Win a copy of Crochet Stitch Collection

Crochet Stitch Collection

You can broaden your stitch vocabulary and learn a few new techniques with our Crochet Stitch Collection. This special edition magazine features top makes from Simply Crochet, with 28 stitches to try in total, plus a mind-blowing 75 projects to hook. It’s just the thing if you’re looking for a new creative challenge in 2017. Find… Continue reading

Vote for your favourite crochet pattern in our new Hook to Hook competition

Simply Crochet 53 designer challenge

In Simply Crochet issue 53 you’ll find our first Hook to Hook designer challenge, with Emma Potter and Kath Webber’s designs. They were both given one skein of Debbie Bliss yarn and challenged to design an accessory. Potter and Bloom stitcher Emma Potter is one busy bee. When she’s not dreaming up exciting and oh-so… Continue reading

Win King Cole Giza yarn

King Cole Giza yarn

In issue 53 you’ll find the first of our mandala crochet patterns by Lucy Croft, based on the designs in our 2017 calendar. Each mandala is hooked in King Cole Giza yarn, a mercerised cotton 4ply that’s available in 20 fabulous colours. And we’re giving away six balls of Giza yarn to one lucky reader,… Continue reading

Win an exclusive Scheepjes illustrated mug

Scheepjes mug collection

Scheepjes yarns have launched this collection of designer illustrated mugs. The first one is designed by Ashley Percival and we have one mug to give away to five lucky readers! Each year Scheepjes will have a new mug, designed and illustrated by a different artist. To enter, simply visit Scheepjes.com and tell us the name of the Scheepjes… Continue reading

Win a £200 gift card from Gudrun Sjödén!

Gudrun Sjoden clothes

We’re giving away a £200 Gudrun Sjödén gift card to one lucky winner – you could treat yourself and your loved ones this Christmas. The Gudrun Sjödén winter range is a vibrant collection of clothes and home wear inspired by Mexico and Frida Kahlo. Scandinavian design is combined with sustainable production and natural materials, for colourful women around… Continue reading

Win Lana Gatto Sugar yarn from Yeoman Yarns

Simply Crochet issue 51 ombre shawl

In our new competition you could win Lana Gatto Sugar yarn from Yeoman Yarns, as used in this stunning ombre shawl designed by Elisabeth Davis de Herraiz. The pattern is included in our new issue, 51, which goes on sale this Thursday (10th November). And our friends at Yeoman Yarns are giving one lucky reader nine balls of… Continue reading

50th Issue Blog Party – win a bumper crochet prize

50th issue blog party bumper-prize

It’s the final day of our 50th issue blog party, and we’re going out with a bang! One lucky reader will win this amazing prize, containing yarn, hooks, books, bags, buttons and more. The prize includes yarn from Hoooked, plus a jumbo hook to use with it; a bag kit from Wool and the Gang; two… Continue reading

50th Issue Blog Party – win 60 balls of Scheepjes yarn!

Simply Crochet issue 50 stockings

In issue 50 we have a fantastic collection of candy-coloured Christmas projects, worked in Scheepjes Sunkissed and Scheepjes Catona yarns. And for Day Six of our 50th Issue Blog Party you have the chance to win enough yarn to hook all ten projects in the collection – that’s 60 balls of yarn! To see more of… Continue reading

Introducing our ‘Winding Ways’ jumper

Winding Ways Simply Crochet issue 48

Did you enter our competition to name this mystery jumper? We can now reveal the winner – congratulations to Barbara Petersen in Dunlop, Australia, who suggested the name ‘Winding Ways’. Barbara wins the yarn to make the jumper provided by Wool Warehouse. The pattern will be in the next issue of Simply Crochet (issue 48, on sale… Continue reading

Name the jumper competition

Name the jumper competition

We have a cable sweater pattern that’s going into issue 48, and we’d like your help to choose its name. We don’t want to spoil the surprise by showing you the whole pattern already, so here’s sneak peek at a small section. You can see the colours used, and the stitch pattern. You can fill… Continue reading