We learn to crochet in a circle. A lesson for beginners Crocheting for many needlewomen is a hobby, but for many it is also earnings. In our time, in the era of consumer goods, interest in individual and creative things of manual work has grown very much. Things made by themselves will bring positive energy into your house and add comfort and coziness. Craftsmen use for knitting not only yarn, but also unusual materials, such as polyethylene bags, shreds of old clothes, cut into strips. You know that products made of such materials look very attractive and unique, while in use they are durable and practical. Learning to crochet a bit easier than on knitting needles or on a fork, or on a knitting machine. Therefore, many craftsmen start from the hook. Our lesson today will teach you how to crochet in a circle. This technique is the most important skill. Having mastered this technique, you can easily connect, for example, a rug, blanket, napkin and many different things. Let's start with knitting in a circle with colorful threads. Each row will be tied with threads of different colors. This will help us to better see the end of the previous series. Let's start work. Step 1. Create a pigtail from six air loops. Step 2. Make a ring from the pigtail. Step 3. The first row will be knit with air loops. We introduce a hook into each loop of the pigtail, tying along one air loop. You should have a small circle of 12 loops. Step 4. We finish the circle by tying the connecting loop without the crochet. Now change the thread color. To do this, stretch the thread in the last loop, pull out a small tail and trim the thread. Step 5. We will tie threads of a different color. We begin another series with three air loops. After we introduce the hook into the column of the previous row, we knit a loop and stretch it into the air loop. Thus, we tie it to the end of the series. Step 6. Close the circle with one bar without the crochet. Step 7. We start a new series with the color change of the yarn. We do the same actions as before. We will stretch the thread in the last loop, pull out the tail and trim it. The next row we will loop round each loop of the previous row with a no-cap loop. Do not forget to make two air loops at the beginning of the row for lifting. We finish the series with a connecting loop. In this lesson you learned to use the techniques of knitting in a circle. Now you are able to bind yourself for home, for example, a mat. Do not be afraid to start and experiment! At you all to turn out! The main desire, and the skill will come with experience! I wish you success!