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  1. Have you tried making slippers using Tunisian crochet? Because of the nature of the craft, the fabric that is built is very dense and is perfect for making slippers! I started this project as an experiment to try shaping with short rows. It turned into these lovely slippers that I’ve been using to keep my feet warm during chilly spring days! This pattern uses only Tunisian Simple Stitches and takes advantage of short rows to shape the slippers. This is a fairly quick project and, since it comes in 9 sizes, it is a perfect for making a set for yourself and your little ones! At th
  2. These crochet buttons are super easy to make and work up in less than 5 minutes. The pattern includes a photo tutorial and (left and right handed) video tutorials. https://knitterknotter.com/how-to-crochet-a-button-in-5-minutes-free-pattern/
  3. Are you ready to start working on some spring patterns? You can make it with any yarn and stitch combination and all you need to make is a rectangle! https://knitterknotter.com/origami-friendship-bag/
  4. Quick and easy mug cozy pattern for Valentine's Day if Tunisian crochet is on your mind https://knitterknotter.com/easy-tunisian-crochet-mug-cozy-free-pattern/
  5. This blanket was designed primarily for teaching the basics of Tunisian crochet. The squares are in order of complexity and start with Beginner level stitches leading into Advanced Beginner techniques towards the end. It was a part of a CAL that I hosted in 2020. All the squares have been released and the complete free pattern is available on my blog: https://knitterknotter.com/tunisian-sampler-blanket-cal-weekly-updates/
  6. Hello! I am excited to share my latest pattern with you all - Prerna scarf. This pattern is made up of 8 sections that can be put together in any order to build a scarf. You could skip a section or two or make the same one twice if you’d like! Free pattern here - https://knitterknotter.com/prerna-scarf-free-tunisian-crochet-pattern/
  7. Are you excited about Christmas this year? When I started designing these ornaments, I was trying to make ugly sweaters but these turned out to be more cute than ugly These are super easy to make and work up in less than an hour each. They are perfect to get you in a festive mood and you will have a cute gift ready in no time! Free pattern here: https://knitterknotter.com/christmas-gift-card-holder-ornament-free-crochet-pattern/
  8. Here is a free Mandala pattern designed by Tayu Purnamasari: https://knitterknotter.com/asti-doily/
  9. I have been seeing a lot of lovely crocheted pocket shawls lately. I wanted to make one using Tunisian crochet and here it is! https://knitterknotter.com/tunisian-boho-pocket-shawl-free-crochet-pattern/
  10. The Golden Winter Cap designed by Ratna Kodikal @srishtidesign is lovely! It comes in two sizes (for children and adults) with separate instructions for left and right handed people. It is made using the Mosaic crochet technique. See the full instructions at https://knitterknotter.com/golden-winter-cap-free-crochet-pattern/
  11. I am super excited to share my latest design - Disha Shawl -with you! I made this shawl with one Scheepjes Whirl (Passion Fruit Melt) and a little under 2 Scheepjes Whirlettes (Rose). This shawl is made entirely with the Moss Stitch! https://knitterknotter.com/disha-shawl-free-crochet-pattern/
  12. Here is a free c2c blanket pattern for you: https://knitterknotter.com/connected-squares-blanket-free-crochet-pattern/!
  13. I have started a guest blogging series on my website where I share patterns from other designers. The first one in the series is a Tunisian Scarf pattern by Richard Gartland. Here is the free pattern: https://knitterknotter.com/zig-zag-tunisian-purl-scarf-free-pattern/
  14. I recently heard about ‘Christmas in July’ and just thinking about the holidays made me very happy! I designed this wine bottle cozy and made a few for gifting at the end of this year! This is an intermediate level Tunisian crochet pattern and comes with two options - one that ends at the neck of the bottle and another that goes all the way to the cap of the bottle and ends with a ruffle.. The only tricky part is to work in a round with such a small circumference. If you know how to make a handful of basic Tunisian stitches and how to work in a round, this should not be too difficult and
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