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on: September 30, 2011 06:45:18 PM 
Started by Geniale, Message by Geniale
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Here's a panel I made in Tunisian crochet: It is an actual, functional maze, with entry and exit points.
Crocheted with Bernat Mosaic (Psychedelic) and a worsted weight black acrylic.

Since many expressed interest in the pattern, here it is!
*NEW*There are now two versions of the chart: the purple has an easy solution and the blue is hard to solve.

Disclaimer: I worked many hours on making these charts so I ask that, should you use it for any kind of project, you credit me (Jennifer Bush) for it. I also ask that you not sell items that you have made with it online (offline is fine).

I made the one pictured in Tunisian crochet, but you could use other techniques such as tapestry crochet or knitting.

In black: Ch 47. Work 2 rows of tss.
Begin chart: Always work 1st and last stitch of row in black (not included in the chart), except for the row where the entrance to the maze is, you'll want to work the first st in your cc.
Finishing: End with 1 row of tss in black, but work the stitch where the maze exit is in you cc. Fasten off.

Ch = chain
Cc = contrasting colour
Tss = Tunisian simple stitch

Please let me know if you make this, I'd LOVE to see pictures Cheesy
Enjoy !!!
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