Announcement Crochet project

Published on December 19th, 2017 | by Merion


Introducing The Learn to Crochet Project CAL!

Are you at the start of your crochet journey or keen to refresh your skills? We’re thrilled to welcome Joanne Scrace and Kat Goldin from The Crochet Project to teach you how to crochet!



The Learn to Crochet Project

We’ve teamed up with our friends at The Crochet Project to teach you how to crochet with a brand new book and accompanying CAL in January 2018! Learn all about how to hold your hook, how to make a chain and work simple stitches to create four gorgeous projects to wear from the new book, The Learn to Crochet Project!

The Learn to Crochet Project Book contains 84 pages of photo tutorials, information and advice from how to make a slip knot to how to read a pattern, which yarn to use and how to choose the right hook for you!

The Crochet Project

Join the CAL in January 2018!

The patterns in the book are crocheted in gorgeously soft Willow & Lark Ramble, a DK yarn that is 100% wool, perfect for the cosy hat, shawl, cowl and mitts designed by Joanne and Kat. We’ll be running a CAL in January complete with video tutorials and weekly updates, so if you’ve always wanted to master the hook, this is the perfect opportunity to learn a new craft!

the Learn to Crochet Project

To complete all the projects in the book, you’ll need 10 balls of Willow & Lark Ramble, so we’ve created some special colour packs for you ready to purchase ahead of the CAL if you’d like to crochet along with us, or to work through the book on your own.

For more information, and to sign up for emails from The Crochet Project and LoveCrochet, click here!


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About the Author

Merion dreams in colour and adores crochet! From glorious granny blankets to ethereal shawls and lace cardies, she's never very far from her hooks! She loves cake, knitting, heavy horses, books and Mozart. Her favourite colour is duck egg blue.

One Response to Introducing The Learn to Crochet Project CAL!

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