Issue 16 is out tomorrow! Make sure you don’t miss Attic24‘s new column and her inspiration behind this spring wreath – flowers. Head to Wool Warehouse to find yarn perfect for making your own http://www.woolwarehouse.co.uk/ - Rico Creative Cotton is only £1.79 a ball! :o)
We couldn’t quite fit this chart into the mag, but we didn’t want you chart lovers to miss out! Use this chart to help you hook this gorgeous diamond bolster cushion inside issue 16!
The rumours are true, issue 14 has sold out in print, but there’s no need to panic because you can download the digital edition for free today and this weekend only through Apple (phew!) To get your free issue simply download the Simply Crochet app, then if you’re on an iPad tap the ‘Voucher’ tab… Continue reading
We’re loving the new series of the Great British Sewing Bee, and in the first episode’s challenges we spotted the trusty Janome 525S machines making neat work of cotton tunics, wool skirts and silk nightgowns. The Janome Model 525S is a mechanical machine, with a jam-proof top loading bobbin that helps beginners (you can run… Continue reading
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We’re sorry, in the Yoga Socks (page 25) the Notes say they’re worked from the ankle cuff down, but you start with the toe and work up. Then the colours are in the right order: pink first (yarn C), then grey (yarn B), purple (yarn A) and back to grey (B) again. Lacy Shawl p.74-75 Yarn… Continue reading
We could all use a little extra love in our life, and so we’re giving you this free mini hearts pattern designed by Tanya Kalyan. We think they’d look brilliant strung into bunting for celebrating on Friday, or even a single heart made into a special Valentine’s card… You will need: 4mm hook DK yarn… Continue reading
The basic technique of changing colour in crochet is the same whether you’re working in rows or rounds, double or treble. You need to think ahead to where you want your colour change, then change yarn just before. Make a small swatch and then practise the technique by following this step-by-step guide. You can use… Continue reading
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… Continue reading
Have you seen our great competition on page 14 of issue 15? Three lucky readers will each win 4mm, 4.5mm and 6mm hooks, as well as a Pattern Chart Marker Set. For your chance to win, fill in the entry form here.