Intarsia Crochet Techniques in a Tapestry Project

Published April 17, 2021 19 Views

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Learn how to incorporate Intarsia Crochet techniques into a tapestry crochet project. I will show you how to drop your yarn and pull it back up into your work for a minimum of color bleed through on your tapestry crochet project. I will also show you how to pull yarn into your work from a distance and how to work over it. Adding these techniques will allow your tapestry projects to become reversible as well as become more professional in appearance. These techniques will build on your tapestry crochet knowledge as you gain experience in tapestry crochet.

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