August 2018: Table of Contents

As summer bids us its final adieu, you’ll need to start crocheting patterns that will take you effortlessly into the season ahead. Dress the part with these 25+ patterns that are perfect for end-of-summer weather. Lightweight favorites like the Summer Moonlight Scarf and Startruck Top are perfect for blending into your existing wardrobe. Pair these with cozy projects like the Stellar Pullover, the Throwback Thursday Jacket and the Town Square Cowl and you’ll be all set for the season ahead. And let’s not forget the home — decorate your house with fresh fall flavor by crocheting the brand new designs featured in this issue. From the Here comes the Sunflower Pillow and the equally adorable Sunflower Throw, adding touches of the new season to any space will be a breeze.

Plus, don’t miss my personal favorite, the All Squared Away Scarf which features bold and beautiful granny squares!

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Making legs for your crocheted toys shouldn’t be stressful. This tutorial will show you, step by step, how to make it happen! Then, practice what you’ve learned in the Clever Critter Pencil Case pattern Read More 


The crocodile stitch might look intimidating, but once you’ve mastered it, you’ll love incorporating it into your crocheted pieces, from items to wear to home décor! Once you’ve got it down, practice your skills with the adorable Owl See You at School Backpack pattern in this issue . Read More 


Decreasing in crochet doesn’t have to be difficult! Keep reading for a step-by-step guide that demonstrates two ways to easily decrease in your crochet projects. Then, practice what you’ve learned in the Purr-fect Backpack pattern. Read More 


Go back to school in style with this sweet fox pencil case. This case can easily hold pencils, pens, markers and more. Plus, learn how to make his adorable little legs with Heidi’s step-by-step tutorial. Read More 


Your little one will certainly have the cutest back pack in her class! The triangle button adds the perfect touch to this little owl. Read More 


Using a simple textured stitch, this Cat Backpack will be cute on the school bus or at the park filled with school supplies or a snack. This project uses simple construction and amigurimi techniques to achieve adorable results. Read More 


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