Sunshine and Marmalade

By Melissa Mall Model: ‘Ivy’ Photos: Melissa Mall The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and it’s time for picnics in the park! Dress your little girl for the occasion while still staying cool with this pretty little cotton jumper. I chose these colors because they remind me of sun and citrus, but you […]

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A Letter from the Editor

Photo credit: meknits / Foter.com / CC BY Can you feel the warmth of that sunshine? The wind through the leaves in the treetops? (The mounting humidity, and resultant commencement of air conditioning everywhere you go?) It’s summer! Or nearly enough. And here at Crochetvolution, summer is a time for cotton and lace and yet […]

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Lilac and Sage Tote Bag

By Sarah Gomez Model: Sarah Gomez Photos: Patricia Gomez, Sarah Gomez The Lilac and Sage Tote Bag is perfect for carrying around any number of things. Use it at the beach, at the park, or in the living room to keep your stash contained. Crocheted in a sturdy cotton yarn, it works up quickly and […]

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Hexy

With Spring breezes on the mind and the buds getting ready on the trees, it is still too cool to go without some kind of warmth while perusing the yard or taking young ones to the park. Hexy is a half circle shawl that has plenty of open work to keep the shawl from getting too warm, but solid enough to provide warmth.

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Water Lilies Purse

This little purse is just the right size for carrying a phone, wallet, and keys, with room for a little bit more. Worked in the round with a touch of texture, it is quick to finish and easy to personalize. Try it with a self-striping yarn for a completely different effect!

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A Letter from the Editor

(Wondering what’s been taking so long? Publication of the Spring issue was delayed by the arrival of this issue’s cover model. I forgive her, though – she’s pretty cute.) Spring is a beautiful season. As we emerge from the cold and the darkness of winter new life ‘springs’ up around us! From crocus and daffodils […]

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