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Crochet Now Issue 7

issue 7

Our latest issue is in shops on Thursday 6th October!

This issue is packed full of crochet patterns for you to try.

  • Issue 7 has a festive yarn kit gift, with 6 sparkly designs to make including Rudolph and a gingerbread man
  • Our wonderful wool special, exploring this fabulous fibre and tying in with UK Wool Week
  • 34 inspiring patterns you’ll love to make
  • 4 gorgeous blanket ideas, including our must-make snowflake design
  • Get ready for Christmas with festive designs such as build your own snowmen
  • Start your dress up doll design, and add to her wardrobe every issue
  • Stylish accessories for your winter wardrobe
  • Learn the basics with our step by step guide
  • Jane Crowfoot’s crochet-along continues inside!
  • More mandala ideas for our Big Mandala Swap


Felted Rainbow Messenger. Master the gentle art of felting with our step by step guide


This issue is the first of Lynne Rowe’s dress up doll feature.  Each issue make a new outfit for Daisy-May’s wardrobe.


This issue make the basic doll pattern and the first set of clothes and Halloween costume.


Damson Jacket – Crochet this beautiful little girl’s jacket designed by Ruth Maddock.

Caledonian Heather Scarf by Zoe Potrac – inspired by the highlands and made using brilliant yarn produced in the UK, this winter scarf really is the best of British.


Bullseye blanket, a striking design by Rebecca Armstrong to crochet.


The first of Liz Lovick’s gorgeous block designs, the Winter Solstice blanket.


Cosy Robin cushion – a wonderful way to make your home feel festive, designed by Zoe Patroc.


Louise Watling has designed these clever snowmen in two parts with a soft magnet to join them together – kids will have fun swapping their heads around.


Fly the flag and celebrate wool week by using British yarn to crochet a Union Jack cushion.

Remember to share your work with us for a chance to win a bundle of yarn.


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  1. Would like to know where to buy the wool that came with issue 7 as id like to make more of the rudolphs x

  2. I recently emailed regarding the lovely wool used for the free gift Robin ,gingerbread man etc. I had a reply not long after saying they were trying to find out for me. I haven’t received any more emails regarding my enquiry. Please can you let me know as I really love the wool and designs. Thank you and loving the magazine too.

  3. I’m currently trying the sheep draught excluder patten from issue 7, after round 11 your left with 48 stitches which is as the pattern say’s, the next 2 rounds are dc with no increases or decresaes, but then on round 14 (dc 2tog, 5 dc) around, the pattern say’s this leaves you with 36 stitches, this does not work out? I’m left with more stitches, is it just me not doing it the right way? Can you please check this for me? Thank you.

  4. Can I get a copy of issue 7 direct from you, I have not been able to find it in the few outlets I have access to. If this is possible, I would appreciate you send me details.

    Thank you in anticipation.

  5. I live in the States & would like to purchase issue 7. How can I go about purchasing a copy?

  6. Hi, I’m trying to make daisy-mae’s hair; how do I make the curl? Thank you Alex

  7. Hi I’m working on he doll from issue 7 and it says in hair details to make curl but doesn’t tell you how to do it says make a 11chain and make curl then slst to first dc so how do I make it curl please

  8. Can you please tell me whether issue 7 is going to be reprinted, if not where I can get/buy a cooy of the sheep draught excluded pattern?

    Thank you.

  9. Hi

    I would like the daisy may pattern but the web address doesn’t work and a back issue of no 7 is not available on the moremags web site, is there another way of getting this?

    Many Thanks

  10. Hi I have lost my issue 7 magazine and I can not find the reindeer pattern is there anyway I can obtain it.
    Thank you Linda

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