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Inside Crochet

If you love crochet you’ll want to read Inside Crochet. Every month there are interviews with the best designers and the new rising stars of Crochet, reviews of yarns and books, news and events. There are also plenty of patterns to keep your fingers busy until the next issue and beyond with beautiful pictures to guide you along the way and even a handy abbreviation section and how to guide should you need it.

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