Tunisian Crochet Home Patterns

Recently we’ve enjoyed sharing a bunch of great Tunisian crochet patterns with you. If you’re loving the technique as much as we are, then you don’t want to miss out on today’s roundup. We’ve got a great selection of Tunisian crochet home patterns. Think dishcloths and scrubbies, pillows and more. Most of these are quick crochet patterns. Some you don’t even need a Tunisian crochet hook for!

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Tunisian crochet home patterns roundup

Tunisian Crochet Dishcloths and Scrubby Patterns

You can use Tunisian crochet to make dishcloths and scrubbies. It has the perfect knit-like texture for those projects. Moreover, these small projects provide instant gratification as you practice the technique.

TSS Dishcloth Pattern

tunisian simple stitch dishcloth pattern

This is a great beginner Tunisian crochet home pattern. Use Tunisian simple stitch to crochet square cotton dishcloths. The floral design, which is added using cross-stitch, is optional.

Striped Tunisian Crochet Dishcloth Pattern

striped tunisian crochet dishcloth pattern

Use simple Tunisian crochet stitches but make them a little bit more interesting with stripes. This is a cute crochet dishcloth for any home.

Tunisian Purl Stitch Dishcloth

tunisian crochet purl stitch dishcloth pattern

There are several different basic crochet stitches. Tunisian knit and purl stitches are among them. This one uses purl stitches.

Tunisian Seed Stitch Crochet Dishcloth

tunisian seed stitch crochet dishcloth pattern

Play with interesting texture using Tunisian seed stitch. It’s a great technique and the result works really well in Tunisian crochet home patterns like this dishcloth.

Tunisian Lattice Stitch Dishcloth

tunisian lattice stitch dishcloth

Take your basic Tunisian crochet skills to the next level when you learn how to work the lattice stitch. Look at what great texture it has! If you’re looking for an interesting dishcloth pattern that you can use to make gifts, this is definitely one to bookmark.

Tunisian Square Scrubby

tunisian crochet dishcloth pattern

Learning how to crochet a square in rows is one of the best ways to practice a new technique. Therefore, this is a great beginner Tunisian crochet pattern as well.

Two-Texture Tunisian Crochet Scrubby Pattern

tunisian crochet scrubby pattern for the home

You’ll get the opportunity to use Tunisian purl stitch in this scrubby crochet pattern.

Tunisian Round Scrubby Pattern

tunisian crochet in the round scrubby pattern

You can work Tunisian crochet in the round. You’ll use a double-ended Tunisian crochet hook to do so. A small pattern like this circular scrubby pattern provides the perfect opportunity to practice that skill!

Other Tunisian Crochet Home Patterns

In addition to Tunisian crochet dishcloths and scrubbies, you might enjoy these other Tunisian crochet home patterns:

Tunisian Crochet Cup Cozy

tunisian crochet home patterns: cup cozy

Crochet this cup cozy flat in rows then seam them together. It’s an easy pattern but makes for a very great dense cup cozy.

Tunisian Crochet Ribbed Pillow Pattern

tunisian crochet pillow pattern

Use two simple stitch repeats and super bulky yarn to create this super cozy Tunisian crochet pillow pattern.

Customizable Tunisian Crochet Pillows

tunisian crochet pillow patterns

Would you like to make all different sizes of pillows using one easy Tunisian crochet pattern? Here’s your pattern. The instructions come with information about how to make this same pillow in seven sizes.

Monstera Pillow

tunisian crochet pillow and blanket set

Use Tunisian crochet colorwork to make this graphic Monstera-inspired pillow. This pattern comes with a matching crochet blanket pattern.

Tunisian Crochet Pumpkin Pattern

Tunisian crochet pumpkin pattern

You don’t usually think about using Tunisian crochet to create amigurumi-like home decor. However, it offers the perfect texture for this adorable crochet pumpkin. You can use either side of the Tunisian knit stitch fabric to create two different textures for a display of these.

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