INTERWEAVE CROCHET SPRING 2011
Lacy loveliness and fabulous projects for children are the hallmarks of this issue, with twenty-five bright designs for spring.
Learn left- and right-handed broomstick techniques as well as new Tunisian techniques, then use your newfound skills to create beautiful garments.
Check out our new definition of twin sets: a single pattern with different detailing for boys and girls; a girl and doll matching set; and two playsets in compatible colors for sisters or BFFs.
Plus: Read about Dora Ohrenstein's quest for the origin of crochet. And Betsy Greer's Craftivism column focuses on kids crocheting for kids.
And we have the final five reader-designed squares for the Chain Reaction Afghan Project.