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Say hello to Stitched Up Craft!

We love how creative our fellow crochet designers are, and we’ve been admiring the colourful world of Stitched Up Craft!

(C) Kylie Moleta – Stitched Up Make Up Scrubbies

Kylie, the mind behind Stitched Up Craft, is a crochet addict based in Melbourne, Australia, and we really love her colourful designs, many of which you can find over on her Ravelry collection!

(C) Kylie Moleta – Spin Your Granny Square

Kylie has a great eye for colour and design, which is really evident over on her Instagram feed, where you can expect to find lots of crochet goodness, including variations on her Spin Your Granny Square pattern, a fabulous tutorial for crocheters looking to perfect their granny square design techniques, from crocheting the perfect granny square, to using colour and design in fabulous and dramatic ways.

(C) Kylie Moleta – Spin Your Granny Square
(C) Kylie Moleta – Spin Your Granny Square

Kylie’s designs were part of the inspiration for the issue that is currently on sale! When we bring together a design collection for each issue of Crochet Now, we bring together a mood board just like this one over on Pinterest. We then ask designers to submit their ideas to us so we can share plenty of beautiful patterns with you! The colours Kylie used in her designs were some of the starting points for our Winter Brights collection, which you can find in issue 49 and is available to purchase now.

(C) Practical Publishing
(C) Practical Publishing
Bonfire Cushion by Zoe Potrac – Issue 49

You can see design and colour inspiration from the mood board throughout the issue – including the Bonfire Cushion above which you can see was influenced by the gradual colour-changing granny sqaures. If you fancy having a go at designing for the magazine yourself, check out our current open-call for submissions! Hurry, we want to hear from you before 9th December 2019!

About Jenny Conduit

Hi, I'm Jenny and I am editor of Crochet Now! I love to crochet amigurumi, especially my favourite TV and film characters, along with blankets and wraps. If I'm not crocheting, you can probably find me knitting and eating chocolate biscuits.

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