14 Easy Tunisian Crochet Patterns Beginners Can Actually Master
Tunisian crochet is traditionally done using a longer hook than a regular crochet hook, called an Afghan hook. You don’t need to worry if you think that mastering a new hook sounds scary, though. These patterns that we’ve picked out are extra easy. And many of them don’t even require using a different hook than the one that you’ve already got handy.
Learn the Tunisian simple stitch, and you’ve got a fun new stitch in your pocket that you can use over and over again. When you dive in with these patterns that we’ve compiled, learning them is fast and simple.
One of the patterns is even called “Honestly Easy.” We’re being honest, you’re going to surprise yourself with how well you master this stitch.
Crochet pillows, owls, and purses – you’ll want to make them all with this stitch when you realize how fast it is.
Mitered Square Crochet Pillow
The Mitered Square Pillow is a perfect intro to Tunisian crochet. It includes the most basic Tunisian stitch (called the Tunisian simple stitch, or Tss), a decrease, and a simple bind off. And, since each square is pretty small, you don’t need any special tools. Yep, you can crochet this project with regular hooks.
Quick Tunisian Crochet Cowl
This Quick Crochet Cowl is worked in a short row Tunisian Simple Stitch. It goes rather quickly and can be finished in a weekend. The twisted cowl exposes both the front and rear of the beautiful Tunisian Simple Stitch.
Via Olives & Okra
Coral Candy Headband
This knotted headband can easily be crocheted up in an afternoon, while you learn one of my favorite stitches, the “Tunisian Knit Stitch”!” This easy-to-crochet headband is the perfect one-skein crochet project.
Via Hopeful Honey
Rainbow Children’s Purse
This free crochet pattern is very easy to customize and change the overall size of the purse as it is worked in a basic rectangle shape. This is an excellent beginner project for those learning Tunisian crochet.
Simple Summer Dishcloth
Crochet dishcloths are perfect for scrubbing at the sink, but we also love them in the bathroom as face cloths. Don’t be scared to try something new, especially when it comes to Tunisian crochet.
Via Stitch & Unwind
Tunisian Tie-Up Crochet Headband
This Tunisian Headband was designed for a little extra width to ensure plenty of ear coverage and stray hair avoidance. The headband is worked in Tunisian Simple Stitch resulting in a nicely woven and dense fabric.
Via Kristyn Crochets
Honestly Easy Tunisian Crochet Afghan
You won’t have to be nervous to try this pattern because it’s made as an intro to Tunisian crochet.
Via All Free Crochet
Reversible Boot Cuff
When you want to keep the cold from creeping in, wear a Reversible Tunisian Crochet Boot Cuff with your favorite boot. These crochet boot cuffs are fashionable and unique.
Via Bhooked Crochet
Tunisian Crochet Scarf
Dress up your winter gear and add some sophistication to your favorite outfit when you include the Elegant Tunisian Crochet Scarf. Featuring the understated Tunisian stitch, this crochet scarf is as warm as it is stylish.
Via Purl Soho
Priceless Mohawk Hat
If you’ve been looking for a unique hat to make for the winter months, this Priceless Mohawk Hat is it. Make this crocheted hat if you’ve always secretly wanted a mohawk but couldn’t bear to actually cut your hair.
Via Jessie At Home
This crocheted purse is just the right size for all of your daily essentials such as wallet, cell phone, and keys.
Via Umme Yusuf
In a Flash Mitered Corners Blanket
Mitered corners make great borders and they add a clean and modern edge to projects. Which makes it a perfect for crocheting this blanket!
Be So Wild Tunisian Clutch
This ADORABLE clutch is so easy to whip up using the Tunisian knit stitch. It is so dense you don’t even need to line it! This project is perfect for last minute gifts, too!
Via Kristin Omdahl
Pointy Pom Pom Hat
From the point on the top of the hat to the pair of pompoms on the earflaps, this pattern is easy to follow and will result in some much-appreciated winter gear.
Via Purl Soho
See? That wasn’t nearly as hard as you thought it would be. In fact, we’re guaranteeing it was much, much easier. And now you have tons of cute patterns to choose from with your newfound skill.
We want to see which patterns you chose and how your projects turned out. Let us know by sending us a picture or story about your crocheting experience. There’s nothing we love more than to hear a good ol’ success story.