A magic ring is a way to begin crocheting in round by crocheting the first round in to an adjustable loop and then pulling the loop tight. Alternatively you can chain 2, crochet n single crochet stitches into the second chain from hook.
|1. Make a loop an inch from the yarn end.
Grab the join with your thumb and forefinger.
|2. Insert the hook through the loop from front
to back, yarn over and draw up a loop.
|3. Yarn over and draw through the loop.
||4. Pull the yarn tight. This does not count as the first single crochet stitch.|
|5. Start the first sc. Insert the hook through
the starting loop from front to back.
|6. Draw up a loop. Yarn over and draw through both loops.|
|7. Continue crocheting over the loop and the yarn tail until you have the required number
of sc for the first round, usually six.
|8. Grab hold of the yarn tail and pull until the center is tightly closed.
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Thank you very much for showing this magic ring… It’s nicely done, so will be easy to follow.