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How to Crochet in the Round Video

How to Crochet in the Round Video
How to Crochet in the Round Video
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Crocheting in the round can be a super fun technique to learn to switch up your typical crochet patterns. This How to Crochet in the Round Video is the perfect tutorial for all of you visual learners. This crochet video shows you just how easy it can be to crochet in the round and create these awesome little crochet tubes. Test out your new skills with tons of different patterns and crochet stitches to see what you like best. There are a ton of uses for crocheting in the round!


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How to Crochet in the Round Video

Crochet Tutorial on Crocheting in the Round

  1. Create a chain as long as your pattern calls for. 

  2. Slip stitch into your first chain to create a circle. You are now going to want to work in a ciruclar motion. 

  3. Work your next row by crocheting whatever stitch you are using for your pattern all the way around. 

  4. When you reach the end of your row chain one, and begin to crochet the next row like normal. 

  5. When you get to the end of that row you are going to want to slip stitch in that chain 1 stitch you created. 

  6. Repeat steps 3-5 until you have completed your pattern. 

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I find these, supposedly SIMPLE, tips and tutorials so helpful. An ugly join running right through a piece can absolutely ruin it and that can be extremely disheartening for the person who has spent so many hours in making it. All the useful hints and tutorials I come across I save to a special Pinterest file which I refer to whenever I need to see exactly the right way to do something so that my time is not wasted on crocheting something that I will have to unpick and redo.


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