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Monday, June 20, 2005

A-Pass-Along (Tapestry Crochet)

I was in the craft store the other night and got talking to another customer there. I saw that she was buying a set of small metal crochet hooks and crochet thread. Being naturally curious as I am, I asked her what she was going to make. She told me she came across a website for something called Tapestry Crochet. The website can be found at:
It explains that "Tapestry crochet is similar to regular crochet, except that one or more yarns are carried while another is crocheted. The finished pieces look woven instead of crocheted."
There are 2 small projects you can do to try it out. One is for a spiral basket and the other is a necklace pouch. If you look at the directions be sure to click on "rounds" for further directions to help you.
Now the author of this website and a book on Tapestry Crochet has another site that has links to all kids of arts and crafts from around the world that you may find of interest. You can find this at:
Thanks Elaine F. for all the information and interesting conversation!


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