Interweave Crochet, Summer 2014

Eolande Shawlette
Kathryn White


Breena Necklace and Earrings
Kathyrn White


Buttercup Drink Veils
Mary Beth Temple
Rosalie Wrap
April Garwood
Faylinn Teacups
Susan Lowman


Tianna Wrap
Daniela Nii

Shasta Dress
Dora Ohrenstein

Free Spirit Tunic
Natasha Robarge

Sundance Dress
Moon Eldridge

Caravan Tablecloth
Joyce Bragg


Scout Bag
Donna Childs


Gypsy Pants
Doris Chan

Gypsy Boxers
Doris Chan

Argosy Top
Lily Chin

Maze Vest
Vashti Braha

Dancette Dress
Laurinda Reddig

Wonderwheel Top
Jenny King

Mirth Cardi
Jenny King

Fast and Fabulous:
Scamp Bandana
April Garwood

Loose Ends: Glamp Wrap
Vickie Howell

Hope Blooms
Jenny King




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Yarn Spotlight: Hand-Dyed Blooms
by Marcy SmithEager to revel in color, we explore several hand-dyed yarns for summer. Ranging in weights, these yarns are united by attention to glorious hues. You can achieve various effects in crochet fabric depending on the length of the colors and abruptness of the color change.
Loose Ends: Glamp Wrap
by Vickie Howell

The Glamp Wrap is perfect for draping around your shoulders while you saunter in the woodlands-or across the campsite to pour yourself another glass of wine. It’s worked in alternating rows of double crochet and broomstick lace. 
Combat Crochet 
by Julia M. Chambers

Meet Samantha Nerove, U.S. Army, Retired, and learn how crochet helped to bring joy to Iraq despite the terrors of war.
Everyday Crochet
by Kathryn Vercillo
A car accident in 2000 left Vicki Sulfaro in fear that she would never be able to crochet again. As it turned out, crochet played a key role in her recovery and Vicki has turned it around so that she can give back to the world. 
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Eolande Shawlette: Join the official CALJoin us to begin the CAL on May 29th




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Scout Bag: Crochet a lining for your Scout Bag. 



Maze Vest: Tunisian crochet two yarn weights with a double-ended hook. 


Faylinn Teacups: Shape your teacup and saucer. 


Breena Necklace and Earrings: Add dimension with a padding cord. 
Eolande Shawlette: How to handle those 1,735 beads. 

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Inside Interweave Crochet Magazine
Lindsay Jarvis

About Lindsay Jarvis

Lindsay Jarvis is the Products and Promotions Editor for Interweave Jewelry. New to jewelry making, she comes from the yarn-filled world of Interweave, working in the past for Interweave Crochet magazine and then for Interweave Books. She has always been fascinated by the arts, fashion, and crafting. Years ago, after picking up a pamphlet on how to knit, she suddenly became fixated on fiber and began learning as much as possible. Lindsay’s designs can be seen in Interweave Knits, Interweave Crochet, and Interweave Crochet Home. Eager to absorb as much as possible about jewelry, she is ready to experience all of the mistakes and triumphs of a being a beginner all over again. When not tangled up in yarn or metal, Lindsay loves to walk her two toy poodles, play around with vintage fashions, watch old movies, and attend ballet classes.