Explore all the recent issues of Interweave Crochet magazine, with all the patterns and fiber adventures that drive our deep love for crocheting. Take look through the designs from each issue with additional pictures and close-ups, plus find links to additional resources to help you learn and discover more on Crochet Me. Featuring original crochet patterns plus tips and techniques to help improve your skills, each issue is a wealth of crochet inspiration for all skill levels.
Crochet Winter 2014 features more than 20 projects for cold weather.
From shawls, sweater patterns, coats, crochet accessories, and even
crochet patterns for kids, this issue features crochet lace, colorwork,
and Tunisian crochet techniques.
On Newsstands December 16, 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
On Newsstands September 17, 2013
The Summer 2013 issue of Interweave Crochet is filled with floaty
crochet lace, perfect for hot days. Explore the Solomon's Knot with
eight stunning designs, guided by Vashti Braha's clear, gentle
instruction. The 23 delicious designs include tunics, shawls, jewelry,
tops, and a skirt, as well as a backpack to carry your latest
work-in-progress. Dive in!
On Newsstands June 17, 2013
The Spring 2013 issue of Interweave Crochet is brimming with light lacy
layers. Explore crochet techniques-Bruges or beaded crochet or textured
crochet stitches-or get hooked into instant gratification with shawls,
dusters, cardigans, tunics, and skirts. Discover thread crochet with
elegant crochet jewelry and try a recipe for crochet gloves.
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
Ready for the colors of autumn? The Fall 2012 issue of Interweave Crochet explores a range of crochet color techniques, including tapestry crochet, mosaic crochet, Fair Isle and more. Projects feature designs by color guru Kathy Merrick, as well as Carol Ventura, Doris Chan (with a Rockin' Red Dress!) and more. Learn the basics of filet crochet and try your hand at Kathryn White's stunning dragon shawl. Maire Treanor concludes the Clones lace series with the history of the Clones knot and directions on joining motifs. Twenty timeless crochet patterns escort you into the fall season.
On Newsstands September 11, 2012
Looking for crochet
patterns that echo current trends, but also have long-term wearability? We've
got them in the Summer 2012 issue. Lacy cover-ups are perfectly suited to
poolside or summer parties. Retro stripes grace crochet tops and dresses.
Explore the Turkish edgings called oya,
and adorn your own garments and home decor with a variety of crocheted edgings.
Also, Maire Treanor's series on Clones lace continues with motifs for leaves
and a winsome scroll. Twenty-two projects—some of which you'll want to make in several
colors—will keep your hook engaged through the summer.
On Newsstands June 12, 2012
Hairpin lace gets
an update in this Spring issue with four decidedly modern designs, including
one by hairpin lace diva Jennifer Hansen. You can give your spring wardrobe a
kick with four Essential Shells and five Swingy Skirts. Our Sock Series wraps
up with two toe-up socks designs, plus tips for making custom-fit socks. Maire
Treanor's series on Clones lace continues with motifs for grapes, vines, and
leaves. We also welcome Vickie Howell and her new column. Altogether, you'll find
26 projects to keep your hook busy until summer.
Who says lace is just for summer? In this issue, we
explore lace for winter with several big, bold winter lace designs and a
handful of fine lace designs, to add a light touch of lace to your
burly winter garb. And socks! We have three ways to make socks,
including fabulous Pamir slip-stitch socks. Maire Treanor's series on
Clones lace continues with two shamrock designs. Add some jackets and
vests, as well as a blanket, and it all adds up to 22 projects to cheer
you through winter.
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.
We pay homage to the dainty doily in this issue with 23 fresh designs for summer. Learn the history of the doily and crochet modern interpretations in shawls, tunics, bowls, and jewelry, as well as a bag and a tablecloth. Cardigans and pullovers featuring delicate pattern stitches are perfect for warmer weather. You'll find a few darling designs for children as well as a sneak peek at our upcoming series on Clones lace. Plus: Betsy Greer's Craftivism column focuses on comfort shawls. And we wrap up the Chain Reaction Afghan Project with assembly instructions and a chain border.
Lacy loveliness and fabulous projects for children are the hallmarks of this issue, with twenty-five bright designs for spring.
Learn left- and right-handed broomstick techniques as well as new Tunisian techniques, then use your newfound skills to create beautiful garments.
Check out our new definition of twin sets: a single pattern with different detailing for boys and girls; a girl and doll matching set; and two playsets in compatible colors for sisters or BFFs.