Learn to Tapestry Crochet
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