15 Fun Tunisian Crochet Projects to Make This Weekend
If you’re a knitter and thinking about an easy way to try your hand at crochet, tunisian crochet may be exactly what you’re looking to try.
Tunisian crochet is a slight variation of traditional crochet, almost a mix of crochet and knitting. It involves a special long crochet hook and it uses multiple stitches on the hook at once. The result is a beautiful woven looking design that’s generally thick and luxurious to the touch.
We’ve tracked down these 15 fun tunisian crochet projects to help get you started. Give this fun new crochet technique a try today.
Tunisian Crochet Washcloths
This is a quick and easy tunisian crochet project finished off with a crochet border in Linen Stitch and perfect for gift giving.
Via My Poppet
Tunisian Crochet Feathers
You’ll have so much fun making these feathers. They’re quick to make and easily achievable with only just the basic knowledge of tunisian crochet.
Via Poppy and Bliss
Striped Tunisian Crocheted Cushion
Here’s something bright and happy that will make you feel jolly and rather content just looking at it!
Via Boys and Bunting
Simple Starlight Tunisian Crochet Shrug
At its most basic, this gorgeous shrug is a rectangle/square, with the sides folded down and sewn together to create arm holes. It doesn’t get much easier than that!
Via One Dog Woof
Tunisian Crochet Scarf
With the regular back and forth motion of a typewriter’s carriage, this surprisingly easy technique works up quickly and densely, perfect for warm and cozy scarves.
Via Purl Soho
Mermaid Isle Scarf
The tunisian stitch gives this scarf an incredible feel and drape. With the right yarn, it even has a mermaid tail effect.
Simple Cowl in Tunisian Crochet
Maybe you’ll be inspired to try Tunisian Crochet with this gorgeous and simple cowl pattern.
Via Knit 1 LA
Easy Tunisian Crocheted Blanket with Tassels
Whip up the gorgeous and luxurious tunisian crochet blanket complete with fun tassels in no time.
Tunisian Crochet Pointed Pom Pom Hat
Decreasing in this hat is simply a matter of working through three stitches instead of two. So easy and so perfect for a gently sloping elf-inspired head topper!
Via Purl Soho
Tunisian Ripple Scarf
This pattern takes a crochet standard and gives it a Tunisian twist for a scarf with beautiful drape and texture. A one-row repeat using basic Tunisian stitches and techniques makes this a great “next” project for new Tunisian crocheters.
Tunisian Crochet Pillow Cover
It’s a very simple project, that you can finish in one day -maybe while binging on Netflix.
Via Tracing Threads
Gobelin Textured Tunisian Crochet Cowl
It’s almost un-crochet-like, and yet, not quite knit-like either. The front and the back both have a great feel and texture.
Via One Dog Woof
Tunisian Crochet Computer Sleeve
This is a generic pattern for how to make a cozy sleeve for your netbook, laptop, cell phone, iPod, iPad…you name it!
Scrappy Tunisian Crochet Blanket
The blanket is worked in long strips, and it is up to you whether you want them to go horizontally or vertically in the final design. If you’re making a square blanket then it doesn’t matter either way.
Via Chopped Tomatoes
Mini Tunisian Crochet Hold All
Here’s a quick and easy little project – perfect if you’re just wanting to give tunisian crochet a try.
Via Sarita Creative
We love tunisian crochet and we hope you do too. If you’re starting to get the hang of it and are looking for more tunisian crochet stitches to try, we recommend this wonderful book: TUNISIAN Crochet – Vol. 1: Basic & Textured Stitches