Interweave Crochet, Fall 2014

Interweave Crochet Fall 2014 features 20 projects to keep you stylishly warm this fall. Explore several colorwork methods, including intarsia, tapestry crochet, overlay post stitches and Tunisian stranded colorwork.  Then try your hook at other innovative crochet techniques on a small scale with collars and shrugs to spruce up your wardrobe in a jiffy. These projects will keep your mind, spirit and body engaged well into winter.

On Newsstands September 17, 2014



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Alpine Cardi Wrap
Daniela Nii

Trail Ridge Tote
Carol Ventura

Moraine Vest
Jill Hanratty

Aslant Skirt
Annastasia Cruz

Waves Vest
Dora Ohrenstein

Eagle Vest
Rohn Strong

Red Mesa Throw
Darla Fanton

Plains Hat
Suzanne Hirth


Mountain Forest Cardigan
Daniela Nii


Outback Tote
Nicoletta Tronci

Canyon Cowl
Janet Brani


Ruth Collar
Sue Perez

Joan Collar
Lynn Wasylkevych

Bette Bow Collar
Shelby Allaho

Greta Stole
Lindsay Jarvis


Carole Collar
P.K. Olson


Veronica Shawl
Dora Ohrenstein

Fast and Fabulous:
Mitered Scarf
Nirmal Kaur Khalsa

Loose Ends: Cabled Scarf

Vickie Howell

Book Excerpt: It Girl Crochet

 Shawl Gallé  
by Annette Petavy



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Yarn Spotlight: Gilded Yarns
by Marcy Smith

Like bees to nectar, we are drawn to things that shimmer. Unlike the bodacious bling of a few seasons ago, this fall's new "bling" yarn is soft, shimmery, and understated. Also, unlike some novelty yarns, this yarn slides more easily into everyday crocheted garments. It's perfect for an elegant stripe or trim on a garment. Here, we've rounded up some current sweet-as-honey yarns, along with suggested uses for each and notes on how they crochet. .


Parenthook: Cabled Scarf
by Vickie Howell

This issue's project explores both symmetry and asymmetry. The Set Aside Scarf includes a front post treble cable created with two three-stitch columns that wind around each other at even intervals. This meandering element is set slightly off the center point-or as I prefer to call it, "jauntily askew"-to make what could be a traditional stitch pattern a little less so. 


Everyday Crochet
by Kathryn Vercillo

Patrick Ahern learned to both knit and crochet from his mother during his last year of high school in his hometown of Woodland Hills, California. Pat, now thirty-three, continues to knit wearable items but prefers to use crochet to make art, using a variety of different stitches to create detailed two-dimensional and three-dimensional portraits. 


Crochet Along with Us! 



Veronica Shawl: Join the official CAL

Join us to begin the CAL on September 12





Discover More on Crochet Me 


Aslant Skirt: Tuck single crochet behind a half double crochet (link coming soon!)





Plains Hat: Master a clever Tunisian grafting technique




Greta Stole: Wrangling with faux fur 




Bette Bow Collar: Wear it all the ways.



Perez Collar: Learn more about the clever techniques in this collar!




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