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Hooked on…Tunisian

By on May 7, 2016

Hooked on Tunisian

I have a little experience with Tunisian but my friend over at ACCROchet is a pro and I asked her to share her favorite Tunisian crochet patterns with you! Take a look and see. Maybe you’ll get hooked too 🙂

FREE Tunisian Crochet Scarf by Purl Soho

Since Purl Soho can do no wrong in terms of design excellence, this is a sure investment of your time.

FREE Tunisian Crochet Scarf by Purl Soho

FREE Tunisian Wingspan by Amy Depew

This is another gorgeous free pattern with an interesting shape.

FREE Tunisian Wingspan by Amy Depew

Ocean Geometry Scarf by ACCROchet

I designed this pattern so that crocheters could try Tunisian without having to commit to new tools. With a standard hook, you can hop in and maybe get addicted to the technique.

Ocean Geometry Scarf by ACCROchet

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Pax by Aoibhe Ni

The pattern that got me excited about Tunisian crochet in the 1st place. This pattern is the gateway drug.

Pax by Aoibhe Ni

Sunny Daze Tunisian Entrelac by Laura Pavy

Entrelac is no longer a knitting exclusive. Thanks to Tunisian crochet, we too can join in on the fun motif.

Sunny Daze Tunisian Entrelac by Laura Pavy

the TC Vest by Karen Clements

Tunisian crochet & big yarn combine to create this super versatile piece of clothing.

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Thanks to ACCROchet for curating this round-up!

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About Emily Truman

Emily is the Assistant Editor at Happily Hooked Magazine and the owner at Em's Corner. She is a WAHM with 4 kids. She has a passion for crochet and sharing the art with others.

2 Comments

  1. L peckett

    May 13, 2016 at 2:16 am

    How do you stop tunisian from curling. I like doing it but dont like the way top and bottom curls.

    • ACCROchet

      May 13, 2016 at 5:42 pm

      You should probably go up a hook size to avoid that. Tunisian is denser and most crocheters find their tension is just slightly tighter.

      Also: blocking!

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