Video 9: How to do a Magic Circle Start -Learn Crochet WATCH FREE

Views 32 Likes Comments Comment
Like if this guide is helpful
Slow motion of magic circle start at the end of the video
Link to an eBay page Remove
Add up to 3 more photos
Link to an eBay page
Slow motion of magic circle start at the end of the video

Magic circle / Magic ring starts are needed when your pattern requires a sealed start when working in the round

Mainly used for producing hats, Amigurumi, stuffed toys and when working in spirals. 

Practice your Magic circle start with my FREE 1920's Flapper Hat Crochet Pattern 

PLEASE click the LIKE button at the top, if you found this video useful. Thank you

If you would like to turn the subtitles off, select the "rectangle with 2 lines inside" icon located at the bottom of the video, you may need to go into full screen view.   

Add me to your Favourites 

"Learn to  Crochet Video Series" - Using US Terminology 
Video 1: How to hold your Crochet hook and create yarn tension 
Video 2: How to do a Slip Knot 
Video 3: How to do a Chain Stitch (Ch) 
Video 4: How to do a Single Crochet Stitch (Sc)   
Video 5: How to do a Half Double Crochet Stitch (Hdc) 
Video 6: How to do a Double Crochet Stitch (Dc) 
Video 7: How to do a Triple Crochet Stitch (Trc) also known as a Treble Crochet (Tr) 
Video 8: How to do a slip stitch (sl st) 
Video 9: How to do a Magic Circle Start  (also know as a Magic Ring, Adjustable loop or Adjustable ring)
Video 10: How to Work in  Continuous Rounds - For Amigurumi (Stuffed toys  Projects), Spirals and Hats,  etc
Video 11: How to Work in the Round - Joining each round - For Clothes, Granny Squares, Blankets etc
Video 12: How to Increase (Inc) in Crochet 
Video 13: How to Decrease (Dec) In Crochet 
Video 14: More information on Turning Chains  
Video 15: How to work in Back Loop Only (BLO) and Front Loop Only (FLO) 
Video 16: How to work in Back Post (BP) and Front Post (FP)
Video 17: Peach.Unicorn's Puff Stitch Blankets 
  
+ FREE Crochet patterns to practice your crochet stitches 

Information guide charts available are:  
Blanket Size Measurements
Crochet UK / US Terminology Conversion Chart
Crochet Hook Conversion Charts 
Crochet Abbreviations - US terminology
Yarn weight chart and descriptions

Click here to visit my Crochet Pattern Store with Crochet patterns for beginner
Have something to share, create your own guide... Write a guide
Explore more guides