5 Tunisian Crochet Patterns to Get Hooked on the Two-Color Technique

Are you intrigued by the two-color Tunisian crochet technique? Did the two-color Tunisian tutorial inspire you? If you can’t wait to get started with this incredible technique, here are five of our favorite Tunisian crochet patterns to get you hooked on two-color Tunisian crochet!

1. Citizen Pullover from Interweave Crochet Spring 2017, designed by Kabila Sri Ponnusamy

This striking top uses the two-color Tunisian technique in the round to make a top-down raglan perfect for spring. It’s one of the most popular patterns from the Spring 2017 issue because it has such a stunning visual effect. If you want to tackle this technique with a big project, this one is for you!

Citizen Pullover | Photo Credit: GoodFolk Photography

2. Urbane Hat and Cowl Set from Interweave Crochet Fall 2018, designed by Kabila Sri Ponnusamy

Kabila designed this hat after the popularity of the Citizen Pullover (mentioned above). She made a smaller, slightly simpler project that lets you experiment with the technique without committing to an entire top. If you want to test this project with a hat or cowl (or both), try these out!

Urbane Hat and Cowl Set | Photo Credit: Harper Point Photography

3. Floret Crop Top from Interweave Crochet Spring 2017, designed by Lily Chin

The Floret Crop Top is an excellent example of a top-down raglan, so you’ll get the chance to practice colorwork and sizing customization (if you’d like). Lily Chin developed this technique, so you’ll find inspiration in all the ways you can use the two-color technique to create dynamic visual patterns within this project.

Floret Crop Top | Photo Credit: GoodFolk Photography

4. Dotty Tunisian Cowl from Interweave Crochet Accessories 2016, designed by Lily Chin

If you love the Floret Crop Top from Lily (mentioned above), but you don’t want to commit to an entire top or you’re trying to use up stash yarn, try your hand at this cowl. It uses the same technique, but it requires less stitching and no sizing knowledge.

Dotty Tunisian Cowl | Photo Credit: Donald Scott

5. Heart Throw from Interweave Crochet Home 2015, designed by Lily Chin

Everyone loves a crochet throw for the home! If crochet wearables are not your thing, you can use this technique to make a small blanket. The project is worked from the center out with increases in the corners, so you can use the double-ended hook and work in the round as you increase.

Heart Throw | Photo Credit: Harper Point Photography

If you want to learn more about this technique, the tutorial was just a start! Check out Lily Chin’s video on two-color Tunisian crochet in the round. She has so many tips and tricks you have to try!

Happy Tunisian crocheting!
Sara

(Featured Image: Five two-color Tunisian crochet patterns | Photo Credits: Harper Point Photography, GoodFolk Photography and Donald Scott)


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