Spring has sprung! And much as I love the thick woolly jumpers we get to snuggle up in during the winter months, I have to admit I’m breathing a sigh of relief at longer days, clearer skies and the first shoots of plants and flowers re-emerging into the light. There’s something about clusters of daffodils on morning walks that means I can’t help but smile!
Welcoming in the joys of spring this issue we’ve got a gorgeous woolly wrap by Rosina Northcott, which combines filet crochet and lace with a stunning British yarn. There’s also a lightweight Tunisian crochet top by Bianca Boonstra, in pure cotton, and a lovely lacy shrug in a silk blend by Elisabeth Davis de Herraiz.
If you’re after projects for the kids, we’ve got a great selection this month too, with a sweet
nursery mobile featuring fun sea creatures by Sarah Reed, as well as
adorable baby booties from Millie Masterton.
And if you turn to page 24 you’ll find the third part of our colourful mystery crochet-along by Annelies Baes – it’s all starting to come together now!
Check out this issue’s instalment to make a start on the borders, and if you haven’t started yet see how to order a complete pack of all the yarn you need.
Rhian Drinkwater, Editor