15 Beautiful Tunisian Crochet Garments for Women

I have heard from a lot of people that they’d like to make a garment in Tunisian crochet but can’t find a pattern they like. Here is a round up of 15 beautiful Tunisian Crochet Garment patterns that I love! Don’t forget to check out some other patterns offered by these designers – I included my favorites in this post but there are so many other patterns that I like.

1. Intemporel by Rachel Henri

Photo credit: https://www.ravelry.com/ (by Rachel Henri)

This timeless cardigan is one of my favorite patterns and is designed by a dear friend. It is a great pattern to start with if you want to learn how to make a seamless raglan cardigan in Tunisian crochet.


2. Sedona Sweater by TL Yarn Crafts – Free Pattern

Photo credit: https://tlycblog.com/

Leftover yarn never looked so good!! This beginner friendly pattern shows how you can use yarn in your stash and build a beautiful sweater from it!


3. Parisian Tunisian Top by Sewrella – Free Pattern

Photo credit: https://www.sewrella.com/

This top is a pullover style with short ruffled sleeves that make a chic statement. It’s lightweight and easy to wear and so much fun to make!


4. Never Ending Spiral Vest by Abbeymade

Photo credit: https://www.ravelry.com/ (by Abbeymade)

This vest is made using a spiral construction method and is perfect for mid-seasons, thrown over a plain top for a bit of warmth on cooler days. You will love this one because you won’t have ends to weave in or seams to sew!


5. Uisce – Caoimh by Aiobhe Ni

Photo credit: https://shootsknitsandleaves.com/ 

This beautiful top features a demure neckline that is one of a kind. It is a part of an ebook by the designer that you will want to see for yourself 🙂


6. Beginner Tunisian Crochet Top by DMK Crochet – Free Pattern

Photo credit: https://makeanddocrew.com/ (by DMK Crochet)

This beginner Tunisian crochet top is the perfect pattern to dip your hook into the Tunisian crochet craze. It may look complicated, but this off-the-shoulder summer crochet shirt is made from two identical panels and a few basic stitches.


7. Olivia Tunisian Sweater by Hayley Joanne Robinson

Photo credit: https://www.ravelry.com/ (by Mavrick Photography | Inside Crochet magazine)

This oversized sweater looks like a classic oversized knitted garter stitch sweater but is actually made with Tunisian crochet! It is very easy to make and is great as a beginner sweater project.


8. Mercantile Easy Tunisian Crochet Cardigan by Make and Do Crew – Free Pattern

Photo credit: https://makeanddocrew.com/

This easy Tunisian crochet cardigan is a magical, reversible make that will soon become your go-to sweater!


9. Sparsh Poncho by KnitterKnotter (me) – Free Pattern

I designed this beginner friendly poncho to wear when I was pregnant with my daughter. I made it with bulky yarn so it worked up really quickly and it is made up of 3 rectangles using only 2 stitches!


10. The French Moss Top by Evelyn and Peter Crochet – Free Pattern

Photo credit: https://www.eandpcrochet.com/

This top featuring a V-neck is a great beginner Tunisian garment pattern. It is easy to follow and comes with a video tutorial too!


11. Tunisian Lace Top by Vicky Staden

Photo credit: https://www.cosycrochet.co.uk/

This lace top is perfect as a swimsuit cover or as an extra layer over a tank top. It is made in two panels that are joined together so you only need to be able to work your project flat.


12. Elisa Sleeveless Top by Kim Guzman – Free Pattern

Photo credit: https://crochetkim.com/

Unlike what is normally seen in Tunisian crochet, Elisa includes a unique lace stitch pattern. Minimal seaming makes this top quick to stitch and it is very flattering to wear.


13. Tunisian Tee Party by Maybe Katie Designs

Photo credit: https://www.ravelry.com/ (by Maybe Katie Designs)

This pattern is written in a made-to-measure style, meaning you can use any hook or yarn weight and can come to any gauge you like. This is a great project to make for your little ones and it comes in sizes 2T – 10T.


14. Invert Cardigan by Hayley Joanne Robinson

Photo credit: https://www.ravelry.com/ (by Hayley Joanne Robinson)

This cardigan features a reversible, textured stitch design and long sleeves. All of the pieces are made flat and then joined together with flat crochet slip-stitch seams. I think this cardigan is gorgeous!


15. Every Day V by Maybe Katie Designs

Photo credit: https://www.ravelry.com/ (by Maybe Katie Designs)

This modest V-neck top is simple, classic and easy to dress up or dress down. It comes with directions on how to custom fit the length to your body type or personal preferences.


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