I am beyond thrilled to announce that one of my patterns was featured in the I Like Crochet August 2021 Issue. In this post I am sharing about my own design as well as sharing some of my favorite designs in the issue!
August is such an enjoyable month as you soak up the last days of summer with the anticipation of autumn! But for crocheters, this may feel like a strange time as the heat outside is telling you to keep crocheting summer things, while the calendar is pressuring you into autumn projects. I Like Crochet has taken both of these feelings and merged them into their latest issue! The August 2021 issue is filled with patterns and inspiration for summer designs that are a lovely transition to fall as well as a few fall designs.
This issue is extra special since it not only contains one of my own design, but that design was featured on the cover! I am going to share a little bit more about my design as well as highlight some of my other favorite designs featured!
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The Jessy Tank Top
With a classic silhouette and minimal shaping, the Jessy Tank Top is the ideal transitional garment! Wear this top on its own with shorts or a skirt for a breezy summer outfit. For cool, fall days, pair with jeans and a cardigan to stay both cozy and fashionable! For optimal wearability, crochet this lovely tank top up in a neutral color to ensure endless mixing and matching!
The Jessy Tank Top is one of the first tank tops I have designed, and I can truly say this tank top has inspired me to make many more! The texture of the stitch pattern elevates this tank top, while still maintaining simplicity and ease. This garment uses DK weight cotton yarn to ensure a light and breezy fabric, while the simple construction allows for an easy project to crochet!
I truly hope you enjoy this tank top as it is a design that I am so proud of!
The Harmony Hairpin Lace Afghan
If this blanket isn’t major color inspiration I don’t know what is! I am a huge advocate for the small details and I love how this blanket looks simplistic from afar, there are tiny details up close! If you are wanting to make this blanket to have more of an autumn aesthetic, I think this would beautiful in rust, gray, and white hues, just saying… ?
The Adored I-Cord Bracelet
Can you believe that these bracelets are crochet? When I first saw these bracelets I was extremely impressed! I would definitely recommend making these bracelets if you want to squeeze in a quick summer project. I also think these bracelets would make a great last-minute gift! And aren’t they just they cutest when they’re stacked?
The Raegan Mesh Sweater
If you are on the hunt for a statement sweater, this sweater is it! I love that this sweater is worked up in a neutral color as the muted tone really always the intricate details to stand out! This sweater would be such a fun garment to wear when its cold outside, plus I firmly believe that it is never too early to start on crochet projects for fall! 🙂
Let me know in the comments below or on Instagram what your favorite design from this issue is or if you make the Jessy Tank Top!
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