As I noted in my post about 12-line hymn tunes, there are only seven hymn tunes in my study sample that are designed to serve hymns with 11-line stanzas. As for what I mean by "my study sample," let's say it's a big whopping pile of English-language Lutheran hymnals dating from throughout the 20th century. I may have missed a few because I'm not sure I was done compiling the data on one or two of the books when I moved on to another project; and also, this data is a bit out of date, since it ignores hymnals published since the turn of the 21st century, such as Evangelical Lutheran Worship and The Lutheran Service Book.
So, with that firmly in mind, here's what these tunes look like, how they were used in that category of books and what I think about them. And for just this segment, I'm going to take them alphabetically, since most of them are indexed under the meters "Irr." (irregular) and "PM" (peculiar meter) and the three that aren't, each has a meter all to itself anyway. Abbreviations of the books cited are explained here.
If I get around to it, the 10-line hymn-tune post will be a good deal longer than this. Worth it, do you think?