WWDD: 10 Ways to Add Crochet to a New Year’s Eve Outfit
Many love dressing up and heading out on the town to ring in the new year! Others prefer to stay cuddled up in a cozy warm house. Whatever your preference, there is a crochet project to fit your evening. Check out these projects to crochet for your New Year’s Eve outfit, and be ready for any occasion!
1. A fancy night out
Headed out to a glamorous get-together or a fancy restaurant? The Berry Festive Sweater from Love of Crochet Winter 2017, designed by Shannon Mullet-Bowlsby, is the perfect top to wear with a sparkling dress or skirt.
2. A glamorous and cozy night in
Sometimes you just need a night in to yourself. Turn up the heat, grab your favorite glass of wine or champagne, and cuddle up in the Tranquil House Dress by Natasha Robarge from Interweave Crochet Winter 2018.
3. A night at your best friend’s NYE party
Your best friend’s party is the perfect place to show off your crochet work. Best friends always boost our crochet confidence. Make yourself the Winter Soiree Sweater by Natasha Robarge from Love of Crochet Winter 2017.
4. A New Year’s Eve night on a fun trip
Headed to warmer climates for the winter holiday? You’ll want to welcome in the new year in the Pineapple Bash Poncho by Robyn Chachula from Love of Crochet Winter 2017. Its open lace pattern is perfect for a warm weather New Year’s Eve.
5. A night in with your crochet project
What better way to ring in the new year than with your latest crochet project? If you plan on cuddling up with some crochet this New Year’s Eve, wrap yourself in the Soothing Shawl by Susanna Tobias from Interweave Crochet Winter 2018.
6. A mountain getaway
If you’re ready for an escape that takes you far away from the New Year’s Eve commotion, head up to the mountains, and celebrate the changing of the year in the Woodcutter’s Vest by Jennifer Pionk from Interweave Crochet Winter 2018.
7. A night of party hopping
Some years you need to celebrate a multitude of places. If you’ve been invited to several New Year’s Eve gatherings this year, you’ll need a warm shawl to wrap up in as you travel from place to place. Try the Wrapped in Lace Shawl by Natasha Robarge from Interweave Crochet Winter 2018.
8. A night outside watching fireworks
If you’re headed out to watch a firework display, you’ll want to stay cuddly warm. Whip up the Cuddle Up Poncho from Interweave Crochet Winter 2018. It will fit over your winter coat, and its simple stitching makes it work up fast!
9. A sweater for your date
If your outfit is planned already, the Perrault Pullover from Interweave Crochet Winter 2018 makes an excellent gift for a special someone on a special occasion. Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby has written this pattern in unisex sizing, so it can dress up anyone’s outfit beautifully.
10. A night for going to bed early
Early to bed and early to rise? If you decide you won’t make it all the way to midnight, curl up in the Pampered Pajamas by Jane Howorth from Interweave Crochet Winter 2018 and you’ll sleep tight all night long!
Which crochet project do you plan to add to your night of fun? Happy New Year and happy stitching!
Associate Editor, Interweave Crochet