On Fridays, I share a link blast on Twitter and Facebook to get you excited about crocheting all weekend! Keeping with the #FlashbackFriday meme, I’m sharing patterns were first released at least 12 months ago.
Today, I’m sharing a roundup of 12 free Tunisian crochet patterns. I love Tunisian crochet and it’s easier to get started than most crocheters think. All images are used with permission of the respective designer.
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All Weather Cowl (photo 6) by @UCrafter (me!): This pattern uses natural “curl” of Tunisian crochet to make a scrumptious accessory.
3 of Hearts Tunisian Kitchen Rag (photo 1) by @MNECrafts: This two-color dishcloth will put a smile on your face.
Tunisian Crochet Ten Stitch Blanket (photo 7) by @dedristrydom: Dedri converted Frankie Brown‘s popular knitting pattern into a Tunisian crochet version. Want to know more? Read my interviews with Dedri and Frankie.
Maura Roll Brimmed Hat (photo 2) by @CrochetKim: This pattern includes links to both right- and left-handed videos for the Tunisian crochet stitches used. Learn more about Kim’s love of Tunisian crochet in this interview.
Sweetie Pie Bow Headband (photo 4) by Olivia Kent: This flapper-inspired headband pattern includes a video tutorial.
Bandwagon Blanket (photo 3) by @zagraham: This is a Tunisian crochet version of Shelly Kang’s (knit) Sock Yarn Blanket. You can read more about Beth in this interview.
Chevron Cowl by Sheryl Thies: This cozy neckwarmer is one of seven free Tunisian crochet patterns available in this CrochetMe ebook.
Tunisian Crochet Cowl by Karen Clements: This chunky cowl pattern includes a photo tutorial.
Allegra (photo 5) by Stefanie Bold: This half-circle shawl pattern is available in both English and German. I interviewed Stefanie here.
Birchback Slippers Pattern & Tutorial by Sue Perez: This is a customizable “recipe” style pattern to make your own pair of cozy slippers.
Tunisian Ripple Scarf by Elisa Purnell: This scarf has a one-row repeat that allows you to practice your Tunisian increases and decreases.
Tunisian Wrap by Marty Miller via @Yarnspirations1: This long and lacy wrap makes a great accessory for your next special event.
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