Moorit Crochet Mag
Moorit Crochet Mag
Moorit Crochet Mag
Moorit Crochet Mag

Moorit Crochet Mag

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From the publisher:

Issue n.1

The very first issue of Moorit is a celebration of our love for crochet… for its innate beauty, for its versatility, and for its suitability to all types of garments and accessories.

The designs showcase a wide, but in no way exhaustive, range of techniques, including Tunisian, tapestry and intarsia colourwork, front/back posts stitches, and amigurumi.

Issue 1 features three sweaters, a vest, a skirt, a pair of socks, 2 shawls, a hat, a matching cowl and mitten set, and an amigurumi design.

Plus, there’s an embroidered handkerchief project to make and an article about the impact of industrialization on garment fitting.

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Issue n.2

Issue 2 is Moorit’s first take on the warmer seasons.

The designers looked to the sea for our Issue 2 theme, Clear Waters, to create pieces that feel like a breath of fresh coastal air.

Discover 12 patterns inspired by the movement of the ocean, the colours of the seaside, and magical moments on the beach. And with 8 tops to choose from, you’ll be sure to find the perfect spring garment to make.

Plus, a tasty recipe from Helda Penagary and a feature on The Birlinn Yarn Company by Meg Rodgers.

With designs by… Aklori Designs, Claudia Dingle, Emilia Johansson, Fay Dashper-Hughes, Ines Rodgers, Jeanette Bøgelund Bentzen, Linda Skuja, Michelle Boucher, Michelle White, Stephan C. Burse Jr., and Yessabett Bueno Fernández.

Using yarn from… Alley Cat Yarns, BC Garn, BettaKnit, The Border Mill, The Fibre Co., Fyberspates, John Arbon, Knitting for Olive, Marianated Yarns, Nuturing Fibres, RiverKnits, TAnana, and Weku Yarn

And other contributions from… Helda Penagary and Meg Rodgers

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Issue n.3

We’re taking you on an interstellar mission to discover 10 celestial crochet designs for autumn and winter in moorit ‘Cosmic’ issue.

Their designers went starry-eyed as they looked upwards for inspiration. The designs explore a variety of astronomical phenomena from binary star systems and gaseous nebulae to the invisible movements of heavenly bodies.

You’ll find elegant textures and colours that reflect the awesome and sublime beauty of the cosmos.

In this issue, Fay Dashper-Hughes runs an experiment, exploring how using yarn under can radically change the look and feel of crocheted fabric compared to the traditional yarn overs.

With designs by: Abbeymade, Alyson Chu, Begoña Castillejo Sánchez, Deanne Ramsay, Helda Panagary, Jaelithe Virgin-Downey, Liv Steatham, Lori Harrison, Sandra Gutierrez, Sofia Botelho

Using yarn from: Adventures in Yarncraft, Barker Wool, CaMaRose, The Birlinn Yarn Company, Eden Cottage Yarns, Feliz y Punto, Ginger’s Hand Dyed, Jokamamo Textiles, Malabrigo, Townhouse Yarns, The Wool Kitchen

And other contributions from Fay Dashper-Hughes, Isabella Stambio, John Williamson, Kelsi Morris.

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Issue n.5

Naturally, we just had to find a way to celebrate the beautiful country of Scotland that moorit calls home, and here’s the perfect theme: Highland Retreat.

Featuring 12 beautiful crochet patterns, and 1 knitting project, Issue 5 is a lovely little ode to time well-spent in the Highlands.

You will find jumpers perfect for cosy evenings on the couch, hats and mittens for adventurous wintry walks, and shawls and cowls to top it all off. This issue also includes one menswear and one gender-neutral jumper.

With designs by: Alyson Chu, Erin Ellis, Jessica Khochare, Ines Rodgers, Inyoung Kim, Jeanette Sloan, Lydia Niven, Maria Jęczmyk, Fay Dashper-Hughes, Robyn Berry, Smitha Crasta, Sònia Torner

Using yarn from: Along Avec Anna, Biches et Bûches, Brooklyn Tweed, CaMaRose, The Crafty Bird, The Fibre Co., Gullet Farm, John Arbon Textiles, Quince & Co., RiverKnits, Rosa Pomar, Zakami Yarn

And other contributions from: Gaelle Chassery, Gullet Farm

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