How to Crochet in the Round

The beginning of a round crochet tissue can be started in three different ways, depending on the type of work we want to weave.

The most used is weaving a ring with chain stitches. Another way is to weave a simple ring which is used often to initiate flowers. And the third way is to weave a double ring that is recommended when large weave tissues such as blankets or clothes and accessories for such work are snug.

How to weave round from a ring made of chain stitches?

The beginning of a round crocheted tissue follows:

Work 4 chains stitches and make the ring with 1 s.t. stung on 1° ch. Then begin to work as shown in the pattern of work. You can be guided by the photos.


How to weave round from a simple ring?

The beginning of a round crocheted tissue in the following manner:

The thread of wool or yarn is wrapped over the index finger once and then begins to weave as shown in the pattern of work. When the first row is completed, pull the end of the string to close the initial ring. You can be guided by the photos.


How to weave round from a double ring?

The beginning of a round crocheted tissue follows:

the thread of wool or yarn is wrapped over the index finger two times and then begins to weave as shown in the pattern of work. When the first row is completed, pull the end of the string to close the initial ring. You can be guided by the photos.