How to Crochet Knit Circle Free Online Mobile Audio Podcast Korean Translations Tech Support Library


this tutorial will show how to make a
circle it is for practice purposes and is not an actual project we will start
by attaching a slip knot to the crochet hook take the loose end of your tail
wrap it over the main strand this gives you a loop take your loop wrap it over
the main strand put your hook below back up the opposite side this creates the
slip knot work a chain four join with the beginning stitch chain three we will
work 23 double crochet right through the center of the loop I am going right
around the chain through the center wrap the yarn over your hook pull it through
there are three loops on the hook wrap the yarn over pull through two wrap the
yarn over pull through two wrap the yarn over the hook put your hook right
through the center wrap the yarn over pull it through wrap the yarn over pull
through two loops wrap the yarn over pull through two and you will continue
working double crochet right through the center the next few stitches will be in
slow motion so there will be no sound you you at this point you may find that your
stitches get bunched up together what I do is I grab ahold of the yarn like this
and then I give it a tug like that and it frees up more of the chain I have
completed thirteen double crochet this will be 14 fifteen sixteen 17 18 nineteen 20 21 22 23 24 now you will join with your beginning
stitch the beginning stitch is your chain 3 put your hook right through the
chain wrap the yarn over pull it through the chain pull it through the loop on
your hook you have completed a circle to continue with the next round work a
chain 3 you will insert your hook through the top of the next stitch and
that’s putting it right below the two loops at the top of the stitch wrap the
yarn over pull it through wrap the yarn over pull through two loops wrap the
yarn over pull through two loops you will continue working double crochet one
double crochet in each stitch around put the hook below the two loops at the
top of the stitch wrap the yarn over pull it through wrap the yarn over pull
through two wrap the yarn over pull through two wrap the yarn over the hook
put the hook below the two loops at the top of the stitch wrap the yarn over
pull it through wrap the yarn over pull through two wrap the yarn over pull
through two wrap the yarn over the hook put the hook below the two loops at the
top of the stitch wrap the yarn over pull it through wrap the yarn over pull
through two wrap the yarn over pull through two wrap the yarn over the hook
put the hook below the two loops at the top of the stitch wrap the yarn over
pull through wrap the yarn over pull through two loops wrap the yarn over
pull through two loops wrap the yarn over the hook put the hook below the two
loops at the top of the stitch wrap the yarn over pull through wrap the yarn
over pull through two loops wrap the yarn over pull through two loops wrap
the yarn over the hook put the hook below the two loops at the top of the
stitch wrap the yarn over pull through wrap the yarn over pull through two
loops wrap the yarn over pull through two loops this is what it looks like at
this point you will continue working double crochet until you have completed
24 on round two the next few stitches will be in slow motion there will be no
sound you I’m working the last stitch this will be
my twenty-fourth double crochet including the beginning chain three
which will count as a stitch now to join and putting my hook below the two loops
at the top of the stitch just like that wrap the yarn over pull through and that
joins the round together this is what a circle with two rounds will look like
this will show how to join in to the chain at the beginning of a round if you
look at the chain there are two loops at the top of a chain one loop at the
bottom what I like to do is put my hook below the two loops and it may be a
little bit challenging at times this is what it looks like at the top
this is what it will look like at the backside there’s only one loop at the
backside of the chain you wrap the yarn over your hook you pull it through the
chain pull it through the loop on your hook and that joins you around what do
you find most challenging about working with a crochet circle or around

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