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The Sierra Swoncho Is The Project You Need Right Now

Spring is that special time of year when it could be warm one minute and chilly the next. This is just the project for the weather. This pattern, and hundreds more, are yours when you join the I Like Crochet Gold Club today!

Dear Crochet Crafter,

Swoncho? No, that’s not a typo. The swoncho is part sweater,

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1 Skein. 5 Patterns for When You’re Stuck Indoors.

Dear Crocheter,

Yarn has such appeal. If you’re like me, you’re always on the lookout for a great new yarn (preferably at a great deal). Perhaps you, like me, find yourself with a growing pile of single skeins—some bought for their potential for future projects; others left over from bigger projects.

Well, there’s no need for those

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The August Issue is Here Now!

Your June 2020 Issue of I Like Crochet Magazine is Ready

Looking for your very first crochet project? Or do you want to challenge yourself with an advanced-level pattern? Don’t miss the latest edition of I Like Crochet.

Dear Crochet Creator,

Welcome to the August 2020 edition of I Like Crochet! This is the season of fireflies, cold

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Don’t Miss This Easy Sock Pattern

Socks are so much fun to make—and wear—and the Relaxing Socks pattern delivers on both. If you’ve never crocheted socks before, you’ll love it. If socks are already part of your crochet repertoire, this will become one of your favorite patterns.

The pretty stitches and sassy stripes will make you want to show off these socks—and

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27+ Shawls and Ponchos That Are HOURS of Fun!

Wrapping up in a handmade shawl or poncho is one of the perks of being a crocheter: not only can we enjoy creating the project, but also we can showcase our special creations by wearing them! Crocheted ponchos and shawls are a cold weather staple because of the versatility: dress them up when you head

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The Cutest Little Rainbow Droplet Babyghan You Ever Will See

Every adorable baby deserves an equally adorable blanket, and this one is sure to bring the smiles. Get this pattern, and hundreds more, when you join the I Like Crochet Gold Club today!

Dear Crochet Crafter,

If there’s one thing we love about this time of year, it’s all the colors. As gentle spring rains yield to

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Crochet this stylish jacket today

The Flying Geese Jacket is a cozy crocheted cardigan-style jacket that will keep off the chill all season. With its striking slanted shell pattern, this jacket is a show-stopper you’ll reach for again and again!

Your hook will fly through this project; the stitch pattern is addicting and rhythmic. “Just one more row…” will become your

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Too Precious! Corner-to-Corner Baby Blanket

Nothing welcomes a new baby better than a cuddly, snuggly crochet baby blanket. So when there’s a baby on the way, reach for the Baby Corner to Corner Crochet Blanket pattern. Not only is this pattern easy to make, but also the corner-to-corner crochet design allows you to adjust the blanket’s size.

The corner-to-corner stitch pattern

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This Criss Cross Crochet Shells Throw is SO Popular!

Criss Cross Crochet Shells Throw

“Beautiful!” “Easy!” and “Very pretty!”—that’s what people who’ve made the Criss Cross Crochet Shells Throw say. And, can you blame them? Not only does this afghan pattern feature delicate shells and pretty shades of pink, but it’s a cinch to create!

If you’ve never tried the shell crochet stitch, this is your chance to learn. It’s

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The PERFECT Crochet Bag for Spring

“Allons-y” is French for “let’s go,” which is what you’ll want to do when you finish this bag. It’s large enough to be an overnight bag, your new crochet bag, or even a carry on for your Summer trip!

Amanda Saladin’s Allons-y Bag pairs two-color granny square trim with single and double crochet to make a

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