Get Cozy with Interweave Crochet Fall 2019
What are you crocheting this fall? We’d argue that autumn is the best season to pick up a crochet project. As the weather cools off, the sweater or blanket you’ve been working on fills up more of your lap. There are sheep and wool festivals to get you in the mood to work with something woolly and afternoons in the stands at a sporting event to keep you entertained while stitching a simple project. And it’s not just kids who go back to school; September is a great time for people of all ages to pick up some new skills.
We asked the staff of Interweave Crochet what they’re looking forward to making this fall.
Managing Editor Laura Hulslander pictures herself making a cozy afghan by a roaring fireplace.
Project Editor Susanna Tobias has been meaning to check out one of Colorado’s yurts—and what better place to stitch up a sweater?
Art Director Kerry Jackson plans to finally finish a cowl she’s been working on—maybe she’ll take it on a camping trip and finish it by the light of the campfire.
Assistant Editor Julia Pillard wants to learn more about crochet and plans to tackle a scarf.
Editorial Director Anne Merrow thinks the only way a football game could be interesting is with a small, straightforward project in hand—she has a hat in mind.
By the time the snow flies, we’ll be warm and toasty with the pieces we crocheted in the autumn.
Editor, Interweave Crochet