Cold Weather Crochet | Sneak Peek!

As winter approaches, crocheters all over the world are picking up their hooks and yarn looking for cosy projects to keep them busy this Winter. Fortunately for us, well-known and well-loved crochet and knitwear designer Marly Bird has released her new book, Cold Weather Crochet, which is full of exciting projects to suit all abilities. We take a sneaky peek inside to view the crocheted delights on offer…

We take a sneaky peek inside Cold Weather Crochet

Whether you live somewhere cold or just love to snuggle up in layers of cosy yarn, Cold Weather Crochet offers 21 projects for both men and women. With step by step instructions, easy to follow illustrations and beautiful photography, crocheters of all abilities will feel confident in their abilities to make something wonderful!

Blanket Sneaky peek inside Cold Weather Crochet

There are a range of cosy crochet projects to choose from, including small accessories such as hats, gloves and scarves. This simple hat below is made using three colours of yarn in a stitch pattern but can also be made it into a lovely headband…perfect for a matching his ‘n hers set!

We take a sneaky peek inside Cold Weather Crochet

With a huge choice of crocheted projects to choose from including, blankets, lace wraps, hats, gloves, cowls and hooded scarves, you will be spolilt for choice on which item you make first. My personal favourites include these lovely Thrummed Slippers and New Favourite Socks, both pictured below.

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We take a sneaky peek inside Cold Weather CrochetStart crocheting your winter warmers today! Pre order your copy of Cold Weather Crochet and receive the eBook for free. Alternatively, head over to the shop and browse our complete Cold Weather Crochet category for other exciting products.

 

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