Crochet World Winter 2023: QR codes

As you all have noticed we have started using QR codes in the magazine. This is a great way to quickly get to more information using your phone. We do understand not everyone has the capability to use the QR codes at this time. So in this post I am going to give you clickable links that will take you to the same locations as the QR codes in the issue. I hope it helps and you find the information useful as you work projects in the issue.

Crochet Tutorial 101: Click here to learn more about taking your measurements.

Arrows & Popcorn Super Scarf: Click here for right hand video tutorial or click here for the left hand video tutorial.

Textures Scarf: Click here to watch tutorial on how to stitch this textured scarf.

Knotted Cables Pullover: Click here to learn how to stitch the half double crochet decrease.

Warm Chai Mitts: Click here to learn how to stitch the star stitch.

Polar Star Hat & Mittens: Click here to learn tips for reading stitch diagrams.

Don’t have the Winter 2023 issue yet? Get your copy here today or subscribe here!

—Britt Schmiesing, editor

3 responses to “Crochet World Winter 2023: QR codes”

  1. Pattern Icy Trails by Jane Snedden Peever, Crochet World January 15, 2024.

    Tunic left back raglan math doesn’t seem to work. I’m working on size 2x for example.

    As I see it, 52 stitches at row 7, increase of one per row until row 26, does not equal 81 stitches.

    52 + 19 = 71. What am I missing?

    • I am going to have one of our technical editors review the area in question. It does seem like something is amiss. Would you please send your question to This will ensure that I can get an answer back to you. Replying to things like this via the comments section here doesn’t always work well.

    • We have heard back from the technical editor. The pattern is correct. In what would be your row 7, you increase one stitch at the end of the row. In your row 8, you increase 2 sts at the start (ch 2 and the 2nd sc of the 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook). This means each repeat of the pair of rows adds 3 stitches and will bring you to 81 sts by row 26.

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