Crochet, Fall 2013

Explore rich cables and terrific textures in the Fall 2013 issue of Interweave Crochet. Crocheters of all levels will learn something new with bold spins on technique and construction, as well as a critical look at varying crochet hook structures. All together, you'll find 19 designs you need to make right now, including cardigans of all lengths, a pullover, a skirt, and innovative accessories.

On Newsstands September 17, 2013

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BACK TO SCHOOL

Equipoise Beret
Lily Chin



Asquint Skirt
Annie Modesitt

Perspective Purse
Ellen Gormley

Emergence Shawl
Kathryn White

Wavy Lines Cardigan
Kathy Merrick



       
 
WANDER


Better Than His Sweater
Amy Gunderson




Boulder Bolero
Doris Chan


Columbine Cardi
Robyn Chachula


Chautauqua Cardi Wrap
Shannon Mullet-Bowlsby
 
       
 
HAIKU


Great Wall Pullover
Moon Eldridge




Obi Scarf
Shelby Allaho


Umami Shrug
Annie Modesitt


Saoirse Stole
Doris Chan

 
LEAF BY LEAF


Rudens Scarf
Linda Skuja




Thistle Cowl
Victoria Hewerdine Thornton


Foxglove Wrap
Robyn Chachula

 
FEATURE PROJECTS



Fast and Fabulous: Aspen Infinity Cowl
Linda Permann



Hexapop Blanket
Vickie Howell


Book Excerpt: Rivuline Shawl
Vashti Braha

 
 
 
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Features

Yarn Spotlight: Organic Yarns
by Marcy Smith

How important is organic yarn? Organic yarn is kinder to the environment, and by purchasing it, you demonstrate your support for these practices. It is also easier on sensitive skin.

Explore more great organic yarns in the blogs.

 
Parenthook: Crochet a Hug
by Vickie Howell

A handmade blanket is the perfect way to send a reminder of your love with a child, whether they are headed to their first day of kindergarten or off to college.
 
Beyond the Basics: Be Captain of Your Hooks
by Julia M. Chambers

This is the first of a two-part series on hooks and  handholds. In this  first part, Julia explains the differences in crochet hooks and suggests the best uses for different types.
 

Everyday Crochet: Freestyle
by Kathryn Vercillo

Discover young crocheter Ikea Vandross. She has  combined freestyle crochet with her interests in fashion, portraiture, and other forms to create a variety of art.

 
Discover More on Crochet Me

 


Boulder Bolero: Crochet Buttons

Learn how to create crochet buttons.

 

 
 
 

Great Wall Pullover: Colorwork Tricks

Learn how to crochet colorwork tips and tricks.

 
 
 

Asquint Skirt: Explore Colorways

Explore techniques to create gorgeous colorways.

 
 
 

Obi Scarf: Surface Single Crochet

Discover tips for working surface single crochet.

 
 

Saoirse Stole: Style it All the Ways

Explore stylish ways to wear a crochet stole.

 
 



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on Jul 22, 2014 4:48 PM

This episode of Telly award-winning Knitting Daily TV with Vickie Howell is all about crochet! Since