Golden, crunchy leaves cover the ground while you wear your favorite cardigan – cozy and cable covered – down to the apple orchard for day of apple picking. The weather is cool, but your sweater is warm. Along with comfort foods and fun fall activities, comfy, stylish and warm clothing is a crucial part of the season. Just imagine going through autumn without your favorite cardigan? It’s impossible! If you’re looking at your closet right now and wondering how you’ll make it through the chilly season ahead, fear not because we’ve got you covered. In this new issue of I Like Crochet, we’ve blended autumn’s rich color palette with classic crochet construction to create pieces that you’ll want to crochet year after year.
Start with a showstopper: The Vivien Duster Cardigan. Inspired by the colors of the sunset, this bold piece is made from the bottom up with minimum seaming, making it a great project for a variety of skill levels, including beginners.
Next, create some fall staples by crocheting a gorgeous cabled vest, new cardigans and ponchos, an incredibly fashionable round purse, and my personal favorite: a sweater blazer. Whether you’re hoping for cool and casual or are craving an elevated fall glam look, the Filippa Crochet Sweater Blazer nails effortless style like no other project. It’s the garment you’ll be grabbing all season.
Once you’ve finished creating new fall favorites for your wardrobe, it’s time to give the living room some love. Introducing the Luna Bobble Stitch Lapghan. Made with super bulky yarn, this ultra cozy blanket is perfect for nights spent indoors, snuggling on the sofa with piping hot apple cider.
Simple crochet mesh creates this flowing and easy-to-wear poncho. Rounds are worked turned and the last half of the body has slits along the front sides to make it easy to belt or tuck into a skirt or trousers. The swingy loose fit makes this a garment you will delight in wearing as the season changes. Read More
Steeplechase is a gorgeous pattern for a wonderful vest that boasts a classic V-neckline, buttoned front and a simple, striking texture. Add a bit of warmth to your outfit with this timeless piece that mixes effortlessly with closet staples. Read More
Stand out in a crowd with this stunning duster inspired by the sunset. Made from the bottom up with minimum seaming, the sleeves are crocheted directly onto the garment. Working in the front loop creates a subtle stitch texture that adds to the visual interest and is easy enough for a beginner crocheter to try. Read More
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Shades of Autumn
- Luna Bobble Stitch Lapghan
- Copper Mandala Bag
- Margareta Cardi
- Maylin Cropped Cardigan
- Tilly the Pony
- Pippa Half-Zip Sweater
- Filippa Crochet Sweater Blazer
- Cavalli Poncho Vest
Falling Back In Love
- Radley Tunisian Hat
- Arista Cardigan
- Rosalyn Woven Cowl