How to Crochet Circle In A Square?
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Crocheting a circle within a square is a popular technique that can add depth and dimension to your crochet projects. This technique involves working in the round to create a circular shape, and then squaring off the edges to create a square. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crocheter, learning how to crochet a circle in a square can be a fun and rewarding challenge. In this tutorial, we’ll go over the basic steps and stitch techniques you’ll need to know to create your own circle in a square crochet project.
Iceyarns Lorena Worsted : (55% Cotton- 45% Acrylic),
100 gr. / 3.53 oz. per ball
160 m. / 174 yds. per ball
- Lorena Worsted – White (fnt2-45138) : https://www.iceyarns.com/fnt2-45138
- Lorena Worsted – Light Blue (fnt2-52026) : https://www.iceyarns.com/fnt2-52026
- Lorena Worsted – Mint Green (fnt2-63105) : https://www.iceyarns.com/fnt2-63105
- Lorena Worsted – Baby Pink (fnt2-52027) : https://www.iceyarns.com/fnt2-52027
- Lorena Worsted – Light Salmon (fnt2-51432) : https://www.iceyarns.com/fnt2-51432
- Lorena Worsted – Light Yellow (fnt2-63104) : https://www.iceyarns.com/fnt2-63104
Hook Size: 5.00mm – https://www.iceyarns.com/color-crochet-hooks
STITCHES ABBREVIATIONS :
Now, let’s go over the stitch abbreviations we’ll be using:
Ch stands for Chain
DC stands for Double Crochet
TR stands for Treble Crochet
St stands for Stitch
Sl St stands for Slip Stitch
PATTERN DETAILS :
ROUND 1 :
Using the first color, we’ll start with the foundation ring. Chain three, which counts as the first double crochet, then place 11 DC inside the ring. Slip stitch to the beginning chain 3 to complete the first round, which gives you a total of 12 DC. Tie off and weave in the ends.
ROUND 2 :
For the second round, pick a stitch and attach the second color yarn. Chain three, which counts as the first double crochet, then make another DC in the same stitch. Repeat the pattern of chain one, and two DC into the next stitch, around the circle. Slip stitch to the beginning chain 3 to complete the round, giving you a total of 24 DC. Tie off and weave in the ends.
ROUND 3 :
For the third round, pick a chain one space and attach the third color yarn. Chain three, which counts as the first double crochet, then make two DC in the same space. Repeat the pattern of chain one, and three DC into the next chain one space, around the circle. Slip stitch to the beginning chain 3 to complete the round, giving you a total of 36 DC. Tie off and weave in the ends.
ROUND 4 :
For the fourth round, pick a chain one space and attach the fourth color yarn. Chain four, which counts as the first treble crochet, then make two TR in the same space. Chain three, place three TR into the same space to create a corner. Then, chain one and make three DC into the next chain one space. Repeat this pattern around the circle, ending with another corner made up of three TR, a chain three, and three TR. Slip stitch to the beginning chain four to complete the round. Tie off and weave in the ends.
And there you have it! A beautiful stitch pattern using the USA stitch terms. This pattern can be used for various projects, and with different yarns and hooks, the possibilities are endless.