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Simply Crochet

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Magazine

Simply Crochet is full of creative ideas for anyone who loves - or would love to learn - crochet. Crochet is a wonderfully versatile craft with endless possibilities of creative things to make. Inside you will find beautiful designs for the home, fashionable accessories to wear and gift ideas for all occasions. From lampshade covers to shawls, toys to blankets and gadget cosies to cardigans, Simply Crochet is a must-buy for creative crafters looking for new things to make. With clear, easy-to-follow instructions to ensure the best possible results every time, you'll be hooked on handmade from the very first page!

For the love of yarn

CONTRIBUTORS • This issue's creative crocheters

Simpley Crocet

Hooked • IDEAS INSPIRATION ACCESSORIES WEBSITES EVENTS STUFF

SUBS STARS!

INSPIRING BOOKS

Skills & virtual events

5 FAB FINDS Mother’s Day • Show your thanks for all that they do

Painter’s palette • Fill your space with these vibrant, Bargello-inspired makes and be sure to dream in technicolour

Brighter days • Put a spring in your step and a smile on your face with a top to welcome the new season, by Simone Francis

MA’AM IN YARN • Queen Elizabeth II will certainly add a regal air to your crochet. Designed by Carla Mitrani

HANNAH’S JOURNAL ...from the studio • Hannah Cross of HanJan Crochet tell us how we can make this our time to shine with crochet – break the rules and make that pattern yours

HANNAH’S TOP TIPS FOR MAKING IT YOURS

Two hoots • Heads will turn (180 degrees) at the sight of these beautiful owl mitts by Lucy Croft

BLOCK STAR • Hook up a stack of motifs and you could be rocking this jumper by Cassie Ward

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO SEW SEAMS

Petals on point • Six is the magic number in Val Pierce’s hexagonal and floral motif blanket

SAVE OR SPELURGE

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO DOUBLE DECREASE IN DOUBLE CROCHET ( )

Blues on top • Chunky and tactile stitches are ruling Hannah Cross’ classic hat design

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO WORK A BACK POST TREBLE STITCH

NEW DIMENSIONS • Australian artist Trevor Smith shares with us the ideas behind his 3D crochet pieces, which combine retro appeal and humour to make a unique collection of ‘objets d’art’

A few of his favourite things • When Trevor takes a break from crochet…

Shelfie share • Show your shelf some love and wrap it with a hug from Marjan Gouda’s bunting

Night flights • Float off into the space of sleep with Zeens and Roger’s abstract blanket design

SAVE OR SPELURGE

Poncho to go • An easy-to-wear garment with plenty of detail, designed by Samanta Fornino

HOW TO MAKE A DOUBLE TREBLE

ADORABLE ALPACAS! • We meet some of the folks who’ve fallen for South America’s finest yarn animal.

CURIOUS ALPACA FACTS

Dots and dashes • Let this shawl designed by Dora Does do the talking

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO WORK A CLUSTER STITCH

Floored beauties • Try Millie Masterton’s versatile cushion design for a hooky furniture fix

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO WORK A FRONT POST TREBLE STITCH

Chills out! • Practise changing colour with a bold cowl by Hannah Cross

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO WORK A SLIP STITCH SEAM

Love hearts • Get a guilt-free sugar rush with these cute, huggable cushions by Marianne Rawlins

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO DECREASE IN DOUBLE CROCHET ›DC2TOG›

SHOULD I BOTHER WITH BLOCKING? • Brush up on your technique with our simple guide…

Let Becky solve your hooky conundrums!

Show us yours • JOIN OUR GANG OF TREBLE MAKERS AND SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS AND MAKES WITH US, FOR A CHANCE TO BE FEATURED HERE, USE OUR HASHTAG # SCTREBLEMAKER

MONOCHROME...


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Simply Crochet is full of creative ideas for anyone who loves - or would love to learn - crochet. Crochet is a wonderfully versatile craft with endless possibilities of creative things to make. Inside you will find beautiful designs for the home, fashionable accessories to wear and gift ideas for all occasions. From lampshade covers to shawls, toys to blankets and gadget cosies to cardigans, Simply Crochet is a must-buy for creative crafters looking for new things to make. With clear, easy-to-follow instructions to ensure the best possible results every time, you'll be hooked on handmade from the very first page!

For the love of yarn

CONTRIBUTORS • This issue's creative crocheters

Simpley Crocet

Hooked • IDEAS INSPIRATION ACCESSORIES WEBSITES EVENTS STUFF

SUBS STARS!

INSPIRING BOOKS

Skills & virtual events

5 FAB FINDS Mother’s Day • Show your thanks for all that they do

Painter’s palette • Fill your space with these vibrant, Bargello-inspired makes and be sure to dream in technicolour

Brighter days • Put a spring in your step and a smile on your face with a top to welcome the new season, by Simone Francis

MA’AM IN YARN • Queen Elizabeth II will certainly add a regal air to your crochet. Designed by Carla Mitrani

HANNAH’S JOURNAL ...from the studio • Hannah Cross of HanJan Crochet tell us how we can make this our time to shine with crochet – break the rules and make that pattern yours

HANNAH’S TOP TIPS FOR MAKING IT YOURS

Two hoots • Heads will turn (180 degrees) at the sight of these beautiful owl mitts by Lucy Croft

BLOCK STAR • Hook up a stack of motifs and you could be rocking this jumper by Cassie Ward

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO SEW SEAMS

Petals on point • Six is the magic number in Val Pierce’s hexagonal and floral motif blanket

SAVE OR SPELURGE

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO DOUBLE DECREASE IN DOUBLE CROCHET ( )

Blues on top • Chunky and tactile stitches are ruling Hannah Cross’ classic hat design

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO WORK A BACK POST TREBLE STITCH

NEW DIMENSIONS • Australian artist Trevor Smith shares with us the ideas behind his 3D crochet pieces, which combine retro appeal and humour to make a unique collection of ‘objets d’art’

A few of his favourite things • When Trevor takes a break from crochet…

Shelfie share • Show your shelf some love and wrap it with a hug from Marjan Gouda’s bunting

Night flights • Float off into the space of sleep with Zeens and Roger’s abstract blanket design

SAVE OR SPELURGE

Poncho to go • An easy-to-wear garment with plenty of detail, designed by Samanta Fornino

HOW TO MAKE A DOUBLE TREBLE

ADORABLE ALPACAS! • We meet some of the folks who’ve fallen for South America’s finest yarn animal.

CURIOUS ALPACA FACTS

Dots and dashes • Let this shawl designed by Dora Does do the talking

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO WORK A CLUSTER STITCH

Floored beauties • Try Millie Masterton’s versatile cushion design for a hooky furniture fix

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO WORK A FRONT POST TREBLE STITCH

Chills out! • Practise changing colour with a bold cowl by Hannah Cross

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO WORK A SLIP STITCH SEAM

Love hearts • Get a guilt-free sugar rush with these cute, huggable cushions by Marianne Rawlins

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO DECREASE IN DOUBLE CROCHET ›DC2TOG›

SHOULD I BOTHER WITH BLOCKING? • Brush up on your technique with our simple guide…

Let Becky solve your hooky conundrums!

Show us yours • JOIN OUR GANG OF TREBLE MAKERS AND SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS AND MAKES WITH US, FOR A CHANCE TO BE FEATURED HERE, USE OUR HASHTAG # SCTREBLEMAKER

MONOCHROME...


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