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Video Tutorial - Crochet in the Round!



Hello!


This week I've got a tutorial for you on Crocheting in the Round! In this video I'll be going over the traditional method for crocheting in the round which is different than the continuous rounds that we're used to in knitting (or that are used in amigurumi-style crochet). I used this method in the Lil Punkins Cowl to make the body of the cowl, but it's also used in most crochet patterns (like the Busy Bee Afghan and the Zinnia Blossoms Afghan). I hope it helps & that you enjoy expanding your crochet skills with me!


A Quick Note on US vs UK Crochet Terminology:

I use US Terminology in this tutorial because that's what I use for writing my patterns, but an easy way to convert a US crochet pattern to UK is to just use the next step up (height-wise) in the stitches. So a US Single Crochet is the same stitch as a UK Double Crochet. (I know, kinda confusing, but it is what it is. Let me know if you want me to go into this more in a future video.)



Crocheting in the Round - Crochet for Knitters Tutorial Video


Please make sure to tag me (@yumiyarns) if you share your projects on social media so I can see how you take these tips & make them your own! As always, if you have any questions, you can always email me directly: shaina@yumiyarns.com


Have fun & happy knitting!

Shaina ^_^


PS: Thank you to my Patreon members for supporting this tutorial & thank you to KnitPicks for providing such beautiful yarn support! You can help support these tutorials by joining the Patreon Squad here: https://www.patreon.com/YumiYarns


 

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Supplies Used in this Video:

(These are affiliate links so a purchase made through them helps to support YumiYarns.com)

KnitPicks Swish Worsted: https://shrsl.com/3mhcd

Lil Punkins Cowl: https://shrsl.com/3qkwz

Wooden Crochet Hooks: https://shrsl.com/3p0bf


 


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