Staff picks

Date: 27th February 2014 | Category: Favourite Things, News, Pattern


In case you missed it, our editor Claire Montgomerie has been sharing some of her favourite patterns this month (here, here and here) and we've taken the time to talk to the rest of the team and find out what tops their list of must-make projects from recent issues of Inside Crochet.
We'd love to hear from our readers to, so be sure to leave a comment and let us know what your favourite pattern has been!

Rhian Drinkwater
Job Description: Sub editor
Favourite Pattern: The Boyfriend Cardigan by Rohn Strong (issue 42) tempted me as soon as I saw it. It’s not “me” at all, but I couldn’t resist it – pure white with all those bright colours, in an oversized cardie that’s perfect to pull around yourself.
Rhian Blogged about her progress with this design here: http://thecraftygeek.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/colourful-crochet.html

Cassie Ward
Job Description: Sales/Advertising
Favourite Pattern: Definitely the Fox Poncho/Cape (issue 48)! I started hooking my own as soon as the issue was delivered (below).

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Charles Voth
Job Description: Technical editor, responsible for the accuracy of patterns
Favourite Pattern: For it's beauty and technical challenge and interest, I like Navaho Stole from Issue 44. If I were going to crochet something for myself, should I have the time, I'd choose the Johnny Hoodie from Issue 38.
Read more about Charles on his website at: http://charlesvothdesigns.ca/

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Stephanie Peat

Job description: Designer (responsible for making the pages of Inside Crochet look so fabulous).

Favourite Pattern: Genevieve Gloves in Issue 46

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Lindsay Taylor

Job description: Advertising Sales Manager

Favourite Pattern: It was a really difficult choice but after having a lovely browse through all my back copies of Inside Crochet I eventually decided on the Peony Camisole in issue 44.





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