Crochet Accessories 2012

 

This special issue of Interweave Crochet Accessories has more than 50 brand-new projects. A festive section is designed especially for the winter holidays, with a tree skirt, garland, snowflakes, a plush dreidel and more. Explore a new-to-you technique: broomstick, Tunisian, tapestry, cables, threadwork, crocodile stitch, and more. Or take on a new-to-just-about-everyone technique: reversible intarsia, which is explained by Laurinda Reddig, who includes a small and large project. More small projects will help you transform your yarn stash into a gift stash. Patterns for hats, scarves, and shawls will keep you crocheting through the winter months, with projects that you'll turn to again and again. 


On Newsstands November 6, 2012

 

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SWIRLY-GO-ROUND

Textured Swirl Hat
Linda Permann




Cabled Spiral Hat
Melisa Darnieder

Corded Spiral Slouch
Brenda K. B. Anderson

 
GRAPHIC DESIGNS

Asymmitered Scarf
Kathy Merrick



Bearsden Plaid Scarf
Robyn Chachula

Argyle Hat
Lily Chin

Delta Headband
Nirmal Kaur Khalsa

Bitmap Cowl
Lily Chin


Mitla Purse
Carol Ventura

 

Elvis 1973 Scarf
Karen Ratto-Whooley
 
 
THANKS FOR THE HATS!

Flash Hats
Victoria Hewerdine Thornton





 
REACH FOR THE STARS


Corona Borealis Scarf
Kathy Merrick




Pleiades Shawl
Chelsea Norquay-Wales


Vega Cowl
April Garwood
 
 
ONCE UPON A TIME


Lisa Loo
Brenda K. B. Anderson




Happy Day Playmat
Laurinda Reddig


Casey the Crocodile Scarf
Jennifer Cirka


Love Ewe Nesting Dolls
Sarah Read
 
BUTTONS & BOWS


Francie's Hat
Sara Kay Hartmann




Curtsy Wrap
Janet Brani


Scrivener Cloche
Annie Modesitt


Evening Blooms Purse
Robyn Chachula
 
TEXTURAL INTERPLAY


Diamond Carat Scarf
Dora Ohrenstein




Fennel Hat
Ellen Gormley


Little Hearts Cowl
Linda Permann


Polka Hat
Linda Skuja
 
NATURAL WONDERS


Falling Leaves Scarf
Kathy Merrick




Almandine Shawlette
Anastasia Popova


Fleur-de-Lis Shawl
Jill Wright
 
Fire Flower Hair Clip
Brenda K. B. Anderson
 
TRUFFLES


Tahitian Shawl
Sigrid Arnott




Zauber Shawl
Rebekah Thompson


Madeline Stole
Sharon Zientara


Natalie Cowl
Shelby Allaho


Zylphia Necklace & Earrings
Robyn Chachula




Bewitched Shawlette
Karen E. Hooton

 
MAKE IT FESTIVE


Holiday Lights Garland
Linda Permann




Pine Trees
Yumiko Alexander


Stellar Snowflakes
Connie Lee Lynch


Graphic Ornaments
Lily Chin


Granny Tree Skirt
Beth Nielsen




Dreidel Plushie
Robyn Chachula


Slippers for the Family
Candi Jensen
 
BOOK EXCERPT: CLEVER CROCHET ACCESSORIES



Kings County Pork Pie Hat
Brett Bara


     
 
FEATURE PROJECTS



Purple Beanie
Vickie Howell



Reversible Intarsia Book Cozy
Laurinda Reddig
   
 
 
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Features

Yarn Spotlight: Fiber Bounty
by Marcy Smith

Ahoy! Clap yer eyes on this booty—gold, silver, pearls, bullion aplenty. In yaaarn, ye has silk, cashmere, qiviut. Weigh anchor and sift ye through this bounty.

 
Reversible Intarsia
by Laurinda Reddig

Learn how to create intarsia crochet that is completely reversible.
 
Best. Pom-pom. Ever.
by Victoria Hewerdine-Thornton

Create perfect pom-poms with these easy instructions.
 

Stitch Purple
by Vickie Howell

Vickie Howell founded the Purple Stitch Project to benefit babies, children, and teens with epilepsy.

 
Castaway Crochet

We asked a few of our favorite crochet people what they would want with them if they found themselves stranded on a deserted island.
Discover More on Crochet Me

 


Broomstick Techniques

Learn to create beautiful broomstick crochet lace.

 

 
 
 

Stiffening Techniques

Get tips for stiffening your crochet projects.

 
 
 

Double-ended Tunisian Crochet

This great tutorial shows you how to work double-ended Tunisian crochet in the round.

 
 
 

Blocking

Learn to block your lace projects.

 
 

Jewelry Techniques


Learn tips and tricks for making crochet jewelry!

 
 



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on Oct 23, 2012 12:04 PM

It's here! The new issue of Interweave Crochet Accessories 2012 is in the Crochet Me Shop , and I

on Oct 24, 2012 2:32 PM

Spring is an ideal time to whip up a few crochet projects for the babies in your life. I have a new niece

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on Nov 5, 2012 1:23 PM

Where can I find the rest of the Castaway Island picks on Crochet Me? Thanks!

on Dec 10, 2012 10:18 AM

Yarn Spotlight in the the Winter 2013 issue of Interweave Crochet features Yarn Muffins—tiny balls

on Dec 12, 2012 11:41 AM

Some of my favorite projects are quick, single skein accessories. Many of these crochet hats, mitts,

on Dec 13, 2012 4:17 PM

Greetings, Crochet Friends! How goes your holiday stitching? I'm popping in to the blog just before

on Dec 14, 2012 11:01 AM

Have you ever looked at a piece of broomstick crochet and thought., "how intimidating "? Well

on Dec 17, 2012 12:28 PM

Last Friday, I, like many of you, found myself unable to focus on sustained tasks. As news of the Connecticut

on May 1, 2013 4:58 AM

The first thing I do after finishing a project, and to be honest at several steps during the crocheting

on Jun 3, 2013 2:39 PM

Whether it is a simple crocheted flower, a fun or funky hat, an innovative bag, or an eye-catching scarf