More Crochet! Magazine: A Sneak Peek of Autumn

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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Crochet! Autumn 2022 issue
Crochet! Magazine Autumn 2022

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 the Owl Pillow Stuffed Animal
Otto the Owl by Kathleen Stuart

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.

Vintage Autumn Alder Leaves Triangle Shawl
Alder Leaves Shawl by Amanda Mannas

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.

Color Blocked Sweater Striped Piedmont Pullover
Piedmont Pullover by Britt Schmiesing

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


You can buy an electronic copy at Annie’s Craft Store! 

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