Tunisian crochet shawls & scarves

25 Tunisian Crochet Shawls & Scarves to Brighten Up Your Outfit

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If you’ve never tried Tunisian stitch, you’re in for such a treat! You can use this stitch to do endless fun projects. But we will focus on crochet shawls and scarves in this post. Why? Because let’s face it – these are the go-to accessories for fall and winter time! All of the 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!

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1. Ferris Tunisian Cowl

  • DESIGNED by Lee Sartori

Practice Tunisian crochet while making this lovely and bulky cowl. In the free cowl pattern, you’ll find the Tunisian simple stitch, knit stitch, and purl stitch, so it’s affordable for adventurous beginners who want to try something new.

free crochet Tunisian Cowl pattern

Photos by Lee Sartori / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on cococrochetlee.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

2. Tunisian Scrap Cowl

  • DESIGNED by Emily Marie Davies

When you have plenty of yarn leftovers, it’s time to use them for something simple and beautiful like this cowl. It crochets with a free pattern in the Tunisian stitch technique. Create a nice accessory for your everyday outfits and sort out your stash at once.

Tunisian Cowl free crochet pattern

Photos by Emily Marie Davies / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on hookedhazel.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

3. Kiki Shawl

  • DESIGNED by Toni Lipsey

Tunisian crochet is always an exciting challenge, and you can try it with this free Tunisian shawl pattern. It is beginner-friendly and describes three Tunisian stitches techniques that give such a fabulous texture. They are simple, reverse, and honeycomb stitches. You will love it!

free tunisian shawl crochet pattern

Photos by Toni Lipsey / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on tlycblog.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Tunisian Crochet Pompom Scarf

  • DESIGNED by Vidisha Sarkar

This Tunisian scarf with cute pompoms is a perfect warm piece for your kid. It is easily adjustable so you can make the same design for every family member. It is a simple project that is easy to make. The free crochet Tunisian scarf pattern has a video tutorial of the entire process.

free tunisian scarf crochet pattern

Photos by Vidisha Sarkar / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

5. Arrakeen Infinity Scarf Test

  • DESIGNED by Janine Mudge | Capital Crochet

Making a scarf is always an excellent chance to practice crochet techniques. Нour hands will remember the movements, and by the middle of the project, you will already be confidently wielding a hook. So take this free Tunisian crochet scarf pattern and make this cozy infinity scarf.

Tunisian crochet scarf free pattern

Photos by BrownEyedCrochet / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on capitalcrochet.ca. Read more about BrownEyedCrochet’s project on Ravelry.

6. Tunisian Crochet Lace Shells Scarf

  • DESIGNED by Yarnspirations

Look at this easy Tunisian crochet project! I like the lace texture of this long scarf. And I appreciate the idea of making it with a gradient. With this free Tunisian scarf crochet pattern, you’ll get a lovely accessory for your Autumn outfits. Its finished size is approximate 9¾ x 70 inches or 25 x 178 cm.

Tunisian stitch scarf free crochet pattern

Photos by Yarnspirations / yarnspirations.com

Find the original free pattern on yarnspirations.com.

7. Lamia Wrap

  • DESIGNED by Toni Lipsey

Lamia Wrap is a fantastic project for beginners who want to learn crocheting Tunisian stitch. This free shawl crochet pattern comes with a detailed video tutorial. With it, you will create your first beautifully textured stylish shawl for your modern wardrobe.

free tunisian shawl crochet pattern

Photos by Toni Lipsey / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on tlycblog.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

8. Wheat Fields Shawl

  • DESIGNED by Andrea Cretu

What a beautiful lace design and a lovely wheat ornament this shawl has! It looks airy, almost lightweight — adorable. You can crochet this Tunisian shawl with a free video tutorial. Find the link below and enjoy this project!

tunisian shawl free crochet pattern

Photos by Andrea Cretu / ravelry.com

Find the free video tutorial on YouTube, or read more about it on Ravelry.

9. Alex In Cable Land Shawl

  • DESIGNED by Alexandra Halsey

Long, soft, cozy, and extremely beautiful — this is how I see this Tunisian crochet shawl by Alexandra Halsey. There is a free crochet pattern and video tutorial, so if you’ve never tried Tunisian stitches, give it a try!

free tunisian crochet shawl pattern

Photos by Alexandra Halsey / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on blog.clover-usa.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

10. Triangle Scarf

  • DESIGNED by Nicki Hirsch

Looking for a nice striped scarf for your modern outfit? You’ve found a perfect free Tunisian crochet pattern! It is an interesting technique when you work with a special long needle that is why all stitches have room. This triangle scarf will fit perfectly with your midseason looks.

free tunisian crochet scarf pattern

Photos by Nicki Hirsch / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on schachenmayr.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

11. 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.

Tunisian Trellis Lace Scarf

Photos by Raffaella Tassoni / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on raffamusadesigns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

12. Mannequin Shawl

  • 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?

Mannequin Shawl

Photos by Miroslava Mihalkova / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on wordpress.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

13. 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.

Simple Tunisian Shawl

Photos by Tanya Eberhardt / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on littlethingsblogged.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Make sure also to check out: Beautiful Warm Crochet Cowls

14. 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!

Twisted Twin Cable Scarf

Photos by Alexandra Halsey / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on withalexofficialblog.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

15. Snow Happy Scarf

  • Designed by Alexandra Halsey

This beautiful crochet scarf in the pictures below is so incredibly cozy and simply stunning, don’t you think? It’s the perfect example for proving, that crochet scarves doesn’t have to be boring at all! And even though it looks complicated, it’s really fun and easy to make.

Snow Happy Scarf

PHOTOS by Alexandra Halsey / Ravelry.com

Find the original free video tutorial on blog.clover-usa.com or read more about it on Ravelry.

16. Skinny Stripes Scarf

  • Designed by Kim Guzman

This beautiful crochet scarf in the pictures below is made by Kim Guzman and it’s absolutely gorgeous! The finished size is approximately 7″ x 50″, but you can easily adapt it. The colorwork is so lovely and really easy to achieve! Have fun! Let me know if you like this one.

Skinny Stripes Scarf

PHOTOS by Kim Guzman / Ravelry.com

Find the original free video tutorial on crochetkim.com or read more about it on Ravelry.

17. Smooth Sailing Infinity Scarf

  • Designed by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson

Crochet shawls should be warm, cozy and really soft at the same time. Just like this fun scarf in the pictures below. It’s made by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson and both the texture and color are on point! So if you’re looking for a relaxing project, that’s using Tunisian crochet, this is the one!

Smooth Sailing Infinity Scarf

PHOTOS by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson / Ravelry.com

Find the original free video tutorial on fiberflux.com or read more about it on Ravelry.

18. Tunisian Triangle Scarf

  • Designed by Raffaella Tassoni

This crochet scarf combines a comfortable shape with a warm, eye-catching design. Pleasant to the touch and warm, it can be worn in many ways, so it’s a must-have for any crocheter. The project features Tunisian crochet technique, so add it to your to-do list if you’re looking for new skills. The shawl crochet pattern for this piece is free and easy to follow.

a crochet triangle scarf featuring a multicolored striped design

PHOTOS by Raffaella Tassoni / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on raffamusadesigns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

19. Ira Shawl

  • Designed by Arunima Goel

Another fabulous Tunisian crochet shawl design. The calm and light color scheme makes it great for winter outfits. Made with proper yarn, the shawls work very warm and will protect you from catching a cold. The intermediate crocheters will find the project quite easy and quick to complete, but don’t be afraid to try if you’re a beginner! The easy to follow crochet pattern will help you along the way.

a crochet triangle scarf featuring an ornamental multicolored design

PHOTOS by Arunima Goel / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on knitterknotter.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

20. Leyla Shawl

  • Designed by Veronika Cromwell

This simple Tunisian crochet shawl is a good thing to wear at home. If you’re looking for a versatile and comfortable piece to cuddle up with at home, this is it. You can throw it over and wrap it up or wear it as a scarf to keep your hands free. Either way, it’s pretty warm and sure to lift your spirits. Check the specifications before you start.

A woman is wearing a green Tunisian crochet shawl.

PHOTOS by Veronika Cromwell / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on blue-star-crochet.thrivecart.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

21. Linked Stitch Cowl

  • Designed by Kim Guzman

Made in different shades of purple, this Tunisian crochet cowl is an eye-catcher. Such a color is a great choice if you want to stand out, but don’t want to be the brightest outfit on the street. The pattern is quite simple, but uses an interesting chain stitch. It will be nice for both advanced beginners and intermediate crocheters. Just be sure to check out the tutorial.

Two pictures of a purple knitted scarf with a label on it, showcasing Tunisian crochet.

PHOTOS by Kim Guzman / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on makeitcrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

22. Rose Shawlette

  • Designed by Miroslava Mihalkova

A feminine design for Tunisiar crochet shawl. Tunisian crochet is one of the most amazing crochet techniques available for beginners and this crochet pattern allows you to make a nice versatile piece using it. If you feel like doing something new, consider it. The pattern will also be good for experienced crocheters looking for some relaxation.

A close up of a knitted scarf made using tunisian crochet.

PHOTOS by Miroslava Mihalkova / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on exquisitecrochetuk.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

23. Party Punch Shawl

  • Designed by Toni Lipsey

This crochet shawl is really light and great for spring outfits. You can wear it just as a scarf or throw it over as the weather gets colder. Either way, the versatile shape and neutral color allow for many outfits and you can think of many combinations, so don’t waste this opportunity. The experience is truly meditative.

Two pictures of a crocheted scarf on a mannequin showcasing tunisian crochet techniques.

PHOTOS by Toni Lipsey / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on tlycblog.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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24. Tunisian Sampler Shawl

  • Designed by Hayley Joanne Robinson

This Tunisian crochet shawl is a good thing to have in your wardrobe in the middle of the season. It’s not really a piece of clothing, which means you can just throw it on wherever you want, or even use it as a picnic blanket when you don’t have a place to sit. A shawl like this will keep you cozy and lift your spirits whenever you need it, so save it for later.

A woman showcasing a Tunisian crochet shawl in two different styles.

PHOTOS by Hayley Joanne Robinson / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

25. Fluorite Capelet

  • Designed by Andrea Cretu

A simple crochet shawl for those who love elegance. It’s made using the Tunisian crochet technique and a warm yet light yarn. Such a combination means it’s good for spring. You can use it to add some layers and texture to your outfit and keep yourself warm at the same time. Plus, it’s quite compact, so you can easily take it off and throw it in your bag whenever you want.

A crocheted Tunisian shawls displayed on a mannequin and worn by a woman outdoors.

PHOTOS by Andrea Cretu / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

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2 Comments

  1. Binky Melnik says:

    >> that’s exactly when we need more colors into our loves, right?

    Right! Who *doesn’t* need more colors into her loves? Not I!

    😆

    I just *had* to tweak your nose before going off to look at a thousand patterns. Have a good day, thanks for all the patterns, and I hope you get a LOTTA big, juicy colors into your love! 😉

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