Tuesday, May 5, 2015

What Did I Buy from Simply Crochet? - Crochet Pattern Finds

While I don't subscribe to the Simply Crochet Magazine, I do visit their Simply Crochet Ravelry page quite often to see what's new, and occasionally sneak a peek when I find the magazine at my local book or craft store. It's a great magazine full of beautiful ideas and great news articles, just a little too expensive for me to be a regular subscriber. 

I am a regular subscriber to their newsletter though, and a few days I received one for with the information on the newest magazine being released, Issue 31. Within the email, I found two patterns I just fell in love with.

So, What Did I Buy from Simply Crochet? Well...
The first thing that caught my eye was this Just Peachy Granny Top.
It's designed by Simone Francis, and found in Issue 30.
Use DK weight yarn, and available in 8 sizes.
Secondly, I purchased the pattern for this Neck Cowl Poncho.
It's also designed by Simone Francis, and from Issue 25.
Use worsted weight yarn, and worked as a One Size Fits Most.

That concludes my 'shopping trip' today. 
What do you think about my selection?

For anyone enjoying the gorgeous warmer Spring weather, what about that Granny Top? Something you will also be making this season?

Are there any that caught your eye?
What about all the colors of the Neck Cowl Poncho? 
I just love how fun it is!

Interested in Purchasing Any of These Items Already Finished?
     I will be working some items up to add to my EyeLoveKnots Etsy shop, but in the meantime - feel free to send me a message with your custom order. Color options are practically endless for all!

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  1. The cute granny top, love that one! Funny thing, took my Mom thrift store digging and found the cutest ever crochet top with Sunflowers as the motif! I should post on my blog a pic of it :-) or on your FB community page so you can see. You could reproduce it you so good with your hooks and yarn! :-)

    1. That granny top jumped a lot of spaces on my list of projects to make, hehe. Would love to see the sunflower top! The crochet/knit look is in right now, I am have been looking at the pieces sold at some of my local stores. Very pretty stuff, and if not for the fact that I want to make it myself, priced very well too!
      Thrift store shopping is always fun! I find the best things at my local Goodwill.