#115 Getting Started with Tapestry Crochet

Take your skills up a notch with tapestry crochet

Have you ever seen a project with words magically incorporated into the stitches? Or maybe what looked like a photograph from a distance but was actually a crochet blanket? If so, you have seen the beauty of tapestry crochet.

In this episode of The BHooked Podcast I’m joined by Amber, from the blog Divine Debris, an up and coming crochet designer and all round tapestry crochet fanatic. You’ll learn the fundamentals of tapestry crochet and how you can incorporate it in your next project. You’ll even hear some tips for designing tapestry crochet patterns.

tapestry crochet with divine debris
special guest

Amber

Amber is the talented designer and maker behind the blog and Instagram page Divine Debris. She loves making fun designs drawing inspiration from all around her. Many of her projects incorporate color and colorwork crochet techniques.

Website | Divine Debris

Instagram | @divinedebris

resources

Mentioned in this Episode


Stitch Fiddle | Online graph creation tool

Moogly’s tapestry tutorial | Amber found this really helpful

Moogly’s changing colors tutorial | A great resource for learning how to change colors

Amber’s tapestry afghan square year-long CAL | Check it out!

Amber’s small coffee cup coaster free pattern | A great first tapestry crochet project

Amber’s small wine glass coaster free pattern | Another great first tapestry crochet project


Have something great to share?

I’m always looking for knowledgeable and inspirational people in the crochet and knitting community to chat with on the show!

About the Show

On the show, Brittany aims to inspire you and help you grow in your craft. Through her own stories and the stories of each special guest, you’ll discover tips and tricks to improve your crochet and knitting skills and find inspiration to achieve your hobby goals.

When you want to kick back and learn from yarn industry experts, grab some yarn and turn on The BHooked Podcast. There’s never a shortage of all things crochet, knitting or yarn.

Your Host, Brittany

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