The Crochet Magic Ring | B.Hooked TV Episode 9

In this episode of B.Hooked TV, I’ll show you how to make the crochet magic ring (aka magic circle) and when to use it.

When you try the crochet magic ring for the first time, there is little magic about it. It took me several tries to perfect this technique but I am so glad I persevered through the frustration! The crochet magic ring is the best method to start crocheting a circle to minimize the hole that’s in the middle.

If you have tried the magic ring in the past and wasn’t successful, make sure you watch the entire episode. If you still can’t perfect the technique, I’ll share a little “cheat” so you can leave the crochet magic ring in the dust but still eliminate that hole in the center of your circle.

B.Hooked TV is a new weekly series dedicated to helping you get better at your craft. I share a new video every Monday so you can start your week with yarn! Sometimes we talk about crochet techniques, sometimes knitting techniques, other times we may dive into project planning and productivity strategies.

Either way, the goal of the show is to make you a better crocheter and/or knitter. If this sounds like something you need in your crafty life, you can subscribe to the show on YouTube so you never miss an episode.

B.Hooked TV is based on your feedback which means each episode is created with your struggles in mind. Tell me your current struggle with crochet or knitting (or both) in the comment section below and you just might see me talk about it in a future episode!

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The Crochet Magic Ring | B.Hooked TV Episode 9

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