Don’t Miss Out on the Top 5 Crochet Products from 2017!

What a fantastic year for crochet! Before we welcome in the new year, make sure you have the top crochet products from 2017 in your collection. These crochet magazines and books are favorites not just with our readers, but also here in the Interweave office! Let us know which of these is your favorite in the comments below!

1. Interweave Crochet Spring 2017

Interweave Crochet Spring 2017 started the year off with a bang! Not only did it feature 18 incredible projects, the issue explored the year’s biggest trend: color pooling! The issue provides a great introduction to this hot technique. If you can’t get enough color pooling, be sure to check out Deborah Bagley’s course on the technique.

2. Modern Crochet Mandalas

2017 was the year of the mandala! We can’t get enough of them. We’ve turned them into wall hangings, rugs, and Christmas ornaments! For every mandala project we’ve taken on, Modern Crochet Mandalas has been by our side. It is the ultimate resource with more than 50 colorful motifs to crochet.

3. Step Into Crochet

Knitters love making socks. But crocheting a sock? That can be tricky. Crochet doesn’t have the same stretch as knitting, so fit for crochet socks has always been a challenge. Not to mention, there are not many great crochet sock patterns out there! Step Into Crochet is the ultimate book for crochet socks. Not only does it feature 18 incredible sock patterns, it walks you through how to measure your feet to ensure the perfect fit!

4. Interweave Crochet Summer 2017

Interweave Crochet Summer 2017 features 21 beautiful projects that are both large and small. With its lacy stitches and beautiful photography, the issue exemplifies how gorgeous crochet can be. Check out this favorite issue filled with easy wraps, tanks, and lots of lace!

5. Tunisian Crochet Stitch Guide

The world of Tunisian crochet is a fascinating one with endless possibilities! It’s easy to see how this technique continues to intrigue crocheters. Unlike standard crochet where each stitch is worked and finished as you go, Tunisian crochet stitches are picked up on a very long hook or cable in one direction. This is known as the forward pass. Then they are worked off the hook in the other direction, known as the return pass. This downloadable guide provides instructions for 33 different stitch patterns using this technique. You won’t want to miss it!

Be sure you don’t miss out on these popular crochet resources. They are the best of 2017!

Happy stitching and happy New Year!

-Sara Dudek
Associate Editor, Interweave Crochet

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