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Cinnillusion - Tunisian Crochet Pattern


**This listing is for a PDF pattern only**


Cinnillusion is a Tunisian crochet pattern and the first crochet design added to my Cinna collection. Like the other Cinna patterns, this design features a mixture of the Tunisian knit stitch and Tunisian purl stitch to create a lovely texture that gives the illusion of knitted fabric, while still being crocheted! This pattern comes with instructions to make your choice of either a traditional scarf, infinity scarf or a cowl.

Finished Measurements:

Width x Length

Scarf: 7.25” x 61”
Infinity: 7.25” x 60”
Cowl: 7.5” 20”


Aran/worsted weight yarn
Sample worked in Lion Brand Scarfie yarn & Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca

Scarf & Infinity: ~415-430 yards
Cowl: ~200 yards

Suggested Needles:

8mm Tunisian crochet hook with at least a 5” cord.
5.5mm traditional crochet hook (optional)


Tapestry needle, tape measure, scissors.

Techniques featured:

Tunisian knit stitch, Tunisian purl stitch.

Please feel free to message me with any questions about the pattern! I am most active on instagram @mavencrafted

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