A Tunisian Crochet Scarf Pattern for a simple yet beautifully elegant infinity scarf and a free Tunisian Crochet pattern by Nana’s Crafty Home!
I’m so excited to be participating in the Scarf of the Month Crochet Along with The Stitchin’ Mommy and Oombawka Design Crochet! My contribution for this CAL is a gorgeous Tunisian scarf with unique colorwork and classy pearl button embellishments.
This is the first time participating in this event and I was so honored to be included. Since my goal this year is to design from my stash as much as possible, I went looking for colors from my yarn stash that would mesh together really well.
This beautiful scarf will class up any outfit while keeping you warm. And the simple repetitive stitch pattern is the perfect mindless crochet project!
Tunisian Crochet Scarf Pattern – Color Fusion Scarf pattern details
I came across some gorgeous Lion Brand Heartland* in Capitol Reef in a solid and then paired the beautiful Lion Brand Lanscapes Fusion* in Flushing Meadows. They were made for each other!
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This scarf uses the Tunisian Full Stitch throughout but we are making it really special by changing colors before each return pass. This allows the yarn colors to mesh and fuse together creating a woven like appearance. And, because we are changing colors before each return pass there is no need to cut yarn – just drop the current working yarn and pull in the other color to work your return pass. That means no additional ends to weave in!
Tunisian crochet is often considered a combination of crochet and knitting. This is because it uses a crochet hook, but requires you to hold all of your stitches (or loops) on your hook in the same way you do in knitting. For this reason, you’ll need a long crochet hook or a hook with a cable attachment to accommodate the number of stitches in your Tunisian crochet project.
Tunisian crochet involves a forward pass and a return pass where the work is never turned, and you are looking at the Right Side (RS) of your project the entire time. The forward pass and return pass are counted as one row.
The Tunisian Full Stitch is a great place to start if you are new to Tunisian Crochet. A very basic, beginner friendly stitch. And, I have a complete photo and video tutorial for you that will help you get started! (Subscribe to my YouTube Channel to get notified whenever I post a new video).
If you are interested in learning more Tunisian crochet stitches check out my tutorials for the Tunisian Knit Stitch (tks), the Tunisian Purl Stitch (tps) and the Tunisian Rib Stitch.
Once you have completed the main section of your scarf to the length desired you will add a few rows of standard single crochet stitches. You could switch up to a standard crochet hook but I just continued using my Tunisian hook for those rows. Then you will work around the outside edge of your scarf with a round of single crochet. This will clean up any messy ends you may have from dropping and pulling in your yarn strands from your color changes.
The Decorative Pearl Button Assortment are decorative and completely optional. I had purchased a Decorative Pearl Button Assortment for my Christmas Tree Decor Stands last year from Amazon and had some more on hand. I think they matched up beautifully with the pearlescent look of the Landscape Fusion yarn.
As I mentioned before, this pattern is part of the Scarf of the Month Crochet Along with Oombawka Design Crochet and The Stitchin’ Mommy.
Each month includes three free crochet scarf patterns. Head over to Oombawka Design Crochet for the Going Granny Scarf pattern and head over to The Stitchin’ Mommy for the Juliet Scarf pattern. And, scroll down for the Color Fusion Scarf pattern.
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You may also like the following crochet patterns by Nana’s Crafty Home:
- 1. Marci Tunisian Hat free crochet pattern
- 2. Shades of Pink Infinity Scarf free crochet pattern
- 3. Uptown Infinity Scarf premium crochet pattern
Color Fusion Tunisian Crochet Scarf Pattern written instructions
Pattern written in US crochet terminology
- Lion Brand Weight 4/Medium (100% acrylic) 5 oz / 251 yds
Capitol Reef 5 oz / 251 yards (Color A)
- Lion Brand Landscapes Fusion 4/Medium (100% acrylic) 3.5 oz / 109 yds
Flushing Meadows 5.4 oz / 170 yards (Color B)
Size K (6.5 mm) Tunisian crochet hook
5 – (11 mm) Decorative Pearl Button Assortment
Coordinating embroidery thread for sewing on buttons
Approximate finished size: 7” wide x 61” long
Gauge: 18 rows = 4” / 16 st = 4”
ch = chain
tfs = Tunisian Full Stitch (see special stitches section below)
st = stitch
sk = skip
yo = yarn over
RS = right side
WS = wrong side
sc = single crochet
- Main body of scarf is worked by alternating colors, switching colors before each return pass.
- Do not cut yarn when changing colors – drop unused yarn to be picked up at next return pass.
How to Cinch/Sew top of hat closed
Tunisian Full Stitch (tfs):
Forward: *insert hook through space between vertical bars and pull up a loop,* repeat from * to * to last st.
Return: yo, pull through 1 loop, *yo, pull through 2 loops,* repeat from * to * to end (1 loop left on hook).
End stitch: insert hook into edge st, pull up the last loop.
Note: Work all rows with RS of work facing.
With Color A, ch 24.
Row 1 (foundation row): (RS) pick up a loop from back bump in second ch from hook and in each ch to end, leaving all loops on hook. Change to color B. Return. (24)
Row 2: tfs in each st to last st, sk last st, work end st. Change to color A. Return.
Row 3: sk first st, tfs in each st to end, work end st. Change to color B. Return.
Continue repeating rows 2 – 3 to approximately 60” in length.
Bind off row: (with Color A) sl st in each vertical bar to last st, work end st as sl st.
Now working in standard crochet stitches. You could continue to use the same Tunisian hook or switch to a standard size K crochet hook for remainder of scarf.
With Color A, turn.
Row 1: ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (24)
Row 2 – 4: repeat row 1.
At the end of row 4, do not fasten off.
With RS of scarf facing, work a round of sc evenly around outside edge of scarf.
Fasten off, weave in ends.
With RS facing and embroidery thread on needle, sew pearl buttons approximately 1” apart the sc section of the end.
With a long length of Color A yarn on tapestry needle, overlap the sc section of the scarf over the other end and sew together.
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This is beautiful, Tonya!
Thank you so much Jennifer 💕🌸
Love this scarf ! The colors are beautiful . Glad you got to relax in Florida !
Thank you so much Gerrie – so glad you like it! We had such a good time it was great to get away 🌸💕