Check Out the Summer Issue of Interweave Crochet

In the Summer 2011 issue of Interweave Crochet, we pay homage to the dainty doily. Dora Ohrenstein explores the history of these mathematical wonders rendered in threads. And our designers interpret the doily in designs for the 21st century. You'll find not only domestic doilies in such innovative shapes as the lace bowls at left (Azalea Bowls, Linda Permann), but also garments that incorporate doily shapes.

This issue also features redesigned pattern layouts! You'll find patterns that are easier to read, thanks to a new font, clearer headings, and more section divisions. And detail photos are right where you need them in the pattern. We hope all these changes make your crochet experience more efficient-so you can focus more on crocheting and less time figuring out how to read the pattern 

Here's a closer look at some of the projects in this issue.

Banjo Bag, Sharon Ballsmith Early Girl Dress, Lisa Naskrent Unicycle Vest, Kim Guzman

 

Motifs go back to back in Sharon Ballsmith's reversible Banjo Bag. Cables gracefully shape Lisa Naskrent's Early Girl Dress. A thread doily punctuates Kim Guzman's Tunisian crochet vest.

Owlivia and Little Livvie, Brenda K. B. Anderson Grove Park Tank, Robyn Chachula River Walk Wrap, Sharon Falkner

 

Super cute Owlivia by Brenda K. B. Anderson is even cuter worked in thread. An architectural neckline frames a subtle lace in Robyn Chachula's cover garment, the Grove Park Tank. Ripples of lace form the River Walk Wrap by Sharon Falkner.

And there's so much more. Meet Ukrainian designer Antonina Kuznetsova, who reinterprets Irish crochet, and take a look at the Ukrainian crochet magazine Duplet, stuffed end to end with amazing lace crochet projects. Learn how to create felt and polymer clay grips to make those tiny steel hooks more manageable. Wrap up the Chain Reaction Afghan Project with a chain border. Pluck your favorites from among the 23 fresh designs in this issue. 

Check out all the projects in this issue. And to enjoy fresh crochet year round, subscribe today.

 

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