Everything you need to know about WPI (wraps per inch), why it matters, and how to measure it.
When crocheting in joined rounds, the invisible join method is a neat and easy way to end your rounds. It produces a seam that is way less noticeable than the regular “slip stitch to join” method and, depending on the particular stitch pattern, it can be 100% invisible!
The photo tutorial below uses the single crochet stitch worked in back loop only (SC in BLO or bloSC) as an example, but the same method applies regardless of the stitch your pattern calls for!
Do you ever wish there was someone to tell you exactly how many rows there are left to crochet in your sweater?
Or nudge you when you need to decrease in the sleeves without constantly looking back and forth between your project and the pattern?
Or maybe you don’t want to print out a copy of each pattern, but you’d still love to be able to draw on them and make notes as you go?
If any of these sound like scenarios you’ve found yourself in, then you are in for a treat!