How to knit Seersucker stitch

Sometimes when we are planning our next knitting project, we don’t want to use very elaborate stitches and choose to use simple, but effective stitch combinations. In this tutorial we show you step-by-step how to knit the Seersucker stitch to create a textured diamonds, a great option for those who love easy to knit minimalist […]

How to pick up stitches purlwise

Sometimes when knitting a garment the pattern calls for picking up stitches to add the finishing touches: knit the neck, the button band on cardigans, sleeves, or even special effects in the fabric. In this other tutorial we showed you how to pick up stitches on the right side of your work knitwise, but what […]

How to knit cable lace

        Cables are always included in any good knitter’s arsenal.  Those warm and loving things that we knit into our snoods, scarves, sweaters, etc. Well, today we bring you its sweetest version—a cable, yes, but one adorned with lace that gives this stitch a very special touch.       For this […]

The best of 2018

December has arrived, and with it, the wait is over. At last the Christmas season is here, but only for a little while ☹. With December comes reunions, special moments with family enjoyed in even the smallest of homes, meetings with our life-long BFFs, celebrations with the co-workers, gym buddies… We’ve been waiting 12 long […]

How to crochet garter stitch

            Pretty soon the days will get colder and you’ll want to wear your warmest wool sweaters, so we bring you this step-by-step tutorial to inspire you. Who said garter stitch can only be done with two needles? Nothing further from the truth. With just a few of our skeins […]

The Bling Bling

It’s time to surprise you. We thought what better time time of the year to dress up ourselves, you, and why not, your projects!. Take a seat and hang on because the We Are Knitters The BLING-BLING has arrived! The fiber to give a touch of glamour and shine to your garments. The Bling – Bling […]

How to crochet jasmine stitch

          Jasmine stitch is considered one of the most difficult stitches in crochet. Can you believe it? We can’t! You’ll see that with our step by step guide, it’ll be super easy for you to work this chunky, reversible stitch that will perfectly complement your accessories and other autumn pieces.   […]

How to knit hexagon lace stitch

              Who said that lacy stitches are only for summer? In this post we are going to show you how to knit the hexagon lace stitch with Meriwool, so that your garments are warm but still have that special touch that only lace can give.     For this […]

How to Knit Entrelac: Part 1: Base Triangles

          If there was one technique that stood out for its originality and texture, creating interlocking rectangles, it is Entrelac. With it you can knit hats, scarves, sweaters, blankets … Only your imagination can limit the projects in which you can use this new technique.   This tutorial will be divided […]

We Are Knitters X Anthropologie

Winter is almost here, and we are super excited to introduce you to our last very special collaboration: We Are Knitters x Anthropologie. We have always been huge fans of this beautiful American brand. They always surprise us with unexpected and distinctive designs for our closet and home, so to make a collab with them […]

How to crochet velvet stars stitch

    The velvet stars stitch is an intermediate level stitch. You need to know how to make a chain, single crochet, treble crochet, front post treble crochet*, shell stitches** and close stitches together. Don’t worry if you don’t know how to do all of these techniques because you can watch them on our We […]

How to sew the American neckline

            Now that autumn has come, it’s time to plan which garments you’ll wear in the coldest months, where our warm wool yarn will be our protagonists. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to sew the American neckline that will give your new sweaters a different style.     […]

How to knit mock fisherman’s rib

      If there was ever a perfect stitch for a warm, winter scarf, it would be mock fisherman’s rib. It’s reversible, and it also creates a thick, warm fabric once knitted. Add some fringe to your scarf, and you’ll be wearing the coolest scarf on the block.   For this tutorial we’re using […]

We Are Knitters byJuanjo Oliva

We’re excited to let you know that We Are Knitters is once again opening our doors to Madrid’s international designer, Juanjo Oliva.       Juanjo Oliva, who after winning many prestigious awards, such as Best Collection at the L’Oréal Cibeles Fashion Show (three times!) or ELLE Magazine’s Style Award for Best National Designer in […]

How to knit the fleur-de-lis pattern

    Knit this bicolor pattern with us! The fleur-de-lis pattern can be used for many projects, and you can use it for any garment worked in stockinette stitch. It’s easy to work and you can practice the “stranded knitting” technique, and get practice knitting with two colors at the same time and leaving the […]

How to cast on rib stitches

I’m Anika @annidestages, and on my Instagram account, I post photos of my knitting projects and current inspirations. I learned to knit two and half years ago, and on Instagram I am able to combine my passions: knitting and taking photos. Quick projects are the ones that I like the most, so I’ve already knitted […]

How to knit the woven cable stitch

      Today we bring you a technique that’s as pretty as it is entertaining. It’s a type of stitch made by cabling that is also reversible.   For this tutorial, we’ve used the new Meripaca yarn in the color lavender. Isn’t it pretty? You will also need a pair of needles in right […]

7 Years of Wak

  Once again the date all knitters have been waiting for will soon be here, OUR BIRTHDAY! September is the month for new projects, it’s the perfect month to set new goals, new objectives, to renew materials and start conquering our dreams after recharging during summer vacation. It’s been 7 years of adventures with you! […]

Tips for casting on a lot of stitches

  I have to cast on 100 stitches? Ah! No! 250 stitches!!! It makes me want to give up before I even start, I’ll probably lose count and have to start over again. There must be a better way.   Yes, there is, and we will show you an easy and practical way to cast […]