Winding Cables Scarf

Winding Cables Scarf is a great project for those who would like to dip their toes in the world of Tunisian crochet cables. The repetitive pattern allows for sufficient practise of the technique creating a beautiful texture reminiscent of narrow countryside pathways. The worsted weight yarn recommended for this project offers sufficient warmth for this…

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Misty Sunrise Shawl

Misty Sunrise Shawl is reminiscent of cool autumn foggy city mornings when sunshine works its way through thick layers of mist resulting in a milky white and yellow mixture on the background of urban scenery. The two colours in the shawl are combined using stitches and sequences to highlight each colour and their combination to…

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Ebun Cowl

Ebun Cowl is a loosely fitted Tunisian crochet cowl that has both elements of texture and stranded colourwork. This piece is a great statement accessory to complement autumn and winter wardrobe.   You can purchase the add free PDF version of the pattern at LoveCrafts here. Skills required: Chain (ch), Tunisian crochet technique (alternating forward…

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Ahavah Baby Blanket

The Ahavah Baby Blanket is a beginner friendly Tunisian crochet blanket that comes in one size (fitted for a newborn and a Moses basket or a stroller), however it can be easily adjusted to various size as per instructions in the Notes section. It can be worked up easily in a few evenings when in…

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Sky Walk Tunisian Chevron Shawl

The shawl is a great accessory for chilly mornings and late evenings when you only need a little something over your shoulders. In the spirit of the theme of the colour of the year, this colour combination is reminiscent of the many shades of blue of late evening and night sky.  This pattern was featured…

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Textured Bobble Throw

This throw is the ideal accessory to snuggle up under with a cup of tea and a book. It is a wonderful project to add that extra cosy factor to a new home.   The pattern was published in Happily Hooked Magazine in June 2020, issue Housewarming. You can purchase the add free PDF version…

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Broken Bricks Cowl

Broken Bricks Cowl is loosely fitted Tunisian crochet cowl that is ideal for chilly autumn and winter days. It is the perfect stash buster project that can be made in a few evenings.  This makes an ideal project if you need to make a quick gift for loved ones.    You can purchase the add…

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Helen Shawl

The Helen Shawl is a great accessory for transitioning weather, light enough to throw on during autumn /spring mornings for that extra layer to keep the cold away. The shawl is made in Tunisian crochet with four different stitch patterns and various techniques, including the very popular Honeycomb stitch and two types of lace. This…

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Weave Me In Cowl

Weave Me In Cowl is the perfect project for lazy weekend days, easy enough to crochet while watching your favourite show with a bit of challenge due to working front and back post stitches. You can whip it up in a few evenings, which makes it a fantastic last-minute gift for friends and family. The…

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Puffs and Crosses Lace Shawl

Puffs and Crosses Lace Shawl is the ideal accessory for chilly spring mornings or nights out with friends. It is a beautiful and delicate design that can spice up any outfit. The pattern was published in Happily Hooked Magazine in May 2020, issue Light and Lacy. You can purchase the add free PDF version of…

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Mustard and Co Tunisian Crochet Blanket

This project combines popular Tunisian crochet stitches, Tunisian purl and knit stitch, in a slightly unusual combination as they are crocheted diagonally from corner to corner rather than in the most common way in straight rows. Together, they create a striking texture while giving the final project a very warm and cosy feel. The blanket…

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Honey Peaks Throw

Honey Peaks Throw is the perfect blanket for those cold winter days, when all you need is a cup of tea with some honey, book or a crochet project and a great view of snowy mountains out of your window. This throw is worked up quick thanks to the bulky yarn while it is far…

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Victoria Shawl

Victoria Shawl is a great project for any Tunisian crochet newbies who would like to learn a variety of Tunisian crochet stitches and techniques or more experienced crocheters who look for a project with repetitive stitch pattern. The shawl can be made in striking bold colours to brighten up your wardrobe or more toned-down neutral…

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Moon and Stars Tunisian Crochet Blanket

This was my first large Tunisian crochet project. I got inspired by the amazing work of other crocheters on Facebook and Pinterest, got a very ambitious idea, ordered yarn and slowly started crocheting. I absolutely loved the process of designing the individual elements, planning how to deal with the dreaded curl that is typical for…

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Tunisian Crossed Basketweave Cowl

Once you start making cowls, there are never enough of them! This cowl came into being due to me being in the cowl making mood, having some left over yarn from my Watermelon Cowl and learning some beautiful Tunisian crochet stitches. And voila! This is my latest crochet baby! Tunisian Crossed Basketweave Cowl is warm…

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Dreamy Lucia Shawl

This shawl reminds me late autumn and winter time back home in Slovakia, when temperatures plummet, early mornings and evenings are dark due to the short daylight hours, and all you want is to wrap yourself in something soft, warm and cozy (in the best case scenario, you just want to stay at home, drink…

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Watermelon Cowl

As the nights are getting longer and temperatures are plummeting, I am inevitably coming to terms with the fact that summer is gone once again. With a bit of nostalgia I am reminiscing on those long warm days spent out and about with my two little ones, we had so much fun! We played in…

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Every journey starts with the first step

Welcome to my blog about all things crochet! I am glad you made it, and I am equally glad I made it too. I have been thinking about starting a crochet blog for the longest while. Well at least for a few years. Somehow I always managed to talk myself out of it for various…

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