Hello everyone! Tara here—
I’m so excited to be able to share a sneak peek of the Autumn 2022 issue of Crochet! Magazine, which will hit the stores on 6/28.
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I became the editor of Crochet! last July and I’ve been loving every second of it.
What many people don’t realize though, is that we start putting every issue together almost a year before it’s meant to go on sale. So, while this issue isn’t the first I’ve worked on, it is the first one I put together myself.
And I can finally share it with you!
This issue is all about nature and the projects are divided up between three main sections:
Into the Woods features four stunning designs that are perfect for a walk through the woods, and one design that your little one can bring along! Don’t let the season’s chill keep you inside—go for a walk and enjoy the sights of the season with a shawl, a pullover, a cowl, a cross-body bag and Otto the Owl.
Otto is definitely one of our favorites in the issue, and he’s sure to be a favorite for any child in your life.
Fall Foliage includes five show-stopping pieces that feature the shades of fall, with a foliage-inspired rug, throw, shawl and sweater. These projects are guaranteed to keep you and your home warm.
The Alder Leaves Shawl is a head turner. Wear it as a regular shawl or wrap it up as a stunning triangle scarf and it will add a vintage touch to any outfit you wear.
Back to Nature features four incredible designs that bring touches of nature into your everyday life. Crochet the coziest autumn ever with a ruana, cardigan, pillow and throw, all featuring gorgeous natural colors. These projects are perfect for keeping you and your home stylish and comfortable.
If you love keeping cozy under a throw as you work, the Autumn Bounty Throw needs to be in on your must-make list. Or, if you prefer to show off your skills with a cozy garment, the Piedmont Pullover is sure to please.
Plus, you don’t want to miss this issue’s Crochet Tutorial 101! It features a fun technique with short rows and creates the beautiful leafy texture in the Ivy Neck Warmer, created by the incredibly talented Ukrainian designer @LyudmilaHefny (Check out her Instagram for helpful videos)!
What’s your favorite thing to crochet in the Fall?
– Tara Orchard, Editor of Crochet! Magazine