How to crochet a circle

Hello and welcome to crochet class! Today we’ll learn how to crochet a circle. Crocheting a circle is simple and enjoyable. You only need a crochet hook and some yarn.

Step 1: Initially, we must tie a slipknot. Make a loop with the yarn and then tuck the end of the yarn through the loop to produce a slipknot. Pull both ends of the yarn together to tighten the knot.

Step 2: Next, we’ll build a chain stitch. Insert the crochet hook into the slipknot and then yarn over the hook to produce a chain stitch. Next, draw the yarn through the hook’s loop. It equals one chain stitch. Let’s do some more chain stitches.

Step 3: We’re going to construct a magical ring now. Wrap the yarn around your fingers so that the working end of the yarn is on top of the tail and hold the chain stitches in your left hand. Put the hook into the ring and wrap the yarn around the hook. Make a chain stitch by pulling the yarn through the ring.

Step 4: We’re nearly done! It’s time to start making single crochet stitches. Put the hook into the middle of the magic ring and wrap the yarn around it. Do a single crochet stitch after pulling the yarn through the ring. Continue creating single crochet stitches until your circle is the appropriate size.

To complete, snip the yarn and thread it through the last loop on the hook. Pull the yarn tightly to fasten the end.

Congratulations! You’ve just discovered how to crochet a circle! With a little practice, you’ll be able to make circles of different sizes in no time. Good luck with your crocheting!