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Crochet Now 36 in shops from Thursday 20th December!

Happy new year! As we look ahead to 2019 after a few months of furiously getting our festive makes finished, it’s time to indulge in a little selfish crochet. This is the thought we had when commissioning this selection of lovely love-inspired projects; it’s important that we take time every day to appreciate and love ourselves, and what better way to do that than through our favourite therapeutic yarn craft?

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Indulge yourself with a new luxuriously soft jumper with delicate heart details, or treat yourself to a brand-new blanket that will take one evening to make! The Huge Hygge throw uses Woolly Mahoosive squiggly – find out more inside and save yourself 20% on the cost of the yarn! Not everyone is like us though, and they always make for others (we’re selfish crocheters!) so we’ve included plenty of inspiration for others as well. The Celtic Fable cowl is a great unisex design for the partner in your life, and the Friendship shawl is the perfect way to show those close to you they’re important.  

Back to the selfish crochet though. As soon as we got our hands on Wallace & Gromit we knew we had to have them in the magazine – we’re huge fans of The Wrong Trousers! Grab your brand-new crochet hooks and start hooking Alison’s charming amigurumi – the perfect gift for yourself after all that gift giving, eh?

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  1. I wonder if you can help me, I received two copies of no 36 Crochet now magazine.
    I did renew my subscription because I received an email asking me to subscribe,I thought this
    Was for another year, obviously not, could it of been for Crochet and knitting magazine, please
    can you help me with this matter, as I do not wish to receive two of the same magazine.
    Kind Regards
    Lucie Mower

  2. Hi could you please help with the pattern for the socks in issue 36. How many chains do i use to start the sock, i am fairly new to Crochet and can’t find the instruction for the number of chains

    Thank you

    • Hi Geraldine
      The instructions say to start with 9fdc, which is 9 foundation double crochet stitches 🙂
      Alternatively you can chain 9, chain 1 (turning chain), and 9 dc to start the sock, continuing to the end of the instructions of Row 1 which says to rotate the work and 9 dc along the bottom chain (you will have a rectangular rnd to start)
      Hope this helps!

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