This tapestry crochet pattern with Grecian design elements is both challenging and rewarding. It’s like crocheting your way through a maze that only ends when you want it to. Although it is relatively challenging, anyone can make it, especially when using the abbreviated graph. (If you’ve never heard of an abbreviated graph, check out my tutorial here on how to read and understand abbreviated graphs, and click here for a tutorial on how to make them.)
I based the Greek Inspired #1 tapestry crochet pattern on this picture I found on Pinterest:
Here’s the full pattern:
And the abbreviated graph:
I used this pattern to make this tablet cover:
This pattern uses the modified single crochet, instead of the regular single crochet. Using the modified single crochet allows you to make vertical lines that go straight up and down rather than diagonal. To find out how to do the modified single crochet (it’s really easy, I promise), click here.
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