Prerna Scarf – Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern

Prerna means β€˜inspiration’ in Hindi.

This free scarf pattern is part of a collaboration with Lion Brand Yarn and Clover USA. This post contains affiliate links.

Trying new stitch combinations in Tunisian crochet is so much fun! I have been experimenting a lot and I made this scarf with some of my favorite stitch combinations so far. If you like a little bit of a challenge, this will be perfect for you! I hope you will enjoy making it!

This pattern is also my second pattern collaboration with Clover USA! If you are wondering what the first one was – here it is πŸ™‚

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The Yarn and the Hook

I made this scarf with three colors of the Lion Brand Heartland yarn. I think that all three colors complement each other perfectly. The stitch definition of this yarn is really good and I love all the color options available.

I made this shawl with a 8.00 mm Clover Takumi Interchangeable hook. If you haven’t tried them already, I highly recommend these hooks. They are wonderful to work with. You can find my full review of these hooks on my blog here.

The Stitches

There are a handful of basic stitches in Tunisian crochet that you can combine to make some very pretty patterns. This scarf is made up of 8 different stitches / stitch combinations. Read further to find all the stitches used to make this scarf.

My Testers

I am so grateful to my testers for testing this pattern for me. I love how all of their scarves turned out! Head over to Ravelry to see all their scarves!

  1. Anna @annadcrochets
  2. Janean @crapojanean
  3. Marion @marion.fetters

This is Janean’s version of the Prerna scarf. Isn’t it beautiful? Her husband does a wonderful job of modeling it πŸ™‚

Pattern

The Prerna scarf is made up of 8 sections that can be put together in any order to build a scarf. You could skip a section or two or make the same one twice if you’d like! Each section is made up of one or more Tunisian stitches ranging from beginner to intermediate. I’ve mentioned the stitches used in each section at the top so you know exactly what you should expect before you start working on the section. This scarf is my way of introducing stitch combinations that I found interesting but also give makers the choice to skip something they don’t like. I hope you will enjoy making this scarf as much as I did!

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What you will need (with clickable affiliate links)

Experience level

Intermediate

Gauge

10 rows of 10 Tunisian Knit stitches is a 3 inch (7.5 cms) square.

Dimensions

Width: 12” (30 cms) 
Length: The longest edge is 90” (230 cms) long

Abbreviations

You can find my stitch guide with all the abbreviations here.

  1. ch – chain
  2. fptdc – Front Post Tunisian Double Crochet– Insert hook in the front post of the indicated double crochet stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook. If this is the first row of post stitches, then insert hook into the vertical bar of the indicated stitch.
  3. fs – First Stitch β€“ Skip the first vertical bar of the previous row (the one right under the one on the hook). The loop on the hook will count as the first stitch for every row. 
  4. ls – Last Stitch β€“ Pick up the two vertical bars of the last stitch of the previous row, yarn over, pull up a loop through both the vertical bars.
  5. tdc – Tunisian Double Crochet Stitch β€“ Yarn over, insert hook into the next vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook, yarn over, pull through two loops on the hook.
  6. tfs β€“ Tunisian Full Stitch– Insert hook into the next space between two stitches, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  7. tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the space between the two vertical bars of the next stitch, pull up a loop on the hook.
  8. tps – Tunisian Purl Stitch β€“ Bring yarn forward, insert hook into the vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  9. trs β€“ Tunisian Reverse Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the back vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop through the vertical bar.
  10. trs-dec – Tunisian Reverse Stitch Decrease – Insert hook in the back vertical bars of the next two stitches, yarn over, pull up a loop through both the vertical bars.
  11. tss – Tunisian Simple Stitch– Insert hook in the vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop through the vertical bar.
  12. tss-dec – Tunisian Simple Stitch Decrease – Insert hook into the vertical bars of the next two stitches , yarn over, pull up a loop through both the vertical bars.
  13. yo – yarn over

Special Stitches

peak – tfs, tks, tfs

At the middle of each row, there is a 2 stitch increase. This is achieved by making a tfs stitch on either side of the tks stitch that is right in the middle of each row. 

Colors

C1 – Glacier Bay
C2 – Katmai
C3 – Isle Royale

Resources

Video (Left and Right handed) tutorials of stitches and techniques used in this pattern:

  1. How to make a Tunisian Front Post Double Crochet Stitch
  2. How to make a Tunisian Full Stitch
  3. How to make a Tunisian Knit Stitch
  4. How to make a Tunisian Purl Stitch
  5. How to make a Tunisian Reverse Stitch
  6. How to make a Tunisian Simple Stitch
  7. How to make a Tunisian Decrease
  8. How to make a Tunisian Double Crochet
  9. How to make a Foundation Row
  10. How to bind off and end a project
  11. How to block a crochet project

I have a playlist that includes all the tutorials that will be helpful in making this scarf:
Click here to find the playlist on YouTube..

Pattern Notes

  1. This pattern is written in US terms.
  2. This pattern consists of 8 sections and you can mix and match those sections in any order to make your scarf. Pictures for each section are included at the end of the document for your reference. 
  3. Use a stitch marker to mark the center stitch and keep moving it up as you go. 
  4. The center stitch is bold and underlined in each row to make it easy to read the pattern.
  5. The color for each row is mentioned in brackets at the beginning of the row.
  6. The return pass is the same for all rows: 
    ch 1, (yo, pull through 2 loops on hook) across until one loop remains on hook.
  7. TIP: Don’t stop counting! I have had to frog multiple rows just because I lost focus and stopped counting!
  8. The number of loops on the hook at the end of the Forward Pass for every row will be the same. Since we start with a 69 chain, the number of loops on the hook should be 69.
  9. Even though all the sections in this scarf are made with the same number of stitches, some sections are wider than others. I recommend going down a hook size for those sections if you would like your scarf to have uniform width.

How to build this scarf

Pick a section to start your scarf with and then keep adding more sections until you reach the desired length of the scarf. Since the pattern includes instructions for each section separately, use the following to figure out when to make your foundation row and when to bind off:

  • If this is NOT the first section in the scarf: Skip the foundation row if you are not starting your scarf with this section. The last row of the previous section will work as the foundation row of this section.
  • If this is the NOT the last section in the scarf: Do not make the bind off row. Make the last row as a regular row with the same color as the foundation row of the next section. This will then also count as the foundation row for the next section.

Instructions

Section 1

Section Notes:

  • Stitches used in this section:
  1. tfs β€“ Tunisian Full Stitch– Insert hook into the next space between two stitches, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  2. tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the space between the two vertical bars of the next stitch, pull up a loop on the hook.
  3. trs β€“ Tunisian Reverse Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the back vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop through the vertical bar.
  • Length of this section: 10”

Instructions:

Row NumberInstructions
[C1] Foundation RowChain 69. Make the foundation row stitches in the back loops of the chain. 
Skip this row if this is not the first section in your project.
[C1] Rows 1 and 2fs, trs-dec, 31 trs, peak, 31 trs, trs-dec, ls
[C1] Row 3fs, tss-dec, 31 tks, peak, 31 tks, tss-dec, ls
[C1] Row 4Repeat Row 1
[C1] Row 5Repeat Row 3
[C1] Row 6Repeat Row 1
[C2] Rows 7 – 9Repeat Row 1
[C2] Row 10Repeat Row 3
[C2] Row 11Repeat Row 1
[C2] Row 12Repeat Row 3
[C2] Row 13Repeat Row 1
[C3] Rows 14 – 16Repeat Row 1
[C3] Row 17Repeat Row 3
[C3] Row 18Repeat Row 1
[C3] Row 19Repeat Row 3
[C3] Row 20Repeat Row 1
[C3] Row 21Repeat Row 1 (Bind off). This row is the same as other rows except that you will make a slip stitch every time you pick up a loop on your hook. There will be no reverse pass for this row. 
If you will be continuing to another section, use the beginning color of the next section to work this current row.

Section 2

Section Notes:

  • Stitches used in this section:
  1. tfs β€“ Tunisian Full Stitch– Insert hook into the next space between two stitches, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  2. tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the space between the two vertical bars of the next stitch, pull up a loop on the hook.
  • Length: 14”

Instructions:

Row NumberInstructions
[C2] Foundation RowChain 69. Make the foundation row stitches in the back loops of the chain. 
Skip this row if this is not the first section in your project.
[C2] Rows 1 – 31fs, tss-dec, 31 tks, peak, 31 tks, tss-dec, ls
[C2] Row 32Repeat Row 1 (Bind off).  This row is the same as other rows except that you will make a slip stitch every time you pick up a loop on your hook. There will be no reverse pass for this row. 
If you will be continuing to another section, use the beginning color of the next section to work this current row.

Section 3

Section Notes:

  • Stitches used in this section:
  1. tfs β€“ Tunisian Full Stitch– Insert hook into the next space between two stitches, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  2. tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the space between the two vertical bars of the next stitch, pull up a loop on the hook.
  3. tps – Tunisian Purl Stitch β€“ Bring yarn forward, insert hook into the vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  • Length: 7”

Instructions:

Row NumberInstructions
[C1] Foundation RowChain 69. Make the foundation row stitches in the back loops of the chain. 
Skip this row if this is not the first section in your project.
[C1] Row 1fs, tss-dec, *3 tks, 3 tps; repeat from * 4 times, tks, peak, tks, **3 tps, 3 tks; repeat from ** 4 times, tss-dec, ls
[C2] Row 2fs, tss-dec, 2 tks, *3 tps, 3 tks; repeat from * 3 times, 3 tps, 2 tks, peak, 2 tks, 3 tps, **3 tks, 3 tps; repeat from ** 3 times, 2 tks, tss-dec, ls
[C2] Row 3fs, tss-dec, tks, *3 tps, 3 tks; repeat from *4 times, peak, **3 tks, 3 tps; repeat from ** 4 times, tks, tss-dec, ls
[C3] Row 4fs, tss-dec, *3 tps, 3 tks; repeat from * 4 times, tps, peak, tps, **3 tks, 3 tps; repeat from ** 4 times, tss-dec, ls
[C3] Row 5fs, tss-dec, 2 tps, *3 tks, 3 tps; repeat from * 3 times, 3 tks, 2 tps, peak, 2 tps, 3 tks, **3 tps, 3 tks; repeat from * 3 times, 2 tps, tss-dec, ls
[C2] Row 6fs, tss-dec, tps, *3 tks, 3 tps; repeat from *4 times, peak, **3 tps, 3 tks; repeat from ** 4 times, tps, tss-dec, ls
[C2] Row 7 Repeat Row 1
[C3] Row 8Repeat Row 2
[C3] Row 9Repeat Row 3
[C2] Row 10Repeat Row 4
[C2] Row 11Repeat Row 5
[C1] Row 12Repeat Row 6
[C1] Row 13Repeat Row 1
[C2] Row 14Repeat Row 2
[C2] Row 15 Repeat Row 3
[C2] Row 16Repeat Row 4 (Bind off).  This row is the same as other rows except that you will make a slip stitch every time you pick up a loop on your hook. There will be no reverse pass for this row. 
If you will be continuing to another section, use the beginning color of the next section to work this current row.

Section 4

Section Notes:

  • Stitches used in this section:
  1. tfs β€“ Tunisian Full Stitch– Insert hook into the next space between two stitches, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  2. tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the space between the two vertical bars of the next stitch, pull up a loop on the hook.
  3. tss – Tunisian Simple Stitch– Insert hook in the vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop through the vertical bar.
  • Length: 17”

Instructions:

Row NumberInstructions
[C3] Foundation RowChain 69. Make the foundation row stitches in the back loops of the chain. 
Skip this row if this is not the first section in your project.
[C3] Rows 1 – 3fs, tss-dec, 31 tks, peak, 31 tks, tss-dec, ls
[C3] Row 4fs, tss-dec, *tss-dec, yo; repeat from * 14 times, tks, peak, tks, **yo, tss-dec; repeat from ** 14 times, tss-dec, ls
[C3] Row 5fs, tss-dec, *tfs, tks; repeat from * 14 times, tks, peak, tks, **tks, tfs; repeat from ** 14 times, tss-dec, ls
[C3] Row 6Repeat Row 1
[C3] Rows 7 – 36Repeat Rows 4, 5, and 6
[C3] Row 37Repeat Row 1 (Bind off).  This row is the same as other rows except that you will make a slip stitch every time you pick up a loop on your hook. There will be no reverse pass for this row. 
If you will be continuing to another section, use the beginning color of the next section to work this current row.

Section 5

Section Notes:

  • Stitches used in this section:
  1. tfs β€“ Tunisian Full Stitch– Insert hook into the next space between two stitches, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  2. tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the space between the two vertical bars of the next stitch, pull up a loop on the hook.
  3. tps – Tunisian Purl Stitch β€“ Bring yarn forward, insert hook into the vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  4. trs β€“ Tunisian Reverse Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the back vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop through the vertical bar.
  5. tss – Tunisian Simple Stitch– Insert hook in the vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop through the vertical bar.
  • Length: 6”

Instructions:

Row NumberInstructions
[C2] Foundation RowChain 69. Make the foundation row stitches in the back loops of the chain. 
Skip this row if this is not the first section in your project.
[C2] Row 1fs, trs-dec, 31 trs, peak, 31 trs, trs-dec, ls
[C2] Row 2fs, tss-dec, *tss, tps; repeat from * 14 times, tss, peak, tss, **tps, tss; repeat from ** 14 times, tss-dec, ls
[C2] Rows 3 and 4Repeat Row 2
[C2] Row 5Repeat Row 1
[C2] Rows 6 – 8Repeat Row 2
[C2] Row 9Repeat Row 1
[C2] Rows 10 – 12Repeat Row 2
[C2] Row 13Repeat Row 1 (Bind off).  This row is the same as other rows except that you will make a slip stitch every time you pick up a loop on your hook. There will be no reverse pass for this row. 
If you will be continuing to another section, use the beginning color of the next section to work this current row.

Section 6

Section Notes:

  • Stitches used in this section:
  1. tfs β€“ Tunisian Full Stitch– Insert hook into the next space between two stitches, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  2. tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the space between the two vertical bars of the next stitch, pull up a loop on the hook.
  3. trs β€“ Tunisian Reverse Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the back vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop through the vertical bar.
  • Length: 15”

Instructions:

Row NumberInstructions
[C3] Foundation RowChain 69. Make the foundation row stitches in the back loops of the chain. 
Skip this row if this is not the first section in your project.
[C3] Rows 1 and 2fs, tss-dec, 31 tks, peak, 31 tks, tss-dec, ls
[C2] Row 3fs, tss-dec, 31 tfs, peak, 31 tfs, tss-dec, ls
[C3] Row 4Repeat Row 1
[C2] Row 5Repeat Row 3
[C3] Rows 6 and 7Repeat Row 1
[C2] Row 8Repeat Row 1
[C2] Row 9fs, trs-dec, 31 trs, peak, 31 trs, trs-dec, ls
[C2] Rows 10 and 11Repeat Row 1
[C3] Row 12 Repeat Row 3
[C2] Row 13Repeat Row 1
[C3] Row 14 Repeat Row 3
[C2] Rows 15 – 17Repeat Row 1
[C1] Row 18Repeat Row 9
[C1] Rows 19 and 20Repeat Row 1
[C2] Row 21Repeat Row 3
[C1] Row 22Repeat Row 1
[C2] Row 23Repeat Row 3
[C1] Rows 24 and 25Repeat Row 1
[C2] Row 26Repeat Row 1
[C2] Row 27Repeat Row 9
[C2] Rows 28 and 29Repeat Row 1
[C1] Row 30Repeat Row 3
[C2] Row 31Repeat Row 1
[C1] Row 32Repeat Row 3
[C2] Rows 33 – 35Repeat Row 1
[C2] Row 36Repeat Row 9 (Bind off).  This row is the same as other rows except that you will make a slip stitch every time you pick up a loop on your hook. There will be no reverse pass for this row. 
If you will be continuing to another section, use the beginning color of the next section to work this current row.

Section 7

Section Notes:

  • Stitches used in this section:
  1. fptdc – Front Post Tunisian Double Crochet– Insert hook in the front post of the indicated double crochet stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook. If this is the first row of post stitches, then insert hook into the vertical bar of the indicated stitch.
  2. tdc – Tunisian Double Crochet Stitch β€“ Yarn over, insert hook into the next vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook, yarn over, pull through two loops on the hook.
  3. tfs β€“ Tunisian Full Stitch– Insert hook into the next space between two stitches, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  4. tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the space between the two vertical bars of the next stitch, pull up a loop on the hook.
  5. tss – Tunisian Simple Stitch– Insert hook in the vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop through the vertical bar.
  • Length: 15”
  • This section is slightly wider than Sections 1 to 6. If you’d like to keep the width similar throughout the scarf, go down a hook size.

Instructions:

Row NumberInstructions
[C1] Foundation RowChain 69. Make the foundation row stitches in the back loops of the chain. 
Skip this row if this is not the first section in your project.
[C1] Row 1fs, tss-dec, tdc, tss, *tss, tdc, tss; repeat from * 8 times, tss, tss, peak, tss, tss, **tss, tdc, tss; repeat from ** 8 times, tss, tdc, tss-dec, ls
[C1] Row 2fs, tss-dec, tss, *tss, fptdc, tss; repeat from * 8 times, tss, tdc, tss, peak, tss, tdc, tss, **tss, fptdc, tss; repeat from ** 8 times, tss, tss-dec, ls
[C1] Row 3fs, tss-dec, *tss, fptdc, tss; repeat from * 9 times, tss, peak, tss, **tss,  fptdc, tss; repeat from ** 9 times, tss-dec, ls
[C1] Row 4fs, tss-dec, fptdc, tss, *tss, fptdc, tss; repeat from * 8 times, tss, tss, peak, tss, tss, **tss, fptdc, tss; repeat from ** 8 times, tss, fptdc, tss-dec, ls
[C1] Rows 5 – 25Repeat Rows 2, 3 and 4
[C1] Rows 26 and 27Repeat Rows 2 and 3
[C1] Row 28fs, tss-dec, 31 tss, peak, 31 tss, tss-dec, ls (Bind off).  This row is the same as other rows except that you will make a slip stitch every time you pick up a loop on your hook. There will be no reverse pass for this row. 
If you will be continuing to another section, use the beginning color of the next section to work this current row.

Section 8

Section Notes:

  • Stitches used in this section: tks, tfs, tss, trs.
  1. tfs β€“ Tunisian Full Stitch– Insert hook into the next space between two stitches, yarn over, pull up a loop on the hook.
  2. tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the space between the two vertical bars of the next stitch, pull up a loop on the hook.
  3. trs β€“ Tunisian Reverse Stitch β€“ Insert hook in the back vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop through the vertical bar.
  4. tss – Tunisian Simple Stitch– Insert hook in the vertical bar, yarn over, pull up a loop through the vertical bar.
  • Length: 5”
  • This section is slightly wider than Sections 1 to 6. If you’d like to keep the width similar throughout the scarf, go down a hook size.

Instructions:

ColorRow NumberInstructions
[C2][C2] Foundation RowChain 69. Make the foundation row stitches in the back loops of the chain. 
Skip this row if this is not the first section in your project.
[C2][C2] Row 1 fs, tss-dec, 31 tks, peak, 31 tks, tss-dec, ls
[C1][C1] Row 2Repeat Row 1
[C2][C2] Row 3fs, tss-dec, 31 tfs, peak, 31 tfs, tss-dec, ls
[C3][C3] Row 4fs, trs-dec, 31 trs, peak, 31 trs, trs-dec, ls
[C2][C2] Row 5 Repeat Row 3
[C1][C1] Row 6Repeat Row 4
[C2][C2] Row 7Repeat Row 3
[C3][C3] Row 8Repeat Row 4
[C2][C2] Row 9Repeat Row 3
[C1][C1] Row 10Repeat Row 4
[C2][C2] Row 11Repeat Row 3
[C3][C3] Row 12Repeat Row 4
[C2][C2] Row 13Repeat Row 3
[C2][C2] Row 14Repeat Row 4 (Bind off).  This row is the same as other rows except that you will make a slip stitch every time you pick up a loop on your hook. There will be no reverse pass for this row. 
If you will be continuing to another section, use the beginning color of the next section to work this current row.



Blocking

Depending on your yarn, you can choose to steam or wet block your scarf. Click here to learn more about how to do this.

Pattern

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5 thoughts on “Prerna Scarf – Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern”

  1. My dear and much-admired Arunima; you are simply amazing ! πŸ™‚
    Your creative streak has got wider and wider, and I suspect that now it can’t be called a ‘streak’ any more: it has filled your entire body !!!
    To offer a pattern – let alone that yours are almost all free ! – that enables the maker to pick and choose .. I reckon that’s REALLY clever !
    Is that your sister doing the modelling ?

    Reply
    • Hello! It is always so good to hear from you. Thank you for your kind words. I really enjoy crocheting and I guess that’s the reason I have been able to come up with all my designs. It makes me happy to know that you enjoy them. I try to offer my patterns for free (monetized through ads) so that they can reach a wide audience. There’s always an ad-free PDF available for purchase too πŸ™‚

      The model is a dear friend who has modeled a bunch of my patterns for me πŸ™‚

      I hope all is well with you, I’d love to know what you are up to. What are you making these days?

      Reply
    • Hello Barbara,

      Thank you, I am glad you like this pattern. ‘peak’ refers to a special stitch combination – it is the set of increases that create the peaks in the pattern. If you search for Special stitches, you’ll be able to find the instructions for it. Please let me know if you have any further questions, I will be happy to help.

      Arunima

      Reply

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