Giroc mosaic Tunisian crochet pattern
A beautiful Tunisian crochet mosaic pattern inspired by Romanian embroidery from the Banat region.
The Pdf file comes with full instructions and videos for learning to make Tunisian crochet mosaic and reading charts.
This is an intermediate Tunisian crochet mosaic pattern inspired by motifs in Romanian embroidery from the Banat region. Giroc is a commune in this region with amazing artisans.
The original motif is embroidered with flat stitches or woven in the fabric used to make traditional chemises.
The pattern can be multiplied over larger areas or made in individual squares that are seamed with different squares of the same size.
- Yarn: two colors of worsted weight or size 4 weight yarn at approximately 150-180 meters per 100 grams (C1 in light and C2 is dark); about 25-30 grams per color or 50-60 grams for the square;
- Hook – 7 mm hook or hook that gets you gauge – straight Tunisian crochet hook or hook with a cable; 5 or 6 mm regular crochet hook for border;
- Other notions: tapestry needle, scissors, blocking pins and mats, source of steam.
The finished square should measure 20 by 20 cm or 8 by 8 inches after blocking.
If you want to, you can add more rows of Sc all around to increase the size of the square if it comes out too small, or increase the hook size by increments of 0.5 mm.
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