Small Circle Crochet Pattern - A Free Crochet Pattern - Cross Stitched

Small Circle Crochet Pattern - A Free Crochet Pattern

Crochet is an incredibly versatile and fun craft that allows you to create beautiful and intricate designs using just a hook and some yarn. One popular crochet pattern that is perfect for beginners is the Small Circle Crochet Pattern. This pattern is great for practicing your basic crochet stitches and can be used to create a variety of projects such as coasters, appliques, or even a small blanket when joined together.

Materials Needed

To create the Small Circle Crochet Pattern, you will need the following materials: - Crochet Hook: 6.5 mm - Yarn: Lion Brand Woolspun or any bulky #5 weight yarn - Yarn needle - Scissors


Before you get started, it is essential to familiarize yourself with some basic crochet abbreviations that will be used in this pattern: - ch = chain - dc(s) = double crochet(s) - sl st = slip stitch


There are a few crucial points to keep in mind while working on this crochet pattern: - You can use any size yarn for these crochet circles, but ensure to use the corresponding crochet hook size as stated on the yarn package. - The number of stitches worked into the center of the circle can be adjusted per your preference. - You can experiment with different stitches like half double crochet or single crochet to create variations. - The pattern is written in standard US terms. - You can start the circle using a magic circle or magic loop instead of the chain 2 method.


Now, let's dive into creating the Small Circle Crochet Pattern:

Step 1: Start the First Round

- Chain 2 to begin the first round. - In the second chain from the hook, work 12 double crochets to form a round of stitches.

Step 2: Joining

- Slip stitch to the top of the first double crochet or the first stitch of the round to join the round.

Step 3: Finishing

- Fasten off by cutting the yarn and weave in the loose yarn ends using a yarn needle.

Final Thoughts

The Small Circle Crochet Pattern is a fantastic starting point for beginners looking to refine their crochet skills. Once you master this pattern, you can explore more complex designs and projects. Experiment with different yarn colors and sizes to create unique pieces tailored to your style. Remember, practice makes perfect in the world of crochet, so don't be afraid to try new things and have fun with your creations. Happy crocheting!
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