Tunisian Crochet Pattern: Fiducia Clutch with Embroidery Tutorials by Fiat Fiber Arts

Fiducia Clutch, free Tunisian crochet pattern with embroidery tutorials by Fiat Fiber Arts for Underground CrafterI’m so excited to introduce a new guest contributor today. Emily Reiter is the designer and tech editor behind Fiat Fiber Arts. In this post, she’ll be sharing her Fiducia Clutch, a Tunisian crochet pattern embellished with embroidery. If you’re an embroidery newbie, not to worry! Emily has included video tutorials for 11 different basic embroidery stitches in the patterns. You’ll be able to learn them through this sampler project.

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About Emily Reiter from Fiat Fiber Arts in Her Words

Fiducia Clutch, free Tunisian crochet pattern with embroidery tutorials by Fiat Fiber Arts for Underground Crafter

As a Catholic wife and mother of 5 small children, the most common remark I get regarding my work is, “How do you find the time?” My half-joking answer is “neglect.” Cross-stitch was my first fiber love. I’ve stitched since 2nd grade. But when I had my first three children, I stopped stitching and life became exceedingly stressful. I fell into a horrible bout of post-partum anxiety after the third was born. As part of my recovery, I began to attend meetings of our local chapter of the Embroiderer’s Guild of America. It reminded me of the true contentment I feel from creating things with a needle in my hand. My husband could also see the effect.

Soon my fiber love branched into crochet. I had always crocheted but wasn’t very adventurous with it. Then I discovered a book of amigurumi patterns in the library. The embroidery section abuts the crochet books. Each toy I made was like Christmas for my kids. They still have and play with all those toys from 6 years ago. Crochet took off after that.

“After testing for a designer for a few years, I was encouraged to pursue technical editing. Finally, I feel tech editing combines the value of my educational background (BS, MS & Unfinished PhD in Range & Wildlife Management, strong data collection and manipulation skills, eye for detail) with my natural passions for fiber arts. I feel that I am finally serving God through my fiat (thus the business name), God’s will for my life. Why else would I have the combination of these great skills if not to serve and provide for my family?

Oh, and the answer to “how do you find the time?” is a loving and understanding husband, early bedtime for the kids, I tend to stitch fast because my time is limited. Neglect probably still plays a part, my home certainly isn’t the cleanest, but the kids are happy, clean and fed.

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Fiducia Clutch

Tunisian Crochet Pattern with Embroidery Tutorials by Fiat Fiber Arts

Fiducia Clutch, free Tunisian crochet pattern with embroidery tutorials by Fiat Fiber Arts for Underground Crafter | The Fiducia Clutch is a beginner-friendly way of learning basic embroidery stitches. The pattern includes video tutorials for 11 embroidery stitches.I’m so excited to bring you this project via Underground Crafter!! Fiducia is Latin for trust. The last several months of my life have seen some very trying times. I have had to trust in the Lord a great deal. As I was developing this project, the idea of stitching flowers to practice embroidery came to mind. Even though we’re about to enter summer, I’m still thinking about April showers brings May flowers. We go through hard times with faith that there will be beauty on the other side.

Embroidery has been a big part of my life and I’ve always wanted to do more embroidery on crochet so I could combine my fiber loves. I chose to use the Lily cotton, honestly, because it was in my stash. You can choose any colors you wish. Pick a multi colored yarn that you enjoy to make your design. I have videos depicting the various embroidery stitches if you aren’t familiar with them.

Materials

  • Lily Sugar’n Cream Medium 4 weight (100% cotton, 120 yards / 109 meters, 2.5 ounces / 70. grams) Color A (Yellow) 1 skein, Color B (Violet Stripes) 1 skein
  • Boye US K 6.5 mm double ended Tunisian hook. (*special note: double ended Tunisian hooks have no markings on them. I’m fairly certain it is over 6 mm and possibly 7 but I found a similar photo that claimed size K 6.5mm.)
  • Notions: Scissors, Needle
  • Additional Lining Materials: Fabric of choice measuring at least 1 inch wider on all sides than finished crocheted piece. Sewing Machine, Iron, Craft glue or needle and thread.

Gauge

  • 18 Tunisian Simple Stitches = 5”, 13 rows = 4”

Size

  • Stitched fabric measures 10.5” x 12”/Clutch measures 11″ long by 5.25″ when folded

Pattern Key

  • CH: Chain
  • TSS: Tunisian Simple Stitch: Insert hook under the vertical bar of next stitch, draw up a loop. (Note from Underground Crafter: A video tutorial for this stitch by Kim Guzman is available here.)
  • YO: Yarn Over

Embroidery Stitches (Note: See below the pattern for video tutorials for each of these stitches.)

  • Back Stitch
  • Buttonhole (Blanket) Stitch
  • Chain Stitch
  • Cross Stitch: placing an “X”
  • Fern Stitch
  • French Knot
  • Lazy Daisy
  • Running Stitch
  • Stem Stitch
  • Split Stitch
  • Straight Stitch
  • Woven Wheel

Experience Level

  • Intermediate: Projects may include involved stitch patterns, colorwork, and/or shaping.

Notes

  • First we will stitch a piece of fabric with Tunisian Simple Stitch. We will then embroider our design on the fabric, then stitch up the sides and line the material. My clutch doesn’t have a closure, I’ll just fold over the top flap.
  • If you’re not familiar with Tunisian crochet, you can crochet a uniform piece of fabric in single crochet, if you wish. I don’t recommend larger stitches with gaps or holes between them.
  • Video tutorials for each of the embroidery stitches are available after the pattern.

Instructions

  • Tunisian crochet is stitched by drawing up loops and keeping them on the hook all the way across a row in a forward pass. The return pass is always worked the same.
  • Ch 40.
  • Row 1: Draw up a loop in each back bump of the chain – 40 loops on hook.
  • Return pass: YO, draw through 1 loop, *YO, draw through 2 loops on hook; repeat from * until 1 loop remains on hook. (40 st)
  • Rows 2-42: TSS across.
  • (If you don’t have enough yarn to complete 43 rows, that’s ok. Stitch until you have enough yarn left to do your “cast off” final row.)
  • Row 43: To “cast off” the stitches and have a clean edge (see below for photo tutorial), I insert my hook under the front vertical bar and under the back loop of the top stitches to complete a slip stitch. Draw the remaining bit of yarn through the final loop to finish.

Photo Tutorial for slip stitch “cast off” Tunisian final row

Fiducia Clutch, free Tunisian crochet pattern with embroidery tutorials by Fiat Fiber Arts for Underground Crafter | Final row of Tunisian crochet detail with hook

  • Insert hook under next vertical bar.
  • Insert hook under back loop of ‘top’ stitch. Next, YO and draw through all three loops, slip stitch created.

Finishing

  • Fasten off and weave in ends with yarn needle. Proceed to embroidery.

Embroidery Preparation

At this point, the clutch forms a slightly rectangular shape. If you want a trifold clutch, like mine, we need to visually separate the clutch into 3 sections. Cut a length of yarn from Color B (it doesn’t matter which color), and run a basting stitch from one side to the other 26 rows down from your chosen top edge of the clutch. Then take another length of yarn and run another basting stitch from one side to the other 8 rows up from the bottom of the piece. Now you have divided your clutch into 3 sections. The top large portion will be folded up (wrong sides together) to the larger portion. The small portion will be the closing flap of your clutch.

Embroidery

You may choose to use the embroidery stitches in any way you wish. I have chosen to cross stitch the word “TRUST” on the inside, and embroider a series of flowers and rain on the outside of the clutch. However you choose to do it, remember which way is “up” for each side of the clutch is opposite. You will have to turn your piece in your hands while stitching to keep the outside and inside oriented correctly. Always use one length of yarn when embroidering. We are not splitting our plies, nor are we doubling strands of yarn. Also, for ease of stitching, I recommend using a length of yarn about as long as your arm. You don’t have to be precise, it’s just a guide. Too long, and the yarn could get tangled as you pull it through, as well as lose it’s twist. Too short, and you won’t be able to do many stitches before getting another length. You’ll find what works best for you.

Fiducia Clutch, free Tunisian crochet pattern with embroidery tutorials by Fiat Fiber Arts for Underground Crafter } Front of lined Tunisian crochet clutch with TRUST embroidered on itI started by creating my stems to each flower with my green color. Starting on the right, I used straight stitches meeting at one point. Next I created a chain stitch of 5 segments. The third in from the right was a series of fern stitches. Fourth was some stems and leaves made with split stitch. The fifth plant from the right was made with stem stitch and had a few lazy daisy leaves. Next were some longer straight stitches worked parallel to each other. The final stem all the way on the left was worked as a curved backstitch line with several lazy daisy leaves on top.

For the flowers, on the left hand plant, I worked straight stitches with French knots at the lower end. The parallel straight stitches had a woven rose upon it with alternating color French knots in the center. The following flowers were made with the blanket or buttonhole stitch made in a wheel. One is a complete wheel, while the second is a partial wheel to look like it is behind the first. The 4th flower is made with random short straight stitches meeting in the center with an alternating color French knot in the middle. I left the fern stitch sans flowers. The chain stitch stem is a flower made of lazy daisy stitches and several French knots in the middle. The first plant on the right is roughly a large triangle shape made of French knots. I thought this last one resembled a yucca flowering stalk.

Fiducia Clutch, free Tunisian crochet pattern with embroidery tutorials by Fiat Fiber Arts for Underground Crafter | Back of Tunisian crochet clutch with rain and flowers embroidered on itThe rain was made with stand alone lazy daisy stitches and several running stitches. There is no need to keep any of these uniform. When was the last time you saw rain happen in a uniform manner? Make more or less, it depends on how rainy you’re feeling on that day.

The following image is a very general design for where to place your stitches. Surface embroidery is a very free form technique. I’ve added this graphic to help with the TRUST lettering and general placement and description of the stitches I used in the prototype. The lazy daisy, button hole, and woven wheel indicators are NOT drawn to scale, simply showing placement.

Fiducia Clutch, free Tunisian crochet pattern with embroidery tutorials by Fiat Fiber Arts for Underground Crafter | Embroidery chartOptional Lining

It is your choice to line the clutch before or after you fold and seam it. If you are more comfortable with a sewing machine, you may choose to fold and stitch the sides of your clutch first, then fold and seam the sides of the lining to insert into the clutch. Or you can hem in the sides of your fabric so that it lies just ⅛-¼” inside the margins of the clutch. Using your craft glue, run a thin line of glue around the edges of the fabric and press to the clutch. Follow your glue instructions for drying time. 

Seaming your clutch

If lining your clutch, read lining section first. Fold up the “trust” portion of your clutch so that the basting stitch is at the bottom. Matching the stitches on the sides, use a piece of leftover yarn and mattress stitch the sides together. (Note from Underground Crafter: You can find a tutorial for the mattress stitch seam here.) Repeat on the opposite side of the clutch. 

Your final step will be to remove the basting stitch & enjoy your clutch!!  

Basic Embroidery Stitches

Fiducia Clutch, free Tunisian crochet pattern with embroidery tutorials by Fiat Fiber Arts for Underground Crafter | Embroidery samplerHow To Stitch Running, Back, Straight, and Split Stitches

How To Embroider Stem Stitch, Blanket Stitch, Chain Stitch, and Lazy Daisy

How To Embroider French Knots with Yarn

How To Embroider a Woven Rose and How To Cross Stitch on Tunisian Crochet

© 2018 by Emily Reiter (Fiat Fiber Arts) and published with permission by Underground Crafter. This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Julie’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. If you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: https://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2018/05/3tunisian-crochet-pattern-fiducia-clutch-with-embroidery-tutorials-by-fiat-fiber-arts. Thanks for supporting indie designers!

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Crochet Pattern: Tunisian Crochet Log Cabin Sampler Blanket

Tunisian Crochet Log Cabin Sampler Blanket free crochet pattern by Underground Crafter The Tunisian Crochet Log Cabin Sampler Blanket guides you through all the basic Tunisian crochet stitches while you make a cozy blanket in the classic log cabin pattern. I’ve included links to video tutorials to guide you through all the special stitches, so though the pattern is listed as intermediate, a focused beginner can definitely make it. And, if you’ve already made the Mitered Square Pillow, you’ll notice this is designed to coordinate with it. Best of all, this pattern is available in five sizes from baby blanket to queen blanket.

This post contains affiliate links. I may receive compensation (at no added cost to you) if you make a purchase using these links.Yarn for the sample was generously provided by Skacel.

I actually designed this pattern for Love of Crochet‘s Spring, 2015 issue. It uses six variations of Tunisian crochet stitches. If you’ve never made a log cabin project before, it starts with the smallest center square and then you build it up by picking up stitches and adding on sections, using a combination of “light” and “dark” colors.

Tunisian Crochet Log Cabin Sampler Blanket free crochet pattern by Underground Crafter This blanket comes out super cozy and lush. It’s perfect for cuddling under in cold weather or protecting yourself from the air conditioning in the summer.

Tunisian Crochet Log Cabin Sampler Blanket free crochet pattern by Underground Crafter As you can see, the log cabin blocks are very bold when they are displayed. You can use planned colors, like I did, or make it scrappy. Just remember to start with the yarn you have the least amount of for best results!

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Tunisian Crochet Log Cabin Sampler Blanket

Crochet Pattern by Underground Crafter

Learn all the basic Tunisian crochet stitches while creating a rustic blanket in the classic log cabin pattern. This pattern is designed to coordinate with the Mitered Square Pillow.

Finished Sizes

  • Baby Blanket (Throw, Twin Blanket, Full Blanket, Queen Blanket).
    • Baby Blanket: 40” (101.5 cm) square.
    • Throw: 40” (101.5 cm) wide x 50” (127 cm) long.
    • Twin Blanket: 50” (127 cm) wide x 80” (203 cm) long.
    • Full Blanket: 60” (152.5 cm) wide x 80” (203 cm) long.
    • Queen Blanket: 60” (152.5 cm) wide x 90” (228.5 cm) long.

Materials

  • HiKoo SimpliWorsted yarn (55% Merino superwash wool/28% acrylic/17% nylon, 3.5 oz/100 g/140 yd/128 m) – 1 (1, 2, 2, 2) skeins in 013 Violette (CA), 1 (2, 3, 4, 5) skeins in 036 Silver Hair (CB), 2 (2, 5, 6, 7) skeins in 061 Grape Jelly (CC), 3 (3, 7, 9, 10) skeins in 060 Silver Blue (CD), 4 (5, 10, 12, 13) skeins in 011 Indigo (CE), and 4 (5, 10, 13, 14) skeins in 037 Gun Metal Grey (CF), or approximately 54 yd/72 yd/168 yd/210 yd/240 yd (49.5 m, 66 m, 153.5 m, 192 m, 219.5 m) in CA, 130 yd/173 yd/403 yd/504 yd/576 yd (119 m, 158 m, 368.5 m, 461 m, 526.5 m) in CB, 216 yd/288 yd/672 yd/840 yd/960 yd (197.5 m, 263.5 m, 614.5 m, 768 m, 878 m) in CC, 313 yd/418 yd/974 yd/1,218 yd/1,392 yd (286 m, 382 m, 890.5 m, 1,114 m, 1,273 m) in CD, 453 yd/549 yd/1,224 yd/1,512 yd/1,721 yd (414 m, 502 m, 1,119 m, 1,382.5 m, 1,573.5 m) in CE, 496 yd/641 yd/1,398 yd/1,718 yd/1,951 yd (453.5 m, 586 m, 1,278.5 m, 1,571 m, 1,784 m) in CF in any medium weight yarn.
  • US Size J-10/6 mm Tunisian crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge.
  • US Size H-8/5 mm crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge.
  • Yarn needle.
  • Tools for spray blocking (pins, blocking mat or padded ironing board).

Gauge

  • 16 sts x 16 row = 4″ (10cm) in Tss. Exact gauge is not critical for this project.

Abbreviations Used in This Pattern

  • BL – back loop only
  • CA – Color A
  • CB – Color B
  • CC – Color C
  • CD – Color D
  • cdc – crossed double crochet – Sk next st, dc in next st, dc in previous st (uses 2 sts). A video tutorial by New Stitch a Day is available here.
  • CE – Color E
  • CF – Color F
  • ch – chain
  • dc – double crochet
  • ea – each
  • rep – repeat
  • Return row – Ch 1, *yo and draw through 2 loops; rep from * across to end. A video tutorial for this return is included at the end of this Tunisian crochet foundation row tutorial by Kim Guzman here.
  • Rnd – Round
  • sc – single crochet
  • sk – skip
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • sp – space
  • st(s) – stitch(es)
  • Tcs – Tunisian chain stitch –    Insert hook in next horizontal bar, yo and pull up a loop, leave loop on hook. This is the first stitch shown in this video tutorial by KnitDenise.
  • Tfs – Tunisian full stitch – Insert hook in space between vertical bars, yo and pull up a loop, leave loop on hook. A video tutorial by Kim Guzman is available here.
  • Tks – Tunisian knit stitch – Insert hook between loop of next vertical bar, yo and pull up a loop, leave loop on hook. A video tutorial by Kim Guzman is available here.
  • Tps – Tunisian purl stitch – With yarn in front, insert hook under vertical bar of next st, yo and pull up a loop, leave loop on hook. A video tutorial by Kim Guzman is available here.
  • Tss – Tunisian simple stitch – Insert hook under vertical bar of next st, yo and pull up a loop, leave loop on hook. A video tutorial by Kim Guzman is available here.
  • yo – yarn over
  • *+ Repeat instructions after asterisk or plus sign as indicated.
  • () Repeat instructions within parenthesis in same stitch or space.

Pattern Notes

  • First vertical bar of ea row (underneath first chain on hook) is always skipped.
  • For even edges, insert hook under both loops of last st on ea forward row.
  • Right handed crocheters will join all colors by picking up stitches on left edge of last fastened off row; left handed crocheters will join all colors by picking up stitches on right side of last fastened off row. To pick up stitches, insert hook along edge, yo and pull up a loop, leave loop on hook.

Pattern Instructions

Blanket

Squares – Make 9 (12, 28, 35, 40)

Center Square/First Dark

  • With larger hook and CA, ch 8.
  • Row 1: (A video tutorial by Kim Guzman for the Tunisian crochet foundation row forward and return is available here.) Forward: Turn, sk first ch, *insert hook in next ch, yo and draw up a loop, leave loop on hook; rep from * across. Rep return row (see Abbreviations Used in this Pattern).
  • Row 2: Forward: Tss across. Rep return row.
  • Rows 3-7: Rep Row 2 forward and return.
  • Row 8: Sc bind off: *Insert hook as for Tss, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops; rep from * across. Fasten off CA.

First Light

  • Row 1: Forward: With larger hook and CB, pick up 8 sts across (see Pattern Notes). Rep return row.
  • Row 2: Forward: Tks across. Rep return row.
  • Rows 3-7: Rep Row 2 forward and return.
  • Row 8: Sc bind off: *Insert hook as for Tks, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops; rep from * across. Do not fasten off.
  • Row 9: Forward: Turn and pick up 16 sts across. Rep return row.
  • Rows 10-15: Rep Row 2 forward and return.
  • Row 16: Sc bind off: *Insert hook as for Tks, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops; rep from * across. Fasten off CB.

Second Dark

  • Row 1: Forward: With larger hook and CC, pick up 16 sts across. Rep return row.
  • Row 2: Forward: Tfs across to last sp, sk last sp, Tss in last st. Rep return row.
  • Row 3: Forward: Sk first sp, Tfs across. Rep return row.
  • Rows 4-7: Rep Rows 2-3 forward and return twice.
  • Row 8: Sc bind off: *Insert hook as for Tfs, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops; rep from * across to last sp, sk las sp, insert hook as for Tss in last st, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops. Do not fasten off.
  • Row 9: Forward: Turn and pick up 24 sts across. Rep return row.
  • Rows 10-15: Rep Rows 2-3 forward and return three times.
  • Row 16: Sc bind off: *Insert hook as for Tfs, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops; rep from * across to last sp, sk last sp, insert hook as for Tss in last st, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops. Fasten off CC.

Second Light

  • Row 1: Forward: With larger hook and CD, pick up 24 sts across. Rep return row.
  • Row 2: Forward: Tps across. Rep return row.
  • Rows 3-7: Rep Row 2 forward and return.
  • Row 8: Sc bind off: *Insert hook as for Tps, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops; rep from * across. Do not fasten off.
  • Row 9: Forward: Turn and pick up 32 sts across. Rep return row.
  • Rows 10-15: Rep Row 2 forward and return.
  • Row 16: Sc bind off: *Insert hook as for Tps, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops; rep from * across. Fasten off CD.

Third Dark

  • Row 1: Forward: With larger hook and CE, pick up 32 sts across. Rep return row.
  • Row 2: Forward: *Ch, Tks; rep from * across to last st, ch 1, Tss in last st. Rep return row.
  • Row 3: Rep Row 2 forward and return.
  • Row 4: Sc bind off: *Insert hook as for Tks, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops; rep from * across. Do not fasten off.
  • Row 5: Forward: Turn and pick up 36 sts across. Rep return row.
  • Rows 6-7: Rep Row 2 forward and return twice.
  • Row 8: Sc bind off: *Insert hook as for Tks, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops; rep from * across. Fasten off CE.

Third Light

  • Row 1: Forward: With larger hook and CF, pick up 40 sts across. Rep return row.
  • Row 2: Forward: *Ch 1, Tcs; rep from * across to last horizontal bar, sk bar, ch 1, Tss. Rep return row.
  • Row 3: Forward: Sk first horizontal bar, *ch 1, Tcs; rep from * across to last st, ch 1, Tss. Rep return row.
  • Row 4: Sc bind off: *Insert hook as for Tcs, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops; rep from * across to last horizontal bar, sk bar, insert hook as for Tss, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops. Do not fasten off.
  • Row 5: Forward: Turn and pick up 40 sts across. Rep return row.
  • Rows 6-7: Rep Rows 2-3 forward and return once.
  • Row 16: Sc bind off: *Insert hook as for Tcs, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops; rep from * across to last horizontal bar, sk bar, insert hook as for Tss, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through both loops. Fasten off CF.

Assembly

  • Weave in ends. Spray block squares to shape. Join squares together with mattress stitch to form rows and then join rows together, following placement diagram. (A tutorial for the mattress stitch is available here.)

Tunisian Crochet Log Cabin Sampler Blanket free crochet pattern by Underground Crafter assembly diagramBorder

  • Rnd 1: With smaller hook, join CF with sl st in any corner, ch 3 (counts as dc, here and throughout), dc in same st, *dcBL in ea st across row to corner,** (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in corner st; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, 2 dc in first st, ch 1, join with sc to top of first ch 3 (counts as ch 1, here and throughout).
  • Rnd 2: Ch 3, dc in same ch-2 sp, *dc in ea dc around to ch-2 sp,** (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in ch-2 sp; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, 2 dc in first ch-2 sp, ch 2, join with sl st to top of first ch 3. Fasten off CF.
  • Rnd 3: With smaller hook, join CE with sl st in any corner ch-2 sp, ch 3, dc in same sp, *cdc around to ch-2 sp,** (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in ch-2 sp; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, 2 dc in first st, ch 1, join with sc to top of first ch 3.
  • Rnd 4: Ch 3, dc in same sp, *cdc around to ch-2 sp,** (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in ch-2 sp; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, 2 dc in first st, ch 2, join with sl st to top of first ch 3. Fasten off CE.
  • Rnd 5: With smaller hook, join CF with sl st to any corner ch-2 sp, ch 3, dc in same sp, *dc in next st, ch 1,** sk 1 st; rep from * around, ending at ** before corner, +dc in st before corner,++ (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in corner ch-2 sp; rep from *, ending last rep at ++, 2 dc in first ch-2 sp, ch 1, join with sc to top of first ch 3.
  • Rnd 6: Ch 1, 2 sc in corner ch-2 sp, *scBL in ea st around to corner,** 3 sc in ch-2 sp; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, sc in first ch-2 sp, join with sl st to top of first sc. Fasten off CF.

Finishing

  • With yarn needle, weave in ends.
  • Spray block if desired.
© 2018 by Marie Segares (Underground Crafter). This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Marie’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. If you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: https://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2018/05/14/crochet-pattern-tunisian-crochet-log-cabin-sampler-blanket. Thanks for supporting indie designers!

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Tunisian Crochet Pattern: Moss Stitch Hat

Free Tunisian crochet pattern: Moss Stitch Hat in Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick by Underground Crafter | This simple slouchy hat is crocheted flat with two basic Tunisian crochet stitches. It's part of the New Year, New Skill Crochet Along with #CALCentral. Get the pattern and enter the end-of-CAL giveaway with prizes from Denise Interchangeables, Lion Brand, and Search Press North America.I’m so excited to be kicking off the first CAL Central Crochet Along of 2018! In the New Year, New Skill CAL, you’ll learn or master 9 different crochet stitches or techniques, starting with Tunisian crochet. The Moss Stitch Hat is a simple slouchy hat that’s crocheted flat with two basic Tunisian crochet stitches. I’ve even linked up several tutorials to help Tunisian crochet newbies (or those needing a refresher).

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Tunisian Crochet Basics

Are you new to Tunisian crochet? I first tried it back in 2007 when I was in the Craft Yarn Council’s Certified Instructor Program and I immediately fell in love! Tunisian crochet is a deceptively simple crochet technique that uses a specialized hook with a stopper on the end. These hooks are made in a variety of materials…

New Year, New Skill Crochet-a-Long with CAL Central - January 16 - March 6, 2017 - Week 1: Tunisian Crochet - Visit CAL Central on Facebook or Ravelry for more details… but my favorite Tunisian crochet hooks are the ones made by Denise Interchangeables (like the one on the far right above). To make this project, I used the N-15/10 mm hook from my Denise2Go Crochet for a Cure 2-Hook Set (shown below). (This set has two hooks in each size, so you can also use it for double-ended crochet.) You can read my review of Denise hooks here.

So, why do you need a hook with a stopper? Well, unlike “standard” crochet, each row of Tunisian crochet includes two parts: a “forward,” where you pick up loops that you keep on the hook (kind of like in knitting) and a “return,” where you work those loops off the hook. Tunisian crochet creates a “knit-like” look and the fabric you make with the yarn feels different than what you make with a standard crochet hook.

Today’s pattern for the Moss Stitch Hat uses two of Tunisian crochet’s main stitches: the Tunisian Simple Stitch (Tss) and the Tunisian Purl Stitch (Tps). In the hat band, the stitches are combined to create columns, like ribbing, but in the hat, they are combined to create an alternating texture.

Free Tunisian crochet pattern: Moss Stitch Hat in Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick by Underground Crafter | This simple slouchy hat is crocheted flat with two basic Tunisian crochet stitches. It's part of the New Year, New Skill Crochet Along with #CALCentral. Get the pattern and enter the end-of-CAL giveaway with prizes from Denise Interchangeables, Lion Brand, and Search Press North America.If you’re new to Tunisian crochet, I’ve included links to tutorials throughout the pattern. I also want to recommend some of my favorite Tunisian crochet resources.

I’ve compiled some of my favorite Tunisian crochet books available on Amazon below.


Kim Guzman is an incredibly talented Tunisian crochet designer and teacher. You can find her free Tunisian crochet resources (including over four hours of videos and loads of free patterns) here.

If you’re hungry for more Tunisian crochet, check out these posts from the archives. Click on the images to link directly to the free patterns.

Free Tunisian crochet pattern: Tunisian Extended Knit Scarf with video tutorial by Underground Crafter | This stitch creates a warm and elegant pattern that resembles the stockinette stitch in knitting. The Tunisian Purl Stitch borders and the Extended Knit Stitch make this Tunisian crochet project unlikely to curl. This scarf is designed to meet the donation requirements of the Red Scarf Project, a program of Foster Care to Success which provides care packages to foster youth in colleges and training programs.Mitered Square Pillow, free Tunisian #crochet pattern by Underground CrafterModern Melissa Skirt, free Tunisian #crochet pattern with video tutorial in 4 sizes by Underground CrafterBasketweave Mini Messenger Bag, free Tunisian #crochet pattern by @ucrafterAll Weather Cowl, free Tunisian #crochet pattern by @ucrafter

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Announcing the New Year, New Skill Crochet Along with CAL Central via Underground Crafter | Get 9 free crochet patterns from 9 designers while learning new crochet stitches and techniques. Share your completed project pictures to enter the end-of-CAL giveaway with prizes from Denise Interchangeable Knitting and Crochet, Lion Brand Yarn, and Search Press North America. #calcentralIf you make your own Moss Stitch Hat, I’d love to see it! Share your progress and questions by tagging me on Facebook as @Underground Crafter, Instragram as @ucrafter, or Twitter as @ucrafter. You can also share a picture in the Underground Crafters Facebook group. Sign up for my weekly newsletter and get a coupon code for your choice of one of my premium patterns and other subscriber goodies. Plus, you’ll never miss one of my free patterns again!

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Moss Stitch Hat

Tunisian Crochet Pattern by Underground Crafter

Free Tunisian crochet pattern: Moss Stitch Hat in Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick by Underground Crafter | This simple slouchy hat is crocheted flat with two basic Tunisian crochet stitches. It's part of the New Year, New Skill Crochet Along with #CALCentral. Get the pattern and enter the end-of-CAL giveaway with prizes from Denise Interchangeables, Lion Brand, and Search Press North America.This simple slouchy hat is crocheted flat with two basic Tunisian crochet stitches.

 

Finished Size

  • Adult: 23” (58.5 cm) hat circumference x 8.5” (21.5 cm) height.

Materials

  • Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick yarn (80% acrylic/20% wool, 6 oz/170 g/106 yd/97 m) – 1 skein each in 640 Marble (CA) and 535 River Run (CB), or approximately 32 yd (29 m) in CA and 88 yd (80.5 m) in CB in any super bulky yarn.
  • US Size N-15/10 mm Tunisian crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge. (I used my Denise2Go Crochet for a Cure 2-Hook Set.)
  • Yarn needle.

Gauge

  • 5 sts = 2” (5 cm) in pattern for band. For best fit, always check your gauge.

Abbreviations Used in This Pattern

  • CA – Color A
  • CB – Color B
  • ch – chain
  • st(s) – stitch(es)
  • Standard Return = Ch 1, *yo and draw through 2 loops; repeat from * across.
  • Tps – Tunisian purl stitch – Bring yarn to front, insert hook under next vertical bar, yo and draw up loop onto hook. Kim Guzman’s video tutorial for this stitch is available here.
  • Tps2tog – Tunisian purl stitch 2 sts together – Bring yarn to front, insert hook under next 2 vertical bars, yo and draw up loop onto hook. (Decreases 1 st)
  • Tss – Tunisian simple stitch – Insert hook under next vertical bar, yo and draw up loop onto hook. Kim Guzman’s video tutorial for this stitch is available here.
  • Tss2tog – Tunisian simple stitch 2 sts together – Insert hook under next 2 vertical bars, yo and draw up loop onto hook. Kim Guzman’s video tutorial for this stitch is available here. (Decreases 1 st)
  • yo – yarn over
  • * Repeat instructions after asterisk as indicated.

Pattern Notes

  • Tunisian crochet rows are worked in 2 parts (forward and return) without turning. Always skip first vertical bar (below first loop on hook) at beginning of row.
  • For more even edges and easy seaming, insert hook under both loops of last st for final Tss or Tps of each row.

Pattern Instructions

Band

  • With CA, ch 5.
  • Foundation Row: Forward: Turn, skip first ch, *insert hook in next ch, yo and draw up a loop, leave loop on hook; repeat from * across. (Kim Guzman has a great Tunisian crochet foundation row tutorial here.) Work Standard Return (see Special Stitches). (5 sts)
  • Row 1: Forward: Tps in next st, Tss in next st, Tps in next st, Tss in last st. Work Standard Return. (5 sts)
  • Repeat Row 1 until band measures approximately 23” (58.6 cm).
  • Final Row: Bind off: *Insert hook as for Tps, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through 2 loops, insert hook as for Tss, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through 2 loops; repeat from * across. Fasten off.

Hat

  • With CB and working along long edge of band, evenly pick up 48 sts along edge. (To pick up sts, *insert hook in edge of band, yo and draw up a loop, leave loop on hook; repeat across until 48 loops are on hook.) Work Standard Return.
  • Row 1: *Tps in next st, Tss in next st; repeat from * across. Work Standard Return. (48 sts)
  • Row 2: *Tss in next st, Tps in next st; repeat from * across. Work Standard Return.
  • Repeat Rows 1-2 until hat measures approximately 7.5” (19 cm) including band, ending after Row 2 Standard Return.
  • Row 3: *Tps2tog in next 2 sts, Tps in next st, Tss in next st; repeat from * across to last 3 sts, Tps in next st, Tss in next 2 sts. Work Standard Return. (37 sts)
  • Row 4: *Tss2tog in next 2 sts, Tps in next st; repeat from * across to last 2 sts, Tss2tog. Work Standard Return. (25 sts)
  • Row 5: *Tps2tog in next 2 sts, Tss2tog in next 2 sts; repeat from * across to last 4 sts, Tps2tog in next 2 sts, Tss in next 2 sts. Work Standard Return. (14 sts)
  • Row 6: *Tss2tog in next 2 sts, Tps2tog in next 2 sts; repeat from * across to last st, Tss in last st. Work Standard Return. (8 sts)
  • Row 7: Bind off: *Insert hook as for Tps2tog, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through 2 loops,** insert hook as for Tss2tog, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through 2 loops; repeat from * to ** once, insert hook as for Tss, yo and draw up a loop, yo and draw through 2 loops. Fasten off with long (approximately 24”/61 cm) yarn tail for seaming.

Finishing

  • Thread yarn needle with long yarn tail. Seam hat closed with right (front) sides together using a whipstitch seam. (You can find my photo tutorial for the whipstitch seam here.) Turn hat right side out.
  • With yarn needle, weave in yarn tails on inside of hat.
© 2018 by Marie Segares (Underground Crafter). This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Marie’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. If you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: http://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2018/01/15/tunisian-crochet-pattern-moss-stitch-hat. Thanks for supporting indie designers!

If you make your own Moss Stitch Hat, I’d love to see it! Share your progress and questions by tagging me on Facebook as @Underground Crafter, Instragram as @ucrafter, or Twitter as @ucrafter. You can also share a picture in the Underground Crafters Facebook group. Sign up for my weekly newsletter and get a coupon code for your choice of one of my premium patterns and other subscriber goodies. Plus, you’ll never miss one of my free patterns again!

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New Year, New Skill CAL Week 1: Tunisian Crochet

New Year, New Skill Crochet-a-Long with CAL Central - January 16 - March 6, 2017 - Visit CAL Central on Facebook or Ravelry for more details

Tunisian crochet is one of my favorite crochet techniques, so I’m so excited to kick off the first week of the New Year, New Skill crochet-a-long by featuring four different Tunisian crochet patterns! (If you’re just hearing about the CAL, you can find more details and a regularly updated schedule here.)

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Week 1: Tunisian Crochet

Tunisian crochet projects generally require a specialized hook (sometimes called an Afghan hook) with a stopper on one end. As you can imagine, these hooks are available in a variety of lengths and materials. You can see just a few (ahem) from my collection in the picture below. My favorite Tunisian crochet hooks are the plastic ones made by Denise Interchangeables (shown at the far right), which can also be configured as double-ended hooks or standard crochet hooks.

New Year, New Skill Crochet-a-Long with CAL Central - January 16 - March 6, 2017 - Week 1: Tunisian Crochet - Visit CAL Central on Facebook or Ravelry for more detailsWhy do you need the stopper? Well, unlike most other crochet techniques, Tunisian crochet stitches are kept on the hook, kind of like knitting stitches. If you don’t have a Tunisian crochet hook (and can’t get your hands on one over the next week), you can also wrap a rubber band tightly on the end of your hook or use a knitting point protector as a temporary stopper.

How to join the New Year, New Skill CAL

  • Get the full schedule here. You can join in by crocheting the patterns as you have time.
  • Share your progress and post pictures of your finished projects. Tag your projects and posts #calcentralcrochet on all social media.
  • If you’d like to chat with other crocheters, join our Facebook or Ravelry groups.
  • Each week, our featured designers will be available to answer questions in our groups and to share some of their other work with you.
  • By the end of the CAL you’ll have up to 26 beautiful projects and will have learned or mastered 7 different skills.


New Year, New Skill Week 1 Patterns

Choose one (or more) of these patterns to help you learn or master Tunisian crochet!

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Free Tunisian crochet pattern: Tunisian Extended Knit Scarf

Free Tunisian crochet pattern: Tunisian Extended Knit Scarf with video tutorial by Underground Crafter | This stitch creates a warm and elegant pattern that resembles the stockinette stitch in knitting. The Tunisian Purl Stitch borders and the Extended Knit Stitch make this Tunisian crochet project unlikely to curl. This scarf is designed to meet the donation requirements of the Red Scarf Project, a program of Foster Care to Success which provides care packages to foster youth in colleges and training programs. This post is part of my monthly charity spotlight series where I highlight a charity that accepts crochet or knit donations and share a free pattern, so read on for details!

This post contains affiliate links. Materials for the sample were generously provided by Denise and Kraemer Yarns.

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Featured Charity: Foster Care to Success (The Red Scarf Project)

Since 1981, Foster Care to Success (formerly known as the Orphan Foundation of America) has helped to support young adults transitioning out of foster care into independent living. In most states, children “age out” of foster care at age 18 or upon graduating from high school. Foster Care to Success steps in and provides the type of support and structure that other young adults may get from their families, including college and career guidance, advice and training in personal finance, and academic and financial support for college and training programs.

The Red Scarf Project is one program of Foster Care to Success (FCS). Every February, FCS sends Valentine’s Day care packages to the students in its program. These packages include goodies like snacks, gift cards, and personal care items, along with handmade red scarves.

Since 2005, over 25,000 red scarves have been distributed to young adults in colleges and training programs across the United States. You can learn more about The Red Scarf Project on the FCS website here. Scarves can be mailed to The Red Scarf Project office in Sterling, Virginia. Due to storage limitations, scarves are only accepted from September 1 through December 15 annually.

Charity Guide

Tips for Making Great Red Scarf Project Donations

Free Tunisian crochet pattern: Tunisian Extended Knit Scarf with video tutorial by Underground Crafter | This stitch creates a warm and elegant pattern that resembles the stockinette stitch in knitting. The Tunisian Purl Stitch borders and the Extended Knit Stitch make this Tunisian crochet project unlikely to curl. This scarf is designed to meet the donation requirements of the Red Scarf Project, a program of Foster Care to Success which provides care packages to foster youth in colleges and training programs.

Foster Care to Success distributes scarves to youth adults in their program. Scarves must be made with red yarn, predominantly red multicolor yarn, or include red stripes. The style should be unisex and they ask that each scarf drape and tie easily. Fringe is optional but welcome. To ensure that scarves are warm and provide adequate neck coverage for young adults of various sizes, scarves must measure at least 60” (152.5 cm) long and 5” (13 cm) to 8” (20.5 cm) wide. Yarn tails should be securely woven in and handmade tags including care instructions are much appreciated.

You can find The Red Scarf Project guidelines along with links to free crochet and knitting patterns here. Remember that scarf donations are only accepted from September 1 through December 15 due to space restrictions.

About the Tunisian Extended Knit Scarf

Back in June, I went to Washington, D.C. for The National NeedleArts Association summer show and I met the lovely ladies who work at Denise as well as the team from Kraemer Yarns. (Longtime readers know that I love my Denise interchangeable crochet hooks, so I was thrilled to learn about the Denise2Go Crochet for a Cure 2-Hook Set.) After the show, I received a set of the hooks to try out as well as some Perfection Super Bulky from Kraemer, and the idea for this scarf started to come together.

Free Tunisian crochet pattern: Tunisian Extended Knit Scarf with video tutorial by Underground Crafter | This stitch creates a warm and elegant pattern that resembles the stockinette stitch in knitting. The Tunisian Purl Stitch borders and the Extended Knit Stitch make this Tunisian crochet project unlikely to curl. This scarf is designed to meet the donation requirements of the Red Scarf Project, a program of Foster Care to Success which provides care packages to foster youth in colleges and training programs.

The Perfection Super Bulky is an easy care yarn (and let’s face it, most college students are doing laundry in a rush!). It actually comes in several shades of red, so it’s perfect for The Red Scarf project. I wanted to create a very warm project because I knew some of the students would probably rely on this scarf as their primary winter wear. Tunisian crochet is great for ultra warm winter projects since it can create a dense fabric, but sometimes it can be too dense. That’s why I wanted to pair the super bulky yarn with my Denise2Go kit since it has a broad range of hook sizes. I used the N-15/10 mm hook for the sample, but I tend to have tight tension, which is why I recommend the M-13/9 mm hook for most crocheters. If you’re new to Tunisian crochet, don’t worry! I’ve included a complete video tutorial at the end of the pattern.

If you’re looking for other projects that would make great donations to The Red Scarf Project, try my free crochet pattern for the Color Blocked Co-Ed Scarf.

Color Blocked Co-Ed Scarf, free #crochet pattern by Underground Crafter

If you make your own Tunisian Extended Knit Scarf, I’d love to see it! Share your progress and questions by tagging me on Facebook as @Underground Crafter, Instragram as @ucrafter, Google+ as +UndergroundCrafter, or Twitter as @ucrafter.

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Tunisian Extended Knit Scarf

Tunisian Crochet Pattern by Underground Crafter

02-easy 50US terms 506-superbulkyThis stitch creates a warm and elegant pattern that resembles the stockinette stitch in knitting. The Tunisian Purl Stitch borders and the Extended Knit Stitch make this Tunisian crochet project unlikely to curl. This scarf is designed to meet the donation requirements of the Red Scarf Project.

Free Tunisian crochet pattern: Tunisian Extended Knit Scarf with video tutorial by Underground Crafter | This stitch creates a warm and elegant pattern that resembles the stockinette stitch in knitting. The Tunisian Purl Stitch borders and the Extended Knit Stitch make this Tunisian crochet project unlikely to curl. This scarf is designed to meet the donation requirements of the Red Scarf Project, a program of Foster Care to Success which provides care packages to foster youth in colleges and training programs.

Finished Size

  • Teen/Adult: 6.75” (17 cm) wide x 65.5” (166.5 cm) long.

Materials

Gauge

  • 8.5 sts x 5.5 rows in EKS pattern = 4” (10 cm). Exact gauge is not critical for this project.

Abbreviations Used in This Pattern

  • ch – chain
  • ea – each
  • EKS – Tunisian extended knit stitch – Insert hook from front to back through center of next vertical bar, yo and draw up a loop, leave loop on hook, ch 1.
  • rep – repeat
  • Return Row – Ch 1, *yo and draw through 2 loops; rep from * across.
  • st(s) – stitch(es)
  • TPS – Tunisian purl stitch – Bring yarn to front, insert hook under next vertical bar, yo and draw up a loop, leave loop on hook.
  • yo – yarn over
  • * Repeat instructions after asterisk as indicated.

Pattern Notes

  • Tunisian crochet rows are worked in 2 parts (forward and return) without turning.
  • First vertical bar of each row (underneath first chain on hook) is always skipped.
  • A video tutorial for the special stitches is available at the end of the pattern.

Pattern Instructions

Scarf

  • Ch 16 (or any multiple of sts).
  • Base Row: Forward Row: Skip first ch, *insert hook in next ch, yo and draw up a loop, leave loop on hook; rep from * across. Rep Return Row.
  • Row 1: Forward Row: TPS in next st and ea st across. Rep Return Row.
  • Row 2: Rep Row 1 Forward and Return.
  • Row 3: Forward Row: EKS in next st and ea st across. Rep Return Row.
  • Rep Row 3 until scarf measures 64.5” (164 cm) long, or approximately 1” (2.5 cm) shorter than desired length.
  • Rows 4-5: Rep Row 1 Forward and Return twice.
  • Bind Off Row: *TPS in next st, yo and draw through both loops on hook; rep from * across. Fasten off.

Finishing

  • With yarn needle, weave in ends.

 

© 2016 by Marie Segares (Underground Crafter). This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Marie’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. If you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: http://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2016/10/26/free-pattern-tunisian-extended-knit-scarf. Thanks for supporting indie designers!

If you make your own Tunisian Extended Knit Scarf, I’d love to see it! Share your progress and questions by tagging me on Facebook as @Underground Crafter, Instragram as @ucrafter, Google+ as +UndergroundCrafter, or Twitter as @ucrafter.

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