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Free Crochet Pattern – Tunisian Crochet Cowl (Ribbed)

Tunisian Crochet CowlFree Crochet Pattern – Tunisian Crochet Cowl (Ribbed)

Every now and then you have to create a piece in a crochet stitch you’ve never used before. Why? Because it keeps your crochet skills sharp and you grow through the process. When I set out to learn Tunisian Crochet it was for just that reason. I wanted to learn something new and expand my skill set. This pattern was developed with the idea that repetition is the best way to learn a new crochet skill.

This Tunisian Crochet Cowl ribbed pattern is for the beginner in Tunisian crochet. The finished crochet cowl can be used for both men or women making it a great gift option.

Enjoy and share and let me know if you have any questions or problems with the pattern.

Materials (affiliate links below):

  • Size I9 Crochet Hook
  • 3 Balls SWS by Patons Yarn (110 yds each)

Pattern Level: Intermediate

Pattern Stitches (click on pattern names for tutorials):

Pattern Stitch Instructions:

TSS – Tunisian Simple Stitch – You can also find video instructions on my YouTube Channel

Foundation base row: Insert hook in the second chain from the hook, wrap yarn around hook, and pull the loop through, keeping it on hook, repeat in each chain across to the end, do not turn.

Reverse base row: Ch 1, wrap yarn around hook and pull it through the first loop on the hook, *wrap yarn around hook and pull it through the next two loops on the hook. Repeat from * to end. One loop remains on the hook. This loop is considered the first stitch of the next row.

Forward row: Insert the hook under the single vertical thread, from right to left, then wrap the yarn around the hook and pull through keeping the loop on the hook, repeat across.

Reverse row: As reverse base row

TKS – Tunisian Knit Stitch – You can also find video instructions on my YouTube Channel

Forward row: Insert the hook through the center of the stitch below, from front to back, then wrap the yarn around the hook and pull through, keeping the loop on the hook. Repeat as required.

Reverse row: As reverse base row

TPS – Tunisian Purl Stitch – You can also find video instructions on my YouTube Channel

Forward row: Bring the yarn forward to the front of the work. Insert the hook under a single vertical thread in the same way as for Tunisian simple stitch, then take the yarn to the back, wrap it around the hook and pull through keeping the loop on the hook. Repeat as required.

Reverse row: As reverse base row

Pattern Instructions:

With I9 hook and yarn Chain 34

Row 1: 1TSS in second ch from hook, 1 TSS in each ch to end, do not turn, ch 1

Rows 2: *YRH pull through 1st 2 loops on hook, repeat from * to end – 1 loop on hook, ch 1, do not turn

Row 3: Skip 1st st, 1TKS in next st, *1 TPS in each of next 2 sts, 1 TKS in each of following 2 sts, repeat from * to end, ch 1, do not turn

Row 4: *YRH, pull through first 2 loops on hook, repeat from * to end – 1 loop remains on hook, ch1, do not turn, repeat rows 3 & 4 for pattern until piece measures 39 inches. Do not bind off.

Row 5: SC across to last st, ch 1, turn.

Finishing

With WS facing, fold piece and sl st across for seam, ch 1, do not bind off.

With WS facing SC around edge ending with sl st in first st. Bind off

With WS facing attach yarn to next edge at seam with sl st, SC around ending with sl st in first sc, bind off

Weave ends and wear!

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