I’m so excited to share my very first Tunisian crochet pattern with you!
I’m participating in Noor’s Knits’ Easy TC Blog Hop running from Feb. 7th to the 25th! A new pattern will be released EVERY day from Monday to Friday as a FREE download available for 24 hours only! The patterns featured are perfect projects to try your hand at Tunisian crochet. The best part is that all of the projects being released in the blog hop can be made with a regular crochet hook!
Today’s featured pattern is my Scrappy Tunisian Bow pattern. You can download this pattern for free until Feb. 8th on Ravelry using the code that can be found on the main blog post here.
I LOVED this idea when Noorain approached me with it. She is who introduced me to this style of crochet when she took a risk on me and let me test out her Tunisian Tinsel Romper pattern with no experience in Tunisian crochet! It was so fun to learn and PS – the romper is ADORABLE! Tunisian crochet is such a great new world of crochet to explore and I am so excited to be a part of a blog hop to encourage crocheters to give it a try!
I decided that a bow would be a perfect beginner friendly pattern to introduce crocheters to Tunisian crochet. It works up quickly and is a simple shape to create so you can really get the hang of the technique. It only takes a small amount of yarn to make these bows so on top of not needing special hooks you also don’t even need to buy yarn because this pattern is perfect for using up those yarn scraps! I used the Tunisian full stitch which is a simple stitch but gives you a great texture.
The pattern has two sizes. A larger bow perfect for wearing alone and a smaller version that is great alone or as a set for pigtails!
Be sure to check out Noorain’s blog Noor’s Knits to see the newest featured pattern for this month’s blog hop and don’t forget to use #EasyTC and tag @noorsknits to share your projects on Instagram for a chance to win some great prizes!