Crochet, Fall 2011

In this issue, we ease you into autumn with twenty smart designs that offer both challenges and quick gratification. Combine broomstick lace with a shell pattern; turn Tunisian on its side in an entrelac pullover; twist tiny cables into hats; try a top-down raglan for a child. Begin your own Clones lace keepsake with Maire Treanor's first two motifs in her series on Clones lace. Get your hooks ready for a season of smart crochet.

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STUDY BREAK

Crochet Pattern
Purple Smoothie Vest
Dora Ohrenstein



Crochet Pattern
Green Chai Cardi
Jill Hanratty

Crochet Pattern
Betty’s Tunisian Tee
Tram Nguyen

 
ABOUT TOWN

Crochet Pattern
Lace Canopy Cardi Wrap
Simona Merchant-Dest



Crochet Pattern
Oak Wrap
Doris Chan

Crochet Scarf
Leaf Scarffle
Anne Lecrivain

Crochet Pattern
Honeysuckle Hat
Aparna Rolfe
Crochet Pattern
Atomic Hat
Linda Permann

Crochet Pattern
Birch Bark Scarf
Yumiko Alexander


 
NATURAL WONDERS

Crochet Pattern
Turtle Tracks Blanket
Lisa Naskrent



Crochet Pattern
Blueberry Popover
Anastasia Popova

Crochet Pattern
Caramel Cardigan
Annette Petavy

Crochet Pattern
Trailblazing Tote
Lily Chin

The Best Guy Hat Ever
Brenda K. B. Anderson

Hank and Joe Vest
Brenda K. B. Anderson
FEATURE PROJECTS


Fast and Fabulous: A Modern Jabot
Shelby Allaho


Craftivsim: Friendship Scarf
Interweave Crochet Staff
Download Free Pattern


Beyond the Basics: Small Rose and Wild Irish Rose
Maire Treanor
 
 
DEPARTMENTS AND FEATURES

  Departments

  • Strands
  • In the Loop
  • New & Notable
  • Back to Basics: Short Rows
  • Anatomy of a Crochet Stitch: The Chain Stitch
  • Glossary
  • Oops
  • Sources for Supplies
  • Advertisers' Index
  • Departures: Mending the Landscape

Features

Yarn Spotlight
by Marcy Smith
Explore alpaca yarns.

Fast & Fabulous: A Modern Jabot
by Shelby Allaho
Give a modern twist to a traditional accessory.

Beyond the Basics: Clones Lace
by Maire Treanor
Crochet your own clones story.

The Crochet Traveler: Kiev
by Dora Ohrenstein
Join Dora on a Ukrainian Independence Day Celebration.

Craftivism: Teaching and Learning
by Betsy Greer
Includes a braided scarf pattern.

Profile: Brenda K. B. Anderson
by Michelle Mach
Meet this innovative, whimsical designer.


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on May 8, 2013 12:02 AM

Love the oak wrap. rt57hgy6 What played a part in your final position? Who else respectfully shares your sentiment in relation to this matter? I'm awaiting your speedy response.

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