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Interweave Crochet Summer 2015

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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Interweave Press, LLC - Magazine
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strands

A funny thing happenedat the photoshoot for this special Summer issue.(And I’m not talking about the now-tobe-expected SNOW that came downin bushels, making it challenging forthe team to even make it to the studio.)As we dressed the models andfestooned the set with all manner of hearts and flowers, we began to talk about how and when weeach met our significant others. Before long, we weretalking about our own weddings and how we mighthave incorporated the projects in this issue. Whilethe snow whirled around outside, inside we werecocooned in a warm bubble of happy—and, youknow, we’re not normally all fuzzy-bunny like that. That glow you see in the wedding story? It’s real.So, from our hearts to yours, we present this issue filled with all the thingsto make your special day amazing.…

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discover more online

1Amazing sister crochet magazine:Love of Crochet. Super for newbiecrocheters, this mag focuses onexpanding the skills of crochetersof all levels with tips, tricks,charts, and tutorials.bit.ly/love-of-crochet5,792Amount, in yards, of thread used tomake the wedding projects in this issue.12More amazing crochet designs perfect for a wedding, handselected from our archives. For details, see pages 51 and 57.55+Products by the awesome crochetengineer Robyn Chachula. Learnmore about Robyn and her latestvideo in our Q&A on page 9.bit.ly/robyn-chachula2Colorways for a kit to crochet the LoveIs a Rose Shawl, featured on the coverof our Summer 2013 issue. We shot thison Zuma Beach in Malibu—our onlyno-snow Summer shoot!bit.ly/love-is-a-rose-duskbit.ly/love-is-a-rose-campbell133Books and eBooks all about crochet! Tunisian and toys, motifs and monsters, scarves and sweaters— there are books for every level of crocheter!bit.ly/interweave-crochet-books{2015 summer palette} ■…

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products | reviews | books

YARN CHOICESCoral, ocean, puffy white clouds—create a little escape you can hold in the palm of your hand by crocheting a lacy covering for a smooth stone. Simply reconceive our Wedding Stones (page 43) in the colors that move you most. Shown here: Lizbeth Thread Size 20 in Niagara Falls (#158), Coral Orange Medium (#702), and Natural (#602).Wedding Stones, page 43.SPRING LOVEI love, love, love your magazine! I love crochet, and your magazine is so different from all the others. It elevates crochet into true fashion! Actually, the layout designs look like fashion magazine spreads. In the Spring 2015 issue, I love the beautiful Roslind Skirt and Shrug in Flash Garden, and everything in Modern Classics, especially the Nori Skirt, and all the Urban Outfits.In addition, I loved the Charm…

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reading nook

3 Skeins or Less: Quick Crocheted AccessoriesSharon Zientara, InterweaveCreating crocheted accessories is as easy as one, two, or three skeins of yarn! Together with her favorite crochet designers, Sharon Zientara brings you a crisp, modern collection of fresh, quick-to-crochet projects that call for three skeins or less of yarn. The twenty-four stylish projects include scarves, shawls, hats, fingerless mitts and mittens, slippers, and socks. bit.ly/3-skeins-or-lessPaperback, 136 pages, $22.99, ISBN: 978-1620337891Hooked!Michelle Delprat, David & CharlesMichelle Delprat and her daughters Cécile and Sylvie celebrate a love for all things handmade. With their fair trade business Emalisa, they see crafting as a way of life. This collection of forty modern, cute motifs (from weird to wonderful!) includes classic hearts and flowers, fruit and animals, and seasonal motifs as well as a few quirky…

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diy wedding

BY THE BOOKCaught up in the notion of a DIY wedding? Keep the momentum going, and make your own guest book! You’ll find tips in the special Pages issue of Cloth, Paper, Scissors. bit.ly/cloth-paper-scissors-pages If this leads to an obsession with making books (because that happens to us crafty types!), you’ll get all the tools you need to start making your own books in the Bookmaker’s Basic Kit.bit.ly/bookmaker-basicsFESTOON THE HALLSWant to make your own garland? Check out these nifty patterns: bit.ly/patchwork-flower-garland bit.ly/wispy-winter-garland If you’re brand-new to sewing, we’ve got you covered! Check out the free Sewing for Beginners eBook:bit.ly/sewing-for-beginnersWEDDING JEWELRYWant to make your own jewelry? Try your hand at the beading designs in The Best of Stringing: Wedding eBookbit.ly/stringing-wedding ■…

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put the metal to the petal

GET THE VIDEO OR DV bit.ly/crochet-flowersIn this chat with Rachel Koon, the assistant editor of Interweave Crochet, Robyn Chachula shares insight into the design process behind her latest Interweave video, Crochet Flowers, and offers a few tips for budding crocheters.When did you start crocheting, and what inspired you?I started crocheting in 2002 when I was watching my newborn niece while my sister was recovering from a difficult birth. I had tried knitting and it was fine, but I liked the look of crochet more. That week I made nine swatches of different stitches and patterns. I was hooked from the moment I picked up my hook.What are your favorite things to crochet?I like making everything, but playing with motifs is my go-to when I am just noodling around with yarn.…

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