If you’ve never tried tunisian stitch, you’re in for such a treat! You can use this stitch to make endless fun projects. But we will focus around crochet shawls and scarves in this post. Why? Because let’s face it – these are the go – to accessories on fall and winter time! All of these patterns below are beginner friendly. And they work up fast, but I think what I love most about them are the colors and texture. Just choose your favourite colour of yarn and let’s do it!
Tunisian Trellis Lace Scarf
- DESIGNED by Raffaella Tassoni
This gorgeous, colorful crochet scarf in the pictures below is the incredible work by Raffaella Tassoni and it’s the ideal project for colder days. Especially if you want to stand out and chase away the cold and gloomy days ahead. It’s a fantastic pattern is you want to enjoy a mindless crochet evening on the couch.
Photos by Raffaella Tassoni / ravelry.com
- DESIGNED by Miroslava Mihalkova
The more colors, the better, especially when it comes to fall and winter time, because that’s exactly when we need more colors into our loves, right? Take a look at this beautiful crochet shawl in the pictures below. It’s constructed from the tip to the widest section by increasing 1 stitch every row. The finished effect is stunning, isn’t it?
Photos by Miroslava Mihalkova / ravelry.com
Simple Tunisian Shawl
- DESIGNED by Tanya Eberhardt
Isn’t the combination of delicate brown, blue and cream just out of this world? It creates such a stunning and elegant effect. It will elevate every fall and winter outfit! It’s a meditative triangle wrap, that is using only basic Tunisian stitches, and it’s amazing for a bit more advanced beginners.
Photos by Tanya Eberhardt / ravelry.com
Make sure to also check out: Beautiful Warm Crochet Cowls
Twisted Twin Cable Scarf
- DESIGNED by Alexandra Halsey
I love tunisian crochet, because it gives so much incredible, eye-catching texture to every project you use it on! Like for instance this gorgeous scarf in the pictures below. The cables make it look so very intricate, squishy and so so pleasing to the eye and at the same time it’s really easy to achieve this effect!
Photos by Alexandra Halsey / ravelry.com