O:

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Color Chart Sections A to H

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

Stitch Guide:

Section A – Honeycomb

Section B – Simple Stitch

Section C – Knit Stitch

Section D – Simple Stitch

Section E – Honeycomb

Section F – Simple Stitch

Section G – Knit Stitch

Section H – Simple Stitch

Section H= Simple stitch

Section I= Honeycomb 

Section J= Honeycomb

Section K= Honeycomb

Section L= Honeycomb

Section M= Simple Stitch

Section N= Knit stitch

Section O= Honeycomb

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Pattern Instructions:

Ch 58

Section A begins (Completed in the color Snow)

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

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

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

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

Rows 4 and 5: Repeat rows 2 and 3.

Row 6: Repeat row 2.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Row 16 and 17: (T) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rows 26 to 28: (D) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rows 37 to 39: (A) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rows 46 to 58: (V) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rows 67 and 68: (A) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Row 76: (D) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

11 Indigenous Organizations to Support in Canada

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

Row 85: (T) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rows 93 to 95: (S) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Row 105: (A) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rows 123 and 124: (T) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rows 133 and 134: (V) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Row 143: (A) x 58

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

Rows 144 to 157: (S) x 58

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

11 Indigenous Organizations to Support in Canada

Crochet Cable Square Pattern Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner 


Yarn:

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

Hooks:

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

Notions: 


Gauge:

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

Finished Size:

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




Pattern Notes:

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

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


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Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain

Tss: Tunisian simple stitch

Tks: Tunisian knit stitch

Tps: Tunisian purl stitch

RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

Pm: Place Stitch marker

Yo: Yarn over






Pattern Instructions:

8 IN. SIZE

Ch 32

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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12 IN. SIZE

Ch 50

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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Tunisian Crochet Square Pattern Tunisian cookie square

Check out this holiday Tunisian crochet square pattern. Enjoy the free Tunisian crochet pattern for this fun colorwork crochet cookie square.

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You are going to love this Tunisian crochet square pattern! Tunisian crochet with colors is so much fun. If you enjoy tapestry crochet or intarsia crochet, you are sure to love this fun Tunisian crochet technique! Even if you don’t know many Tunisian crochet stitches, working with colors can give some beautiful designs.

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I am participating in the Hope in the Holidays crochet along being hosted by my friend Claire at Bear Rye Crochet! There are a total of 22 crochet along patterns for you to enjoy as part of this event. If you’re looking for some fun crochet along afghan patterns, this is the event for you! This is the perfect crochet along afghan to make for the holidays. Although it isn’t a Tunisian crochet blanket, there are quite a few Tunisian crochet squares for you to enjoy!

My Tunisian crochet square pattern is for a cookie because that’s what comes to mind when I think of the holidays. I don’t celebrate any of the major holidays around this time of year but I do love two things that are a major part of this season: baking and enjoying everyone’s decorations. I love baking yummy treats, who doesn’t? I initially started off with a sugar cookie with icing as the idea but it evolved into this chocolate cookie and I am so happy with the way it turned out and my hubby found the perfect Pepperidge Farms Peppermint Thins to go with the square! If you were looking for the perfect crochet cookie squares, you’ve found them. I think the Tunisian Cookie Squares would look so cute even as a banner as part of your holiday decor.

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About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate 


Yarn:

Color AO- OysterKnit Picks Mighty Stitch in Oyster (32 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)

Color BC- Chocolate – Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in Chocolate (41 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)

Color CW – White Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in White (12 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)

Hooks:

  • Size K US 10 (6.5 mm) Tunisian crochet hook with a 12 in. Cord.

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Notions: 

Gauge:

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

Finished Size:

  • The finished square size is 8 in. wide by 8 in. in length.


Pattern Notes:

This pattern is for a holiday theme tunisian crochet cookie square. It’s The perfect square to practice Tunisian crochet color work and to get excited about the holidays.

  • Pattern rows are Forward pass instructions.


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Pattern Notes Continued.

  • 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.
  • Important: The Color chart should be read right to left 

Abbreviations:

Sl st: Slip stitch
Dc: Double crochet
Ch: Chain
Tss: Tunisian simple stitch
RetP: Return Pass -Explained above
Colors: O-Oyster C – Chocolate W – White


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Pattern Instructions:

Ch 35 with O

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Then, complete a normal RetP. (35 sts) 

Rows 2 to 29: Follow color chart (on page 6) in Tss. The stitch count should be 35 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, follow the written instructions then follow the instructions for the dc edging.

Row 2: O35

Row 3: O14, C2, W, C3, O15

Row 4: O12, C3, W, C4, W, C2, O12

Row 5: O11, C3, W, C4, W, C4, W, O10

Row 6: O9, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C3, O8

Pattern Continued

Row 7: O8, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, O7

Row 8: O7, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C2, O6

Row 9: O6, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, O5

Row 10: O6, C3, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, O5

Row 11: O5, C3, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C, O5

Row 12: O4, C3, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C3, O4

Row 13: O4, C2, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, O4

Row 14: O4, C, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, O4 

Row 15: O4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C, O4

Row 16: O4, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C2, O4

Row 17: O4, C3, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C3, O4

Row 18: O4, C2, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C3, W, O4

Row 19: O4, C, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C3, W, C, O4


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Pattern Continued


Row 20: O5, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C3, W, C, O5 

Row 21: O5, C3, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C3, W, C2, O5

Row 22: O5, C2, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C3, W, C3, O5

Row 23: O6, W, C4, W, C4, W, C4, W, C3, W, C3, O6

Row 24: O7, C3, W, C4, W, C4, W, C3, W, C3, O7

Row 25: O8, C, W, C4, W, C4, W, C3, W, C3, O8

Row 26: O10, C3, W, C4, W, C3, W, C2, O10 

Row 27: O12, W, C4, W, C3, W, C, O12

Row 28: O15, C, W, C3, O15

Row 29: O35 

Finishing Touches:

Bind off, leaving a 6 in. tail for all colors, cut yarn and weave in all ends. With the right side of the square facing you, join Chocolate yarn and dc evenly along one long edge. Repeat on the opposite long edge. 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 this holiday Tunisian crochet square pattern. Enjoy the free Tunisian crochet pattern for this fun colorwork crochet cookie square.


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Check out this holiday Tunisian crochet square pattern. Enjoy the free Tunisian crochet pattern for this fun colorwork crochet cookie square.

Check out my other free Tunisian crochet patterns like my Tunisian Giving Scarf and Tunisian Orchid Square. If you enjoyed the colorwork here, you can also check out my Tunisian crochet blanket pattern for my Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket.

Crochet Skirt Pattern Pocketful of Color Skirt

Check out this super cute color block Tunisian crochet skirt pattern for sizes 18 months to 10 years on Etsy and Ravelry!

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If you’re looking for a fun crochet skirt pattern to work on, I have just the pattern for you! I created this skirt with some left-over yarn I had. I intended it to be a simple color block skirt so the only stitch used is the Tunisian simple stitch for the skirt itself. Then I decided it would be nice to have some ribbing at the top for a drawstring closure. Before I finished up the skirt, I had an idea to add some textured afterthought pockets and I think that is my favorite part of the design! The Tunisian honeycomb stitch is my absolute favorite of all the Tunisian crochet stitches. I also added some picot edging to add a touch of fancy.

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I love that this skirt can be dressed up or down and can be made in any color combination! The best part is that this pattern is easy enough that it can be completed by people who are just getting started with Tunisian crochet!

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Check out my testers’ versions below. They all did a fantastic job and helped me perfect the pattern!

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About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Yarn:

Col A: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in Wisteria 100 yards (worsted weight size 4, 80% Acrylic 20% Superwash wool, 208 yds/190 m, 100 g/3.53 oz)

Col B: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in Fairy Tale 112 yards (worsted weight size 4, 80% Acrylic 20% Superwash wool, 208 yds/190 m, 100 g/3.53 oz)

Col C: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in Mulberry 94 yards (worsted weight size 4, 80% Acrylic 20% Superwash wool, 208 yds/190 m, 100 g/3.53 oz)

Hooks:

Notions: 

Gauge:

  • Gauge is 18 sts over 14 rows in Tunisian Simple Stitch = 4” square using 5.5 mm Tunisian crochet hook,

Finished Sizes 

18 mo2/34/567/810
Hip Circumference20.5”22”23.5”25”28”29.5”
Hem Width28.5”30”31.5”33”36”37.5”
Skirt Length7”9”11”13”15”17”
Total Yardage Estimates 280300370420480680

Calculate approximate yardages for each color by dividing the total yardage by 3 and adding 20 to 50 yards for the pockets 

Pattern is written to allow for 1” of positive ease at hips. Add yardage if the hip size of your child is larger than that given in the chart.

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It’s the perfect crochet skirt pattern for the little girl in your life. Get started and practice your Tunisian crochet skills!

If you liked this design, be sure to check out my other Tunisian crochet patterns for kids: the Tunisian Pixie Dress and Tunisian Tinsel Romper as well!

Interchangeable Crochet Hook Set Review for Knit Picks

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Recently, I started seeing a lot of these beautiful rainbow wood crochet hooks on my friends’ Instagram feeds so I decided to give them a try myself. We Crochet Official/Knit Picks sent this crochet hook set to me so I could try it out and give my followers an honest review (thanks We Crochet friends!). Follow along as I take you through what this Knit Picks Tunisian Crochet Hook Set includes and how I feel about it!

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What’s Inside?

The complete crochet hook set comes with the following components:

  • Radiant Interchangeable Crochet Hooks (6 in. in length) (8 total) – E-4 (3.5mm), F-5 (3.75mm), G-6 (4.0mm), 7 (4.5mm), H-8 (5.0mm), I-9 (5.5mm), J-10 (6.0mm), and K-10.5 (6.5 mm)
  • Sturdy Black Cables 4 total – 2 each of 21″ and 29″ lengths (crochet hook tip to end of cable)
  • Accessories: snapped clear vinyl case, 8 black end caps, and 2 cable keys

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Important Features

My favorite part about these wooden crochet hooks is the smooth finish. The main component of these hooks is strong layers of laminated birch. I cannot get over how smooth they feel in my hand.

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There is even a thumb rest which allows a good grip when crocheting. I also love the weight of these hooks. They aren’t super lightweight but they aren’t super heavy either which is perfect for small and big projects!

The join is very smooth which means yarn will not snag on the hooks. The compact and portable case is perfect for on-the-go travel crochet! The end caps are high quality and the cable keys ensure a snug fit. This ensures that the cable and end caps don’t come undone while you’re crocheting. I highly recommend using the cable keys for screwing and unscrewing the cables and end caps. The cables are very flexible but also thick and sturdy which makes them perfect for heavier projects like shawls and blankets!

One thing that is a little bit different for me, especially as a Tunisian crocheter, is the rounded head. I have a sharp head on my other Tunisian crochet hooks which makes it easy to pick up loops as I do my forward pass. With this set, picking up loops for the foundation row is kind of hard. But once I get beyond the foundation row, picking up stitches is a little bit easier. It’s still different from the sharp head crochet hooks but I think with practice I’ll get the hang of it! The rest of the features make up for this one difference though so I’m not complaining!

How do these work?

All you have to do is attach one of the interchangeable cables to the end of the Radiant Interchangeable Crochet Hook by screwing it in place. Next, attach the cable cap to the opposite end of the cable to keep your stitches securely on the cable. You can mix and match a large range of interchangeable hook sizes with cables available in 21″ all the way up through 57″. This means you can create projects ranging from scarves to garments and blankets.

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If you want a complete wood Interchangeable crochet hook set, you need to invest in this set. It is a high-quality compact and practical set! You can get the set directly from the Knit Picks website over here.

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If you want, you can also get larger hook sizes 7.0 mm, L 11 (8.0 mm), M 13.0 mm, N/P 15 (10.0 mm). 12.0 mm separately here and the extra cords in lengths 24 inches to 60 inches here. You can also grab some connectors here to mix and match and increase the length of cords.

We Crochet also has a great selection of yarns. One of my favorites is their Mighty Stitch Superwash Merino Wool + Acrylic Blend which I used for my Tunisian Orchid Square pattern. Shop the Mighty Stitch yarn collection here.

I have another little girls’ skirt pattern in the works that will be going out to testers soon. Make sure you are signed up to my newsletter here to get notified when I release the pattern.

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If you are ready to try out some Tunisian crochet patterns, you can check out my patterns on Ravelry, Etsy, or LoveCrafts.com. A great pattern to get started with is my free Tunisian Giving Scarf pattern. It’s the perfect gift-giving idea for the upcoming holiday season!

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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.

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?!

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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!

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Tunisian Bobblelicious Earwarmer:

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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.

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!

Buy a Ready to Ship Tunisian Crochet Washcloth Kit!

Preorder a Tunisian Crochet Washcloth Kit!

SAVE THIS POST TO YOUR FAVORITE PINTEREST BOARD SO YOU CAN GET BACK TO IT EASILY!

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.