Crochet, Winter 2013

Find dynamic styles as well as timeless classics in the Winter 2013 issue of Interweave Crochet. Art Nouveau gets a twist with stylish crochet patterns inspired by Downton Abbey. Winter whites go ethereal in lightweight yarns for a bit of layering warmth. The Essential Pullover presents three different silhouettes, one just right for you. Rather have a cardi? Linda Permann shows you how to convert a pullover to a cardigan and vice versa. Plus, we've got great crochet sweaters for guys and the only crochet mitten pattern you'll ever need. Twenty wintry projects will keep you busy until spring. 

On Newsstands December 18, 2012




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Crochet Nouvean

Lady Sybil Cloche
Brenda K. B. Anderson

Daisy Peplum
Mary Jane Hall

Lady Edith Jacket
Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby

Anna Cloche
Janet Brani

Lady Mary Skirt
Doris Chan


The Essential Pullover

Blueberry Popover 2.0
Anastasia Popova

Pluto Pullover
Linda Permann

Dana Cowl Pullover
Beth Nielsen
Wisps of Winter

Ghost Cone Scarf
Sue Perez

Quartz Lace Top
Dora Ohrenstein

Mica Pullover
Kathy Merrick

Vapor Scarf
Dora Ohrenstein
Weekend Retreat

Tip-Top Sweater
Brenda K. B. Anderson

Rist Canyon Shawl
Kathy Merrick

Pinebark Scarf
Laurinda Reddig

Waldo Sweater
Peter Franzi

Fire Whirl Hat
Shelby Allaho


Art Nouveau Bullion Necklace
Donna Kay Lacey

Vickie Howell

Basic Mitten Recipe
Karen Ratto-Whooley


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Yarn Spotlight: Yarn Muffins
by Sharon Zientara

Tiny balls of yarn! Yarn companies have begun packaging their yarns in truffle-like portions, perfect for surface crochet, an edging, a motif, or a quick pom-pom.

Convert Your Cardigan or Pullover
by Linda Permann

Learn how to modify your cardigan pattern to make the perfect pullover or construct your pullover as a great cardigan.

Fishnets and Bra Wires, Oh My!
by Betsy Greer

What have you recycled/upcycled? From fishnet stockings to cassette tapes to underwire from old bras, beautiful crochet can come from any medium.


Tsk! It's a Tasket
by Vickie Howell

Create a stylish basket for your collection of buttons, hooks, stitch markers, yarn, and more.


Crochet Great Mittens!
by Karen Ratto-Whooley

Learn the math, anatomy, and construction of the ever useful mitten. Then use this knowledge to create your very own mitten designs.

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Crochet Buttons

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Felting Crochet

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Hooks and Gauge

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on Dec 10, 2012 10:18 AM

Yarn Spotlight in the the Winter 2013 issue of Interweave Crochet features Yarn Muffins—tiny balls

on Dec 14, 2012 10:40 AM

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Learn the "hoisting" method of bead crochet.

on May 1, 2013 3:49 AM

In the Winter 2013 issue of Interweave Crochet , we feature oodles of wonderful garments, many of which

on May 1, 2013 3:58 AM

Learn the "hoisting" method of bead crochet.

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