Simply Crochet Issue 15
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In Simply Crochet Issue 15:
Peace, love and handmade harmony – our new issue is all about well-being. You’ll find a collection of pretty and practical projects that are perfect for yoga class, including a wrap-over cardi, yoga socks and a bag for your roll mat. And anyway, it’s official – crochet is good for you. Check out Jane Crowfoot’s column this month to find out more.
If you’re keen to relax, take a trip to Yvestown. This month we chatted to Yvonne Eijkenduijn, the yarn-loving crafter behind the beautiful Yvestown blog. If you’ve got the sniffles, we’ve got just the thing to brighten your day – a sweet tissue box cover worked in rainbow granny trebles. All better. Spring is creeping closer and we couldn’t be happier about it. We’re embracing some fab new season trends this issue – keep your eyes peeled for our Scandi-inspired bathroom goodies covered in crosses, Anniken Allis’s cool chevron shawl and a thoroughly gorgeous peplum cardigan. Plus, we’ve reviewed some exciting new spring yarns.
That’s not all that’s new. Spring is a wonderful time to try something different. This issue, you can learn how to work triple treble stitches, create textured ridges, use beads in your makes and give macramé a go. It’s a fabulous time for all things floral, too. Make Lucy from Attic 24’s glorious wreath, crochet a vintage-style cloche hat and trim it with a row of dainty blooms. There’s a stunning child’s shawl from Rowan to hook, too, made up of colourful flowers, and if you’re keen to make a springtime blanket then get going with our violet motif. Plus, make sure you don’t miss Vanessa Mooncie’s flirty flamingo toy, our feature on online crochet communities and a necklace you can hook.