Interweave Crochet, Winter 2016

The Interweave Crochet Winter 2016 issue features 23 projects, from garments to accessories, that explore a spectrum of crochet techniques—in fact, each project features a different technique! Expand your crochet repertoire all winter with cables, lace, Tunisian, and more, as well as stitch patterns including crocodile stitch and a clever cluster stitch. Darla Fanton explains her crochet illusions method, including two projects.  Enjoy!




Features

Chain Male: The More You Know
Peter Franzi begins his column: “I’ve made mistakes. I’ll just come out and say that. So, in the interest of helping you to not make the same mistakes I have made, I’ve gathered a few tips to follow before you embark on a big crochet project.”

Loose Ends: Granny Grande Hat
Vickie Howell begins her column: “Big continues to be better this season, as the large-gauge knit and crochet styles that emerged into the mainstream a couple of years ago still hold a place in the spotlight. Ready-to-wear, runway, and homedecor companies have jumped on the big-bandwagon, bringing us supersized sweaters, behemoth blankets, voluminous vests . . . and, well, you get the idea.”

And More!
In Mercantile, read about a gorgeous crochet art installation. In Everyday Crochet, read about how a crocheter uses her craft to both cope with chronic illness and help others. And in Beyond the Basics, let Darla Fanton show you how to crochet illusions.

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