How to Learn Tapestry Crochet? Join the CAL!

Moonrise Mountain Free Crochet Pattern

Y’all have made our previous Crochet-A-Longs so amazing and I am geeking out to share another new CAL with you! The tapestry crochet technique is fun to work up, and super versatile with how you can use it!! You can use the tapestry crochet – jacquard crochet – technique to make just about anything! Really!  Think of a design, make a chart and off you go!

Does that sound a little overwhelming right now? I’ve got you! Come crochet along with me and let’s make a Moonrise Mountain Tapestry Wall Hanging together!

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Tapestry Crochet vs Intarsia vs Mosaic Crochet

Are you colorwork curious?

Mosaic crochet and tapestry crochet are both fantastic techniques for creating stunning multicolored projects. However, they achieve their vibrant results in distinct ways.

Tapestry crochet, sometimes known as jacquard crochet, involves juggling 2 or more yarn colors at once. With Tapestry, you hold your active color and carry the unused colors along the back of your work, switching back and forth between those colors to create a pattern or image. In Tapestry, usually the working color is worked around the carried yarn. This method allows for a vast array of colors in a single row and intricate, detailed patterns.

Intarsia crochet, is similar to Tapestry Crochet in that it involves working with multiple colors of yarn with in each row. With Intasia colors are typically in larger blocks of color. What makes Intarsia stand out from tapestry, you work each color section with a separate ball of yarn, rather than carrying the different yarns along.

Mosaic crochet, on the other hand, utilizes a single yarn per row. The magic lies in strategically placing single crochets and double crochets to create the illusion of multiple colors within a row. This technique is perfect for geometric patterns, typically using a maximum of two colors per row. The result is a beautiful, textured effect.

Mosaic, Intarsia, and tapestry crochet might sound like a tangled mess of yarn at first. But fear not! Let’s ditch the overwhelm and get our hooks working some magic together. Join us on the CAL – we’ll create a stunning Moonrise Mountain piece that will teach you step-by-step, how to learn tapestry crochet.

Crochet Moonrise Mountain Pattern!

Y’all know by now that I’m obsessed with nature and the natural world. I have lots of crochet patterns and pattern round ups that reflect that. Such as the Nature Lover Pattern Round-up, and my Bijoux Butterfly Amigurumi, Odin the Owl Ami, Hestia Hedgehog Ami and Mystical Mushroom Dice Bag patterns; and of course my whole zodiac round up series! But what I haven’t shown you before, is my obsession with Tapestry Crochet! I love it so much and can go down rabbit holes for hours on etsy and ravelry, just looking at Tapestry Crochet Patterns! So I really thought it was about time I created my own patern. And better than that. Teach Y’all how to do Tapestry Crochet at the same time – in a CAL!

Haven’t tried Tapestry Crochet yet? Check out my Unicorn Coffee Cozy Free Pattern to try your hand at a small project using Tapestry Crochet! The pattern does include a video showing how I do my color changes for tapestry crochet, and how to carry the contrast color along.

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Moonrise Mountain Tapestry Crochet Project CAL
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Learn with a Tapestry Crochet Along!

Moonrise Mountain is a Tapestry Crochet Wall Hanging. We will be crocheting this amazing pattern for 3 weeks. You can join the fun here on my blog, and you can share your projects on Ravelry and in our Facebook Group if you like! We will be having a ton of fun sharing our progress together. More details about the Crochet Along can be found below.

This tapestry wall hanging is a fun way to add some gorgeous celestial artwork to your home. Not just any Art made by you! I love the energy and beauty of nature this piece brings. The mountains give a sense of  gravity, and the rising crescent moon and stars bring the endless possibilities of the universe right to you! 

I can’t think of a more fun way to learn tapestry crochet, and create something amazing to hang in your home! Can you? The pattern may be rated intermediate, but the stitches couldn’t be more simple. Single Crochets all the way! I kept the pattern simple by only using 2 colors. The pattern is written in a very simple manner too. The color and then number of stitches are listed, making it easy to keep track of where you’re at on any row!

We’re going to tackle this beauty one row at at time. I’m so excited to share this technique with you! Changing colors is the tricky part with learning tapestry crochet, with a little practice you’ll have it down! That’s exactly what this crochet along will give you – LOTS of practice!! And you’re going to love the results! We’ve got tutorials to help you master the tapestry color changes, and we’ll have live calls in our Facebook group to answer your questions too. Come learn Tapestry Crochet with us!

The Moonrise Mountain Tapestry Crochet Along runs from April 22 – May 26. We will crochet this wall tapestry in 3 sections, starting May 6, 2024. All the details about the CAL can be found below!

What is your favorite way to relax and crochet? I love to listen to an audiobook while I crochet, or watch the latest movie on Amazon Prime! During the summer I often find myself crocheting outside while the kids swim and play. I think one of my favorite things about crocheting is that you can pick up your project and take it anywhere with you!!

Need some help with the stitches? I provide photo tutorials within the pattern to help you with the included techniques and more! I am always happy to help you with any questions you may have! Don’t crochet yet? I’d love to help you Learn to Crochet with my fun Crochet Tutorials!

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Make your Crocheted Tapestry!

Materials:

Finished Size:  (Not includeding hanger or fringe)

11″ wide x 15” long

Gauge: 14 sc x 14 rows = 4” x 4” square

Experience Level: Intermediate

Pattern Key:

st(s) – stitch(es)

ch(s) – chain(s)

sc – single crochet

CA – Color A (Celestial / Purple)

CB – Color B (Moonlight / Gray)

Moonrise Mountain Tapestry Crochet Project CAL

Learn Tapestry Crochet Tutorials:

Tapestry Color Changes: To change colors from CA to CB, complete the number of stitches in CA indicated by the pattern, stopping at the last stitch. For last sc of CA, insert hook and pull up a loop as usual. Drop the CA and pick up the CB yarn, yo and pull through both loops on the hook with CB, to complete the sc st. Repeat process for each color change.

NOTES:

  1. Read through the entire pattern first.
  2. This tapestry crochet pattern is worked back and forth in rows. Carry the non-working along throughout the tapestry, crocheting around non-working yarn
  3. Try to keep an even tension. Blocking is highly recommended
  4. Odd rows are Right side (RS). Even rows are Wrong side (WS).
  5. Chart is worked from bottom to top. Work Right to Left on odd rows (RS), and Left to Right on even rows (WS). This will be reversed if you are left handed
  6. Instead of a beginning chain 1, pull up the working loop when creating 1st st of each row. This creates an edge for your tapestry that is straight and more even.
  7. Pattern instructions are written with the color CA/CB in parentheses followed by the number of stitches in that color. The only stitch used is a single crochet. Ex. (CB) x 9, (CA) x 3, = work 9 sc in Color B, work 3 sc in Color A, and so on.
  8. This pattern is FREE to view and read on my website ONLY, and has been thoroughly tech edited. Please feel free to share any comments or ask any questions you may have! I welcome your feedback!!
  9. If you would like a downloadable, ad-free PDF of the pattern, you may purchase from one of my shops linked in this post for a small fee.
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          Moonrise Mountain Tapestry Crochet Project CAL

          Moonrise Mountain Tapestry Crochet Along!

          The Crochet Along Has begun!! The Moonrise Mountain Tapestry Crochet Pattern is ready and the PRE-Crochet Along has begun! Starting Monday, May 6, and for the next 3 weeks we will learn tapestry crochet – and create the Moonrise Mountain Tapestry Wall Hanging. Welcome to our crochet along!

          DETAILS:

          The written Moonrise Mountain Tapestry Pattern is FREE on my blog. A new portion will be released the next 3 Monday’s for the upcoming week’s CAL.

          The Premium Pattern with Tapestry Pattern Chart, left and right handed directions, and Bonus colorblock instructions will be available in full (so no waiting!) for sale in my Etsy and Ravelry. Buttons below to purchase Premium PDF version 👇 FULL Pattern drops MAY 6, 2024.

          Follow The Schedule + Add Your Project To Ravelry and/or our VIP Facebook Group to participate! Please feel free to share your progress and ask ANY QUESTIONS in our Facebook Group (link below 👇)!! 

          We will be having a LOT of fun in the group! I will also be going live in my facebook group each MONDAY: MAY 6, 13, 20, 2024 of the CAL to talk about the pattern and answer any questions! PLUS, the Weave In/Wrap Up Party to finish the CAL will be SUNDAY MAY 26, 2024! You don’t want to miss out on that! 

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          INSTRUCTIONS

          PRE-CAL: APRIL 22 – MAY 5 

          Live Chat + Q&A: Click HERE for the Replay!

          Prep: Get your yarn ordered for this design, get your dowel or stick for hanging, create your project on Ravelry, and add pictures of the yarn you’ll use to Ravelry and Group Post!

          Add a pic of your yarn to Ravelry!

          Week 1: MAY 6 – 12

          Live Chat + Q&A: Monday, 5/6 at 4 pm CDT –>  Click HERE to join the FB Event!

          Bottom of the Tapestry: Make Rows 1 – 24.

          Add a progress pic to your Ravelry project and Group Post!

          Week 2: MAY  13 – 19

          Live Chat + Q&A: Monday, 5/13 at 4:30 pm CDT –> Click HERE to join the FB Event!

          Mid-Top of Tapestry: Make Rows 25 – 48.

          Week 3: MAY  20 – 26

          Live Chat + Q&A: Monday, 5/20 at 4:30 pm CDT –> Click HERE to join the FB Event!

          Finish Tapestry: Make Rows 49 – 55. Add Hanger and Fringe.

          Add your finished Pic to Ravelry and Group Post!

          Weave In/Wrap Up PARTY MAY 26

          Live Chat + Finishing Party: Sunday, 5/26 at  –> Click HERE to join the FB Event!

          I’ll choose some of my favorite finished projects on Ravelry and in the FB Group to feature, and we’ll have some prizes, too! Based on completed projects for this CAL (submit 4 photos – yarn, R1-24, up to R48, and completed tapestry)!

          NOTE:

          After each part is completed, please update your Ravelry projects and add a photo to the post in our FB Group as requested! 

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          You may not share or post pattern instructions anywhere.

          Once named, the winner will have 5 business days to claim their prize.

          To participate, you must be willing to have lots of fun!

          Pattern Release Details:

          The Moonrise Mountain Wall Hanging, learn tapestry crochet tutorial will be available for purchase in my Ravelry and Etsy Shops starting May 6, 2024! The written pattern is FREE here on my blog, OR you can purchase the ad-free, printer friendly, PDF copy that includes a full chart, colorblock directions, and optional left handed crocheter pattern version, for a couple of dollars. It would make my day if you would visit and save the pattern on your favorite venue, which helps my patterns get seen by more people! Thanks so much for your continued support!! Just click the buttons below to find the premium pattern PDF including the full learn tapestry crochet chart and Patterns available for purchase!

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          Moonrise Mountain Tapestry Crochet Project CAL

          MOONRISE MOUNTAIN TAPESTRY:

          Pattern Directions:

          USING H/8 5.0 MM HOOK

          CAL WEEK 1:

          * Laid Flat Measures 11″ wide x 15″ long

          • CA= Purple/Celestial CB= Gray/Moonlight
          • Carry the non-working yarn throughout design, working around it for each stitch.
          • andindicate the direction each row will be worked.
          • Begin by chaining 40 with CB, working 1st st of Row 1 into 2nd ch from hook.
          • Do NOT ch 1 at the beginning of each row.

           

          ← Row 1 [RS]: (CB) x 9, (CA) x 3, (CB) x 4, (CA) x 3, (CB) x 13, (CA) x 4, (CB) x 3

          → Row 2 [WS]: (CB) x 4, (CA) x 4, (CB) x 11, (CA) x 3, (CB) x 5, (CA) x 3, (CB) x 9

          ← Row 3 [RS]: (CA), (CB) x 7, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 3, (CB) x 9, (CA) x 3, (CB) x 6

          → Row 4 [WS]: (CA), (CB) x 6, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 5, (CA), (CB) x 2, (CA) x 3, (CB) x 4, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 3, (CB) x 6, (CA)

          ← Row 5 [RS]: (CA) x 2, (CB) x 5, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 4, (CA), (CB) x 6, (CA) x 2

          → Row 6 [WS]: (CA) x 2, (CB) x 10, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 3, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 8, (CA) x 3

          ← Row 7 [RS]: (CA) x 4, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 5, (CB), (CA) x 2, (CB) x 9, (CA) x 3

          → Row 8 [WS]: (CA) x 4, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 7, (CB) x 5, (CA), (CB) x 3, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 4

          ← Row 9 [RS]: (CA) x 5, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 9, (CB), (CA) x 2, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 3, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 4

          → Row 10 [WS]: (CA) x 5, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 5, (CA) x 10, (CB) x 5, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 6

          ← Row 11 [RS]: (CA) x 7, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 4, (CA) x 11, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 6

          → Row 12 [WS]: (CA) x 7, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 2, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 12, (CB) x 3, (CA), (CB) x 2, (CA) x 8

          ← Row 13 [RS]: (CA) x 9, (CB), (CA), (CB) x 2, (CA) x 13, (CB) x 2, (CA), (CB) x 2, (CA) x 8

          → Row 14 [WS]: (CA) x 8, (CB) x 4, (CA) x 15, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 9

          ← Row 15 [RS]: (CA) x 10, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 15, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 10

          → Row 16 [WS]: (CA) x 11, (CB), (CA) x 9, (CB), (CA) x 17

          ← Row 17 [RS]: (CA) x 16, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 20

          → Row 18 [WS]: (CA) x 5, (CB), (CA) x 15, (CB), (CA) x 11, (CB), (CA) x 5

          ← Row 19 [RS]: (CA) x 5, (CB), (CA) x 27, (CB), (CA) x 5

          → Row 20 [WS]: (CA) x 4, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 24, (CB), (CA), (CB), (CA), (CB), (CA) x 3

          ← Row 21 [RS]: (CA) x 4, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 24, (CB) x 5, (CA) x 3

          → Row 22 [WS]: (CA) x 4, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 23, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 2

          ← Row 23 [RS]: (CA) x 4, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 12, (CB) x 4, (CA) x 10, (CB), (CA) x 5

          → Row 24 [WS]: (CA) x 5, (CB), (CA) x 7, (CB) x 11, (CA) x 7, (CB), (CA), (CB), (CA), (CB), (CA) x 3

          Moonrose Mountain Tapestry Crochet Along WEEK 2 instructions will be added below!! 

          Make sure to share your progress pics on Ravelry and in our Facebook Group for a chance to show of your work and win prizes too! 

          MOONRISE MOUNTAIN TAPESTRY

          CAL WEEK 2:

          * Laid Flat Measures 11″ wide x 15″ long

          • USING H/8 5.0 MM HOOK
          • CA= Purple/Celestial CB= Gray/Moonlight
          • Carry the non-working yarn throughout design, working around it for each stitch.
          • andindicate the direction to work
          • Begin by chaining 40, working the 1st st of Row 1 into 2nd ch from hook.
          • Do NOT ch 1 at the beginning of each row.

           

          ← Row 25 [RS]: (CA) x 5, (CB), (CA) x 7, (CB) x 15, (CA) x 11

          → Row 26 [WS]: (CA) x 10, (CB) x 8, (CA) x 4, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 5, (CB), (CA) x 5

          ← Row 27 [RS]: (CA) x 10, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 10, (CB) x 8, (CA) x 8

          → Row 28 [WS]: (CA) x 8, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 12, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 10

          ← Row 29 [RS]: (CA) x 9, (CB) x 2, (CA) x 14, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 7

          → Row 30 [WS]: (CA) x 6, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 11, (CB), (CA) x 4, (CB), (CA) x 9

          ← Row 31 [RS]: (CA) x 14, (CB), (CA) x 12, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 6

          → Row 32 [WS]: (CA) x 6, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 11, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 13

          ← Row 33 [RS]: (CA) x 14, (CB), (CA) x 5, (CB), (CA) x 7, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 5

          → Row 34 [WS]: (CA) x 5, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 7, (CB), (CA) x 5, (CB), (CA) x 14

          ← Row 35 [RS]: (CA) x 20, (CB), (CA) x 7, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 5

          → Row 36 [WS]: (CA) x 5, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 6, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 19

          ← Row 37 [RS]: (CA) x 18, (CB) x 5, (CA) x 5, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 5

          → Row 38 [WS]: (CA) x 5, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 3, (CB) x 9, (CA) x 16

          ← Row 39 [RS]: (CA) x 18, (CB) x 5, (CA) x 4, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 6

          → Row 40 [WS]: (CA) x 6, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 5, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 19

          ← Row 41 [RS]: (CA) x 4, (CB), (CA) x 15, (CB), (CA) x 6, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 6

          → Row 42 [WS]: (CA) x 6, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 5, (CB), (CA) x 5, (CB), (CA) x 9, (CB), (CA) x 4

          ← Row 43 [RS]: (CA) x 3, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 7, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 4, (CB), (CA) x 4, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 7

          → Row 44 [WS]: (CA) x 8, (CB) x 6, (CA) x 10, (CB), (CA) x 9, (CB), (CA) x 4

          ← Row 45 [RS]: (CA) x 4, (CB), (CA) x 19, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 8

          → Row 46 [WS]: (CA) x 10, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 22

          ← Row 47 [RS]: (CA) x 21, (CB) x 7, (CA) x 11

          → Row 48 [WS]: (CA) x 12, (CB) x 15, (CA) x 12

           

          Moonrose Mountain Tapestry Crochet Along WEEK 3 instructions will be added below!! 

          Make sure to share your progress pics on Ravelry and in our Facebook Group for a chance to show off your work and win prizes too! 

          MOONRISE MOUNTAIN TAPESTRY

          CAL WEEK 3:

          * Laid Flat Measures 11″ wide x 15″ long

          • USING H/8 5.0 MM HOOK
          • CA= Purple/Celestial CB= Gray/Moonlight
          • Carry the non-working yarn throughout design, working around it for each stitch.
          • andindicate the direction to work
          • Begin by chaining 40, working the 1st st of Row 1 into 2nd ch from hook.
          • Do NOT ch 1 at the beginning of each row.

          ← Row 49 [RS]: (CA) x 14, (CB) x 11, (CA) x 10, (CB), (CA) x 3

          → Row 50 [WS]: (CA) x 3, (CB), (CA) x 13, (CB) x 5, (CA) x 17

          ← Row 51 [RS]: (CA) x 8, (CB), (CA) x 25, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 2

          → Row 52 [WS]: (CA) x 3, (CB), (CA) x 25, (CB) x 3, (CA) x 7

          ← Row 53 [RS]: (CA) x 8, (CB), (CA) x 26, (CB), (CA) x 3

          → Row 54 [WS]: (CA) x 39

          ← Row 55 [RS]: (CA) x 39

           

          Fasten off and weave in ends.

           

          Finishing Wall Tapestry:

          ADDING THE FRINGE:

          Step 1: Cut 39 pieces of yarn 16-17 inches long. I cut 29 pieces of Moonlight (gray) yarn and 10 pieces of Celestial (purple) yarn to match the stitches of Row 1.

          Step 2: Insert hook upward through outer st of (beginning chain) Row 1, place center of a piece of yarn over the hook and pull it down creating a loop. Pull both ends of the yarn through the loop and tug gently at the ends to tighten.

          Step 3: Repeat Step 2 for each st of Row 1, for a total of 39 pieces of fringe.

          Step 4: Trim ends evenly. An easy way to do this is to lay the piece down on a table, with the fringe laid flat and neat. Place a piece (or 2) of masking tape across the fringe where you plan to cut. You can leave all pieces the same length, or use 2 pieces of tape to create a triangular shape for visual interest.

           

           

          Finishing Wall Tapestry:

          ADDING THE STICK/DOWEL AND HANGER:

          Step 1: Cut a length of yarn about 3.5 – 4 feet long depending on the thickness of your stick. With a tapestry needle, bring the yarn through the upper right corner stitch from the back. Place the stick along the top of the hanging. Stitch over the top of the stick and through the 3rd from right stitch, from back to front. 

          Step 2: Continue whip stitching around the stick along the top of the hanging. Stitch into every other stitch, working from back to front. Keep your stitches loose enough to leave a small gap between the stick and the top of the hanging. Add an extra stitch at both ends, tie off the ends and weave in for extra security. 

          Step 3: Cut an additional length of yarn or string 20 – 30” in length and tie to each end of the stick for hanging. Conceal ends as desired and hang up your work!

           

           

          Make sure to share your finished pics on Ravelry and in our Facebook Group for a chance to show off your work and win prizes too! 

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