Find your next Tunisian crochet project among these beautiful and free Tunisian crochet shawl patterns!
In this post, I listed my favorite Tunisian crochet shawl patterns starting from the most beginner-friendly up to more intricate and challenging ones. So, whether you’re just getting started with Tunisian crochet, or you already have tons of experience, you’ll be able to find something that is just right for you.
Tunisian crochet is a very versatile technique. With simple stitch combinations, it allows you to create anything from solid and heavy fabrics to airy and lightweight drapes.
This means that you can sport your Tunisian crochet shawls and scarves not only in the cold season. Instead, you can find the right shawl for any season, including spring and summer!
Tunisian Crochet Shawl – Free Patterns Roundup
1. Tunisian Fade Shawl by With Alex
This Tunisian Fade Shawl only uses the Tunisian knit stitch and is worked in one simple rectangle. The easy stitch and construction make this shawl perfect for beginners who are looking into a knitted-looking texture.
2. Stauffer Shawl by Kt and the Squid
3. Tasha Shawl by Divine Debris
4. Lightning Shawl by Raffamusa Designs
Even though the shape of my Lightning Shawl looks complicated, it is actually super easy to make. All you need to do is crochet the same Tunisian full stitch forward pass over and over again. The only thing that changes is the first stitch of the return pass! Find out how to make this easy shawl here.
5. Tunisian Crochet Shawl by Joy of Motion Crochet
This Tunisian crochet shawl by Joy of Motion Crochet is a great and easy shawl to crochet with some of that precious hand-dyed yarn that you might have been saving for ages! It mainly uses Tunisian double crochet combined with a little lace work. However, the same row pattern repeats throughout the shawl, so it is easy to memorize!
6. Party Punch Shawl by Tlyc Blog
With its rows of mesh stitches, the Party Punch Shawl by TLYC Blog has the perfect drape! So, if you’re looking for a lightweight and airy shawl, then you should jump into this shawl pattern immediately!
7. Porphyry Shawl by Yarn Andy
If you are looking for a little bit of a challenge but you are not ready for very difficult lace patterns, then the Porphyry Shawl by Yarn Andy is the right project for you. The pattern comes with a video tutorial, and also has a chart in the PDF paid version!
8. The Natalie Scarf by Nine Inspired
This lovely lace triangle scarf is designed to bring your Tunisian crochet skills to the next level. For this Natalie Scarf by Nine Inspired, you’ll need to use the Tunisian simple stitch and the twisted simple stitch, and yarn overs.
9. Ruffled Waters Shawl by Knitter Knotter
The Ruffled Waters Shawl by Knitter Knotter alternates sections of Tunisian crochet lace stitches with the Tunisian knit stitch. The beauty of the stitch combinations is highlighted by a simple and elegant ruffle border. Grab your favorite yarn cake and learn how to crochet this shawl!
10. Sienna Harvest Berry Shawl by Exquisite Crochet Uk
The Sienna Harvest Berry Shawl by Exquisite Crochet Uk uses a variety of basic and more advanced stitches to create a beautiful lace shawl. You’ll definitely need to focus on the pattern and the stitches, but it will definitely be worth the effort!
11. Mariposa Lace Shawl by Crochet Kim
Mariposa is the Spanish word for butterfly and you can very well see why this stunning Lace Shawl by Crochet Kim was named this way. If you feel ready for all the challenges of Tunisian crochet and lace yarn, this pattern is waiting for you!
I HOPE that YOU ENJOYED THIS COLLECTION OF Tunisian CROCHET shawl PATTERNS!
Don’t forget to let me know in the comments which one you’re going to crochet!
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