Finally! A Tunisian Chevron project! I’d been wanting to make one for so long, but hadn’t had the opportunity to make something using this stitch. There are several different types of Chevrons, from super pointy ones, to light wavy ones. I felt this one was a good in-between.

Now, let’s talk hooks. If you are making this small bag, you can use a regular hook, BUT make sure it is an even-sized hook throughout. So no ergonomic hooks, or you won’t have space to hold the stitching. To make a larger bag, you will need a Tunisian Hook. You can shop Tunisian hooks at the bottom of the post.

What you’ll need for this pattern:

Yarn: Woolike, by Loops and Threads (available at Michael’s in the U.S.).

I used three colors: Teal, Grey and Beige, and 4 skeins. I barely made a dent in the skeins, however, you will need 2 skeins of each color you want a stripe of, because we crochet with 2 skeins simultaneously to make a thicker thread.

Hook: G hook (4.25 mm) you can use either a regular or Tunisian hook.

Additional materials: 3 Buttons, scissors, & needle (any needle you can fit your yarn through will work). Tag/Label optional.

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Written by

Atenas Ruiz-Ramos

Crochet addict, bibliophile, and cooking enthusiast. If I'm not sleeping, I'm probably making something while reading (because why do one thing at a time, when you can do two?)

Drawing, painting, and coloring are some of my favorite things to do, so I own a ridiculous amount of art supplies & coloring books. I also enjoy making soap, and even owned a soap shop in Albuquerque for a few years.

Other than that, I've owned a few businesses and have moved cross-country a few times. I play the flute and piccolo, and love to study languages in my free time. I'm fluent in English, Spanish and French, and I speak a little German, Italian, Mandarin, Japanese, Russian, and Korean. I'm a writer, though you wouldn't know it by the quality of my bio, but I write fiction and fantasy stories. My first novel will be completed soon, and I have a second one in the works.

Someday, I will travel the world with the person I love. We will see and experience all the magic the world has to offer together, and it will be amazing.