Crochet Now issue 24
Our brand new issue is in shops from Thursday18th January! There are 22 patterns to make in this brand new issue, plus you’ll get two free gifts! An exclusive colour wheel and a great Stylecraft blanket book!
In this issue, we use the science of colour to create complementary tones and fabulous crochet designs. You will be able to buy this issue in supermarkets, newsagents and of course online at www.moremags.com where you can also pick up some really great offers on our back issues – they all come with free gifts too!
Your free Colour Wheel and Tonal Estimator!
Using complementary colours that don’t clash can be a tricky thing to master. This latest issue of Crochet Now looks at creating gorgeous patterns using the theory of colour to ensure your makes really stand out (for the right reasons!)
What’s inside issue 24 of Crochet Now?
Our cover-star pattern this month is the beautiful Angel Wings Poncho designed by Helen Shrimpton of the fabulous blog Crystals and Crochet you can find out more about Helen in our Designer Sketchbook interview with her on page 20.
Gorgeous mandala blankets and this eye-catching colour wheel throw for you to try this month, use your free gifts to pick the colours for this mandala.
Crochet scarves, shawls and accessories with lots of different stitch types to help improve your crochet skills.
Make some fun crochet rainbow cushions for your home. This graphgan pattern will brighten up any room – could be the perfect valentine’s gift!
Adorable toys to try, including this fun rainbow train with little velcro tabs to connect the carriages – hours of fun for your little ones.
Everyone will love Terry the Turtle (he’s actually a pyjama case!) made with crochet hexagons, perfect for any fans of the recent Blue planet series and would look great in the nursery and kids bedrooms!
Quick-makes you’ll love, including this eye-catching colour-fade crochet purse pattern made with spike stitches for a zig zag ripple effect. It would make a lovely gift for a friend.
This Tunisian crochet pencil pattern blanket would work really well in a nursery, babies love bright contrasting colours. We show you how to make it in easy to follow steps.
This Hidden Hearts blanket pattern has a wonderful textured finish – if you’re not keen on stripes it would work really well just in one colour, or use your colour wheel to find colours to suit your decor.
This patchwork cushion design has been inspired by quilting, it’s an interesting take on corner-to-corner crochet.
All this and much more, plus of course our Vintage Sweetheart crochet-along continues!
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