Interweave Crochet Winter 2013

In the Interweave Crochet Winter 2013, art Nouveau crochet patterns find inspiration from Downton Abbey. Linda Permann shows you how to convert a pullover to a cardigan and vice versa. Plus, we've got crochet sweaters for guys and the only crochet mitten pattern you'll ever need. Twenty wintry projects will keep you busy until spring.
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Find dynamic styles as well as timeless classics in the Winter 2013 issue of Interweave Crochet. Art Nouveau gets a twist with stylish crochet patterns inspired by Downton Abbey. Winter whites go ethereal in lightweight yarns for a bit of layering warmth. The Essential Pullover presents three different silhouettes, one just right for you. Rather have a cardi? Linda Permann shows you how to convert a pullover to a cardigan and vice versa. Plus, we've got great crochet sweaters for guys and the only crochet mitten pattern you'll ever need. Twenty wintry projects will keep you busy until spring.

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I found it a little discouraging and it does not take too much to discourage me, a frustrated interrupted knitter with poor concentration, eyesight and no war dollars or yarn stash. The glossary has been removed. I do not always have ability to run about and get online...I just realized I could access neighbor way across the street strong signal with three bars on my carport! I spent my only $6.,99 to find that the glossary of techniques for projects in issue was gone. And then the Nexus "circular" "tube" scarf does not fit the description of working in the round, afterall, cast on was only 69 stitches, right? I found that very daunting, just when I thought I understood what I was reading. You see I have taken the task of reading knitting patterns and mentally working them in my mind, just in case I gain a grand inheritance...For us poor little advanced want-to-be knitters, please continue the glossary of skills so we poor knitters do not have to go begging about for help and keep our dignity. :)

(Posted on 11/6/13)