Interweave Crochet Winter 2019: A Technical View
Whether you just learned how to crochet or you’ve been stitching for more years than you care to admit, Interweave Crochet Winter 2019 has a project for you. This collection of projects includes everything from garments to home décor to accessories to amigurumi, so there is not only a project for every skill level, but also a project for every preference. The only issue could be deciding what to crochet first.
Well, to help make the decision easier, especially if you haven’t had a chance to peruse the magazine, we’ve broken down the projects in the magazine both by type and by skill level. This way, you’ll know exactly where to start.
As you can see, the first list shows the projects by skill level, so you can start at the skill level and trace the line back to the project name. OR, if you’ve found the project you want to work, you can branch out to the skill level.
The second list organizes the projects by type. If you’d rather figure out your project to-do list based on the type, just trace the lines from either the project name to the type or vice versa.
No matter which direction you go, you’ll have a more organized way to set up your to-do list for this issue. If you want to take your organization skills a step further, set up a calendar. Using both of these tools will help you plan both your to-do list for this issue of Interweave Crochet and your gift-giving list for the year. I realize that it may seem a little much to start planning your gift-making list in January, but if you’re like me and one of your resolutions is to become more organized, when would be a better time to start?
So, whether you need an easy project, an accessory, or just want to make a Little Llama Amigurumi, check out Interweave Crochet Winter 2019. Let us know in the comments which project gets first place on your calendar!
(Featured Image Credit: Bru-nO-Pixabay)
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