Last week, we were so excited to share the latest issue of I Like Crochet (October) with you, and hopefully you signed up for a subscription! If you’re still on the fence about whether or not you should subscribe, then scroll down for a sneak peek into one of their issues from April 2014. It’s jam-packed with awesome articles including spring cleaning your yarn stash, crocheting the perfect shawlette, and a tutorial on how to join as you go.
I Like Crochet publishes six times per year, which means a one-year subscription will get you access to more than 180 exclusive crochet patterns and tutorials.There are a variety of subscription options available, so you can choose the one that suits your lifestyle (and budget) perfectly. Choose from the following subscription options (all valid for a one-year subscription):
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The I Like Crochet April issue is chock-full of sensational spring patterns. I know, I know, you’ve probably got Christmas on the brain (we do too). But many of these crochet patterns work exceptionally well year-round. Stash-buster projects such as the Mile-a-Minute Scarf and Crochet Zig Zag Dishcloths can certainly be used any time of the year.
Other crochet patterns in the April 2014 issue include (clockwise from top left): the Chilled Mocha Cardigan, Melting Snow Infinity Scarf, Strawberry Cream Cardigan, Leo the (Amigurumi) Lion, Classic Beaded Hanger Cozies, the Stained Glass Granny, and more. There are also must-read features such as Crochet 101: How to Increase and Decrease, Too Cool for (Stitch) School: How to Join as you Go, and Circle in a Square Baby Blanket.
If you’re looking for a new crochet pattern to work up this season, then be sure to check out the latest issue of our new premium content digital magazine, I Like Crochet. A subscription to I Like Crochet includes six issues annually, with each issue delivering 30 projects and 7 tutorials. Subscribe here for access today.
What’s your favorite season?