Moorit Issue 3 cover features model Ijeoma standing upright with a  pensive expression against an almost black background. She is wearing Haumea, a two-tone striped jumper.
Ginan is a Tunisian jumper with a round neck. In this close-up you can see the increases radiating across the yoke. It uses the assigned pooling method where pops of colour are set against the teal green background.
The Connected Cosmos cowl is a snug knit-look colourwork cowl. The main motif features circles surrounded by concentric rings.
Nebular is a large triangular shawl with a fancy lace edge. There are alternating stripes of fluffy suri alpaca and merino yarn.
Haumea is an Aran weight jumper with gentle bell sleeves. The colour blocking divides the jumper in half, with one half dark with light stripes on the yoke, and the other side the reverse of that.
Fly Me to the Moon is a large semi-circle, two-tone shawl with lace detailing as well as post stitch sections.
Solwind is a shaped cowl that can be worn easily under a coat. It fits close to the neck, then increases to sit on the shoulders like a sweater yoke.
Astronomia is a intarsia colourwork pullover. The jumper begins from the top in maroon with eyelets, and the colour extends in a point down the front, back and each sleeve.
Star Trails is a small triangular shawl featuring bands of Star stitch.
Arcus is a feather-light oversized cardigan with voluminous sleeves.
Leonids is a DK weight Tunisian crochet shawl. Done mainly in Tunisian knit stitch, the surface is punctuated with shooting stars.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Moorit Issue 3 cover features model Ijeoma standing upright with a  pensive expression against an almost black background. She is wearing Haumea, a two-tone striped jumper.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Ginan is a Tunisian jumper with a round neck. In this close-up you can see the increases radiating across the yoke. It uses the assigned pooling method where pops of colour are set against the teal green background.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The Connected Cosmos cowl is a snug knit-look colourwork cowl. The main motif features circles surrounded by concentric rings.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Nebular is a large triangular shawl with a fancy lace edge. There are alternating stripes of fluffy suri alpaca and merino yarn.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Haumea is an Aran weight jumper with gentle bell sleeves. The colour blocking divides the jumper in half, with one half dark with light stripes on the yoke, and the other side the reverse of that.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Fly Me to the Moon is a large semi-circle, two-tone shawl with lace detailing as well as post stitch sections.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Solwind is a shaped cowl that can be worn easily under a coat. It fits close to the neck, then increases to sit on the shoulders like a sweater yoke.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Astronomia is a intarsia colourwork pullover. The jumper begins from the top in maroon with eyelets, and the colour extends in a point down the front, back and each sleeve.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Star Trails is a small triangular shawl featuring bands of Star stitch.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Arcus is a feather-light oversized cardigan with voluminous sleeves.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Leonids is a DK weight Tunisian crochet shawl. Done mainly in Tunisian knit stitch, the surface is punctuated with shooting stars.

Issue 3 - Autumn/Winter 2022

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Official on sale date: 27 Sept 2022

We're taking you on an interstellar mission to discover 10 celestial crochet designs for autumn and winter in our 'Cosmic' issue. Our 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 unders can radically change the look and feel of crocheted fabric compared to the traditional yarn overs. 

View Issue 3 pattern details

 

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

 

Print edition 

Pages 136 pages
Dimensions 20cm x 26.5cm

 

Digital edition

Every print copy comes with a download code for all three digital editions which can be redeemed here. Read our blog post about the differences between our different digital editions.

Standard PDF version of the print edition
Easy to Read -  Large Print Simplified PDF with easy read text (24pt Arial) and some pattern wording, charts and layout adjusted for easier viewing
Easy to Read - Read Aloud Simplified PDF to be screen reader friendly with easy read text (24pt Arial) and some pattern wording, charts and layout adjusted for easier viewing