Three-dimensional Tunisian blanket

Creating a three-dimensional Tunisian crochet blanket is an exciting project that adds depth and texture to your work. Here’s a step-by-step guide to making a three-dimensional Tunisian crochet blanket:

Materials you’ll need:

  • Tunisian crochet hook (appropriate size for your yarn)
  • Worsted weight yarn in your desired color(s)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle


  1. Choose your yarn and hook:
  • Select a yarn that is suitable for a blanket and choose a Tunisian crochet hook that complements your yarn weight. The size will depend on your personal preference and the desired drape of the blanket.

2. Decide on the size and stitch pattern:

  • Determine the dimensions of your blanket and select a stitch pattern that creates a three-dimensional effect. Examples of stitch patterns that can give a three-dimensional look include bobble stitch, popcorn stitch, or puff stitch.

3. Make a foundation chain:

  • Start with a foundation chain that matches the desired width of your blanket. The number of chains will depend on the stitch pattern and hook size you’ve chosen.

4. Tunisian simple stitch (TSS) rows:

  • Begin by working several rows of Tunisian simple stitch (TSS). TSS creates a solid and flat base for your blanket before adding the three-dimensional elements.

5. Add three-dimensional stitches:

  • Follow the stitch pattern of your choice to create the three-dimensional effect.
  • For example, if you’re using the bobble stitch, you would insert your hook into the designated stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through two loops, repeat this process several times in the same stitch, and then yarn over and pull through all loops on the hook to close the bobble.

6. Repeat Rows:

  • Alternate between working rows of TSS and rows of the three-dimensional stitch pattern until your blanket reaches the desired length. This will create a textured and three-dimensional effect throughout the blanket.

7. Finish off the blanket:

  • Once your blanket is the desired size, finish off the last row of stitches and fasten off the yarn, leaving a long tail.
  • Weave in any loose ends using a yarn needle.

8. Optional:
Add a border:

  • If desired, you can add a border to your blanket using a simple stitch pattern like single crochet or reverse single crochet to give it a finished look.

Remember to adjust the size, color, and stitch pattern according to your preference and the dimensions of your blanket. Tunisian crochet allows for a wide variety of stitch patterns and textures, so feel free to experiment and get creative with your three-dimensional blanket. Enjoy the process of crocheting a unique and visually stunning Tunisian crochet blanket!

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