There are dozens of amazing Tunisian crochet designers making beautiful things right now. With resources like Pinterest, Ravelry, and YouTube, their crafty skills are at our fingertips! If you’ve been planning to try Tunisian crochet, give a few of these projects a go. They’re all free and many have useful photo and/or video tutorials.
1. Autumn Leaves Neck Warmer from She’s Crafty Crochet
2. Tunisian Peek-a-Boo Baby Blanket from Red Heart
Learn more about the pattern and download it here!
3. TC Vest by Karen Clements
Try this vest, which is even easier than it looks, by clicking here!
4. Tunisian Ear Warmer from TL Yarn Crafts
50+ Instagrammers can’t be wrong: this is the easiest beginner Tunisian crochet project you could start with. Find the full video tutorial here.
5. Two Color Tote Bag from Lion Brand Yarns
Add some sparkle to your Tunisian crochet project with this tutorial, found here.
6. Entrelac Shawl by G Madsen
If you’re ready to try something more challenging, a bit of entrelac may be a great next step. Find a full photo tutorial to this gorgeous shawl here.
7. Sampler Dish Cloth
Tunisian crochet and cross stitch combine in this cheery dish cloth. Pattern found here.
8. Tunisian Feathers by Poppy & Bliss
I’ll go on record saying Michelle of Poppy & Bliss is the Queen of Tunisian crochet. This adorable feather pattern works up quickly and gives you some practice with using shaping techniques. Find it here.
9. Tunisian Crochet Scarf from Purl Soho
Leave it to Purl Soho to combine their beautiful yarns with the simplicity of Tunisian crochet. Try their take on the Gobelin stitch here.
If that’s not enough Tunisian crochet for you, I have two perfect patterns waiting in my shop: the Cottage Throw Pillow and the Ombre Dream Pillow. Also, find my favorite Tunisian crochet hook set and other must-haves in my 11 Supplies for the Ultimate Crochet Toolkit post.