February 2023: Table of Contents

The weather outside is frightful, but these brand new patterns are oh so delightful! From colorful and lacy spring patterns, to a cozy crochet sweater (with playful stripes) and garden-inspired bags, you’ll find a variety of designs that are bright, fresh and new!

Start by crocheting everyday pieces that mix and match seamlessly into your wardrobe. The Cailyn Henley Sweater is bound to become a favorite. This crochet take on the classic henley sweater is comfy, stylish and will become your go-to wearable for the season. Pair it with your favorite jeans and new favorite accessory: the Maura Motif Leather and Crochet Tote. Combining leather squares and crochet stitches, this design will stretch your crafting and crochet skills. The end result is a tote that’s polished, uniquely yours and ideal for every winter-to-spring outfit.

Plus, get spring ready with the patterns featured in our Spring Chic List. Add a pop of color (and crochet) to your outfits with the charming Florence Double Flower Drop Earrings. This fun accessory features lightweight crochet flowers in colorful cotton thread. Next, make yourself the perfect spring companion by crocheting the Maci Seamless Crochet Top. Made from the top down with a lovely drape, the lace yoke and ruffle in this design creates an eye catching and flirty design. The Crochet Transitions Duster is another must-make pattern. Packed with a variety of stitches, from v-stitches to granny shell stitches, this duster will keep you occupied as the details reveal themselves.

Happy crocheting,


Stretch your crafting and crocheting skills with the Maura Tote. Combining leather squares and crochet stitches, the result is a tote that’s polished and uniquely yours. Read More 

Maci is a cute top-down, seamless crochet top worked in a bamboo blend yarn with a lace yoke and ruffle. This design has a lovely drape, loose sleeves and pretty edgings making it one of our favorites from this issue. Read More 

The Sundown Pillow is made from 2 squares seamed together using the whip stitch. The front square features a textured herringbone stitch in the center and uses tapestry crochet to create a zig-zag pattern on each side. The pillow is finished with large tassels in each corner. Read More