Crochet on a circle scheme, rule, technique

# Crochet on a circle scheme, rule, technique

Today we will consider the pattern of knittingcrochet in a circle. This is a very common technique of knitting in a circle. You probably already met circular knitting and not only on this site, but also in other places, for example napkins, but ... Knitting in a circle is not limited to them! When crocheting in a circle, not only circles are obtained, but also other shapes, even bulk ones. But about this a little later! To begin with, we will deal with the usual circle of columns without a crochet! At the output we get a flat circle crochet. Let's start learning the lesson of crocheting a circle for beginners. This lesson is part of the free online course: "". If you are new to crocheting, I suggest you sign up and after completing the course you will not only be able to knit, but also get the first thing connected with your hands! 1. Close the three air loops in a circle. How to do this is described here: «« 2. On the diagram it will be so 3. The second variant of the mapping in the diagram 4. Air loop for lifting 5. Inserting the hook into the center of the formed circle we sew 6 6. Closed, which we are tying in the first loop of the row, not in the air loop of lifting 7. That's how we will succeed. If you count, then now you can see 6 loops formed by columns without a crochet of the first row 8. In the diagram it will look like this, read counter-clockwise starting from the ascent (one loop) 9. The air loop 10. We transmit to the first loop of the previous row (! Not into the air loop of the rise) 11. We send two bars without a crochet into each loop to the end of the row. Total 12 bells (lifting does not count) 12. Close the connecting column in the loop of the first column of the second row 13. Knitting pattern of the second row 14. Air loop for lifting. Stack without crochet in the first loop of the row 15. Two bars without a crochet in the next loop 16. We knit alternating to the end of the row - a column without a crochet in a loop, two columns without a crochet in one loop. Total 18 bells 17. Notice how this is shown in the diagram, close the circle with a connecting bar 18. Air lifting loop 19. On a column without a crochet in each of the following two loops 20. Two bars without a crochet in the next loop. In the same way, we are similarly tweaked to the end of the row: on a column without a crochet in each of the following two loops and two columns without a crochet into the next loop. Total will be 24 columns 21. The fourth and subsequent rows are knitted similarly. The fourth row on the diagram will look like this So, the rule of the circle: in each row there will be an increase in the number of intermediate between the addition of columns of the row No. of the Column Addition through 1 row of 6 columns 2 row of 12 posts each loop 3 row of 18 posts 1 loop 4 row 24 columns 2 loops 5 row 30 posts 3 loops 6 row 36 posts 4 loops 7 row 42 of column 5 loops 8 row 48 columns 6 loops 9 row 54 column 7 loops 10 row 60 columns 8 loops, etc. +6 posts + 1 loop 22. This is the easiest knitting circle, it will look like this This option is not suitable for large circles, because with the addition of a series, the circle will become more and more like a hexagon. Therefore, we will consider one more option, but a little later. It's simple! Thank you for your attention and see you at the new lesson! Next lesson: «« Subscribe and you will be the first to receive information about new lessons!