Pattern release: Ocaso

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Ufff…. it feels like forever since I started this design but it is finally here! You can find it on Ravelry here.

This tunisian crochet shawl is constructed using simple stitches and increases, and you can find a tutorial for all stitches in this space. Below are the pattern details and the tutorials which I think would be useful to check out.


1 100g skein Ginger’s Hand Dyed Yakety-Yak 4ply (100grams/366metres/400yards 60% Merino, 20% Yak, 20% Silk) in Sound and Fury (Col A)

2 100g skein Ginger’s Hand Dyed Yakety-Yak 4ply (100grams/366metres/400yards 60% Merino, 20% Yak, 20% Silk) in Crunchy Leaves (Col B)

4mm/ US size 6 Tunisian hook with extension (min 80 cm)
1 removable stitch marker
Tapestry needle


22 sts and 25 rows in Tss to 10 cm/ 4in using 4mm/ US size 6 hook (or size needed to achieve gauge)


Finished depth: 45cm/ 18in
Finished wingspan: 160cm/ 63in


Tunisian crochet – foundation row, forward and return passes, Tunisian knit stitch, Tunisian simple stitch, increases, changing colours and bind off in pattern.

Useful tutorials:

Tunisian Crochet 101: Foundation Row and Tunisian Simple Stitch

Tunisian Crochet 101: Tunisian Knit Stitch

Tunisian Crochet 101: Changing colours

How to read my tunisian crochet patterns

Tunisian Crochet: YO increase

Tunisian Crochet: Horizontal chain increase

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If you have any questions regarding the pattern just send me an email at




6 thoughts on “Pattern release: Ocaso

  1. Hi! I’ve just found your blog (“Cobbled Street Cowl” brought me here) and as a TC enthusiast I couldn’t resist following it! Love your designs, you’re very talented!

  2. I love reading your blog! as a person that posts very occasionally myself i wouldn’t worry about only putting stuff up now and then. BTW- I find your patterns and way of creating really fresh, so hurrah to you!!! I am planning on making your Moroccan bag soon

    1. Thank you so much for your comment, I have been so busy, it is great to know that people still appreciate the content that is there! Good luck with the Moroccan bag and let me know if you get stuck! Have an awesome week 🙂


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      1. Hej Birgit. Det ser rigtig spndÃden¦e ud – glæder mig til at se resultatet ..og sÃ¥ er jeg glad for at garnet fik sÃ¥ godt et formÃ¥l. Det ER jo lidt sjovere end sokker :o)hilsen Mona

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