Interweave Crochet - Fall 2008
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Interweave Crochet - Fall 2008

Interweave Crochet - Fall 2008

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  • In the fall 2008 issue of Interweave Crochet, you will find a wonderful collection of items to crochet for women in a good range of sizes. There are pullovers and cardigans, scarves and bags, a coat, a shawl, and a skirt, as well as colorful socks, a hat, mitts, and fingerless gloves. There is an elegant lacy throw to crochet and quick and easy ornamental handspun motifs to embellish pillows, jackets, or blankets. Crochet designer Robyn Chachula is profiled and there is an informative article on how yarn is taken from the raw state to a spun yarn that can be knit or crocheted. Crochet is gaining in popularity in all age groups and the patterns in this issue are evidence of the stylish designs now available.

    See corrections and view the Table of Contents at the Interweave Website.

  • Designed by Robyn Chachula, this beautiful Ridge Swing Cardigan has a textured V pattern worked into the fabric by working certain rows through the back loops only, beginning at the mitered corners. The shaping, a natural result of the design, is sure to flatter any silhouette. In finished bust 32.25, 35.5, 38.75, 42, 48.5, 51.75" (finished length 26.75, 28.25, 31, 32, 34.25, 35.75"), it is desined to have an approximately 3" opening at the centre front and is shown modeled with 1.75" of negative ease. As shown, it uses 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20 balls of Tahki Yarns Savoy (52% silk/ 48% merino wool - 18 st/4"- 108 yards per 50g ball), or 1296, 1404, 1512, 1728, 1944, 2160 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • Inspired by a photo in a 1930s fashion magazine, designer Tracy St. John has given us this elegant crocheted knee length coat. Finished with a two-button closure, the gentle flowing lines of the coat, worked in a subtle and classic basketweave stitch pattern, speak of a time gone by. In finished bust measurements 35.5, 42, 48.5" (finished length 30.5, 33.75, 37"), it requires 16,18, 21 balls of Naturally Mist (80% superfine mohair/ 20% nylon - laceweight - 33-40 st/4" - 181 yards per 25g ball), works out to 2896, 3258, 3801 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.


In the fall 2008 issue of Interweave Crochet, you will find a wonderful collection of items to crochet for women in a good range of sizes. There are pullovers and cardigans, scarves and bags, a coat, a shawl, and a skirt, as well as colorful socks, a hat, mitts, and fingerless gloves. There is an elegant lacy throw to crochet and quick and easy ornamental handspun motifs to embellish pillows, jackets, or blankets. Crochet designer Robyn Chachula is profiled and there is an informative article on how yarn is taken from the raw state to a spun yarn that can be knit or crocheted. Crochet is gaining in popularity in all age groups and the patterns in this issue are evidence of the stylish designs now available.

See corrections and view the Table of Contents at the Interweave Website.

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