Two pictures of a Tunisian scarf and a ball of yarn.

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Tunisian crochet is a great technique for making scarves and shawls, and is also a great next step for beginners to move beyond single and double crochets. This method makes a rich, tactile texture that’s also ver pleasing to the eye. See amazing Tunisian Scarf Free Crochet Patterns below.

Starlight Tunisian Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

The Starlight Tunisian scarf is a wonderful project combining the Tunisian stitch with a gradient-colored yarn. Although easy to make, this accessory is a masterpiece and will be  one of your favorite shoulder wraps on a cool evening. The flame-themed yarn will also make it great for a fireside chat. All in all, this is a wonderful pattern and a great follow on for your beginning project.

SkillsEasy             Designer: Elisa Purnell

Starlight Tunisian Scarf
The full article about this pattern is here:

Starlight Tunisian Scarf

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Ruffled Waters Shawl  Free Crochet Pattern

The Ruffled Waters Shawl is a beginner-friendly Tunisian crochet shawl made up of alternating bands of the Mori Lace Pattern and the Tunisian Knit Stitch, and then ends with a ruffle. This shawl is perfect if you are looking for something that can be made using a single whirl!
SkillsEasy        Designer: Jeanne Steinhilber

Ruffled Waters Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

Ruffled Waters Shawl

Hug You Shawl

The Hug-You shawl is a dense, luxuriant wrap that is cozy and comfortable to wear. Better still, it’s density gives a lovely drape, so the loose fitting end hangs beautifully off your shoulder. Lastly, it’s also a beautiful demonstration piece for showing off color gradients, and leaves you tons of room to play with hue and ombre selections.

Designer: Johanna Lindahl

The full article about this pattern is here:

Hug You Shawl

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