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Increasing In The Round

By: Andrew Spickert for allfreecrochet

In the video Increasing In The Round Andrew Spickert shows how to increase your stitch count while working in the round. It's a crochet technique that allows you to make circular or tubular items, such as hats, stuffed figures, and even garments, while reducing or eliminating seams and helping to create a better shape.


 

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your video is good...just need to hold it down so people can see how u do the single and double crochet....u hold it in r other video cant see how u are doing it

It did not help I need to learn basic increase and decrease

Thank you for this video, extremely helpful

Oh, a spiral! I sit corrected. When I see (or hear) the word 'round' I automatically think in terms of rows in a circle. Everyone, kindly ignore my other comment.

@AuntieD: Andrew is crocheting in a spiral in this video, so there is no need to join rounds or add turning chains. You simply continue crocheting in the beginning stitches from the last round. I hope this answers your questions! -- Editors of AllFreeCrochet

Two things were not covered here. Are the rounds joined? And at the start of a round, don't you have to start with an extra chain like you do at the start of a new row in a non-circle? Since this is the first comment here, it seems likely that the comments are posted to youtube. That's where I will go next.

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