Pokemon Go crochet patterns

Pokemon free crochet patterns

As the Pokemon Go craze sweeps the world, we’ve gathered together our favourite Pokemon crochet patterns for you and your family to join in the fun. Bizzy Crochet has this amazing Pikachu pattern available for free on her blog.   I Crochet Things has a number of free Pokemon patterns on her blog, including this… Continue reading

Competition in Simply Crochet issue 44

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For our competition in Simply Crochet issue 44 we’re giving away three of these amazing ‘Where My Stitches At?’ printed cotton tote bags. They’re available from House of Wonderland, who stock lots of magical accessories and stationery. The rainbow skein illustration is the stuff of dreams, and your WIP deserves a bit of arm candy. The… Continue reading

A chat with Crejjtion blogger Maaike

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Did you catch our profile on Crejjtion blogger Maaike van Koert inside issue 43? We loved chatting with her. She has an incredible eye for colour, beautiful blooms and scrummy stitches. Within her own home, Maaike has a few guidelines she abides by for ensuring her crochet productivity enhances rather than overwhelms the space she… Continue reading

Free patterns – Mother’s Day gift ideas

Crochet rose

To treat your Mum to something special this Mother’s Day, we’ve gathered together a selection of our favourite quick projects – flowers and bows to use as a brooch or in her hair, a mug hug, a case for glasses or sunglasses, and a set of bracelets. Hook your Mum a cosy mug hug so… Continue reading

Inside Simply Crochet issue 29

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Make the most of the April showers, and snuggle up indoors with your hooks and yarns. In this month’s issue, you’ll find plenty of gorgeous lacy makes for you and your home. Grey’s definitely the new black, so make a bold statement with this stunning throw and open-back jumper. Inside this issue, we have four… Continue reading

Crochet designer Aoibhe Ni Shuilleabhain and Tunisian crochet shawls

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In issue 24 we chatted to crochet designer Aoibhe Ni Shuilleabhain, about her passion for designing shawls. She’s a self-taught designer, and in the magazine she explains how her Tunisian crochet shawl patterns stem from experimentation. Here’s a chance to see some more photos of her work, which we couldn’t fit into the issue.   The… Continue reading

101 Quick & Easy Crochet Makes is on sale now

101 Quick & Easy Crochet Makes

Start a creative new season of crochet with 101 Quick & Easy Crochet Makes. For just £7.99, you’ll find 132 pages of our favourite projects from Simply Crochet, to take your hook from autumn into Christmas and all through the winter. From novices to experts, every level of crocheter can enjoy our simple projects, including fashion,… Continue reading

Free pattern! Crochet collar pattern to download

Crochet collar

We love being able to embellish plainer clothes and imbue them with personality. This pretty collar is a free pattern for you, designed by Kirstie McLeod, and it’s a lovely example of a little project that will make an enormous difference. Pretty up any blouse, top or T-shirt with a plain neckline with this lacy collar…. Continue reading

Get your hook into issue 23

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Hello, autumn. We’re ready for you with super-stylish wooly-warmers, gorgeous  garments and one stunning blanket. Prepare to bundle up for the new season with our latest issue. There’s a bumper collection of stylish woolly warmers in monochrome and mustard to hook for the whole family, including a pair of baby mittens, a pretty shawl and… Continue reading

Free pattern! Crochet necklaces

These necklaces will take you from day to night and keep you on trend along the way.

You can see more of Carol’s beautiful crochet accessories over in her Etsy shop – CM Beatknit. This pattern is a free download on the condition that it will be NOT be used for commercial purposes. If you have any queries regarding this pattern please contact us on info@beatknit.com www.beatknit.com © Carol Meldrum Materials Yarn: 1… Continue reading