Thanks for stopping by my blog!
I am so glad that you are learning to crochet!
With every new stitch you learn you will also learn to love the art of crocheting. So I encourage you to keep on practicing!
Here is the pattern for the CIRCLE in
TEACHING KIDS TO CROCHET Lesson 6
How to crochet a circle
yarn in a fun color (kids don't like boring yarn!)
I prefer acrylic
Here are the sizes of the circles you can create just by changing your hook:
H/5.00mm= 2 1/4inches
I/5.5mm = 2.5 inches
J/6.0mm 2 3/4 inches
K/6.5mm = 3 inches
I pulled my circles a bit to loosing them up. It helps them lay flatter and be truer to the sizes above.
ALL TECHNIQUES CAN BE VIEWED AT MY YOU TUBE CHANNEL. CASTING ON YOUR YARN AND YARNING OVER AS WELL.
So you did not see the video on the circle? No problem you can view on my You Tube Channel HERE!
Magic Ring Video Tutorial can be viewed HERE!
ch means to CHAIN STITCH
CHAIN STITCH Video Tutorial can be viewed HERE!
sc means to SINGLE CROCHET
SINGLE CROCHET Video Tutorial can be viewed HERE!
sl st means to SLIP STITCH
I did not create a tutorial on this due to the ease of the step.
It is simple( just joining the last stitch you made to the top of the first one you created) and is shown in the How to Create a Circle Video Tutorial
dc means to DOUBLE CROCHET
DOUBLE CROCHET Video Tutorial Can be viewed HERE!
How to crochet a circle:
Create a magic ring ch1
10 sc into the ring
sl st into the top of the first sc
pull string to tighten up circle
ch 2 create 1 dc in same stitch then 2dc in each st around
sl st into the top of the first dc
finish off and weave through your yarn with a crochet hook
Ideas on how to use your circles:
Banners and bunting
pirate patch (arrrrg matey)
crochet two little black ones and two big white ones of eyes
make them in blue for little pond for small pretend play
make up a game to play
make all of the planets!
Email me at my blog (below) with your ideas and photos! I will share them on my Facebook page!
I prefer you ask your parents/guardians permission to submit your creations. Remember to be creative and only submit your crochet circle creations! You may show them in action! What did you make them for? and so forth... Happy Crocheting!
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