Haven’t you always wanted to wear a giant crochet pizza on your head? Or maybe an avocado? Well even if you haven’t, Phil Ferguson – AKA Chili Philly – seems to be making a habit of it. After moving from Perth to Melbourne, the creative Australian was looking for design ideas and found them in… Continue reading
Sorry, but there’s a bit of a mistake with the Sugar & Spice cardi pattern on p.66-68. Row 8 should read: Ch1 (does not count as st), dc into back loop of each st to end, turn, changing to Yarn A.
Look inside Simply Crochet issue 32 – the sun is shining and our crochet flowers are blooming. This issue is bursting with bright ideas for handmade weddings and a hooky summer. From cake toppers to flower crowns, you’ll find plenty of inspiring ideas for gifts and accessories to make for the big day. Continuing the floral… Continue reading
Feeling lucky? You could win a crochet book in our competition! We have four crochet books to give away: Austentatious Crochet by Melissa Horozewski, Crochet Bakemono (monsters!) by Lan-Anh Bui & Josephine Wan, AmiguruME by Allison Hoffman, and The Big Book of Crochet Stitches by Jean Leinhauser & Rita Weiss. To enter, simply fill in… Continue reading
We’ve just produced a special edition, the Amigurumi Collection, and there is a mistake with the Santa pattern (originally from Simply Crochet Issue 12). Underneath the heading ‘Beard and Face’ it should read: With White, ch13.
Yarnspiration is a day of workshops, lunch, shopping (and cake!), all raising money for charity. It was started last year by yarnaholic Natasha Seidel, and it’s back for 2015, taking place on Saturday 20 June from 9am to 5pm, at The Make Studio in High Wycombe. All the tutors are volunteers, and all profits will go… Continue reading
Sorry, but there’s a bit of a mistake with the Bertie Bear pattern, on p.36. In the ‘Head’ section it should say to place the eyes between Rounds 9 and 10, not 23 and 24 as stated. Also, for the Pink Shawl, on p.40, Row 5 should read …(3tr in next ch-2 sp, ch1) 8 times, dc… Continue reading
Simply Crochet issue 31 is on sale now, and you can go retro with our latest issue. We’ve taken inspiration from the golden age of crochet to produce a decidedly 1970s collection of goodies for your home. Plus, there’s plenty of new stuff to learn, too. Have a go at popcorn stitch and create some… Continue reading
If you’re hooking the Granny treble top – issue 30 – we have some extra help from our lovely technical editor, as several readers were confused by the instructions for the arm shaping. Cara says “It looks odd that the first row increases by 2 clusters and the following rows only by 1, but it… Continue reading
Fancy a peek inside Simply Crochet issue 30? This month you can update your home with a host of handmade treasures, go large with our collection of super-chunky accessories, and try your hand at a pair of Tunisian crochet cushions – there’s a whole workshop section to get you up to speed with the stitches…. Continue reading