Crochetscene 2014

The special issue Crochetscene features 35+ on-trend crochet projects designed with the new crocheter in mind.

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Magazine Single Issue
Crochetscene 2014
$14.99
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Crochetscene 2014 Digital Edition
$14.99

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>This special oversized issue of Crochetscene features 35+ on-trend crochet projects designed with the new crocheter in mind, but engaging enough for experienced crocheters.

Crochetscene offers clear, easy-to-follow patterns—as well as a special step-by-step How to Crochet section—allowing you the ability to crochet fabulous garments quickly and without angst.

Wrap crochet into your lifestyle with these quick yet refined projects—garments, accessories, home dec projects, bags and more—that let you proclaim that you are a crocheter.

SKU: CS1400-EP8897-GROUPED

SKU: CS1400-EP8897-GROUPED

Customer Reviews

oh yes, I love it Review by Barbara
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I couldn't get over the top on the cover, so I splurged and bought the magazine.... Wow! Like others who have said it, I found several patterns I am interested in working up. Yep, it's pricey, but, yep, it's worth it!

(Posted on 9/25/2014)

(Posted on 9/25/2014)

Overview on ravelry Review by MARIE-JOELLE
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If you want to have an overview of the models included in this magazine, just have a look in Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/crochetscene-2014/patterns

(Posted on 9/24/2014)

(Posted on 9/24/2014)

Crochetscene 2014 magazine offer Review by Catherine
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It looks like the magazine would be a great thing to have, however, whenever I go to purchase a crochet magazine I get to see what is inside and if it is the kind of things I would be interested in.
There is no way, other than by the index to see what is being offered. A simple view of a few of the items being offered in the magazine would b helpful in me making my decision

(Posted on 9/22/2014)

(Posted on 9/22/2014)

Worth the Price Review by Susan
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I was hesitant to pay so much for a pattern magazine but was able to find a discount code online. Once I downloaded, I am more than pleased with the amount of patterns and the quality of the content. The patterns are very classy. I am sure both my highs cool age daughter and the one in college would be thrilled to wear most of these items. There I are even jewelry patterns! So happy to have added this to my collection. I know I will be referring to it for many years to come.

(Posted on 8/31/2014)

(Posted on 8/31/2014)

Awesome magazine Review by Anne
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I have bought the digital version of this Crochetscene magazine, and have immediately decided on more than a few patterns I would like to try. It is very modern and on trend, nothing 'old fashioned' about anything in there, it is going to be a favourite of my magazine. Thank you to all the wonderful people that have submitted patterns to this issue, I admire your skill and effort to keep crochet modern.

(Posted on 8/9/2014)

(Posted on 8/9/2014)

Beautiful collection of projects Review by Marcia
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I own every copy of Interweave Knits and Interweave Crochet magazines, quite a few Knitscene magazines and many Interweave published books. So when I got the email about this magazine I hesitated buying it thinking I do NOT need another magazine. Usually when I look through a crochet or knitting magazine I find maybe one or two patterns I'd actually make and occasionally I get one that has up to 5 patterns I'm interested in. As I'm sure is the same for anyone, the number of patterns I'm interested in tells me whether or not the value of the magazine is worth my hard earned money. Then today another email arrived reminding me of this new Crochetscene issue and I took a second look at the pictures in the email. I saw a couple of things I was interested in, especially the Delia bag. Was the price worth just that one or two patterns that I knew I would definitely make though? What the heck, I have spent more on two cups of designer coffee and I love Interweave magazines for inspiration even if I don't make everything in them. I bought the digital version (my husband's plea to reduce the dust collectors ringing in my ears :-) ) and I have to say I am very glad that I did. I am already looking through my expansive yarn stash to find yarn to make several of these patterns. Overall I've already flagged 6 patterns that I am definitely going to make as gifts for others and at least 7 that my daughter and I want for ourselves. This was a great purchase for me, I'm glad I decided to get it.

(Posted on 8/7/2014)

(Posted on 8/7/2014)