Interweave Crochet, Winter 2015

Oakdale Hat
Keyes Shawl
Joyce Lewis


Sea Tangle Jacket
Sea Tangle Jacket
Jill Wright
Oakdale Hat
Oakdale Hat
Darla Fanton
Woven Twigs Cowl
Woven Twigs Cowl
Dora Ohrenstein

Portland Cardigan
Rohn Strong

Frisco Cardi
Rohn Strong

Chicago Cardi
Rohn Strong

Telegraph Sweater
Peter Franzi

Hawksbill Turtleneck
Jill Hanratty

Ribbons and Bow Hat & Mitts
Moon Eldridge

Paige Hoodie
Jill Wright

Vines Ear Warmer
Lindsay Streem


Greenbridge Cardi
Edie Eckman

Smocked Tunic
Smocked Tunic
Sarah Lora

Rugger Sweater
Doris Chan
Aurora  Borealis Hat & Cowl
Kim Driggs


Polaris Wrap
Kristine Mullen
Twilight Capelet
Suesan Roth

Fast and Fabulous:
Barber Pole Cowl
Jennifer Raymond

Loose Ends: Willing and Cable Wrist Warmers
Vickie Howell


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Yarn Spotlight: Go Big!
by Marcy SmithEffusively chubby yarns are all the rage on the runways and in yarn shops. These yarns work up in a jiffy, which is great if you need to make a last-minute scarf or hat. We gathered up an array of these large-gauge yarns in a range of fibers to try them out with a crochet hook.
Loose Ends: Willing and Cable
by Vickie Howell
Open-topped mitts are a great canvas for introducing newbies to crochet stitches, and they give veterans a sense of accomplishment as they churn out multiple pairs in no time. In the Willing and Cable Mitts, the combination of basic rib, a center cable, and self-striping yarn creates a man-friendly mitt that will keep him warm without making him feel yarn-flashy.
Everyday Crochet
by Kathryn Vercillo
About a decade ago, Llyn McClure suffered a serious fall that resulted in post-concussion syndrome (PCS), which has a variety of physical and emotional symptoms. She almost had to drop out of massage school but found that crocheting helped her stay calm and focused enough to get through her classes. Years later, when subsequent issues were diagnosed as depression and social anxiety, she immediately knew that crochet had to be part of her total wellness plan.
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Discover More on Crochet Me 
Twilight Capelet Twilight Capelet: To infinity (loop) and beyond!
Greenbridge Cardi Greenbridge Cardi: Learn to crochet backwards for a fine finish. (Link coming soon.)
Portland Cardigan Portland Cardigan: Put a bird on it! Colorwork tips. (Link coming soon.)
Aurora Borealis Cowl Aurora Borealis Cowl: See how to work Tunisian with two colors.
Keyes Shawl Keyes Shawl: See the Tunisian bump stitch. (Link coming soon.)





























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