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I Like Crochet Magazine June 2017 Issue Sneak Peak and Review
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The June Issue of I Like Crochet is finally available. I am so excited. It is all about summer patterns and crochet. What else do you need?
Did you know that when you subscribe HERE to I Like Crochet that you don’t just get access to the June Magazine, but also all the previous issues? That means you get hundreds of patterns with one simple subscription! Wow.
And I Like Crochet has an app also, so you can access it from your tablet or phone and download any issue and use it even without internet! Awesome! And if you are old-fashioned like me, you can even print out the patterns. All of them if you wish.
Here I will give you a sneak peak what you can expect to find in this new issue. You not find this anywhere else!!!
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Bright summer days are ahead and we knew that meant vibrant colors were in order! Pinks, yellows, and blues will help you celebrate the SUN with your kids during the long and sunny days of summer. Whether you want to spruce up a room with a punch of color or just make something new for your little one, we’re hoping that you enjoy all the SUNdays this summer has to offer.
Ice Pop Stripes Afghan
Check out this cute and adorable blanket! Perfect for the summer. And on the side note, this baby seems pretty happy about this blanket also. Too cute!
Dare to Flair Toddler Dress
This dress is gorgeous. Any girl would be so happy to wear it. I love it.
Introducing our first-ever wedding collection in this issue has been such a delight. These four designs are perfect for the big day whether you are the bride-to-be, a flower girl, or wedding guest. These designers were inspired by modern fashion while also taking cues from traditional crochet. Perhaps one day these designs can turn into family heirlooms to really be something borrowed…
“Something Blue” Wrap
Wow. Simple but yet so elegant. I would love to make one for myself. So pretty.
Lazy summer days at the beach inspired this collection of crochet patterns. Weekends were made for crochet and summer is made for weekend getaways to your favorite places. Whether you’ve got a girls’ weekend planned or you just need some time to yourself with your favorite yarn, this collection will having you wishing for Friday!
Island Time Dress
Wow. I need that dress. I can’t believe how beautiful it is. I have never seen a dress so pretty.
The moment when the sun sets on the horizon and the sky is filled with the most perfect shades we have ever seen inspired this collection. To embrace these colors and the “soft” feel, we asked our designers to pick the softest shades and the softest yarn they could. The results were spectacular, just like the end of a sunset on the water with the waves lapping softly on the shore…
Morning Glory Shawl
This shawl is just fabulous. I just imagine myself, walking on a beach with my husband and have this shawl wrapped around me. I would feel like the prettiest girl on the planet.
See You Layer
Summer can be hard to crochet for – the thought of breaking out yarn on a sweltering day can seem unbearable and wearing a sweater seems out of the question. This problem is one we decided to tackle – with summer-appropriate yarn and casual crochet pieces that are perfect for layering. With a color palette inspired by beach glass, you’ll be more than excited to pick up your hooks and yarn this season.
Deep Water Tee
I have a shirt that is similar to this tee, but mine is black and NOT crocheted. Soooo, I have to make myself one, right now. Because I love tee’s that have a small opening on the arms. It looks so pretty.
So, this small review is more like a sneak peak I guess. But I hope it gives you an idea what the magazine has to offer. I only picked a small handful of patterns for you to take a look at. There are hundreds more. And I love every single one of them.
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