Step-by-step Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch Tutorial

We have already tackled some of the Tunisian stitches but we were not able to include the Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch. So we decided to make an article focused on this stitch.

The Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch is perfect if you’re planning to make rectangular-shaped projects fabrics. Since it also creates bulky fabrics, you can use this stitch when you’re making blankets or scarves for winter.

With the lovely alternating vertical lines pattern it creates, it is a little hard to believe that this stitch is so easy to make.

Still not convinced? Follow along this tutorial to learn how to make the Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch and to find out how easy it is to make! 

STEP-BY-STEP TUNISIAN CROCHET FULL STITCH TUTORIAL

How to make the Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch

To make a Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch, start with a foundation row.

For this stitch, you will work in the spaces in between the stitches.

Working on the Tunisian Full Stitch By Heathookhome
Working on the Tunisian Full Stitch By Heathookhome

Row 1: 

Forward pass:

Insert the hook in the first space between the two stitches. Yarn over, pull through and leave the loop on the hook. Repeat this process until you reach the end.

Remember to skip the last space. Instead, insert the hook beside the last vertical bar. Yarn over, pull through and leave the loop on the hook. 

Reverse Pass:

Chain one, then yarn over pull through two until the last loop. 

The reverse pass process for this stitch is just like how you do the reverse pass of the other Tunisian Stitches. 

Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch From Nickishomemadecrafts
Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch From Nickishomemadecrafts

Row 2:

Forward Pass:

Skip the first space, and insert the hook in the second space between the two stitches. Yarn over, pull through and leave the loop on the hook. Repeat this process until you reach the end.

Since you skipped the first stitch on this row, make sure you’ll work on the last stitch. Count your stitches and make sure you have the same number of stitches in each row. 

Reverse Pass:

Same reverse pass as the other Tunisian Stitches. 

Next rows:

Repeat Row 1 and Row 2 until you reach your desired length. 

For visual learners, we found a video that will help you understand how to make the Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch:

Projects To Make Using The Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch

Turquoise Fiesta Shawl Pattern By KnitterKnotterDesign

Turquoise Fiesta Shawl By KnitterKnotterDesign
Turquoise Fiesta Shawl By KnitterKnotterDesign

Don’t you just love the colors peeping through the solid blue yarn in this shawl? Although working with two colors can be a little tricky, we’re sure even beginners will enjoy working on this pattern.

In fact, only one stitch is used in the whole pattern, the Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch. The change in color is achieved by using different colors in the forward and reverse passes. 

Any worsted weight yarn can be used when working on this Turquoise Fiesta Shawl Pattern. To achieve the changing colors look, the designer advised using a solid color yarn and a variegated yarn. 

Tunisian Crochet Coffee Sleeve Pattern By TealandFinch

This one is for our crochet friends who cannot function without coffee. If you’re looking for a quick and easy Tunisian crochet pattern, we’re sure you’ll love this!

You might think this pattern is worked in rounds, but actually, it is crocheted flat and worked from bottom to the top, then joined with slip stitches. To add a clean finish, single crochet is added to the top edge. 

The soft and cozy look is achieved by using a #5 Bulky Yarn from Bernat Maker Home Dec. This pillow-soft yarn made with a crochet shell has a nylon filling that can surely absorb the heat of your coffee. 

Easy Tunisian Crochet Fade Shawl By Makeanddocrew

Looking for an everyday shawl that will work with anything outfit you wear? We found this gorgeous Tunisian Crochet Fade Shawl made using the Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch!

We know you will want the same exact colors and look – because we do too! This can be achieved easily by using the same yarn and yarn colors.

For a subtle touch of colors, you can use the Lion Brand Hand Dyed Heaven Yarn in Jawbreaker. To match the variegated yarn, choose a solid color that can also be found in variegated yarn. In this instance, you can use the Lion brand Comfy cotton blend in Whipped Cream.

Just like in the previous shawl pattern, you only need to alternate the use of solid colors and the variegated colors to achieve the fade. But don’t worry, they included in-depth instruction to help you know when to change colors.

You can easily get lost in this relaxing pattern, so we won’t be surprised to know that you made multiples of this lovely shawl! 

Full Stitch Cowl

Full Stitch Cowl By Amy Minard
Full Stitch Cowl By Amy Minard

Keep yourself warm with this Full Stitch Cowl by Amy Minard. It’s an easy-to-make Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch Cowl made using a super bulky yarn. 

Using the lion brand for this cowl will give you the warmth and softness of its 20% wool and the easy-care of its 80% acrylic. This super bulky cowl will sure come in handy during the winter. 

Keep warm and comfy no matter what you wear by using this soft and warm cowl. You can make it in different colors so it will match any outfit you use.

Share With Us Your Works!

What Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch projects did you decided to work on? We know the fabric created by this stitch has the tendency to curl just a little bit, but you can try to use a larger hook or you can also block the fabric to minimize the curl. 

Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch Front View From crochet
Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch Front View From Crochet.com

Whatever you decided to make, we are a hundred percent sure they turned out great! So don’t be afraid to show us some of your works by posting them on our Facebook page!

If you’re done with the basic and you’re up for a more challenging pattern, check out this Crochet Zipper Bag Pattern!

We hope you enjoying learning how to make this Tunisian Crochet Full Stitch. Let us know what other Tunisian Stitches you want to learn!