The Herringbone Tunisian Crochet Wrap is a cozy, oversized wrap that will keep you warm and snuggly even in the coldest temperatures! Scroll down to find out where you can get the pattern.
Where to get this pattern
Option 1: I am delighted to offer this pattern for free over at Make & Do Crew.
Option 2: Purchase the easy-to-read, print-friendly PDF:
New to Tunisian Crochet?
Even if you are brand new to Tunisian crochet, making this wrap is still absolutely achievable!
Start here -> Learn the basics of Tunisian Crochet (photo and video tutorials)
Once you have gotten the hang of the basics (namely the Tunisian Simple Stitch), there are two additional techniques you will need to create this wrap:
Note: you don’t need to master all of these skills to get started on your wrap – you can get started straight away and come back to them for reference 🙂
Use a regular crochet hook
One of my absolutely favorite things about this crochet wrap, is that you don’t need ANY special tools – i.e. Tunisian crochet hook – to make this project!
The wrap is crocheted in 3 panels or strips. After making the first panel, you will attach the second panel as you make it, using the “join-as-you-go” technique. And then repeat for the third panel.
Each panel is about 7″ wide, so it will easily fit on a regular crochet hook if you are not quite ready to invest in a special Tunisian crochet hook and cable.
Tunisian Crochet Colorwork
The herringbone motif on this crochet wrap is achieved by a series of staggered color changes on each row.
But while it may look like there are LOADS of color changes, remember that your are crocheting the wrap in 3 panels. So, for each panel, you will have at most 3 bobbins to work with at any one time.
What you’ll need for this crochet wrap
For my wrap, I used Lion Brand Heartland which is a #4/Worsted/Medium yarn. This yarn would be on the lighter side for a #4 yarn. Any similar weight yarn would work great.
I used a 8mm (L-11) hook for my wrap, and as I mentioned above, you do not need a special Tunisian crochet hook. However, if you do have a hook with a stopper at the end, you might find this helpful.
Make it bigger!
For my crochet scarf, I worked 3 panels. But if you would like to make it even wider (crochet afghan perhaps!?), you can easily do so by repeating the second and third panels.
And to change the length, you can work more or less herringbone repeats (see colorwork charts in the pattern).
Where to get the Herringbone Tunisian Crochet Wrap Pattern
1. Get the free pattern here (guest post for Make & Do Crew)
2. Grab the print-friendly PDF here – perfect for couch crocheting!
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I hope you have enjoyed this pattern, if you have questions at all, please don't hesitate to contact me. And be sure to tag your finished project on Instagram or Facebook using @nedandmimi or #nedandmimi!