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Criss Cross Crochet Shells Throw

From: The February 2015 Issue of I Like Crochet

Skill level: Easy


“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

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Make This Necklace Today and Shine

Shimmer and Shine Necklace

From: The April 2016 Issue of I Like Crochet

Skill level: Intermediate


When you’re looking for a unique piece of jewelry to put all eyes on you, you’ll be glad you have the Shimmer and Shine Necklace pattern from I Like Crochet. Wear this sparkling necklace with its gleaming stone pendant, and you’ll be admired for your exquisite

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Hooked on Horoscopes: Crochet Your Own Destiny!

As yarn lovers, it’s hard to imagine there was ever a time when we didn’t have least one six projects going at any given time. Crocheting, after all, is a passion. But what if it’s more than that – what if it’s something written in the stars?

If you’re a fan of horoscopes (or if you’re just

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Crochet in the City Book Giveaway + Meet Annemarie!

We reviewed Annemarie Benthem’s new book, Crochet in the City in the latest issue of I Like Crochet so we decided to catch up with her about her new book, creative process, and more! This book is truly a beautiful collection of crochet and we fell in love with the designs, photography, and colors of

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You Need This Easy Cardigan Pattern

Cascading Waterfall Cardigan

From: The February 2016 Issue of I Like Crochet

Skill level: Easy


Now, here is the holy grail of crochet sweater patterns—an easy cardigan that looks good on everyone! The Cascading Waterfall Cardigan, with its flowy shape and lightweight lace design, is the one you’ve been looking for.

What makes this cardigan such a winner? So many reasons! Because

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Don’t Delay! This Baby Crochet Pattern is a Hoot

Owl Hooded Baby Blanket

From: The August 2015 Issue of I Like Crochet

Skill level: Intermediate


A new little one is on the way or has already arrived, and you’re wondering “what can I make to show my love for this new bundle of joy?” Owl you’ll need is your trusty crochet hook and some baby yarn to make something truly special!


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Make a Colorful Mandala Burst Pillow Now

Mandala Burst Pillow

From: The April 2017 Issue of I Like Crochet

Skill level: Intermediate


Bohemian style is all the rage! Just look in any catalog, on Pinterest, or home-décor website and you’ll see this trend everywhere. Characterized by jewel tones, batik prints, and crochet and macramé accessories, “Boho chic” has a distinctly artistic flair.

The Mandala Burst Pillow crochet pattern brings

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Make This Easy Crochet Shawl Today

Half Circle Crochet Shawl

From: The June 2014 Issue of I Like Crochet

Skill level: Easy

Searching for a beginner crochet pattern that makes you look like you’re an expert? The Half Circle Crochet Shawl pattern is for you!

When you wear this light and airy shawl—or give it as a gift—everyone will be impressed with your crochet skills. And no one

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Make Darling Pumpkin Baby Booties

From: The October 2016 Issue of I Like Crochet

Skill level: Easy

Who’s a cute little pumpkin? Your favorite baby! And that little one will look even more precious in these Pretty Pumpkin Baby Booties, an adorable crochet pattern from I Like Crochet

Imagine sweet little feet wiggling into cozy cotton mini “pumpkins” that you crocheted with your

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The Best Crochet Patterns of 2017

Crochet should be inspiring. Crochet should be innovative. And yes, crochet should be addictive. But more than ever this year, we decided crochet should be fun. Thanks to the talented designers for I Like Crochet, 2017 was hands down the best time we’ve ever had creating each issue. Over the course of 6 new issues

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