Simply Crochet 114

Simply Crochet is full of creative ideas for anyone who loves - or would love to learn - crochet. Crochet is a wonderfully versatile craft with endless possibilities of creative things to make. Inside you will find beautiful designs for the home, fashionable accessories to wear and gift ideas for all occasions. From lampshade covers to shawls, toys to blankets and gadget cosies to cardigans, Simply Crochet is a must-buy for creative crafters looking for new things to make. With clear, easy-to-follow instructions to ensure the best possible results every time, you'll be hooked on handmade from the very first page!***Please note: This digital version of the magazine does not include the covermount items you would find on the printed newsstand copies. ***

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back to cool

Has summer gone already? Think smart and be ready for the colder days ahead with our classic cable outdoor makes collection on page 14. There's also cosy garments and accessories in our Autumn Essentials bonus booklet too so you'll be set for the new season. Looking for homewares? We've got a quick granny square throw on page 74, a fun and useful pompom basket on page 54 and a nifty use for pre-loved denim in the stunning cushion on page 41. Please share your makes on Instagram tagged #sctreblemaker, or on our Facebook group Simply Crochet SCtreblemakers, as we love to see them!…

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HANNAH CROSS Crochet designer Hannah is also a blogger and runs HanJan Crochet. She loves designing simple yet detailed crochet patterns for everyone to try. See her headband on page 20. NATALIE BEARD Natalie has always been a passionate crafter and loves to get creative for and with her four daughters. Crochet is her favourite though! Check out her backpack on page 56. MARJAN GOUDA Marjan is a designer who loves crocheting modern accessories and home decor. She hopes to inspire other makers to crochet, craft and create. Find her throw on page 74. PAT STRONG Pat learned the craft of crochet from her grandmother and now she’s passing her love of it on to the world through her designs. Check out her baby onesie on page 49. OTHER CONTRIBUTORS Ellie’s Craft Boutique, Hannah Cross, Ana D, Caroline Davies,…

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two-tone treat

Turn heads and flaunt your confident side with the Half & Half Sweater by Liliana Buce-Chmelko. This V-neck sweater is designed with spliced colour blocks, dropped shoulders and a relaxed fit for a contemporary casual look. Crocheted with silky-soft Scheepjes Eliza, there are 39 attractive shades to choose from, making it easy to customise the bold panels to suit your individual style. The Half & Half Sweater pattern is featured in YARN The After Party issue 88, which has the written pattern plus schematic.…

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marvel at merino

Merino wool is an amazing fibre and incredibly sought after for its softness. This 100% Merino wool by Marriner Yarns takes full advantage of the incredible properties of the natural fibre – evolved to keep sheep comfortable at temperatures ranging from 5 degrees to 95 degrees, it’s safe to say that it has truly perfected temperature regulation and sweat wicking. Merino wool is three or four times finer than human hair and very flexible, making it thinner and softer than most types of regular wool. Keen to get hooking? From brighter reds and deeper purple, to pale pastels and essential neutrals, the range of 18 shades will make sure you can crochet all of your Merino dreams!…

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a very british yarn

During the coronavirus lockdowns yarny artworks started appearing on the top of letterboxes across the UK. Adorned with animals, nurses and even the Queen, they became an outlet for people dealing with the pressures of lockdown. The book Lockdown Letterboxes was published to mark the end of the third lockdown and to raise funds for the charity YoungMinds. It features 16 case studies from around the country of people aged seven to 80 who got crafty to cope with lockdown. See how hooksters have brightened up their communities by purchasing a copy at…

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krisztina matejcsok-edömér

When I was pregnant with my son in 2017, I really wanted to create something unique for him. I knitted a white blanket, but I wanted to add some embellishments to it, so I looked online for crocheted borders. I loved the look of them, so I decided to try it from a video tutorial. I didn’t start with the easiest option as beginners do, but maybe that was my way to properly jump into it. After picking up the hook to make baby items for my son, I was soon hooked on crochet and then realised that I could make my own patterns too. Inspiration is everywhere I go, especially in the natural forms that are around me as I go about my daily life. I love working with beautifully…