The Best of Interweave Crochet 2017!

Happy National Craft Month! Let’s take a look back at the most popular and most made crochet projects from 2017.

Interweave Crochet Spring 2017

Most Favorites:
Citizen Pullover by Kabila Sri Ponnusamy
This beautiful tee pattern is a great opportunity to practice both your two-color Tunisian crochet in the round with a double-ended hook and raglan shaping. The project is worked from the top down and showcases asymmetrical stripes.
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Urban Poncho by Jane Howorth
The Urban Poncho uses a stunning lace pattern that creates a lovely drape over the shoulders. This project requires no shaping and looks great on all body types.

Interweave Crochet Summer 2017

Most Favorites:
Tide Pool Tank by Angela Plunkett
Most Projects:
Tide Pool Tank by Angela Plunkett
The Tide Pool Tank is a favorite due to its simplicity and stunning look. The top features minimal shaping and simple stitches, so it is perfect for newer crocheters looking to make their first garment.

Interweave Crochet Fall 2017

Most Favorites:
Hondius Way Pullover by Natasha Robarge
This is a unique crochet top! One side has a fitted, set-in sleeve while the other has a big, boxy poncho shape with a cuff. Combine that with its interesting stitch pattern and it’s easy to see why this project is a favorite.
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Ponderosa Headband by April Garwood
This is a fantastic project for practicing your cables using post stitches. It’s a quick and easy project that you can work up in no time, and it makes the perfect gift.

Interweave Crochet Winter 2018

Most Favorites:
Crimson Hooded Cardigan by Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby
The Crimson Hooded Cardigan features a stunning asymmetrical cable on the back and cable panels up the sides and up and over the hood. It’s quite the show stopper and lots of fun to make!
Most Projects:
Tie: Crimson Hooded Cardigan by Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby and Fable Cowl by Juliette Bezold
In addition to the Crimson Hooded Cardigan, people have loved making the Fable Cowl. This project combines two-color Tunisian crochet in the round with a double-ended hook and twisted simple stitches that create an intriguing brioche-like look. It’s a new technique and definitely one you’ll want to try!

Which projects have you made from 2017? Did we leave your favorite off the list? If you want to see your favorite projects appear in our next list, hop on over to Ravelry and heart your favorite or post pictures of your finished objects.

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Happy Stitching!

The best projects from 2017! CREDIT: Harper Point Photography and GoodFolk Photography

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