Crocheting into the Back or Front Loop Only can completely change the look and feel of your project. Use these techniques to give the fabric an interesting texture, or to help add structure to your project.
Use this seaming technique to join crochet pieces invisibly! Perfect for joining granny squares and many other crochet motifs.
This thick, squishy cowl may look knitted, but it's actually crocheted! Made from a rectangle, it's quick & easy, & works up in just a few hours.
A simple, double-crochet hat for the whole family. The Invisible Join technique makes this hat totally seamless, and enables you to work jogless stripes in the round without an unsightly line of starting chains and slip stitches.
The Invisible Slip Stitch and Chainless Starting Stitch eliminate the typical turning chain and slip stitch for a seamless, nearly invisible join, perfect for working STRIPES!
Learn to Make a Buttonhole in your Knitting on your Addi Knitting Machine!
Learn to SEAMLESSLY GRAFT CROCHET – Join Foundation & Top Edges + Fix Mistakes Without Unraveling
Learn to Increase and Decrease in my Shortcut Brioche Stitch! These techniques are great for creating textured stitch patterns or shaping your project.
If you don't like the line of starting chains going up the work when joining in the round, you'll love the Invisible Slip Stitch and Chainless Starting Stitches!
Free Pattern! This Brioche Slouchy Hat is warm, squishy, and airy, knit in 3 colors. This tutorial will teach you to work my Shortcut Brioche stitch in the round. If you can work in the round and work “knit 1, purl 1” ribbing, you can knit this hat! There are no decreases at the crown, or anywhere in the pattern, it’s just ribbing and Shortcut Brioche Stitch. I added a large pom pom at the back.