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Use your Majestic yarn to knit and crochet gorgeous and unique projects

"Summer's a little way off yet, but we're gearing up for warmer weather with a gorgeous palette of sunny tones, combined with fresh white. Your special Majestic kit contains a free cable needle so you can learn the ancient art of knitting twisting cables – it's so simple! Toy fans will love our cat and unicorn patterns, and our exclusive truck pattern by Amanda Berry is sure to be a hit with the kids. For those of you looking to spruce up your living space, we have a set of easy heart coasters by up-and-coming designer La Messing, plus a beautiful bouquet of lillies for you to try. Don't miss out on the launch of our exciting short story competition – we've got a fab prize lined up, so get your thinking cap on!"
– Elaine Bennett, Editor

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How to Crochet: magic loop and chain circles

How to Crochet: magic loop and chain circles

There are various ways to crochet in circles; here, Abbie Southern demonstrates two of them - the Magic Loop method, and a simple chain stitch technique.

How to Crochet: magic loop and chain circles
How to Crochet: trims

How to Crochet: trims

Add extra interest and a pretty finish to blankets or garments by edging with one of Abbie Southern's stylish trim stitch suggestions.

How to Crochet: trims
How to Crochet: decreasing/increasing

How to Crochet: decreasing/increasing

Crochet patterns, especially for garments and toys, often call for stitches to be increased or decreased. Abbie Southern takes us through these essential techniques.

How to Crochet: decreasing/increasing
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