Halloween is creeping ever closer, and it’s time to (pumpkin)spice up your home with some crocheted decorations. Get inspired by our most popular (and cutest!) crochet patterns for Halloween. P.S. Who says Halloween has to be scary?
It seems that we’ll have to get used to cold floors and chilly temperatures indoors these coming fall and winter seasons. Which makes this the perfect time to start knitting woolly socks for the whole family.
Laura Dalgaard is the knitting designer behind the brand new tiger design supporting WWF-Denmark’s work to save the world’s wild tiger populations. We asked Laura about her thoughts on the collaboration and design process - and she even gave us a bit of advice, too.
We’ve teamed up with WWF-Denmark and Danish knitting designer Laura Dalgaard to create a super cool tiger design. Buy the pattern and support the wild tigers by knitting this iconic tiger for yourself, your friend, your child, or your grandmother.
The duplicate stitch is a brilliant technique if you want to make a very detailed motif in your knitting. When you embroider stitches on top of your finished project, it looks like the stitches are part of the original knitting. Cool, right? Watch the video in this blog post and try your hand at adding fun details to your projects with duplicate stitches.
With intarsia, you can make large, multi-colored motifs using the stockinette stitch. This technique has you working in several blocks following a chart. It may sound complicated, but it’s actually really simple. Read more and learn how to knit intarsia.
The interest in granny squares has truly resurfaced. In this blog post, you will find inspiration for your next project with these fun squares that you can combine in countless ways. And you can even learn how to knit four different types of Granny Squares.
Do you dream of learning how to crochet Granny Squares? They’re actually not that difficult to make - even for beginners. Learn how to crochet a simple granny square with a video tutorial and step-by-step instructions. You might just fall in love with these beautiful and popular squares.
From July 1, you can buy the kit for our Mystery CAL #HobbiiHappySquares, which we will start on August 15. The crochet challenge is a fun way to work alongside other happy crocheters - and to work on a secret design that is released in smaller chunks.
Join us in celebrating this year’s Tour de France with a 24-day challenge. Knit and crochet your way through 24 challenging and fun legs of the Tour.
Are you tired of winding your hanks into skeins by hand? Then it’s time to get acquainted with this dream-team set of tools: A yarn swift and a yarn winder. In this step-by-step guide, you will learn how to use these two tools effectively and swiftly to wind the most beautiful skeins you’ve ever seen. And the best part? You can get started on your knitting or crocheting much faster 😍
Yarn hanks need to be wound into skeins before you can use them. But what do you do if you don’t have a yarn swift or a yarn winder? Well, you can actually use simple tools that you have lying around your house. I’m going to show you how to turn your hank into a skein with … a toilet paper roll!
A yarn's Lot Number tells you which dye batch it’s from. It’s essential to use yarn from the same dye batch if you want consistent coloring in your knit or crocheted project.
This knitter’s guide is a step-by-step instruction for anyone who wants to get started on their first project. Learn everything you need to know about materials and the most basic techniques and find inspiration for your first project.
Have you ever knit or crocheted something from your own imagination and found that people around you just love it? Then why not make it into a pattern! Read this blog post from the talented Madeline behind @ofbooksandhooks to learn more about how you can make your very own patterns.
Ready to make your own Christmas sweater? Great! We have an entire brand new collection waiting for you! I’m sure you’ll find a design (or two, or three…) that tickles your fancy. And yes, we have both knit and crochet patterns 😍
Blow yarn is such a unique type of yarn that just HAS to be experienced! Read more about blow yarn here and get your hands on Knitatude’s knit cardigan pattern made with the amazing blow yarn Divina.
The best part of a project is to get your knitting needles or crochet hooks going – and as soon as you’re done fiddling with your project and the last ends have been secured, you want to start a new project immediately. But blocking can really make a difference in your projects – read here why (and how) you should block your projects.
The secret to a beautiful mandala? Symmetry! Read and learn how to make the most beautiful mandalas 🤩
Have you considered Sultan or Sultan Deluxe for your next project? Read more about the yarns and their many advantages here so you'll know exactly which one to put in your basket.