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Moorit Magazine Issue 1 - A/W 2021 PRE ORDERS

£25.00

There is a new crochet mag in town! Moorit is available for pre-order and will be released on 28 September. If you include other items with your order, they will all be posted out as one parcel on the mag's release date.

It's the debut issue! 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 industrialisation on garment fitting.

With designs by... Alyson Chu, Anne-Michelle Phelan, Aoibhe Ni, Clarisabeth Lopez Rodriguez, Eline Alcocer, Fay Dashper-Hughes, Jessie Van In, Lili Buce-Chelmko, Linda Skuja, Rosina Northcott, and Stephanie Erin.

Using yarn from... Baa Ram Ewe, Biches et Buches, Blacker Yarns, Eden Cottage Yarns, Garthenor, Jamieson’s of Shetland, La Bien Aimee, Martin’s Lab, Tukuwool and The Neighborhood Fiber Co.

And other contributions from... Chrissie Asbridge and Natalie Warner.

The first issue of Focussing on wearable, modern crochet garments and accessories made in natural fibres, Moorit is a craft magazine with true indie spirit.

Photos are courtesy of Moorit Magazine and @emeliaclaudia

 

You may also be interested in Making crafting magazine or Making Stories knitting magazine.

 

Dimensions

estimated 26cm x 20cm x 1cm

  

Product materials, sourcing and PoM Rating 

Printed in UK

 

Postage and Packaging

You can read all about P&P here.

The P&P costs applied are very transparent.  No additional costs are added on, you simply pay for the cost of packaging and the cost of postage.  I don't offer free P&P because what that usually means is that the cost of P&P has been added to the cost of goods.  I think it is better to assume that my customers aren't daft and would rather have transparent P&P costs than the pretence of 'Free P&P' with potentially inflated prices on the items that they are buying.  

 


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