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Associated Publications: Learn To Crochet

Simple blanket.

Associated Products: Savannah
Associated Publications: Summer Textures

Crochet this womens cropped poncho from Summer Textures, a design by Lisa Richardson using the gorgeous yarn Savannah (cotton and silk). Worked in one piece and with a lovely textured stitch pattern throughout, this crochet pattern is for the intermediate crocheter.

Associated Products: Cotton Glacé
Associated Publications: Kaleidoscope

Crochet this beaded runner from Kaleidoscope. A design by Jane Crowfoot using Cotton Glace, a wonderful dry handle yarn (cotton), this stunning piece will brighten up any dining table.

Associated Products: Sweet Harmony
Associated Publications: Farmhouse Knits

This crochet, slouch beret has been designed by Erika Knight using Amy Butler's Sweet Harmony.

Associated Products: Lenpur Linen
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 49

Easy crochet squares, contrast-colour cardigan.

Associated Products: Siena 4 Ply, Fine Lace
Associated Publications: Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 51

Knit this fitted short sleeve sweater with contrast fine crochet collar, this pattern is for experienced knitters. Half Treble Crochet, Double Crochet & Stockinette Stitch are some of the techniques used in this pattern.

Associated Publications: Learn To Crochet

This adaptable little shopping bag stretches when filled. It is smartly trimmed with jazzy glass beads.

Associated Publications: Learn To Crochet

Striped cushions in your preferred colours.

Associated Products: Softknit Cotton
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Crochet Projects

Crochet this accessory striped hat from 10 Simple Crochet projects. A design by Sarah Hatton using our wonderful cotton drape yarn Softknit Cotton (cotton and polyamide), this pull on hat looks great with these contrasting bands of colour.

Associated Products: Handknit Cotton
Associated Publications: 10 Simple Crochet Projects

Crochet this accessory striped scarf from 10 Simple Crochet Projects. A design by Sarah Hatton using our ever popular yarn Handknit Cotton (cotton), this scarf can be made wider by working more rows.