Get 22 Crochet Patterns for Less Than the Price of One

Heating bills are rising and the holidays are just around the corner. I, like you, am feeling the pinch. That's why I am excited to share this very special sale with you. We are offering hundreds of digital magazine issues for just $2 each!  I have so many favorite issues, it's hard to recommend just one, but with this price, you don't have to order just one. In fact, you can purchase four issues for the regular price of one.  And digital issues can be downloaded immediately, meaning you can get to work on holiday gifts or a special piece for yourself immediately.

Since I am having such a hard time picking favorite issues, I picked three back issues and am going to share a couple of my favorite patterns from each.

  The Winter 2013 issue of Interweave Crochet had twenty fabulous patterns. Loops of single crochet stitches are worked in a technique similar to broomstick crochet to create rich texture and eye-catching style in the Ghost Cone Scarf by Sue Perez. And I am in love with the classic silhouette of the Dana Cowl Pullover by Beth Nielsen.  An ingenious combination of post and back loop only stitches create a gorgeous fabric with flattering lines.
  Who could forget the Saturn Sweater by Linda Permann and the Fall Fields Cardigen by Beth Nielsen? These amazing cardigan are built on very similar classic styles, but innovative crochet colorwork elevates them beyond the realm of a basic sweater. And the Chevron Scarf by Kathy Merrick is the perfect accessory for your fall wardrobe. Kathy combines two strands of yarn to create the morphing color effect. And these are only three of the twenty patterns in the Interweave Crochet Fall 2012 issue.
  Finally for those of you living in warmer climates or who are just entering spring, I have a couple of the twenty-two patterns from the Interweave Crochet Summer 2012 issue. I keep telling myself I can't start the Lauren Sweater by Mimi Alelis until I finish my holiday crochet projects. We'll see how long that works. This alpaca and cotton openwork sweater is stunning with subtle stripes and an deep ribbed collar. The Strappy Sandals by Brenda K. B. Anderson are a huge hit with crocheters and non-crocheters alike. They would make a fabulous gift.

Check out the digital magazine issue sale. Pick up a new issue with fashionable new designs or download a past issue to expand your Interweave Crochet collection. Hurry and download your favorite issues today. This special sale will only be around for a limited time!

Best wishes,

P.S. Do you have a favorite Interweave Crochet issue or pattern?

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