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7 Tunisian Crochet Scarves Patterns You Must Try

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One of our favorite things to make with Tunisian Crochet are Tunisian crochet scarves. They look like they are knitted, but instead, they are created with an Afghan hook (a long hook)  usually with basic stitches. 

Our team had a blast making these and can’t wait for you to find the one you love and make your own or to make one for a gift. 

Tunisian Crochet Scarves Supplies

We have listed each suggested yarn below the picture of the pattern. You can easily check the prices by clicking the link. 

Tunisian Crochet Hooks

Tunisian Crochet Stitches

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We have an entire article on all the Tunisian crochet stitches with video tutorials and photos. It’s crucial to know those first before getting started with these scarves. 

Tunisian crochet is different because it uses 2 concepts: Return pass and Forward Pass.  Here’s a quick description for them. 

In Tunisian crochet, the terms “return pass” and “forward pass” refer to two main steps involved in creating a row of stitches. Tunisian crochet is a unique crochet technique that combines elements of both crochet and knitting. Here’s an explanation of these terms:

Forward Pass

   – During the forward pass, you work from right to left (if you’re right-handed) or left to right (if you’re left-handed), inserting the hook from right to left through the designated stitch.

   – You pick up loops on the hook by pulling up a loop in each stitch across the row. Unlike traditional crochet, you don’t complete the stitches on the forward pass. Instead, you leave the loops on the hook.

Return Pass

   – The return pass is the second part of the row. It involves working from left to right (if you started the forward pass from the right) or right to left (if you started the forward pass from the left).

   – During the return pass, you yarn over and pull through one loop on the hook at a time. This process binds off the stitches and creates a fabric with a unique texture.

   – The number of loops left on the hook after the forward pass determines the type of stitch pattern or fabric you’re creating. Different stitch patterns and designs in Tunisian crochet involve variations in the forward pass.

In summary, the forward pass is the part where you pick up loops, and the return pass is where you yarn over and pull through loops to complete the stitches and create the fabric.

The combination of these two passes creates the distinctive look and feel of Tunisian crochet. Without further ado, here are our favorite patterns we love for Tunisian crochet scarves. 

Crochet Scarf Pattern

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Download Pattern: Crochet Scarf Pattern

Yarn Weight:  Bulky

Joan was so excited to make this and review it. This is more for an intermediate crocheter.  Not the first project we would recommend doing. Joan said once you start with the foundation row, it goes pretty quickly after that. 

She did a have a little difficult with the tassels. She followed the photos in the pattern and then asked in this Facebook group for some suggestions and was able to complete it. 

It can be made without the tassels, so if they give you difficulty also, simple don’t make them. 

Tunisian Crochet Wrap Pattern

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Download Pattern: Tunisian crochet wrap pattern

Yarn Weight: DK

Have you ever experimented with Tunisian Crochet on a diagonal slant? If not, now is the perfect opportunity! Introducing the Tunisian Bias Wrap, a crochet pattern skillfully crafted on the bias. 

This pattern, designed for intermediate-level crocheters, follows a 2-row repeat row, progressing seamlessly from one corner to the other. Jackie did this pattern for us and man it turned out gorgeous. 

It’s perfect for an evening out or even a wedding where it’s a little chilly. It is stunning and although it’s a Tunisian simple stitch, the bias can trip you up.

All you need to do is choose beautiful yarn and your special Tunisian crochet hook. Then you can make the perfect scarf using the pattern PDFs. 

Crochet Pattern For a Scarf

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Download Pattern: Crochet Pattern For a Scarf

Yarn Weight: Sport

This crochet pattern for a scarf is gorgeous. Melissa downloaded the pattern around 7pm and was sending me the photos the next morning. I think she stayed up all night making this scarf LOL. 

This scarf features five triangular segments, each adorned with bobbles at the conclusion of both the increase and decrease sections. The entire piece is created in a single unit, requiring only the weaving in of the initial and concluding threads to complete.

Tunisian Crochet Scarf

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Download Pattern Tunisian Crochet Scarf

Yarn Weight: Bulky

This is my scarf in the wintertime. I love how soft it is and how it covers my face when the wind is whipping in Texas. It would be the perfect gift for someone on your list.

 You could totally do this in different colors or make a color change if you wanted a multicolored scarf. 

This Tunisian scarf pattern is great for advanced beginners to intermediate crocheters.  Remember too that you can do these cozy scarves in a different size by simply changing your stitches.

Don’t forget we have beginner video tutorials if you are new to Tunisian crochet. The Beginner’s guide to Tunisian crochet walks you through the simple Tunisian stitch and 9 other stitches. 

Tunisian Crochet Shawl 

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Download Pattern: Tunisian Crochet Shawl

Yarn Weight: Worsted Weight

This shawl is gorgeous. You can make a color change if you like the look in the photo. This Tunisian crochet project uses 3 simple stitches and has an optional border but as you can see in the photo, it really adds a great look to the shawl. 

You will want to use a 4mm hook size and remember you must have a Tunisian hook and not a regular crochet hook. 

Tunisian Crochet Shawl Pattern

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Download Pattern: Tunisian Crochet Shawl Pattern

Yarn Weight: DK

This shawl looked so intimidating to me, but Cassie downloaded the pattern and said it was so much fun to make.

She loved the detailed instructions and said it’s the perfect pattern for an intermediate crocheter who has practiced Tunisian crochet stitches.  She said it was a fun pattern and a stylish scarf. 

Furthermore, she received so many compliments when she wore this beautiful scarf at an event she was attending.

It truly has the look of knitting but is used with that Tunisian crochet hook.  This is not only a heirloom piece but a great addition to your wardrobe. 

Crochet Keyhole Scarf

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Download Pattern Crochet Keyhole Scarf

Yarn Weight: Worsted Weight yarn

This instant download PDF/photo tutorial offers a crochet pattern for the Tunisian Crochet Keyhole Scarf.

The step-by-step guide is accompanied by multiple photos illustrating the various techniques and Tunisian stitches employed in crafting this scarf. 

Tailored for intermediate-level skill, the pattern seamlessly integrates both regular and Tunisian crochet stitches.

While assuming familiarity with basic single and double crochet, the instructions within the pattern include detailed photos for mastering Tunisian simple stitch and Tunisian double stitch. 

A stitch key is also provided, ensuring accessibility even for beginners in Tunisian crochet who are adept at pattern reading.

If you run into issues, don’t forget you can reach out to the seller on Etsy or pop into the Facebook group for feedback and help. 

Tunisian Crochet Patterns

If you are intermediate crocheters, any of these scarves make a great project. If you are looking for more of a beginner-friendly pattern, check these out.

Our team has made all these patterns, and we give some hints and tips for each one of them. 

We have no doubt that with some practice these new patterns will find a space in your closet and you will find that Tunisian crochet becomes a preferred method for a variety of projects whether for yourself or to have creative ideas for gifts for friends and family. 

There is a Facebook group for Tunisian Crochet. We know they would love to see your finished product and if you need help, they are super helpful.

There are people with varying skill level in the group so you will definitely fit in.  

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