Crochet! Autumn 2018

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Capture the colors of autumn and chase the chill away with these 24 simple yet stylish projects featured in the Autumn 2018 issue of Crochet! magazine.
  • Stay warm and stylish with hooded crochet as you combine the warmth of a coat with the layering flexibility of a cardigan. You’ll love our Coatigan of Many Colors, a hooded lightweight piece guaranteed to keep you toasty on cool autumn nights.
  • Add style and fun to your fall decor with our distinctive Many Mini Grannies Table Runner, featuring a variety of autumn-colored squares in different sizes sewn together to form a unique table runner. No two squares are alike!
  • Snuggle up Baby as sweet as can be in our Ribbon Candy Blanket, made using puff stitches, shell stitches and self-striping yarn.
  • Learn it! Do it! Discover waffle weave crochet, a versatile stitch that forms a delightfully thick, stretchy, interlocking double layer of reversible fabric.
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Crochet! Autumn 2018

December 31, 2018

Lovely hoodies, and other cardigans. Also so many different stitch types and levels of experience. I love Crochet! magazine. If you don't subscribe already I would very much suggest you do (in my opinion). Crochet! Magazine also gives you many different type of projects from beginner / easy to experienced and from little items to clothes, hats, wraps, afghans, and baby items. I love it! My only frustration is that sometimes that colors needed to do a project as it is done in the magazine are not available, sometimes they are discontinued, meaning the designer is unaware of what the company that makes the yarn is planning on doing.

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