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How to Make a Flat Single Crochet Circle

By: Rajeshwari Singh from rajiscrafthobby.blogspot.in
How to Make a Flat Single Crochet Circle
How to Make a Flat Single Crochet Circle

"The single crochet is one of the first stitches that we all learn as beginners. It is one of the most basic and commonly used stitch.But have you noticed that when you are crocheting in the round in single crochet you wind up with a hexagon instead of a circle? When it comes to crocheting in the round, not all projects will lie flat. But learning to crochet a flat circle is really useful if you want to make circular projects...bags.....hats....ornaments....table mats and many more!!!!! In this post, I am sharing a very small trick to have the perfect Flat Single Crochet Circle. Materials Used:- Yarn Crochet Hook Stitch Marker"

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Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Learning to crochet a flat circle is really useful if you want to make circular projects. The commonly followed formula for a flat circle is that each round should increase by the same number of stitches you started with. Except this does not work with single crochet. She shows you the secret in her blog.

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