Interweave Crochet Fall 2019

Check out Interweave Crochet and take your crocheting to the next level! This is your single best source for crochet news, ideas, articles, and best of all — patterns! Enjoy the best crochet projects in addition to expert guidance with techniques and step-by-step instruction. Whether you have a wealth of experience or are just starting your crocheting journey, Interweave Crochet magazine is a must read.

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What are you crocheting this fall? We’d argue that autumn is the best season to pick up a crochet project. As the weather cools off, the sweater or blanket you’ve been working on fills up more of your lap. There are sheep and wool festivals to get you in the mood to work with something woolly and afternoons in the stands at a sporting event to keep you entertained while stitching a simple project. And it’s not just kids who go back to school; September is a great time for people of all ages to pick up some new skills. We asked the staff of Interweave Crochet what they’re looking forward to making this fall. Managing Editor Laura Hulslander pictures herself making a cozy afghan by a roaring fireplace. Project Editor Susanna Tobias has…

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crochet us

Group Editorial Director, Yarn & Fiber Anne Merrow Editor Sara Dudek Managing Editor Laura Hulslander Project Editor Susanna Tobias Contributing Editor Amy Gunderson Assistant Editors Julia Pillard, Elizabeth Prose Technical Editors Joan Beebe, Jenny Brigham, Jean Clement, Tian Connaughton, Lindsay Glenn, Kristine Mullen, Daniela Nii Copy Editor Laurel Robinson Proofreader Nancy Arndt Advertising Manager Diane Kocal Ad Trafficker Lori Hauser Senior Marketing Manager Jessi Rodriguez Newsstand Sales Scott T. Hill ( Group Art Director Emily Simpson Art Director Kerry Jackson Production Designer Mark Dobroth Photography Harper Point Photography Additional Photography Matt Graves Styling Tina Gill Hair and Makeup Beauty on Location Studio Technical Illustration Joan Beebe, Jean Clement, Lindsay Glenn, Kristine Mullen, Daniela Nii Director of Content Tiffany Warble Media Sales Director Julie Macdonald Sr. Director of Marketing and Operations Kim Greenlee Chief Executive Officer Gregory J. Osberg SVP, Group Publisher David Pyle VP, Magazines John Phelan VP, Product and Strategy Josiah Klebaner VP, Finance Jordan Bohrer Newsstand Sales…

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holiday gift guide

Makers' Mercantile 206-747-7121 Crochet the day away with gorgeous McLana and Lola Bobbles! Both yarns are 50%wool/50%acrylic and are produced and hand wound in Germany. Put up on 200g and 500g bobbles respectively, you will have plenty of yardage and color changes in just one bobble at a great price! Mountain Meadow Wool 307-684-5775 “Touch the West” with Mountain Meadow Wool Check out our fun kits which make great gifts for your favorite fiber lover. Kits include everything you need! Makers' Mercantile 206-747-7121 Make the Holidays bright with this complete set of ergonomic crochet hooks by addi. These ergonomic hooks are curved, and feature a hint of flexibility, which ensures years of comfortable making. Jimmy Beans Wool 877-529-5648 The Jimmy Beans Wool Craftvent Calendar is a 25-day countdown crochet-along that begins December 1st, leaving you with a gorgeous garment by Christmas…

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reading nook

Colourful Wayuu Bags to Crochet: A Guide to Making Tapestry Crochet Bags Rianne de Graaf, Search Press The colorful, geometric-patterned bags of the Wayuu people, who are native to Colombia and Venezuela, provided the inspiration for the 10 projects in Rianne de Graaf’s new book. Start your journey of mochilas (Spanish for “backpack”) with the Small Hourglass Bag designed with beginners in mind. Full-color photos guide you step-by-step through the basic tapestry-crochet technique. Learn how to finish your bag with a woven shoulder strap and kumihimo-braid drawstring. Rianne also provides troubleshooting tips and advice on selecting cotton yarn and the appropriate size of hook. Paperback, 96 pages, $15.95, ISBN 9781782216742 Crocheted Succulents: Cacti & Other Succulent Plants to Make Emma Varnam, Guild of Master Craftsman Publications and Taunton Press Cultivate your passion for houseplants and crochet…

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a twist on cables

Which one is your favorite? TRADITIONAL METHOD Wheatfield Cabled Capelet By Bonnie Barker, page 10, pattern page 28 A combination of front post treble back cross and front cross stitches form the columns of these wheat cables. Each column consists of an opposing pair of cable stitches, and the repeated twists help the cable stitches pop out dramatically. The lower edge features a Celtic weave pattern, which some crocheters consider to be a form of cable. Journey Home Cardigan By Michelle Moore, page 12, pattern page 30 In the diamond cable, the combination of extended single crochets and post stitches avoids the holes that can form around cable crossings. The center diamond is an example of traveling cables, while the straight cables at the edges twist in simple columns. TRADITIONAL METHOD Pie Bake Cardigan By Natasha Robarge, page 18, pattern…

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wheatfield cabled capelet

As the weather turns cooler, we’re often looking for the perfect piece to throw over our shoulders to warm up. This is it! Worked in a gorgeous heathered wool from the top down, it’s a staple piece you’ll be reaching for all through the season. YARN Kelbourne Woolens Scout. DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 18" long and 64½ " end circumference, fastened. YARN Kelbourne Woolens Scout (100% wool; (274 yd [251 m]/3½ oz [100 g]; 3): #709 sunflower heather, 5 hanks. HOOK Size H/8 (5 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge. NOTIONS Leather snaps, 5; yarn needle. GAUGE 14 sts and 13 rows = 4" in background patt. NOTES — See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you don’t know. Visit our master glossary at— Beginning chains do not count as stitches unless otherwise…