Crochet Skirt Pattern Pocketful of Color Skirt

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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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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!

Crochet Pillow Pattern – First Snowfall Pillow

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Looking for a textured Tunisian crochet pillow pattern? It’s the perfect pillow to get cozy with this winter! The honeycomb and bobble stitches make it interesting and super fun. Use it to add some cuteness to a nursery or any other room! You can even showcase different sides according to your preference! Included you’ll also find a free coaster set pattern that is great for using up the leftover yarn!

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If you haven’t tried Tunisian crochet yet don’t be intimidated! The coasters are a perfect way to practice the stitches before moving on to the crochet pillow pattern! I’ve included full video tutorials for each stitch!

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About this Tunisian Crochet Cushion Pattern

Skill Level: Beginner

Yarn (for Pillow):
Color A: Bernat Baby Marly in Cloud Pink 192 yards (Size 5 Bulky yarn; 10.5 oz./300 g, 221 yd/202 m; 100% polyester)
Color B: Lion Brand Yarn Wool-Ease Thick and Quick in Fisherman 62 yards (Size 6 super bulky weight; 6 oz./ 170g, 106 yd/97 m; 80% acrylic, 20% wool)

Yarn (for Coasters):
Color A: Bernat Baby Marly in Cloud Pink 13 yards (Size 5 Bulky yarn; 10.5 oz./300 g, 221 yd/202 m; 100% polyester)
Color B: Lion Brand Yarn Wool Ease Thick and Quick in Fisherman 11 yards (Size 6 super bulky weight yarn; 6 oz./ 170g, 106 yd/97 m; 80% acrylic, 20% wool)

Hooks:
8.0 mm Tunisian crochet with a 12 in. cord, check out my favorite Clover Takumi set here.

Notions:
Yarn needle
Scissors
Measuring tape
3 x 1 in. buttons
Cotton thread
Sewing needle
12 x 12 in. pillow insert
Polyfil stuffing

Gauge:
Gauge is 11 sts over 7 rows in Tunisian honeycomb stitch for a 4 x 4 in. square with Baby Marly yarn using 8.0 mm hook.

Finished Size:
The finished size is 14 in. long by 12 in. wide

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Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern – Chunky Tunisian Pumpkin

Check out this cute chunky pumpkin Tunisian crochet free pattern! It works up super fast and you get a perfect textured crochet pumpkin!

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With the arrival of sweater weather and pumpkin season, I am sharing this cute chunky pumpkin Tunisian crochet free pattern! It works up super fast and you end up with a perfect textured crochet pumpkin to spruce up your Fall decor!

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Skill Level: Beginner  

Tunisian Crochet Free Pattern Materials

Yarn:

Bernat Velvet in Mushroom, 30 yards for small, 90 yards for large (Size 5 bulky weight; 10.5 oz/300 g; 315 yards/ 288 m; 100% polyester)
Wool-Ease Thick and Quick, 

Lion Brand Yarn Wool-Ease Thick and Quick in Wheat or Raisin, 45 yards for small, 106 yards for large  (Size 6 super bulky weight; 6 oz./ 170g, 106 yd/97 m; 100% 80% acrylic, 20% Wool)

Hook:

  • Size M 13 9.0 mm Tunisian crochet hook with 8 in. cord, grab my favorite set here.

Notions: 

Gauge:

  • Gauge is 11 sts over 8 rows in Tunisian simple stitch for a 4 x 4 in. square

Finished Size:

  • The finished size in LB Wool-Ease Thick and Quick is:
    • Small: 24 in. long by 4 in. wide laid flat, 24 in. circumference
    • Medium: 24 in. long by 5 in. wide laid flat, 24 in. circumference 
    • Large: 24 in. long by 7 in. wide laid flat, 24 in. circumference
  • The finished size in Bernat Velvet is:
    • Small: 21 in. long by 3.5 in. wide laid flat, 21 in. circumference
    • Medium: 21 in. long by 5 in. wide laid flat, 21 in. circumference 
    • Large: 21 in. long by 7 in. wide laid flat, 21 in. circumference

The pattern below is only for the small Lattice style Tunisian crochet pumpkin. To get the other sizes and a second stitch style, you can purchase the ad-free PDFs on Etsy and Ravelry.

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Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern Notes:

This pattern is for a textured chunky beginner-friendly Tunisian crochet pumpkin. It’s the perfect addition to your Fall decor and will help you practice the basic Tunisian crochet stitches! The best part is that it works up super fast so it’s great for market prep and gift making! 

  • 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.

HELPFUL VIDEO TUTORIALS

CHUNKY TUNISIAN CROCHET PUMPKIN – FULL VIDEO TUTORIAL

TUNISIAN CROCHET FOUNDATION ROW AND SIMPLE STITCH

TUNISIAN HONEYCOMB STITCH

TUNISIAN LATTICE STITCH

TUNISIAN CROCHET BIND OFF

Abbreviations:

Sl st: Slip stitch
Ch: Chain
Tss: Tunisian simple stitch
Tss2tog: Tunisian Simple Stitch 2 Together
RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

Tunisian Crochet Pattern Instructions:

Lattice Style

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Ch 11

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (11 sts)

Rows 2 to 3: Tss across. Complete normal RetP (11 sts)

Row 4: *Tss2tog (1 st), Tss back into 1st st of Tss2tog (2 sts)* Rep * to last 2 sts, Tss 1, work last st as normal. Complete normal RetP (11 sts)

Row 5: Tss 1, *Tss2tog (1 st), Tss back into 1st st of Tss2tog (2 sts)* Rep * to last st, work last st as normal. Complete normal RetP (11 sts)

Rows 6 and 7: Rep rows 4 and 5. Complete normal RetP (11 sts)

Rows 8 and 9: Rep rows 2 and 3 (11 sts)

Rep Rows 4 to 9 (5 times). Make sure you have 6 total Tunisian Simple Stitch bands. (11 sts). Bind off leaving a long tail (approximately 40 in.)

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Follow assembly instructions below.

Fold in half with the wrong side out and whip st the short edges together and follow assembly as shown in this video tutorial. Weave in all loose ends.

Assembly:
Weave yarn in and out through the stitches at the top and pull to cinch closed. Weave yarn to the other side. Fill lightly with stuffing. Mark each Tunisian simple stitch band with a stitch marker. Cinch this side closed in the same way as the other side leaving a small hole. Wrap yarn tightly around mirroring Tunisian simple stitch bands weaving yarn through the center as you go, repeat twice. Place a cinnamon stick in the hole and cinch tight. Tie some twine to add a rustic touch. Make sure to watch this video tutorial to get a better idea of how to do this.

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

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Systemic Injustice, BLM, & A Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern

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Systemic Injustice and Systemic Racism Against the Black Community

There is great injustice happening against the Black community all over the US. Overt systemic injustice examples include police brutality, wrongful incarceration, and lynchings. There are also more subtle forms of systemic injustice such as food deserts/ lack of access to healthy foods in and around Black communities, and lack of health insurance making the Black community disproportionately affected by health disparities.

In this post, I take you through some data and visual aids to show you what systemic injustice looks like in the US, my own personal reflections and perspectives, what actions can be taken to fight against this injustice. I also feature some of my favorite Black crocheters and Black designers and finally share a free Tunisian crochet pattern that I came up with inspired by the concept of standing in the gap (which I’ll explain later).

Below are some powerful words inspired by the current situation by a mother of Black children from a Muslim mom group I am a part of:

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Table of Contents:

SYSTEMIC INJUSTICE EXPLAINED – THE DATA

I’ve shared some infographics below that visually represent these issues to create awareness starting with police brutality and wrongful incarceration.

Black individuals are more likely to be fatally shot by police than White individuals.

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Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/us-systemic-racism-in-charts-graphs-data-2020-6

More than half of prisoners who are wrongfully convicted are Black

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Source: https://www.behance.net/gallery/7113733/Innocence-Project-Infographic

Black workers have historically earned far less than White workers. There is still a significant wage gap between Black and White American workers.

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Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/us-systemic-racism-in-charts-graphs-data-2020-6

“Gentrification is a process of changing the character of a neighborhood through the influx of more affluent residents and businesses.” This has led to the displacement of the Black community.

“Cities with the highest levels of black displacement between 2000 and 2010 were concentrated in the South, with nine out of 16 cities with high levels of black displacement located there. Richmond, Charlottesville, Washington, D.C., and New Orleans had the highest percentages of black displacement at the tract level.” 

Source: https://ncrc.org/gentrification/

Health Disparities in the Black Community

Black women are significantly more likely to die from a pregnancy-related death when compared with White women regardless of age.

Source: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/68/wr/mm6835a3.htm

Young African Americans are living with diseases more common at older ages.

African Americans ages 18-49 are 2 times as likely to die from heart disease than whites.

African Americans ages 35-64 years are 50% more likely to have high blood pressure than whites.

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Source: https://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/aahealth/index.html

Chronic diseases and some of their risk factors may be silent or not diagnosed during these early years. Health differences are often due to economic and social conditions that are more common among African Americans than whites. For example, African American adults are more likely to report they cannot see a doctor because of cost. 

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Source: https://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/aahealth/index.html

*It should be noted that a lot of these risk factors are associated with socioeconomic issues including food deserts and lack of health insurance. These issues are usually a result of policies at the broader level that put the Black community at a disadvantage.

Black Americans were nearly twice as likely as their white neighbors to lack health insurance as recently as 2018.

Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/us-systemic-racism-in-charts-graphs-data-2020-6

A food desert is an area that has limited access to affordable and nutritious food (i.e. supermarkets and grocery stores are far, fast food and convenience stores are the main sources of food).

Food Deserts are more prevalent in the Black community. This leads to food-related health issues such as obesity and other metabolic chronic illnesses.

Source: https://www.dailyherald.com/news/20200411/expert-food-deserts-in-black-communities-partly-explain-coronavirus-vulnerability

Wherever possible, we should try to advocate for socio-economic changes at the policy level to help alleviate some of these health disparities and ensure a better future for the Black community.

Do the research and find out what you can do in your own local community to bring about change whether it’s making a donation or volunteering and working directly with community organizations.

REFLECTIONS AND PERSPECTIVE: Reflecting and Checking my Own Biases

For the past month, I’ve been having an internal dialogue. I’ve been reflecting on how events in my life and my perspective have impacted the larger picture of the systemic injustice my Black brothers and sisters experience.

This is hard for me to admit and to say openly but it needs to be said.
Our South Asian communities have wronged the Black community for generations. I grew up with the stereotype that I should be fearful of Black people because they are aggressive and dangerous. This was reinforced by the media. I also grew up thinking dark skin color meant you were less beautiful/less worthy of love. At that time I didn’t know right from wrong. On the other extreme, I also engaged in cultural appropriation during my high school years because that’s what all the cool kids did. Dressing in baggy clothes and saying things like “that’s so ghetto” “I’m so gangsta” etc.
As I grew up I learned the difference between right and wrong. I learned to love and appreciate my Black friends and their uniqueness and stopped engaging in cultural appropriation.

This is my point. Racism is learned, not something you are born with, but something you learn from your family, your environment, the type of news you follow, and the media you consume.

As a South Asian mom, I want to say it loudly and clearly that my son will not follow this stereotype. I will teach him to love and treat fairly people from the Black community. I will assist in breaking the cycle of racism one step at a time even if it means getting uncomfortable and creating a dialogue about things that may be difficult to talk about.

BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT

The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement aims to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes.

Source: https://blacklivesmatter.com/about/

How You Can Help

Start at home. The best thing we can do is teach our children to fight against injustice. Below is a great resource shared by mommy_brain on Instagram explaining how we can teach our kids to be anti-racist and how to be anti-racist as a family. Click on the source link to read more.

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Source: https://www.instagram.com/p/CA2wpM5gDrR/

Take action now by donating, signing petitions, joining protests, and more. Don’t forget to also share the link on social media: https://www.blacklivesmatters.carrd.co

Check out these links for lists of some important movies, podcasts, and books to educate yourself on systemic injustice and racism.

Check out the thorough list found on PBS and a more brief list over on NPR. Here is another thorough list by CNET categorized by Nonfiction books, Fiction books, TV shows and films, and Children’s books.

Most importantly, continue to Stand in the Gap for Black Lives Matters Movement!

Stand in the Gap Meaning

Standing in the gap means that you are ready to intervene anytime you see injustice happening in any way. In my wise friend Nkese’s words:

SPEAK UP, WRITE LETTERS, SIGN PETITIONS, VOTE, CHANGE THE WAY YOU THINK and REACT. In other words…STAND IN THE GAP people!! STAND👏🏾IN👏🏾THE👏🏾GAP!

-Nkese creator of Cosmic Crochet Creations

I was inspired by this concept and came up with a visual reminder for myself and for others. My latest design is a FREE Tunisian crochet pattern for a wall hanging with a visual reminder to stand in the gap inspired by BLM and the systemic injustice happening every day!

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Keep reading to get to know some talented Black Makers and Designers!

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BLACK CROCHETER/BLACK DESIGNER FEATURES

Disclaimer: Do not just follow these makers because they are Black and you need a “token Black maker” to follow but only follow their work if you genuinely connect with them and appreciate their work!

This is a shout out to my Black instafam who lift me up and inspire me. This is NOT a “go follow these ladies because they are Black” post. Follow them because you love their work not simply because they’re Black!

These are my friends. Makers with a heart of gold who inspire me and help me thrive on the daily. Thank you for being in my space, love you ladies and I’m excited to continue to listen, learn, and grow with you!

BLACK CROCHETER/BLACK DESIGNER FEATURES

Nkese @cosmic_crochet_creations is always so real and I love seeing her handiwork! Her daughter Tnai has also started her own maker journey and is the creative mind behind most of her mom’s photos  @__t.d.l__. These ladies are always inspiring with the way they style their crochet pieces and are up and coming crochet designers! They taught me how to be confident. Make sure you browse Nkese’s hashtag #afteryarnglow for some major slow fashion inspiration!

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Leah has evolved into a multi-crafter over the years. She creates in many ways including cross stitch and embroidery, punch needle art, macrame, crochet, and knitting! She inspires me to try new things!

You can reach her via email at [email protected] and find her on Instagram, Ravelry, and Etsy. She recently released an embroidery project (seen in the pic) as a collab with Clover USA. Find all the details here.

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Shanice from Crochetastic Boutique is a maker and designer of free crochet patterns for mama and baby. She also sells her makes in her Etsy shop. You can find her patterns on Ravelry and on her blog. She has also recently launched a brand focused on photography, check it out here.

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Britt from Knot Bad Britt has a gorgeous feed and amazing designs. She inspires me to be genuine. You can find Britt on Instagram. You can grab her latest crochet pattern, the Savannah Summer Shawl on Etsy, Ravelry, and Lovecrafts.

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Elisabeth @desamourdesigns, and I instantly clicked when we hit that LIVE button! She taught me to be fierce and real! You can find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest. Check out her work on her blog and shop her patterns on Etsy and Ravelry.

Saraphina @jw_craftsandfibres on Instagram is always showing love for my work and trusting me enough to ask me questions. She taught me persistence. She just launched her shop and is currently selling cute face masks

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Natalie @hijablifestyle77 on Instagram, is another lady who really supports me and may not even know how much her likes and comments mean to me. She reminds me that Muslim women can occupy this creative space too! You can shop for cute accessories and home decor over in her Etsy shop!

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Kelsie of Crafting for Weeks is so talented, I love seeing her work pop up in my feed! I have yet to learn her secrets for getting all the designing done with 3 littles! You can find her on Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook. Follow her work on her blog and grab her patterns from Etsy and Ravelry. Check out her latest releases the Oceans Breath Cardi ad the Summer Nights Ruana.

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Natalie of @detroitknots is always serving up some truths with a side of amazing crochet fashion! I love following along on her journey! You can check her work out on her blog and grab patterns from her Etsy and Ravelry shops.

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Nadine of Buddy Luvs Crochet is always such a positive and cheerful maker always cheering others on! She taught me to give myself grace as a budding designer.

Nadine designed her Be Kind Beanie Keychain & the Kind Heart Beanie Keychain in honor of #hatnothate. She believes that teaching our young to look out for one another & to be kind in a world that needs to learn to do the same are important because they are our future. You can find her on Instagram and Facebook and shop her products and patterns on Etsy and Ravelry.

Chalis Creations on Instagram makes beautiful crochet accessories and more. Shop her products over on Etsy.

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Courtney designs the most beautiful crochet garments and accessories for women. You can find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest. Shop her patterns on Etsy, Ravelry, and Lovecrafts. Join her Facebook group here.

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Kaelyn of Iiirdwind is always so eloquent and inspirational. She is currently partnered with LoveCrafts for a number of projects, including an article that will be going live in August. 

Kaelyn has a Rihanna punch needle pattern available that you can grab here for free through LoveCrafts which launched for this last International Women’s Day.

Currently, she is working through her emotions on race relations, women’s rights and life in pandemic America through her punch needle art but will also be launching two crochet patterns this fall. You can find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Etsy.

Natalia, Talia Crochet Creations on Instagram, designs unique and simple women’s crochet patterns. You can check out her work over on her blog and grab her patterns from Ravelry and check out her YouTube channel.

Last but not least: the queen herself Toni @tlyarncrafts has been such a radiant soul in my maker life and has inspired me to accept my role as a Tunisian crochet designer! I have learned so much from her but mostly to just embrace my creativity and share it with the world. You can find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Youtube. Shop all of her crochet patterns and gifts here and follow her work on her blog.

Check them out + give a follow if you connect with them!

Other Black Makers who I love following:
@GGMadeIt, @ragingpurlwind, @designsbykey, @thedreamcrochet, @loveleighlady, and @chalias_craft.

Some accounts that are working hard to bring a voice to the BIPOC Fiber community: @meetmakersofcolor, @bipocmakers, @bipocinfiber.

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Crochet Table Runner Tunisian Honeycomb Kitchen Set

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My first crochet table runner pattern is LIVE! If you are looking for modern crochet table runner patterns for beginners, you are in the right place! This is my first crochet for kitchen design. The set comes complete with a crochet table runner in two sizes and a crochet kitchen towel pattern.

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My Tunisian Honeycomb Kitchen Set design is officially published In this month’s @happilyhookedmagazine issue which is centered around housewarming gift designs! It is a super fun Tunisian crochet mindless make and you end up with a gorgeous set for your home! I also incorporated a bit of twine for a farmhouse touch! It has been hard keeping this one a secret because I loved how it turned out. It is made with a Size M/13 9 mm hook with a 12 in. cord (check out my favorite hook set here) and Bernat Maker Home Decor Yarn.⁣ Of all the tunisian crochet stitches, I LOVE the honeycomb stitch because it looks good on any type of yarn and color and is full of texture! Another thing is that the honeycomb stitch doesn’t cause curling like the Tunisian simple stitch does.

This crochet table runner was inspired by a gift idea I had for my mom last year! She needed a runner to cover the top of a new cabinet she got for the kitchen so she could place items on top without it getting dirty. So I thought I’d crochet a cover for her. The cover idea turned into this beautiful table runner and I couldn’t be happier!

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The following are my tester pictures. everyone did such a great job!⁣ Left to Right: Bonnie from Woodland Stitchcraft, Saadia from Hook That Stitch, and Ginger from Yarn Geek

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If you love Tunisian crochet patterns, give my Fall-Ready Crossbody Bag a try!

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Free Crochet Coaster Patterns Spring Sparkle Coasters

Use up your yarn stash with this free crochet coaster patterns for beginners. The Spring Sparkle Coaster set is great to practice Tunisian crochet stitches.

Free Crochet Coaster Patterns – Perfect for Stash-busting!

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If you’re looking for some fun free crochet coaster patterns (a great way to use up all that scrap yarn you have lying around). I’ve got the perfect project for you. I discovered how great metallic crochet thread looks when paired with yarn and I haven’t been able to stop using it to embellish my projects. Here I’ve made some fun sparkly coasters which are perfect for beginner Tunisian crocheters because you can practice all the basic stitches as you learn how to crochet a square coaster using new Tunisian crochet skills!

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If you are on the hunt for free crochet coaster patterns, this pattern is the perfect crochet coaster for beginners. The set is a spring Tunisian crochet coasters set with a touch of sparkle. It’s The perfect coaster pattern to practice the basic Tunisian crochet stitches while doing some stash busting. Add some pizzaz to tea time pretend play or just add some general sparkle to your kitchen with this yarn stash-busting project! It’s the perfect crochet coaster tutorial.

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Materials

Yarn:

Lily Sugar N Cream in any color (Seabreeze, yellow, and coral rose were used here) (20 yards) (2.5 oz/70.9 g; 120 yds/ 109 m; 100% cotton; size 4 worsted weight)
Aunt Lydia’s Metallic crochet thread Size 10 in Silver (5 yards) (100 yds/ 91 m; 88% Mercerized Cotton, 12% Acrylic; size 10 crochet thread)  

About the Pattern:

Skill Level: Beginner 

Hooks: Size G (4 mm) Tunisian crochet hook or straight hook that is at least 8 in. long. Get my favorite Bamboo Clover Takumi Interchangeable Tunisian Crochet Hook set here.

Notions: 
Yarn needle
Scissors

Gauge:
Gauge is 8 st. over 7 rows in Tunisian Simple Stitch for a 2×2 in. square

Finished Size:
The finished square coaster size is 3.5 in. wide by 3.5  in. in length. 

Pattern Notes:

  • 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:

Sl st: Slip stitch
Sc: Single crochet
Ch: Chain
Tss: Tunisian simple stitch
Tks: Tunisian knit stitch
Tps:
Tunisian purl stitch
Tfs:
Tunisian full stitch
RetP: Return Pass -Explained above

Pattern Instructions:

Note: The stitch count should be 15 at the end of each row.

Simple Stitch Coaster

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Ch 15 with Lily Sugar N Cream cotton yarn.

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (15 sts) 

Rows 2 to 10: Tss across and complete a normal RetP. The stitch count should be 15 at the end of each row. Bind off leaving a 6 in. tail. 

See finishing touches for the metallic border. Repeat for more coasters with this style.

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Honeycomb Coaster

Ch 15 with Lily Sugar N Cream cotton yarn.

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (15 sts) 

Row 2: Tss into first stitch (Tps, Tss)* complete * across and complete a normal RetP. 

Row 3: Tps into first stitch (Tss, Tps)* complete * across and complete a normal RetP. 

Rows 4 to 9: Repeat Rows 2 and 3 3 more times

Row 10: Repeat row 2 again.

Bind off leaving a 6 in. tail. 

See finishing touches for metallic border.

Repeat for more coasters with this style.

Full Stitch Coaster

Ch 15 with Lily Sugar N Cream cotton yarn.

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (15 sts) 

Row 2: Tks into the space between 2nd and 3rd vertical bar and into each space between vertical bars across. Work last st as normal. Complete normal RetP. 

Row 3: Tks into the space between 1st and 2nd vertical bar and intro each space between vertical bars until there are 2 sts remaining. Skip the space between the last two vertical bars and work last st as normal. Complete normal RetP.

Rows 4 to 13: Repeat Rows 2 and 3 (5 times)

Row 14: Repeat Row 2

Bind off leaving a 6 in. tail

See finishing touches for metallic border.

Repeat for more coasters in this style.

Finishing Touches:

Weave in all ends. With the right side of the square facing you, join the metallic crochet thread and sc evenly around making sure to do (sc, ch1, sc) into corners. Sl st into first st. 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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Crochet Square – Orchid Spring Blooms CAL

This fun FREE Tunisian crochet square orchid pattern is perfect for spring! This crochet square has video tutorials linked and a color chart PDF option!

Here is a fun Tunisian crochet colorwork crochet square project to get you in the mood for spring! I have the perfect crochet flower pattern for you! This Tunisian Orchid Square is a quick make to give you all the spring vibes!

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You can download the ad-free inexpensive PDF with a full-color chart broken down row-by-row for free just for today or you can follow along with the written pattern below! You can also purchase this pattern along with 22 other floral square PDFs as part of a bundle for just $7 (a savings of $23)! Get the bundle here.

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Tunisian Crochet Pattern – Crochet Orchid Square:

Materials:

Yarn:

C- Cream– Knit Picks/We Crochet Official Mighty Stitch in Cream (50 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)
I- Ivy – Knit Picks/We Crochet Official Mighty Stitch in Ivy ( 6 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)
W – Wisteria – Knit Picks/We Crochet Official Mighty Stitch in Wisteria (6 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)
F – Fairy Tale – Knit Picks/We Crochet Official Mighty Stitch in Fairy Tale (6 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)
M- Mulberry- Knit Picks/We Crochet Official Mighty Stitch in Mulberry (7 yards) (208 yds/100 grams; 20% superwash wool, 80% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)
G- Gold– Lily Sugar N Cream in Yellow (5 yards) (4 oz/ 113 g; 200 yds/184 m; 100% acrylic; size 4 worsted weight)

This fun Tunisian crochet square orchid pattern is perfect for spring crochet! This crochet square has video tutorials linked and a color chart PDF option!

Hooks:
Size K US 10 (6.5 mm) Tunisian crochet hook with a 12 in. Cord. Check out my favorite set of Tunisian crochet hooks (Clover Takumi) here.

Notions:
Yarn needle
Scissors
Measuring tape

About the Pattern

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

Finished Size:
The finished square size is 8 in. wide by 9 in. in length. You can omit rows 3 to 6 to keep the length to 8 in. to match the other squares in the ongoing In Bloom Spring Blanket CAL.

Pattern Notes:
This pattern is for a spring floral-theme colorwork Tunisian crochet square that you work bottom-up using size 4 worsted weight yarn in contrasting colors. The crochet flower pattern is inspired by an orchid.

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This pattern uses a few Tunisian crochet techniques. Use the following video tutorials for assistance:

Techniques:

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.
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
Sc: Single crochet
Tss: Tunisian simple stitch
RetP: Return Pass -Explained above
Colors: C-Cream I – Ivy W – Wisteria F- Fairy Tale M –Mulberry G – Gold

Pattern Instructions:

Ch 34 with Col A

Ch 34 with C

Row 1 (Foundation Row): Pick up a loop in the back bump of each chain. Complete normal RetP. (34 sts) 

Rows 2 to 29: Complete the following in TSS. The stitch count should be 34 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, omit rows 3 to 6.

Row 2: C11, I, C22
Row 3: C11, I, C10, W, F, M, W, C8
Row 4: C11, I, C10, F, G, F, M, C8
Row 5: C11, I, C10, W, F, M, W, C8
Row 6: C11, I, C9, W, C, W2, C9
Row 7: C11, I, C6, W3, C13
Row 8: C11, I, C5, W, M, F, M, W, C12
Row 9: C11, I, C4, W, M, F, G, F, M, W, C11
Row 10: C11, I, C4, W, M, F, G, F, M, W, C11
Row 11: C11, I, C5, W, M, F, M, W, C12
Row 12: C11, I, C6, W, F, W, C13
Row 13: C11, I, C7, W, C14
Row 14: C11, I, C2, W5, C15
Row 15: C11, I, C, W2, M3, W, C15
Row 16: C11, I, C, W, M, F3, M, W, C14
Row 17: C11, I, C, W, M, F, G, F2, M, W, C13
Row 18: C11, I, C, W, M2, F, G, F, M, W, C13
Row 19: C11, I, C, W, M2, F3, M, W, C13
Row 20: C11, I, C2, W, M4, W, C14
Row 21: C11, I, C, M, C, W4, C15
Row 22: C11, W, M, F, M, W, C18
Row 23: C10, W, M, F, G, F, M, W, C17
Row 24: C9, W2, M, F, G, F, M, W, C17
Row 25: C9, W2, M2, F, M2, W, C17
Row 26: C9, W3, M3, W3, C16
Row 27: C11, W5, C18
Row 28: C12, W3, C19
Row 29: C34

Do not bind off. Leaving a 6 in. tail for all colors cut yarn EXCEPT CREAM. Weave in all ends. With the right side of the square facing you, join Ivy yarn and sc evenly around making sure to do (sc, ch1, sc) into corners. Sl st into first st. Weave in all loose ends. Optional: Steam block for a smoother finish. You can find a full steam blocking tutorial here.

This fun FREE Tunisian crochet square orchid pattern is perfect for spring! This crochet square has video tutorials linked and a color chart PDF option!

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

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If you enjoyed this square pattern, be sure to check out my other fun textured square Tinsel Bobbles Square. You can also try my Creamsicle Crochet Baby Blanket and the Tunisian Snowflakes Earwarmer!

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.

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

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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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Crochet Pillow Pattern Easy -Tunisian Luxe Pillow

If you're looking for a crochet pillow pattern easy level, you're in the right place! This Tunisian  Luxe Pillow is great for any room and works up quick!

I released this crochet pillow pattern easy level as part of Desamour Designs’ Selfish Crochet Blog Hop that ran from January 1st to 31st, 2020! A new pattern was released EVERY Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of the month as a FREE download available for 48 hours only! The patterns featured are perfect projects to make for yourself using all the yarns you purchased on sale or received as gifts over the holidays.

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Tunisian Crochet Patterns Ravelry – The Story Behind The Design

If you're looking for a crochet pillow pattern easy level, you're in the right place! This Tunisian Luxe Pillow is great for any room and works up quick!

There’s a really funny story behind how this chunky crochet pillow cover design came about! I was visiting my cousin in Oklahoma in Fall of last year. It was around the time my cousin (her brother) and his wife had their baby shower. We went out for some last-minute errands the day before the baby shower. Of course, we had to make a stop at Michael’s because I needed a fur pom to complete my nephew’s bonnet (a blue version of my Silver Lining Bonnet)!

In my defense, my cousin also needed some things for the baby shower! So there we were at Michael’s and I was taking my sweet time browsing the aisles. She spotted this Loops & Threads Sweet Snuggles yarn. She kept squishing it and saying “it’s just SO soft.” I couldn’t agree more, it really was so soft and snuggly!

So we picked it up and I told her I’ll make something for her. After the baby shower, she was planning on moving to Houston from Oklahoma for work. She had never lived anywhere other than Oklahoma so it was a big change for her! I wanted to give her something that she could decorate her new place with and feel at home.

Story Continued

A little bit of background: my cousin was my first frenemy sis (cuz let’s face it sister’s fight often). She’s the first person I knew when I came to America from overseas. She’s also the one who taught me the American ways (i.e., snacking while binging on Nick Jr. shows after school). My cousin is also the one who pushed me to start this little business of mine. So needless to say she has a very special place in my heart (Love you cuzzo!). So this design means a lot to me and I hope it does to her too!

If you're looking for a crochet pillow pattern easy level, you're in the right place! This Tunisian Luxe Pillow is great for any room and works up quick!

While she was packing at 2 AM a couple of days before her move, I was sitting there working this pillow up. When I was done I showed her both sides and she chose the wrong side to be displayed. I’m glad she did, it’s just so chunky and gives off serious cozy vibes! It’s the perfect crochet pillow pattern with vintage vibes.

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Crochet Pillow Pattern Easy – About the Pattern:

This is one of the many easy Tunisian crochet patterns available in my shops. It’s also one of my first crochet pillow patterns (yes, there definitely will be more!). It’s the perfect crochet pillow pattern made with bulky yarn actually JUMBO yarn so it works up super fast and you can imagine the squish level! The Tunisian Luxe Pillow will add the perfect touch to any room and would be a great addition to a nursery!

Yarn:

Loops & Threads Sweet Snuggles – Blush, 100% polyester size 7 yarn, (2 skeins) 218 yards (Currently on sale at Michael’s for just $6.99!).

Hooks:

Size N15 (10 mm) crochet hook – Grab my favorite set of Tunisian Crochet Hooks here

Notions:

Yarn needle
Scissors
Measuring tape
18 x 18 in. pillow insert

Gauge:

Gauge is 8 sts by 5 rows for a 4 x 4 in. square in Tunisian simple stitch

Finished Size:

The finished pillow dimensions are 20 in. x 18 in., 40 in. around

Pattern Notes:

This beginner-friendly pattern is for a fun textured pillow that will add a cozy and chic touch to any room in your home! It is worked bottom-up in one piece which is then folded over and joined with a slip stitch seam around with the pillow insert placed inside. The pillow can be made with the right side or wrong side facing out making it a versatile project!

If you're looking for a crochet pillow pattern easy level, you're in the right place! This Tunisian  Luxe Pillow is great for any room and works up quick!

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