Tunisian crochet scarf pattern Snowscapes Scarf

Try out this cozy Tunisian crochet scarf pattern to practice some fun colorwork and the Tunisian knit stitch.

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Materials

Inspiration

A couple of months ago, I was invited to participate in a fun challenge by Hobbii Yarn, the Japandi Challenge and I had to hop on! The challenge was based on a Japanese x Scandinavian theme – and we were invited to explore and interpret these themes through our pattern designing skills.

I chose to create a Tunisian crochet scarf using Hobbii Pearly Haze (the softest most beautiful yarn I have ever used) to represent the Japandi theme. I decided on these beautiful soft colors that worked so well together. I chose Turkish Blue, Teal, and Cream. Initially, I did a poll to ask whether you all wanted stripes or colorblock sections for the color work and a lot of people said stripes but the designer in my couldn’t let go of the idea of color blocks so I did a mix of both. The scarf has a lot of character and can be worn in many different ways! Of course I had to finish off with some fringe to complete the look!

A huge thank you to Hobbi Yarn for providing the yarn for this pattern!

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About Pattern

This pattern is inspired by the Japanese and Scandinavian aesthetic. This scarf will be a simple and relaxing design created with the Tunisian knit stitch and some basic colorwork. Fringe will be added to finish off the design. Tunisian crochet is making a comeback and this pattern will be great for beginners and advanced crocheters alike for getting familiar with the basic Tunisian crochet stitches and minimalist colorwork design. It will be the perfect addition to any winter wardrobe! This pattern is worked flat in one piece, bottom-up. The techniques used in this pattern include Tunisian crochet knit stitch and changing colors in Tunisian crochet. This pattern can be completed by an advanced-beginner. The pattern includes video tutorials for the techniques used. The pattern is divided into 4 sections and each section has an accompanying overview picture and color chart provided.

Materials

Skill Level: Advanced-Beginner

Yarn:
Col A – Hobbii Pearly Haze in Cream (04) 480 yds (73% Viscose 27% wool; 1.75 oz/ 50gr, 120 yd/ 110 m)
Col B – Hobbii Pearly Haze in Turkish Blue (88) 360 yds (73% Viscose 27% wool; 1.75 oz/ 50gr, 120 yd/ 110 m)
Col C – Hobbii Pearly Haze in Teal (96) 360 yds (73% Viscose 27% wool; 1.75 oz/ 50gr, 120 yd/ 110 m)

Hook:
Size L 8.0 mm Tunisian crochet hook at least 12 in. long or with 12 in. cord and stopper. I used my Furls Cruella Deville Tunisian crochet hook. It is currently not in stock but my other faves are the Clover Takumi Tunisian crochet hooks or the Denise Interchangeable Hooks!

Notions:

Gauge:
Gauge is 15 sts by 12 rows in Tunisian Knit Stitch for a 4 x 4 in. square.

Finished Size:
The scarf is 96 in. long by 13 in. wide with fringe and 80 in. long by 13 in. wide without fringe

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Tunisian Knit Stitch

How to Change Colors in Tunisian Crochet

How to Bind Off in Tunisian Crochet

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Easy Tunisian Crochet Scarf Pattern Inspiration Behind the Design

To be honest, I don’t think this design was inspired by anything, it literally just flew off my hook and before I knew it, I had a super long super chunky bold statement Tunisian crochet scarf and I couldn’t be happier with it! There is just something about the bamboo stitch that gives me that same sense of calm that knitting gives me. The bamboo stitch is originally a knit stitch and I randomly happened across a Tunisian crochet version of it and instantly tried it out. I love that Tunisian crochet can mimic knitting so well! I’ve been on a kick to try out knit repeat stitch patterns in Tunisian crochet to get that crochet like knit result. I’ve loved the results so far! Just this week I released a modified moss stitch tutorial which is similar to the knit moss stitch, check out the full tutorial here.

Anyways, I digress. I LOVE the Bamboo stitch, just look at that gorgeous texture. And can we just have a moment for this yummy Lion Brand x Two of Wands Hue & Me Yarn in Juniper, this color is everything. Anyways keep reading for details about the pattern, cozy up, and get started on making your own Juniper Steps Scarf! The result is a super long bold textured Tunisian crochet statement scarf. If you don’t know how to knit and you want that chunky knit hygge feel, this is the pattern for you!!

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Easy Crochet Scarf Pattern About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Beginner  


Yarn:

Lion Brand Yarn Hue and Me in Juniper 550 yards (Bulky weight size 5; 4.4 oz/ 125g; 137 yd/ 125; 80% Acrylic, 20% Wool)

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Hooks:

Notions: 

Gauge:

  • Gauge is 12 sts over 10 rows in Tunisian simple stitch for a 4 x 4 in. square

Finished Size:

  • The finished size is 90 in. long by 8 in. wide with tassels and 78 in. long by 8 in. wide without tassels.

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Easy Crochet Scarf Pattern Pattern Notes:

A super long bold textured Tunisian crochet statement scarf. If you don’t know how to knit and you want that chunky knit hygge feel, this is the pattern for you!!

How to Bind off in Tunisian Crochet


How to do the Tunisian Knit Stitch

How to do the Tunisian Purl Stitch

How to Tunisian Bamboo Stitch

How to make a tassel

  • 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.
  • Bamboo Stitch: Yo, tks into next 3 vertical bars, slip yarn over over the 3 stitches

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Abbreviations

Ch: Chain

Tks: Tunisian simple stitch

Tps: Tunisian purl stitch

Yo: Yarn over

RetP: Return Pass -Explained above


Easy Tunisian Crochet Scarf Pattern Pattern Instructions:

Ch 21

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (21 sts) 

Row 2: Tps 2, tks to the last 3 stitches, tps 2, work last st as normal.  (21 sts)

Row 3: Tks across (21 sts)

Rows 4 to 7: Repeat Rows 2 and 3 (21 sts)

Row 8: Tps 2, Yo, tks into next 3 vertical bars, slip yarn over over the 3 stitches, tks 3, Yo, tks into next 3 vertical bars, slip yarn over over the 3 stitches, tks 3, Yo, tks into next 3 vertical bars, slip yarn over over the 3 stitches, tps 2, work last st as normal (21 sts)

Row 9: Tks across (21 sts)

Row 10: Tps 2, tks to the last 3 stitches, tps 2, work last st as normal.  (21 sts)

Rows 11 to 14: Repeat Rows 9 and 10 (21 sts)

Row 15: Tks 5, Yo, tks into next 3 vertical bars, slip yarn over over the 3 stitches, tks 3, Yo, tks into next 3 vertical bars, slip yarn over over the 3 stitches, tks 5, work last st as normal (21 sts)

Repeat rows 2 to 15 until you reach the desired length.

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This is what the pattern repeat should look like after a few rows:

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Bind off and cut yarn leaving a 6 in. tail. Weave in all loose ends. For the scarf pictured, the total length was 78 inches before attaching the tassels. Add 6 in. tassels evenly along the short edges.

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

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This is an original pattern from Noor’s Knits, ©2022. Please do not reprint, repost, or sell any parts of this pattern, but feel free to link back to my blog. You are welcome to sell finished items made from this pattern but please kindly link back to my website. Send questions to [email protected].

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Colorblock Crochet Wrap Pattern Colors of the Wind Wrap

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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!

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About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Advanced-Beginner 

Materials needed for this Colorblock Crochet Wrap Pattern


Yarn:

Furls Crochet Wander Palette Pack in Autumn:

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

V – Velvet 

S – Snow  

T – Thatch

D – Dragonfruit

A – Ambrosia

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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

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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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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

Tunisian Crochet Scarf Free Pattern- Tunisian Giving Scarf

Tunisian crochet scarf patterns are so fun! Here is a FREE beginner Tunisian crochet pattern with a fun textured stitch and hand-dyed yarn.

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Tunisian crochet scarf patterns are the perfect way to try out this new hybrid style craft! After all, you’re just making a long rectangle, right? Well, I have the perfect beginner Tunisian crochet pattern for you here using a stitch that gives a beautiful texture when paired with variegated hand-dyed yarn. The best part is that it’s reversible AND a one-skein project!

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This is a scarf that I started during Ramadan with the intention of donating and it fits perfectly with the Crochet for a Cause theme. Crochet for a Cause is an event hosted by Ashley of Edythblayn where every Monday two scarf/hat patterns are released and the pattern PDFs are available for free throughout the week. This event will run throughout summer so you can grab all of the patterns and get some good charity crochet in! The goal is to have a good pile of handmade goodies ready to donate at the end of summer!

This week my Tunisian Giving Scarf pattern is the featured pattern – where you can get the pattern PDF for FREE from June 29th to July 5th, 2020 (11:59pm EST)!

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Materials:

For this Tunisian crochet spin on a crochet infinity scarf, I used hand-dyed yarn from Fatima of Aquarius Make in this gorgeous variegated colorway with beautiful neutrals. Fatima is an amazing indie yarn dyer and she has a shop update and sale going on right now, make sure to go check her shop out below.

For this pattern, I used one cake of light 3 DK weight yarn, 75% Superwash Merino Wool and 25% Nylon approximately 246 yards.

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You will need a 5.0 mm Tunisian crochet hook or a 5.0 mm straight crochet hook that is at least 6 in. in length. I got creative and used my Clover knitting needlepoint protector as a stopper to turn it into a straight hook. You can check out my full review of the Clover Takumi Interchangeable Tunisian crochet hook set here.

Tunisian crochet scarf patterns are so fun! Here is a FREE beginner Tunisian crochet pattern with a fun textured stitch and hand-dyed yarn.

About the Tunisian Honeycomb Stitch:

If you have never tried the Tunisian crochet honeycomb stitch, you’re in for a treat! This stitch is my favorite of all the Tunisian crochet stitches because it looks good on just about any weight and type of yarn! I have a video tutorial taking you through how to do it here.

Abbreviations:

Ch – Chain
Tss – Tunisian Simple Stitch
Tps – Tunisian Purl Stitch

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Gauge:

22 sts over 15 rows for a 4 x 4 in. square in Honeycomb Stitch

This pattern is for a reversible one-skein textured Tunisian crochet infinity scarf. It’s the perfect mindless project to practice Tunisian crochet and learn a new stitch!

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

Abbreviations:

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

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Pattern Instructions:

Ch 30 
Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (30 sts) 
Row 2: (Tss, Tps)* Rep * across. (30 sts)
Row 3: (Tps, Tss)* Rep * across. (30 sts)

This is what the pattern repeat should look like after a few rows:

Continue repeat till you’ve reached your desired length. For the scarf pictured, the total length was 32 inches (16 in. doubled/after looping). It could easily be doubled over as a cowl as seen below.

Bind off and do not cut, keep remaining yarn as a tail. Fold scarf in half, align stitches, and whip stitch ends together or join using your preferred method of seaming to form a loop. Weave in ends as neatly as possible and cut yarn.  

Tunisian crochet scarf patterns are so fun! Here is a FREE beginner Tunisian crochet pattern with a fun textured stitch and hand-dyed yarn.
Tunisian crochet scarf patterns are so fun! Here is a FREE beginner Tunisian crochet pattern with a fun textured stitch and hand-dyed yarn.

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

Share your scarf with me on social media using the hashtag #TunisianGivingScarf for a chance to be featured!
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This is an original pattern from Noor’s Knits, ©2020. Please do not reprint, repost, or sell any parts of this pattern, but feel free to link back to my blog. You are welcome to sell finished items made from this pattern but please kindly link back to my website. Send questions to [email protected].

Tunisian crochet scarf patterns are so fun! Here is a FREE beginner Tunisian crochet pattern with a fun textured stitch and hand-dyed yarn.

Pin this FREE crochet scarf pattern now and make later

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This scarf would make the perfect #makefoyoself project. What is #makefoyoself you ask? Continue reading to find out!

A couple of years ago, I really felt burnt out by constantly making things for others and for my business and needed a project just for myself to slow down and enjoy the craft again. This is when I came up with my hashtag #makefoyoself which encourages fellow makers to take a breather and make a mindless project just for themselves. You can check out the hashtag by clicking below! The project doesn’t necessarily have to be a project for yourself, it can be an item you’re making for donation too. The Tunisian Giving Scarf is a great first project to start with since it’s an easy crochet pattern and works up super fast!

Get inspiration and #makefoyoself!