Tunisian Crochet Trellis Lace Scarf – (Free Pattern with Video!)

The Tunisian crochet Trellis Lace Scarf is a simple and beautiful scarf that is perfect for Fall and Winter.

This pattern mostly uses one stitch from start to end, which makes this scarf the right project for practicing a new stitch while enjoying a mindless crochet evening on the couch.

Tunisian Crochet Trellis Lace Scarf - Free Pattern - Raffamusa Designs

So, what’s the stitch? Remember the Tunisian crochet Trellis Stitch I shared a while ago? (Take a look at the close-up picture below. Isn’t it cute?!)

The Trellis stitch creates a sort of diagonal texture with little holes in between. So, it is not a solid, heavy stitch and at the same time, it is not too light or too full of holes.

Tunisian Crochet Trellis Lace Scarf - Close up on Texture - Raffamusa Designs

It’s Slanting – What do I do?

Since the Tunisian trellis stitch progresses in a diagonal direction, it will tend to bias your project and make it slant to the left (or right if you are left-handed).

If you notice this sort of diagonal slant going on, there are two things you can do:

  • Aggressive blocking (which I still need to do on my scarf)
  • Or go up in hook size!

So, even though I used a 7 mm hook for a light DK yarn, you might even think about using your 8 mm hook for the same yarn!

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Fall Fashion Blog Hop – 31 Free patterns

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The Tunisian crochet Trellis Lace Scarf was featured in the Fall Fashion Blog Hop hosted by Claire of E’ Claire Makery.

How does the Fall Fashion Blog Hop work?

The way this blog hop works is similar to many other blog hops you probably participated in.

Basically, every day, there is a new featured crochet pattern that will be available as a freebie for that day only! After 24h, the pattern goes back to “premium” and you’d have to pay for that pattern.

Normally, there will be 3 websites you’ll need to visit:

  1. Claire’s main blog hop page to know which pattern is featured that day and get the special coupon code to claim your free pattern on Ravelry;
  2. The designer’s blog;
  3. Ravelry where you’ll be able to get your pattern using the code from step 1!

Or get the Bundle with all 31 patterns

The way around all this blog hopping is to get the bundle that Claire put together with all 31 patterns from the blog hop.

The bundle is a pretty awesome deal as it is over 90% off the regular purchase price if you bought all the patterns individually. And you won’t have to worry about missing a day in the blog hop.
So, make sure to check the bundle HERE!

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The ad-free, printable pattern of the Trellis Lace Scarf is available in all my online shops! Grab it on Ravelry, LoveCrafts, or Etsy!

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MATERIALS

  • 7.0-mm (L/11 USA, 0 UK) Tunisian Crochet Hook
  • DK (3, Light) Weight Yarn
  • Tapestry Needle

Yarn & Yardage

I used 2 balls (648 yds, 588 m) of King Cole Riot DK, color shade Autumn (1841).

Abbreviation (Us Terms)

Ch – Chain
Sk – Skip
Sl St – Slip Stitch
Sp(s) – Space(s)
St – Stitch
TFRTunisian Foundation Row
TfsTunisian Full Stitch
TpsTunisian Purl Stitch
TssTunisian Simple Stitch
Yo – Yarn Over

special Stitches

Standard Tunisian Return
Yo, pull through 1, (yo, pull through 2) until you only have 1 loop on your hook.

Tunisian Foundation Row (TFR)
Learn how to crochet a Tunisian foundation row in this step-by-step tutorial.

Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch (Tfs)
Find the tutorial on how to crochet the Tunisian Full Stitch here.

Tunisian Crochet Purl Stitch (Tps)
Find a detailed guide on how to crochet the Tunisian Purl Stitch here.

Tunisian Crochet Simple Stitch (Tss)
The step-by-step tutorial on how to crochet the Tunisian Simple Stitch is here.

Size

9.5″ (24 cm) by 79″ (200 cm)

Gauge

15 Sts for 13 rows worked according to the pattern in 4″ (10 cm).

Pattern Notes

  • (…) – Repeat the instructions within brackets for the indicated number of times.
  • […] – Crochet the instructions within brackets all in the same indicated st.
  • *… – Repeat the instructions from * for the indicated number of times.
  • The first stitch is included in the stitch count.
  • The last stitch is worked under both loops of the final ch from the previous row.

Tunisian Crochet Trellis Lace Scarf – Free Pattern

The st used for this scarf is the Tunisian crochet Trellis Lace Stitch, and it is shown step-by-step here. A video tutorial is also available on my YouTube channel HERE.

Make a TFR with 44 sts.

Row 1. Tps across. (44 sts)
Return. Standard Tunisian Return.

Row 2

Tss 1 (the first loop on your hook counts as your first Tss), (Tss 3, pull the first st of the 3 you just made over next two loops and off the hook) 14 times, work last st under both vertical bars.
(30 loops on your hook)

Return. Yo, pull through 1, *(yo, pull through 2) twice, ch 1. Repeat from * 14 times, yo, pull through 2.
(44 sts)

Row 3

Tss 1 (the first loop on your hook counts as your first Tss), Tfs 1 in next ch-1 sp, (Tss 2, Tfs 1 in next ch-1 sp, pull the first Tss of the 2 you just made over next two loops off the hook) 13 times, Tss 2, work last st under both vertical bars.
(31 loops on your hook)

Return. Yo, pull through 1, (yo, pull through 2) 4 times. *Ch 1, (yo, pull through 2) twice. Repeat from * 13 times.
(44 sts)

Row 4

Tss 2 (the first loop on your hook counts as your first Tss), Tfs 1 in next ch-1 sp, (Tss 2, Tfs 1 in next ch-1 sp, pull the first Tss of the 2 you just made over next two loops off the hook) 12 times, Tss 3, pull the first Tss of the 3 you just made over next two loops off your hook, Tss 1, work last st under both vertical bars.
(31 loops on your hook)

Return. Yo, pull through 1, (yo, pull through 2) 3 times. *Ch 1, (yo, pull through 2) twice. Repeat from * 13 times, yo, pull through 2.
(44 sts)

Row 5

Tss 3 (the first loop on your hook counts as your first Tss), Tfs 1 in next ch-1 sp, pull the second st over next two loops and off the hook, (Tss 2, Tfs 1 in next ch-1 sp, pull the first Tss of the 2 you just made over next two loops off the hook) 12 times. Tss 3, pull the first Tss of the 3 you just made over next two loops off your hook, work last st under both vertical bars.
(30 loops on your hook)

Return. Yo, pull through 1, *(yo, pull through 2) twice, ch 1. Repeat from * 14 times, yo, pull through 2.
(44 sts)

Row 6-201. Repeat Rows 3-5 other 65 times. Then, repeat Row 3 once more.

Row 202. Tss 2 (the first loop on your hook counts as your first Tss), Tfs 1, (Tss 2, Tfs 1) 12 times, Tss 4, work last st. (44 sts)

Return. Standard Tunisian return.

Note
If you’re not at a repeat of Row 3, you can easily modify this row by making a Tss over each Tss from the previous row, and 1 Tfs in each ch-1 sp.

Row 203. Tps across. (44 sts)
Return. Standard Tunisian Return.

Bind off by sl st in each st as for a Tss.

Tip
For a neater bind-off, go down a couple of hook sizes!

Weave in all your ends.

Your Tunisian crochet Trellis Lace Scarf is ready!

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