Crochet Accessories 2010

Small though they are, accessories enrich our lives in many ways. Their most practical purpose is to provide warmth, but really, accessories are a style statement. With more than forty brand-new designs for accessories, as well as tips and techniques to help crocheters of all skill levels complete the projects, Accessories will be a go-to resource throughout the year.

Plus a guide to crocheting with luxury yarns, a basic hat pattern for several sizes, and a pattern for mitts for the whole family.

Resources

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"It is a beautiful publication! In the flood of incredible knitting patterns it's a challenge to find chic and beautiful crochet.  So happy to have found you!"
-Kim B.

"I am HOOKED and LOVE this magazine!  Thank you for the fresh articles and new spin on design and clothing!  "
-Cheryl K.

" I really enjoy reading your magazine!  It's sooo nice to see projects that are interesting and elegant!"
-Sue R.

"This is simply the best crochet magazine ever.  Classy, well-written, and relevant all describe the magazine."
-Natasha

 

EVERYDAY SCARVES

Knitting Pattern
Ekaterina's Tapestry Shawl
Carol Ventura



Knitting Pattern
Galen's Manly Scarf and Hat
Anne Lecrivain

Knitting Pattern
Marcelle’s Fancy Neck Wrap
Sheryl Means

Knitting Pattern
Avery's Wavy Scarf
April Garwood

Knitting Pattern
Carmen's Jazz Scarf
Sue B. Balcom



Knitting Pattern
Diana's Blossom Scarf
Andrea Sanchez

Knitting Pattern
Piper's Chain Scarf
Shelby Allaho

Knitting Pattern
Maria's Scarf
Sarah Barbour
 
FANCY SCARVES

Knitting Pattern
Nina's Beaded Scarf
Lana Holden


Knitting Pattern
Beatrice's Scarf
Robyn Chachula


Knitting Pattern
Claudia's Capelet
Judith L. Swartz


Knitting Pattern
Tara’s Tunisian Scarf
Ellen Gormley

 
STEAMPUNK

Knitting Pattern
Sarah's Steampunk Collar
Brenda K. B. Anderson



Knitting Pattern
Betty's Button-Up Mitts
Brenda K. B. Anderson


 
 
SOCKS AND MITTS

Knitting Pattern
One for All Family of Mitts
Doris Chan



Knitting Pattern
Sydney's Sideways Socks
Brenda K. B. Anderson

Knitting Pattern
Shirley's Socks
Bonnie Paul

Knitting Pattern
Laura's Lacy Mittens
Brenda K. B. Anderson
Knitting Pattern
Peggy's Leg Warmers
Mary Beth Temple


 
HATS

Knitting Pattern
Julia's Hat
Natasha Robarge



Knitting Pattern
Sandra's Bandanna
Dora Ohrenstein


Audrey's Lace Cap
Dora Ohrenstein

Knitting Pattern
Boyfriend Beanie
Melissa Horozewski
Knitting Pattern
Goldilocks's Family of Hats
Marty Miller
Knitting Pattern
Zoe's New Wave Hat and Mitts
Maureen Basher
Knitting Pattern
Gloria's Happy Hat
Dora Ohrenstein

 
BAGS

Knitting Pattern
Eliza's Felted Bag
Rhonda Davis


Knitting Pattern
Brenda's Basketweave Bag
Faina Goberstein


Knitting Pattern
Beverly's Felted Tote
Leslie Johnson


Knitting Pattern
Carolyn's Cabled Purse
Ellen Gormley
 
JEWELRY

Knitting Pattern
Victoria's Choker Necklace
Tracie Barrett



Knitting Pattern
Ella's Headband
Robyn Chachula

Knitting Pattern
Genevieve's Belt
Shelby Allaho

Knitting Pattern
Marguerite's Earrings
Brenda K. B. Anderson
Knitting Pattern
Tatiana's Earrings and Cuff
Robyn Chachula

Knitting Pattern
Phoebe's Cuff
Annie Modesitt

Knitting Pattern
Elegant Silk Purse
Kristin Spurkland

 
DEPARTMENTS AND FEATURES

  Departments

  • Strands
  • In the Loop
  • New & Notable
  • Glossary
  • Sources for Supplies
  • Advertisers' Index

Features

Treat Yourself to Yarn Delectables
by Dora Ohrenstein
A taste of luxury yarn is a special treat.

Tunisian Basics
Learn how to Tunisian crochet.

Circle in on the Perfect Hat
by Marty Miller
Discover the steps to create your own hat.
Craftivism: Sharing Crochet
by Betsy Greer
Share the gift of skills and time.

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on Jul 16, 2013 9:04 PM

I really enjoy these issues but I hope they are available in more retail stores. Does anyone know where they are available?

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