February 2019: Table of Contents

Get ready to fall in love with this new issue featuring some of winter’s finest patterns. For the (chilly) romantics at heart, whip up some cozy projects featuring delicate heart details. The Two of Hearts Scarf is a quick project that’s perfect for family members and friends. Or take a walk on the wild side with the Wild Texture section, where you’ll discover fresh and funky designs incorporating fringe, poms, chunky stitches and bright yarn. Have you ever seen a crocheted version of a leopard print scarf? Just look inside this issue! Plus, we’ve put together some of our boldest projects yet, all inspired by colorful florals that will brighten up your winter. My personal favorite is the Azalea Poncho which features pops of yellow, white, red and pink! No matter what you’re looking for — afghans, scarves, ponchos, wraps, bags — you’ll find everything you need to start this season off on the right foot. Go on; crochet your heart out!

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Join Jen Lucas as we dive into the basics of crochet with the first part of this series. Refresh your skills or pass along to a friend who would love to learn how to crochet as these videos are simple and easy to follow. It’s always good to have a great resource of instructions handy for when you just can’t remember how to do a slip knot properly or when you confuse single and double crochet for no reason at all. Hit refresh and learn from these quick and easy tutorials. Read More 


It’s that time of year again: welcome to the official top 50 patterns from I Like Crochet for 2018. Featuring classic patterns for the home, cozy cardigans with colorful accents, gorgeous tees, airy shawls and wraps (and even some bags), this list covers it all. And we couldn’t have done it without each and every one of the talented designers who create exclusive projects for our issues. Truly, we are so proud of everything we’ve accomplished together. Read More 


We wanted our designers to weigh in on some of the pressing questions that knitters and non-knitters have. Hear what they have to say and feel free to chime in with your answers too! Read More 



Just like clockwork, when Spring rolls around so does an array of beautiful flowers! The puff stitches in this design resemble whimsical little lilacs, making this stitch the perfect addition to your repertoire as you enjoy crocheting lightweight shawls and scarves during the warmer months! This in-depth tutorial is there to help every crochet newbie who would like to tackle the “Spring Lilac Headband” pattern. Read More 


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