Whether you’re brand new to crochet or have been doing it for decades, questions about a pattern, yarn or technique can come up. In this episode of the WeCrochet Podcast, we added an extra person to our team and we answer some your most important crochet inquiries.
Hi Crochet-Alongers! How are you progressing on your Faux Fade Wrap, our current WeCrochet CAL? If you’d like to join (or just get caught up on all the CAL details), go here to find the Faux Fade Wrap Crochet Along information.
It’s the most wonderful time of year: when we start giving away free crochet patterns every week leading up to the holiday gift-giving season. We’re featuring a new free pattern every Tuesday for 12 weeks. This week’s free crochet pattern is the Bambino Ripple Blanket.
Once you’ve mastered the crochet basics, it’s time to branch out! Maybe you want to learn some fun new crochet stitches, or perhaps it’s time to learn to crochet cables! In this article, we’ll learn how to crochet cables, and then find some great patterns to start cable crocheting with.
WeCrochet is home to so many great free home decor crochet patterns, including our newest patterns in the Comforts of Home collection. We recently shared a few of those new crochet patterns from our Fall issue of WeCrochet Magazine, but today I want to highlight some of my favorite beautiful AND free home dec crochet patterns available at crochet.com!
Today we’re talking about simple crochet stretches to help keep your hands and arms limber! Even though crochet is great for helping us de-stress, the repetitive nature of crocheting means we occasionally need to take breaks. Stretching keeps our crocheting hands and arms from becoming sore (as well as other not-so-obvious body parts like our necks and backs — everything is connected!).
It’s time once again for a little thing we like to call Meet the Team, the blog post where you meet someone on our team! Today we are introducing Katelyn, our new Outreach Coordinator! She’s the person who is responsible for all the patterns you see in our magazine and collections. If it has to do with patterns, Katelyn probably has to do with it!
Picture features a model wearing the Midtown Mantle Mock-Neck Top by Liz Salazar
In this episode of the WeCrochet Podcast, we’re talking about new quarantine hobbies, crochet gauge, and our favorite crochet cable pattern of the Off the Beaten Path collection from WeCrochet Magazine Issue 4.
Crocheting a project is sometimes more than just simply crocheting stitches. Sometimes additional steps and notions are needed to finish a project. This episode is all about those little things that make your crochet that much better, from crochet hacks to learning the best way to block …