This is the second bargello-inspired pattern I’ve made, and it won’t be the last. Bargello is a type of needlework that is believed to date back to the 17th century, but made a comeback in the mid 20th century. To me, it’s reminiscent of the 70’s, but it’s easily made modern with the right shapes and color schemes. What I love about it is how easily a bargello design can be translated into a tapestry crochet pattern. I hope you all are loving these patterns as much as I am, because I’m going to keep making them 🙂
**This pattern uses a modified single crochet stitch, not a regular SC. Click here to find out how it’s done. It’s easy, I promise!**
This is a large pattern that takes a lot of stitches to complete. Use a light yarn, unless you’re planning on making a very large project.