Learn to Tapestry Cro­chet

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Tapestry cro­chet is a fun and dare I say ad­dic­tive way to add color to your cro­chet projects. Tapestry cro­chet is usu­ally worked from a chart, work­ing with two or more col­ors in each row. The col­ors not in use are car­ried along the back of the work and cro­cheted into the stitch cre­at­ing a re­versible fab­ric that is at­trac­tive on both sides. Geo­met­ric and sym­met­ri­cal de­signs are most com­mon, but any­thing that can be charted can be cro­cheted! With easy-to-fol­low color pho­tos, au­thor Maria Is­abel ex­plains the ba­sics of tapestry cro­chet as you work your way through six projects, in­clud­ing a pretty re­versible cowl, hat, tote, slip­pers and more.

Learn to Tapestry Cro­chet, by Maria Is­abel, An­nie’s 2017, $9.99

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