How to crochet lacy star stitch

Summer is a great time to learn new stitches, especially airy, lacy stitches to wear to the beach or the pool. Today’s stitch is really easy to do and makes a light, summery fabric. In this post we used our Pima cotton and a size 8 crochet hook. You will need to know how to […]

How to carry yarn up when you crochet stripes

Learning new techniques is very important for creating impeccable projects. The more techniques you master, the better your work will look. In this post, we’ll learn a nearly invisible way to carry our yarn along the sides when we crochet stripes. To make the sample, we’ve used three colors of Pima Cotton and a 5 […]

HOW TO KNIT THE LACY TRIANGLE STITCH

Today we are going to learn how to make a traditional stitch made up of lacy triangles. It never goes out of style and you can use if for any of your projects. It’s the perfect stitch for good weather, an airy design to make light-weight garments.  Even if you are a beginner you can […]

T- C2C Technique (corner to corner)

If there’s something that all crocheters feel like doing when the good weather arrives, it’s to pull out their cotton yarn, start to crochet, to play with colors and tones to create projects that give good vibes. Today we want to teach you how to work the C2C technique (Corner to corner) with which you […]

HOW TO KNIT RIGHT LEANING DOUBLE DECREASES

Sometimes, we come across a stitch that is especially difficult to master. To keep your spirits high when you encounter one, we’re here to help. This time, we’ll show how to make a right-leaning double decrease in two different ways, so you can choose which one is more comfortable or simple for you to do. […]

How to work mock double crochet

The edges of the fabric, when we’re talking about crochet, are always for many a matter of frustration and improvement. Sometimes the transition from one row to the other is too noticeable if made with chains and we aren’t able to make it completely disguised. Especially if, for example, they are the front pieces of […]

How to knit lace cables

You always see other people’s projects made of beautiful, complicated stitches, and you wonder how they do it, while you’re stuck using the same old simple stitch you learned a long time ago…. well, what are you waiting for?! You just need a little patience and time to learn. We are going to show you […]

How to work the same stitch twice

We love making our own knitwear, the sweaters and tops we have a special affection for, over all the other clothes in our closets. Sometimes, knitting can be a bit cumbersome, such as when we’re working increases to shape sleeves, or any special shape, and we have to knit “1 stitch twice” and we ask […]

What to do with leftover yarn: crochet bracelets

At We are Knitters we like easy, fast projects that allow you to use even the smallest strand of yarn. Scraps shouldn’t be forgotten; they also have their place and their projects. Today we teach you how to make crochet bracelets to rescue those leftovers, a project that will take you little time, great for […]

SPIKE STITCH

If you’ve already got a hold of the basic crochet stitches, and you want to add a little charm to your creations, today you’ll learn an easy and attractive stitch that also allows you to add colors in an original way: spike stitch. For this tutorial, you’re going to need: a 5 mm crochet hook, […]

WHAT TO DO WITH LEFTOVER COTTON: COLORFUL COASTERS

Ever throw your yarn scraps in a drawer after finishing a project because you don’t know what to do with them? Or maybe you’ve accumulated a basket full of hundreds of different color threads? Why not use them up with something original? We are going to make some nice crochet coasters that you can use […]

How to knit the three-needle bind off

The three-needle bind off method is used to cast off and finish two knitted pieces that you’d like to join. This means it is both a bind off and a seam. In addition to being a practically invisible seam, the advantages of using this type of bind off are that it gives a certain strength […]

How to knit seafoam stitch

Winter is over! Now is the time to be thinking about cool projects for spring and summer, so today we’re bringing you a simple, yet pretty, lace stitch. Seafoam stitch is a knitted stitch featuring lace diamonds worked into the fabric using knit stitch and drop stitch. Materials: The Cotton in Mint 5mm Knitting needles […]

How to knit streamer stitch

Easy stitches don’t have to be boring, and today we’ll show you how. With a base worked in rib stitch, a tapestry needle, and a strand yarn, you can make these fun streamers to adorn your spring clothes. Can you imagine how they’d look on a cardigan? 🙂 For this tutorial, we’ve used three of […]

RECYCLED YARN

Everyone has a responsibility to care for the environment, and at We are Knitters, we are very aware of that. There are many ways we do this, and now we’ve taken another step forward, another step towards a sustainable future. We Are Knitters created RECYCLED YARN, a yarn made from 95% recycled cotton from recycled […]

How to Sew Crochet

Joining pieces can always cause us a brief moment of panic– especially if it’s crochet. We’re always worried that the seam won’t be sufficiently invisible or that it won’t match up with the fabric well. Today, we’ll show you how to make a crochet seam look perfect. This technique can be used with both crochet […]

HOW TO KNIT THE BUTTERFLY STITCH

Stitches that seem the most difficult are sometimes the easiest. It’s the kind of stitch that converts a basic garment into something more special and fun. In today’s tutorial we will show you, step by step, how to knit the butterfly stitch. Look how easy! For this tutorial we used a pair of US size […]

TWO OF WANDS

BACKGROUND Define yourself in 4 sentences Hailing originally from the midwest, I’m a New York City based knitwear designer with a passion for modern, fashionable DIY knits. I love to travel and expand my brain, and if I could do one thing for the rest of my life besides working with yarn, I’d choose to […]