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.
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!
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.
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.
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This easy Tunisian crochet cardigan is a magical, reversible make that will soon become your go-to sweater!
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!
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!
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.
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!
Other patterns you might be interested in
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