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In this episode…
In this episode of B.Hooked TV you will learn some best practices so you know how to start and end crochet rounds, the right way.
To join or not to join?
To break it down simply, when you crochet a circle you have two options at the end of the round moving into the next one;
- Join with a slip stitch at the end of the round or
- Don’t join and work in a spiral.
In this episode we’ll explore both situations to start and end crochet rounds so you know what to do when you’re supposed to join with a slip stitch at the end of the round and when you’re not. Knowing which stitch is the first stitch and which is the last stitch is crucial to your success so we’ll look at that in detail.
Supplies used in this episode
Hook | Tulip Etimo 6.5 mm – Get it on Amazon
Yarn | Paintbox Simply Chunky Yarn
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What is B.Hooked TV?
Some topics are best explained one-on-one. Since Brittany can’t be right there with you, B.Hooked TV is the next best thing. You’ll find helpful tips for improving your crochet and knitting skills in a relaxed and conversational way. It’s not your everyday tutorial but we try to keep them fun, interesting and educational.