Today we’re working on a quick and easy project that will introduce you to the Tunisian Arrow Stitch (aka Tunisian Diamond stitch). I know, I know, it’s not a summer pattern and I’m posting this at the end of April, but two things happened: I just learned this gorgeous stitch. …
Today’s pattern is the matching scarf for the Argyle Hat. This is a short scarf. It is about half the length of a standard scarf, BUT you can make this longer by just repeating the pattern (start from Row 120 and work to Row 1 so that both ends of …
Who doesn’t love argyle? This is one of those “simple to make, but looks hard” kind of pattern that you can whip up while watching your favorite show on the weekend. Once you get the hang of the color changes, making this hat is easy. Quick note on the yarn: …
Hello, everyone! Welcome back! Today, we’re working on the Jacqueline Scarf, the matching scarf to the Jacqueline Mittens we crocheted last week. If you haven’t checked those out, here is a link to that video: Just like in last week’s pattern, you will need a little experience to crochet these …
Happy Thursday! Today, we’re working on a pair of lovely Tunisian Crochet mittens. I made these for a friend, along with a matching scarf (this will be next week’s tutorial and pattern). You will need a little experience to crochet these mittens. You’ll need to be comfortable crocheting the following …
Love.This.Hat. Yup, I love it. Once you get the hang of the cables, it’s a breeze to make. AND it looks awesome! I made this for a cousin, and ended up making one for myself because I loved it so much. Who, What, Where and all things info about the …
These socks are AMAZING! I’d been trying to crochet a pair of socks for ages, but always ended up with uneven socks, or gave up halfway through. Finally, I decided to create a pattern that could keep me interested long enough to crochet both socks AND was simple enough that …
By popular request, here is the matching scarf to the Alternating Posts Hat, which I creatively named the “Alternating Posts Scarf”! This is a quick and easy beginner crochet project that you can whip-up in no time (if you use a medium yarn, of course). The pattern calls for Back …
I should start by pointing out that this project is not intended for beginner crocheters. While it is an easy project to complete, you need to be comfortable with some basic Tunisian stitches before beginning this project. This is because you will be skipping stitches and working them out of …
This pattern was requested by a YouTube subscriber as part of a series of Tunisian Crochet patterns. This project is for intermediate to advanced crocheters who are familiar with Tunisian Crochet stitches: TS and Purl. In this pattern, we will be skipping and crossing over stitches, so you will need to be comfortable with basic Tunisian stitches in order to complete the pattern.
Now let’s talk about yarn. In the tutorial, I used a medium yarn for both the brim and the hat. In the pattern, I used a bulky #5 yarn (for the purple hat in the tutorial). You can use ANY yarn you want for your hat. If you chose a different sized yarn than what is written in the pattern, you will need to adjust your hook size to match your yarn.
Here are some suggested hook size adjustments, but please feel free to try different gauges and use whichever one you like best:
- Size #1 yarn, use 4.25 mm hook
- Size #3 or 3.5 yarn, use a 5 mm hook
- Size #4 yarn, use a 5 mm or 5.5 mm hook
- Size #5 bulky yarn, use 6 mm hook.
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Here are the materials you’ll need to complete this pattern:
Yarn: 1 skein of medium yarn for the brim.
2 skeins* of a bulky yarn, size 5, in one color, for the body of the hat.
*You only require one skein to make the hat, however, you will be using a thread of yarn on each of the two ends of the hook. It is easier to use two skeins to keep your yarn from tangling, but you can use a single skein and use both a side pull and a center pull in order to have two threads to work with.
Hook: 6 mm Tunisian Crochet hook, double-ended. You can use this same hook for the brim, as well, but you’d only use one side.
Additional materials: scissors, measuring tape & yarn needles that fit each yarn size. Pom Pom optional.
Notes: This pattern is worked in the round in order to achieve the “twisted” look. Crochet your brim and sew it closed (so it is ready-to-wear), then crochet the body of the hat. The body is crocheted in one size, and without decreases. You cinch the end to close the hat.
PDF pattern includes the pattern for the Tunisian Brim.
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Skill level: Intermediate
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