The Overlapping Squares Pattern is a clash between retro and modern. While it’s quite simple, it packs a lot of visual power, so may be best suited for smaller projects like tablet covers, clutches, etc. But perhaps if you scaled it up a bit, it would work well for larger projects too.
And here’s the abbreviated graph:
Black and white are the go-to colors for patterns like this, but this one could easily accommodate a splash of color, too. (Please note that this pattern uses a modified single crochet stitch. It’s very similar to a regular single crochet, but has slight differences that allow you to create straight vertical lines instead of vertical lines that have a diagonal slant.) Here’s the original:
Such a sleek pattern is a perfect compliment to the softer look of crochet. Anyone thinking of trying this tapestry crochet pattern out? If so, let me know in the comments below, or head over to the All Tapestry Crochet Facebook Page, where you can share your works-in-progress with your fellow tapestry crocheters! And if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to leave them in the comment section below, or on the Facebook page. Happy Crocheting!