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!

Pin this Colorblock crochet wrap pattern to your favorite Pinterest boards!

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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Practice some fun Tunisian crochet stitches with this FREE Tunisian crochet scarf 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

Purchase the complete Wander Palette Pack HERE or mix and match individual skeins HERE

 Hook:

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

Grab a Furls Tunisian crochet hook HERE

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:

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

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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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

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

Grab the amazing new Solar Flare Streamline Hooks on Furls Crochet before they’re all gone!


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 Animal Scarf Pattern Polar Pup Scarf

The Polar Pup Scarf is a fun free Tunisian crochet animal scarf pattern for your little one to cozy up with this winter. Has stitch tutorials.

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The Polar Pup Scarf is a fun Tunisian crochet animal scarf pattern for your little one to cozy up with this winter.

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If you’re looking for fun animal crochet scarf patterns, you are in the right place! If you’ve never tried Tunisian crochet projects before, don’t be intimidated, I designed this super easy crochet scarf pattern for beginners to get familiar with Tunisian crochet. The best part is this is a crochet scarf pattern with pockets so your kiddos can stuff it with all their favorite snacks and toys!

This pattern is for a fun beginner-friendly Tunisian crochet kids scarf. The Polar Pup Scarf if the perfect Tunisian crochet scarf for your little one to cozy up for this winter! You can make it shorter or continue for a few more inches to make it longer. The polar pup pockets add a super cute and cozy touch!

Grab the full free crochet animal scarf pattern over on the Joy of Motion Blog- Available starting at Nov.10th at 8 AM EST!

About the Inspiration for this Crochet Animal Scarf Pattern:

My inspiration comes from winter-themed children’s clothes which usually have a polar bear on them. The moment I saw the Caron Latte Cake and Lion Brand Go For Faux yarn together in these colors, I knew they would pair perfectly for a winter crochet child scarf pattern! I tried a few different safety eyes and a nose that just didn’t look right so then I decided embroidery was the way to go! I’m very happy with the way this Tunisian crochet pattern turned out. The Lattice Stitch is becoming one of my favorite Tunisian crochet stitches (after Honeycomb of course!)

About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Beginner

Yarn:
Caron Latte Cake in Blueberry, 480 yards (Size 5 bulky weight; 8.8 oz./ 257g, 530 yd/485 m; 58% acrylic, 42% nylon)
Lion Brand Yarn Go for Faux in Baked Alaska, 40 yards, (size 6 super bulky weight; 3.5 oz/100 g, 64 yd/60 m; 100% polyester)
Lion Brand Yarn Wool-Ease Thick and Quick in Black 20 yards (Size 6 super bulky weight; 6 oz./ 170g, 106 yd/97 m; 80% acrylic, 20% wool)

Hook:
Size M13 9.0 mm Tunisian crochet hook with an 8 in. cord. Grab my favorite set here.

Notions:
Yarn needle
Scissors
Measuring tape

The Polar Pup Scarf is a fun free Tunisian crochet animal scarf pattern for your little one to cozy up with this winter. Has stitch tutorials.

Gauge:
Gauge is 17 sts over 9 rows in Tunisian lattice stitch for a 4 x 4 in. square with Caron latte cakes using a 9.0 mm hook.

Finished Size:
The finished size is 57 in. long by 8 in. wide
Note: The length can be easily customized.

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Other Tunisian crochet patterns you might enjoy are the Tunisian Sweetheart Scarf and the Fall-Ready Crossbody Bag.

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The Polar Pup Scarf is a fun free Tunisian crochet animal scarf pattern for your little one to cozy up with this winter. Has stitch tutorials.

Spring Crochet Scarf Pattern – Springtime Wishes Scarf

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

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

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

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

Tunisian Crochet Patterns Ravelry

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

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

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