Turquoise Fiesta Shawl

Have you ever stepped out of your comfort zone and experimented with different colors? Whenever I work with variegated yarn, black is my go to color to combine it with because black usually makes all other colors pop.

But, I wanted to try a different combination and I ended up with the Turquoise Fiesta shawl. The name comes from the two colors I used to make it 🙂

It is made up of only one stitch – the Tunisian Full Stitch – and the forward and reverse passes are made with different colors.

I love the woven look that you get from this stitch and the pattern reminds me of the moss stitch in regular crochet.

This stitch creates a reversible pattern and is beautiful on both sides. The shawl can be worn either way!

To make this shawl, I picked up two skeins of yarn and crocheted until one of them ran out 🙂 This is the perfect pattern if you are looking for something fun that does not require you to count stitches!

Please leave me a comment if you like this pattern. You can add this pattern to your Ravelry queue. You can find the free pattern on my blog here. If you would like a printable photo tutorial for this pattern (or just to support me), you can purchase a print-friendly ad-free version of this pattern from my Ravelry and Etsy shops.

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Happy crocheting!

~Arunima

2 Replies to “Turquoise Fiesta Shawl”

  1. Truly lovely idea, Arunima ! Isn’t it delightful what can be done with tunisian in terms of the two passes ?
    Your work is really even, really pleasing to the eye.
    Congratulations from an ancient Aussie.
    😀

    1. I agree! Tunisian crochet opens up a world of options in terms of stitches and what you can do with different passes. I love to experiment and it is amazing how some colors just work perfectly with each other. It is so good to hear from someone across the world. Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a message.

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