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Coral Crush: Celebrate The Color of The Year With These 10 Patterns

With spring on its way and the feeling that 2019 is just getting started, we wanted to highlight the patterns and yarn that match Pantone’s Color of the Year: Living Coral. While we wait for warmer days and the sun to come out, Living Coral makes its presence known in a variety of our past patterns. Seeing all of these designs together for the first time, we can see why this vibrant shade has captured our hearts for a very long time. We’re just glad that the color is finally getting the spotlight it deserves.


Berry Kiss Cowl Top

From the August 2014 issue

by Premier Yarns

This berry pink cowl tank works perfectly for any summer barbecue or concert and is a must-make accessory for the summer. View Pattern

Premier Yarns Cotton Fair – Peach


Foliage in the Woods Wrap: Zinnia Version

From the February 2019 issue

by Carmen Heffernan

A fresh and floral take on this cozy wrap will add a skip in your step as we head into spring. This version, complete with tassels, is warm and lacy and bursting with color. Larger motifs make this design easy to wrap in a variety of ways.

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Caron Cakes – Spice Cake

Eden Eyelets Scarf

From the collection: The Ultimate Scarf Collection: 5 Must-Have Patterns

by Sue Perez

Eyelets float between rows of dc in this lacy fringed scarf that works up quickly in DK weight yarn. For best stitch appearance, choose a smooth, non-elastic yarn such as cotton or linen.

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Knit Picks CotLin – Concho

Flourishing Fleurs Scarf

From the June 2018 issue

by Tanya Eberhardt

Hook yourself with this on-trend summer flower scarf that’s sure to draw attention! With panels of flourishing lace flowers paired with a denser fabric, this scarf is poised to carry you from season to season.

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MillaMia Naturally Soft Cotton – Flamingo


Tuscan Flowers Scarf

From the August 2017 issue

by Kristi Simpson

Floral motifs that are daintily joined make this bright scarf just lightweight enough for a summer’s day. From warm summer nights to cooler fall evenings, this scarf will take you through the seasons.

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Cascade Yarns Ultra Pima – Coral

Isla Rug

From the collection: The Modern Crochet Home Decor Collection: 5 Trendy Designs

by Karen von Kluge

This rug is created using a 3-weight yarn that is tripled to make it cushy and quick to crochet. You’ll love how effortlessly this design fits into your home.

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Lion Brand Mandala – 201 Pegasus

Adventure-Ready Tote

From the June 2017 issue

by Tanya Eberhardt

When you decide it’s time for a quick and spontaneous vacation, you need a tote that can stand up to the challenge. Roomy and beautifully striped, this bag is the ideal travel companion. Plus, since it’s quick to crochet, you can whip it up easily while planning all the stops on your trip.

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Lily Sugar ‘n Cream – Tea Rose


Grapefruit Sorbet Shrug

From the February 2018 issue

by Olivia Kent

With it’s quirky, vintage granny square design, the Grapefruit Sorbet Shrug will leave you hearing retro tunes playing. It won’t be long before you’re eager to start planning a delightful spring brunches full of fun, fruity drinks!

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Garnstudio Drops Paris – Raspberry


Citrus Chic Cowl

From the February 2018 issue

by Jennifer E. Ryan

Two unique stitches make up this lightweight cowl – the star stitch and sideways puff stitch. This Lotus yarn shows the detail of each stitch well and gives the cowl great drape.

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Designing Vashti Lotus – Peachy Sheen


Pomelo Shawl

From the February 2018 issue

by Susan Heyn

Crochet a large shawl in the vibrant color of a pomelo and wear it well into spring. It’s the perfect bold piece to add to your winter wardrobe.

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Red Heart Soft – Coral



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