No other magazine brings you more inspirational designs that are perfectly suited to fit so many styles and skill levels. Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned crocheter, these patterns will help you improve your crochet skills! Don’t miss out on the best tips, tricks and helpful techniques.
Reading Nook • Level-up your crocheting with three new titles for beginners, experts, and everyone in between.
Let’s Throw a Cochet Party! • Happy Birthday, Interweave Crochet! Fifteen is a big birthday in magazine years, and Interweave Crochet certainly has a lot to celebrate. From showcasing stunning patterns by the most gifted designers to introducing new yarns, notable notions, and presenting tips and tricks from countless contributors, we are all better crafters for having Interweave Crochet in our lives.
DOWN TO EARTH • Get back to your roots with six gorgeous projects perfect for wearing while you explore the great outdoors.
DAY HIKER SWEATER
BUDDING CONIFER WRAP
TAKING ROOT PULLOVER
FOREST FOR THE TREES SHAWL
VERDANT VISTA TOP
Bags × Blankets • Bag or blanket? Why not both! We’ve combined two of our favorite types of projects into one collection so you can see how this unlikely pairing is right at home together.
ZINNIA BLOSSOMS AFGHAN
GOLDEN HOUR BAG
DEEP SKY THROW
USING LACE AS A TEMPLATE FOR EMBROIDERY • Embroidering on crocheted fabric can be challenging. Sure, making a few lazy-daisy flowers or a bit of a blanket-stitch edging is doable, but covering a large area with satin stitches is difficult. Start adding more details and working on symmetry, and you are looking at something that can be quite hard indeed.
Crochet for Good: Handmade HUGS • Some heroes wear uniforms, some heroes wear masks, and some heroes wear handmade scarves. The unsung scarf-wearing heroes to whom we’re referring include the thousands upon thousands of brave survivors who have fled domestic-abuse situations.