Easy, Breezy Crochet Lace

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Spring is in full bloom and we have the perfect pattern collection for warm weather crocheting.

The new spring Crochet! special edition, Easy, Breezy Crochet Lace features a collection of more than 35 fresh crochet designs inspired by the latest trends and vintage lace techniques.

You’ll find a wonderful variety of lacy crochet projects, from quick-to-make fashion accessories including the Verde Lace Cowl crocheted in a pretty mixed fiber yarn, which in combination with lacy Solomon’s knots makes it look more complicated that it is to stitch. I recently tried Solomon’s knots and found I love crocheting them! If you have never worked the Solomon’s knot stitch before, watch our tutorial here.

Or make the Color-Block Cross Body Bag which is perfect for warm weather travel. The solid areas of single crochet really make the lace pop!

I love these fun, trendy Bohemian Wristlets which are crocheted from embroidery floss! Choose your favorite colors or use up floss in your stash and make these cute bracelets for quick and easy warm weather gifts!

There are plenty of beautiful lacy garments too. Make this pretty Venice Lace Top in no time! Wear it with your favorite jeans, or under a jacket for a dressy look.

The Diamond Line Tunic is sure to catch your attention too! This breezy lace tunic is based on a design from an antique antimacassar with results that are surprisingly modern and right on trend!

You’ll find a variety of pretty shawls perfect for warm-weather including this unusual Pegasus Wrap, with its striking, wing-like shape.

There are also projects for the home including a lacy mandala wall hanging, a pillow, an exploded lace doily rug and four beautiful throws, all showing off unique and gorgeous lace patterns at their best.

With this issue packed with inspiration, we’re sure you’ll spend many happy hours adding touches of trendy crochet lace to your wardrobe and home! Get your copy today!


7 Responses to Easy, Breezy Crochet Lace

  1. Beverley says:

    Patterns are beautiful. How can I get directions to make them?

    • Jackie Daugherty says:

      Beverley, just use the link at the end of the post to purchase this issue which includes over 35 designs!

  2. Nancy Tagert says:

    Beautiful items!

  3. Cari Chenkin says:

    Where can I buy this issue? I like a few of those projects & would like to try them. Please let me know, thanks so much.

  4. Helen says:

    Unfortunately, The Pegasus shawl does not have the full pattern. The instructions stop at Row 14. I purchased the magazine when it was on the newsstand. How do I get the errata for this? Thanks!

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