No other magazine brings you more inspirational designs that are perfectly suited to fit so many styles and skill levels. Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned crocheter, these patterns will help you improve your crochet skills! Don’t miss out on the best tips, tricks and helpful techniques.
Reading Nook • Explore year-round crochet décor with these three new titles!
Crochet Essentials • Be ready for anything with these fundamental supplies.
Grand Gardens • Inspired by garden parties and great estates, these nine projects are perfect for picking flowers and playing croquet on the lawn.
In the Garden Throw
Double Bud Rug
Fallen Petals Duster
Lily Pond Afghan
Leaf Crest Wrap
Labyrinth Wall Hanging
MOSAIC CROCHET A New Take on Colorwork • I have long been familiar with using the mosaic-knitting technique to create fancy graphic designs and have recently been exploring the use of this approach in crochet as well. It is a wonderful crochet colorwork technique that uses a single color per row and foundational crochet techniques (chain, single crochet, double crochet), making it very accessible to the adventurous beginning crocheter and interesting enough for the advanced crocheter.
Modern Geometry • Brush off your math skills and pull out your graphing calculator! These seven projects use sharp angles and parabolic shaping to create bold and dramatic looks.
Stripes Collision Tunic
Modern Grid Market Tote
Midnight Graphique Scarf
Starfish and Surf Top
Arbor Lace Runner
Crochet for Good: SMALL PROJECTS, HUGE IMPACT • There are many factors that motivate yarn crafters to donate their handcrafted items to charitable causes. Inspiration may come from a personal experience, a particular passion for a specific cause, or a sense of civic duty in giving back and paying it forward. Whatever the reason or end goal, creating handmade items for charity can be extremely rewarding for both the donor and the recipient.