Skill Level - Beginner - working with two colors is the only tricky bit. The Turquoise Fiesta Shawl is made up of only one stitch (Tunisian Full Stitch) and the forward and reverse passes are made with different colors. 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. It is made up of a repeat of two rows so you don’t have to deal with a complex pattern. It is perfect for you if you are looking for something fun that does not require you to count stitches! This (tested) pattern contains: A photo tutorial for the first few rows Step by step written instructions for the shawl (US terms) Complete list of materials.
"With this cowl I was aiming to bring out different colors to make a pattern instead of switching yarn for every color change. This cowl is made with only two stitches and the forward pass is made with one color and the reverse pass with another - there is no switching of colors. Yay! This is a very easy pattern if you know how to work in the round. It is very quick and you can memorize the pattern so you won’t have to refer to the instructions all the time! This (tested) pattern contains: Pattern Chart Step by step written instructions to make the cowl (US terms) Complete list of materials Instructions for adjusting the size Stitch tutorials with left and right-handed video tutorials"
Are you looking for something easy to make using Tunisian crochet? The ‘A Taste of Honey Shawl’ works up beautifully even though it is one of the easiest patterns to crochet! It is made up of only one stitch - Tunisian Honeycomb Stitch and looks beautiful with solid or variegated yarn :) This pattern is a one-row repeat and you can use any yarn with an appropriate hook to make it in any length you want! I have included a video tutorial for you to follow along and make this shawl This (tested) pattern contains: Complete list of materials Step by step written instructions to make the shawl (US terms) Stitch tutorials with left and right-handed video tutorials Video tutorial to follow along and make this shawl
I love working with fingering weight yarn and the Scheepjes Whirl series has such a great selection of colors to choose from! For this pattern, I picked the Passion Fruit Melt Whirl and combined it with the Rose Whirlette. The colorwork in this pattern is achieved by switching yarn after every few rows.
I have always admired projects made with the Moss Stitch and I wanted to use it to design a shawl pattern. This shawl is entirely made up of the Moss Stitch - so, all you need to know is how to make chains and single crochet stitches!
This was my happy, mindless project that I could make without paying much attention to it. Once you figure out the pattern repeats, it is very easy to make!
Disha means ‘direction’ in Hindi.
There is a small bonus in this pattern too! :)
This pattern contains:
Complete list of materials
Charts to make the entire shawl
Video tutorials for all stitches and techniques used in this pattern.
A support video that shows you how to make the shawl with all the tricky bits explained.
I have been seeing a lot of lovely crocheted pocket shawls lately. I wanted to make one using Tunisian crochet and here it is! This shawl is made using two Tunisian crochet stitches - the Honeycomb Stitch and the Mori Lace Pattern. The border is incorporated in the shawl by using the color change method and is not added separately. This pattern contains: Complete list of materials Written Instructions Video tutorials for all stitches and techniques used in this pattern
"This Tunisian crochet Lightning Shawl is a very fun and easy pattern mostly made with the Tunisian crochet full stitch. Despite the appearance, this shawl does not have a single decrease or increase to make, at least in a classical way. Instead, the forward pass of this shawl is always a basic row made in Tunisian crochet full stitch. The thing that changes is the return pass, which is either done the classical way or by directly yarning over and pulling through two. But everything is explained in the pattern with clear pictures."