Get these 100 Free Tunisian Crochet Patterns, just in time for the holiday season. Such a variety that you will be able to find something for everyone.
What Can You Make With Tunisian Crochet?
What can you make with Tunisian crochet? Anything at all that you could normally make with crochet or knit.
- Shawl Patterns
- Scarf Patterns
- Headband Patterns
- Cowl Patterns
- Hat Patterns
- Bags and Purses Patterns
- Blankets Afghans and Throws
- Baby Blankets
- Garment All Clothing Patterns
There’s been a myth about Tunisian crochet that it’s always dense and heavy, suitable for only a few different types of projects. With the influx of new Tunisian crochet hooks in the last 10-15 years, you can now see that Tunisian crochet is much more versatile than once thought.
On Ravelry, I have nearly 200 Tunisian crochet patterns listed on my Kim Guzman designer page. Most of them are hard copy books, published in the traditional fashion.
Find these books and my other books on the Kim Guzman About Me Page.
Now that I’m “living” permanently online with this new website, I thought I would pool together a list of Free Tunisian Crochet Patterns as a resource you can use for months.
What Is The Softest Tunisian Crochet Stitch?
The softest Tunisian crochet stitch to me is actually the smoothest. Soft is usually relative to the yarn itself but smooth is what you’re really looking for, I’ll bet. The Tunisian Knit Stitch is the most smooth. It gives the look of Knit Stockinette.
Which Tunisian Stitch Curls The Least?
The Tunisian Stitch that curls the least is either the Tunisian Reverse Stitch or the Tunisian Purl Stitch. What works even better than that, though, is combinations of stitches.
Tunisian crochet naturally curls because, with a lot of the stitches, the bulk of the stitch is on the back, making it curl to the front. When you combine and alternate stitches that naturally curl in opposite directions, you end up with a flatter project, without the curling.
Typical combinations are Smock Stitch, Honeycomb Stitch and Moss Stitch. Because they work so well at curbing the Tunisian crochet curl, you will see them used often in the patterns included here.
Bags and Purses Patterns
Blankets Afghans and Throws
Garment All Clothing Patterns
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All the patterns at Make It Crochet are free. Since many of you have asked how to help with the costs of running a site like this, I’ve made all the patterns into print-ready PDFs and the cost is about the same as a cup of coffee. Every little bit helps.
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