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TAGS: Crochet

  • Interweave Crochet Home 2015

    Welcome Home! Interweave Crochet Home features more than 35 crochet projects in a range of skill levels that transform your house to a home, from the entry way to the back porch, and every room in between. Crochet trivets and placemats, throws and pillows, an ottoman and a couple rugs, as well as shawls to keep you toasty while you crochet your new favorite thing for your home.

    On Newsstands November 4, 2014

  • Crochetscene 2014

    This special oversized issue of Crochetscene features 35+ on-trend crochet projects designed with the new crocheter in mind, but engaging enough for experienced crocheters. Clear, easy-to-follow patterns— as well as a special step-by-step How to Crochet section— allow you to make fabulous garments quickly and without angst.  Wrap crochet into your lifestyle with these quick yet refined projects— garments, accessories, home dec projects, bags and more— that let you proclaim that you are a crocheter. 

    On Newsstands August 12, 2014

  • Interweave Crochet Accessories 2014

    This special issue of Interweave Crochet Accessories has more than 40 brand-new projects. Ridiculously cute hats for kids and toys-including cornhole beanbags - make great gifts to enjoy all year. Explore a range of techniques: Tunisian, Tunisian entrelac, edgeless cables, intarsia, tapestry, lacework, and more! Expand your design horizons with Megan Kreiner in Amigurumi 101 and with Karen Ratto-Whooley in Build a Bag. Small projects will help you bust your stash as you crochet through these patterns for hats, cowls, scarves, mitts, socks, and more. You'll turn to these projects again and again.

    On Newsstands November 5, 2013

  • 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


  • Crochet Accessories 2011

    This super special issue is the largest issue of Interweave Crochet Accessories ever! With more than 59 brand new projects, you'll be crocheting well into the new year and beyond. In addition to 14 one-skein projects, the issue includes a slew of stash-busting projects. For beginning crocheters, there is a guide to crochet that includes a freeform bag pattern great for crocheters of all levels. Small projects let you practice Tunisian, double-ended crochet, lace, intarsia, threadwork, and more.

    You'll find the perfect gift for everyone on your list, along with projects that you'll turn to again and again.

  • 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.