Tunisian crochet lace pattern video tutorial – Wheat fields

Follow these advanced Tunisian crochet lace pattern video tutorials to create a flowing, lacy Tunisian crochet fabric with the yarn of your choice.

About this Tunisian crochet lace pattern

Inspired by fields of wheat and lovely Shetland lace, when made in lace-weight mohair yarn, this Tunisian crochet wrap envelops you in warmth and softness on chilly summer evenings.

Make it in white as a wedding wrap, or in jewel tones, then wear it for a special event in your life. Change the numbers in the foundation row to make the wrap wider or narrower to suit your needs.

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Showing off the wheat-like pattern of the lacy stitches, they remind me of the fields of wheat we pass by while biking in the countryside.

Skill level

This pattern is suitable for intermediate to advanced crocheters with experience in Tunisian crochet lace, increases, decreases and eyelets.

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Close-up of the special border attached all around the body of this rectangle shawl

PDF version of this Tunisian crochet rectangle shawl pattern

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Size and measurements of the lacy Tunisian crochet wrap

The sample, using 75 g of yarn for the body and 25 g for the border, measures about 220 by 55 cm or 86.5″ by 21.5″.

Adding more repeats at the beginning will make the wrap wider, making fewer row repeats will make it shorter.

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Skill level required for this crochet pattern

Intermediate in Tunisian crochet, due to working in different rows and using extended stitches.

Crochet terminology used in this pattern

This pattern uses Tunisian crochet terminology. All abbreviations are explained below. There is no difference between US and UK terminology in this case.

How to make the gauge swatch

Make a gauge swatch, block it and count the stitches over a square of 10 cm by 10 cm or 4″ by 4″.

Foundation row. Start with a slip knot on the hook. Ch 17 and pick up 17 loops on the hook, R (18)

Row 1. 16 Tss, Ls, R (18)

Repeat Row 1 another 13 times. Bind off the top edge by doing 1 Sl St in each St. Block and count stitches in the middle of the swatch.

You should have 16 Sts and 12 rows in a 10 cm by 10 cm square (4″ by 4″).

Notions for this Tunisian crochet wrap

  • Yarn – 100 g or 900 m of lace-weight or size 1 mohair or silk mohair yarn in the brand of your choice – about 210-230 m per 25 g ball (in sample: Hobbii Diablo, color Yellow Ochre, 40% acrylic, 30% mohair, 30% Polyamide, 225 m per 25 g).
  • Hook – 8 mm crochet hook or size close to 8 mm, 6 mm hook for border.
  • Blocking mats and stainless steel pins for blocking.
  • Scissors and tapestry needle for weaving in ends.

Wheat fields Tunisian crochet video tutorial

Check out the video tutorials I created for this stitch pattern. Follow along to make a swatch and learn the stitch pattern.

Right handed video for the main body of the wrap

Use the following two videos if you are right handed to make this Tunisian crochet lacy wrap.

Right handed video for the border

Left handed video for the main body of the wrap

Use the following two videos to make the wrap if you are left handed.

Left handed video for the border

Final thoughts

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