Interweave Crochet Spring 2014

Interweave Crochet Spring 2014 features 20 projects to welcome warm weather. From scarves and wraps for the cooler end of the season to lacy tops and tunics to ease in summer, you'll find the right project to crochet. Learn the best way to hold your crochet hook, and then explore techniques from Tunisian to lacework to extended stitches. 

On Newsstands March 18, 2014

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THE EARTH STIRS

Lattice Pullover
Andrea Graciarena


Gobelin Scarf
Barbara Kreuter


Convergence Top
Linda Skuja


 
THE CAT'S MEOW


Clara Bows
Brenda K. B. Anderson




Betty Sweater
Moon Eldridge


Twirl Socks
Vicki Brown


Canary Wrap
Sharon Ballsmith
 

 


Vilma Waistcoat
Anniken Allis

 


Zelda Cloche
Brenda K. B. Anderson

Pickford Dress
Vicki Brown
 
RIBBONS OF LACE


Lotus Sweater
Megan Granholm




Filigree Shell
Natasha Robarge


Lady Grey Tunic
Anniken Allis


Mentha Cardigan
Dora Ohrenstein

 


Buttercream Shawl
Annette Petavy

 


Tucked Top
Nirmal Kaur Khalsa

Garden Dress
Kristin Omdahl
 
FEATURE PROJECTS



Fast and Fabulous:
Lantana Scarf

Theresa Schabes



Extended Stitch Kerchief

Vickie Howell


Book Excerpt: Pearls

Yumiko Alexander

 
 
 
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Features

Yarn Spotlight: Radiant Orchid!
by Marcy Smith

Have you heard? Pantone's color of the year for 2014 is Radiant Orchid. Explore 8 lovely yarns in luscious purple hues!

Learn more about these yarns here

 

Loose Ends: Lace About Extended Stitch Kerchief
by Vickie Howell

This project pairs a wispy, mohair-esque yarn with the extended treble stitch and a slightly larger-than-called-for hook to create a sweet, feminine kerchief.

 
Beyond the Basics: Know Your Hands
by Julia M. Chambers

Take a closer look at variations on crochet hook holds to learn which method will be the best for you.
 

Everyday Crochet: Sc2tog
by Kathryn Vercillo

Meet Sabrina Benton, a crocheter that gives back to the community through her crochet projects. 

 

Crochet Along with Us! (http://www.crochetme.com/content/Crochet-Along.aspx)


 


Buttercream Shawl: Join the offical CAL

 

 

 
 

 

Discover More on Crochet Me (http://www.crochetme.com/content/crochetmemore.aspx)

 


Buttercream Shawl: Learn to care for your mohair.

Discover the inner workings of this luxurious fiber.

 

 
 
 

Lantana Scarf: See how fast & fabulously we we made our fast & fabulous projects!

Take a peak at some of our staff projects of this F&F scarf.

 
 
 

Lattice Pullover: Make seams with a professional look.

Tips and tricks for a great seam to finish your garment. (Check back on soon for the link!)

 
 
 

Clara Bows: Assemble your Clara Bows.

A tutorial to guide you through your Clara Bow construction

 
 

Canary Wrap: Weave ends into lace with a clean finish. 

A guide to weaving in ends into lace

 

 
 



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