To keep a crochet circle flat

To keep a crochet circle flat 1

To keep a crochet circle flat 1

The sample shown used a 4.5 mm crochet hook and 100 % cotton with a weight of 4.

When crocheting a multi row circle:

Start with a chain 2 or a magic circle as desired.
(Sample used a chain 2)
Into the second chain from hook work 10 to 14 double crochets. (Picture 1). Join with a slip stitch.

For the second round or row double crochet twice into each space around(Picture 2). Join with a slip stitch.

For the third round or row double crochet twice into the first space and once into the second space. Repeat around row and join with a slip stitch. (Picture 3).

For the fourth row double crochet twice into the first space and once into the next two spaces. Repeat around row and join with a slip stitch

For the fifth row double crochet twice into the first space and once into the next three spaces. Repeat around row and join with a slip stitch.

For the subsequent rows increase the single double crochet count to the spacing.

The sample shown used stitch markers to indicate where to increase.(Picture 4).

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Second set of pictures for flat crochet

Picture 5

Picture 5

Second set of pictures for flat crochet

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