How to crochet a circle
If you’ve learned to crochet fairly recently, and have gotten pretty comfortable make squares and rectangles, you may be wondering how to crochet a circle. It’s a little bit different, but not too hard.
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There is more than one way to start a crochet circle. It is usually best to follow the pattern you are using, but as long as your circle has a closed center, not a big open hole, you can use the following method, my personal favorite, an adjustable ring, also known as a magic ring or magic circle.
If you will be changing colors between rounds as you crochet this circle, be sure to check out my video tutorial for that.
Watch the video below to see how it’s done!
Like the look of the yarn I used in this video? You can find it here.
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