Crocheting circles and increasing in round

Hello, Welcome to The Crochet Mix, last week was my first week at blogging, and I was very excited the response to my first post. I just wanted to say hello to The Mix’s new family members and tell them to please keep in touch. I look forward to your insight.

Last week, I briefly touched on circumference , crocheting in rounds, and increasing. It is important to me that you get a better idea, so I created a pattern based on the 10 stitch increase per row method that I mentioned in my last post.

I wanted to share this pattern to hopefully change the way you think of crocheted circles, with extreme emphasis on creating different sizes. In addition ,this is an important step in not only crocheting hats but different household items like hampers, place mats, candy dishes, small chamber pots, etc. There is a business in that alone, if that is the avenue you wish to travel.

Two colors are used , but if you don’t want to use to colors that’s okay. Please crochet along!! I could always use a buddy.

Freeblogpattern1,Enjoy!

 

Tiffany's Crochet Chamber Pot

Tiffany’s Crochet Chamber Pot

Please come back so we can explore the next shape, triangles. See you then!

 

 

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How to measure the head for a crochet hat properly

 

Hello, I am Tiffany of the Crochet Mix and I will be teaching you how to take an accurate measurement of a head for a crochet hat, or any other projects that uses round rows. When crocheting a hat taking accurate measurements can be confusing, well for me anyway. I think that crocheting in a round can seem overwhelming if you do not learn the foundations of measuring circles. Many have questions like, after I measure my head what do I do?

When measuring crochet rounds ,place tape measure in the center of the circle

When measuring crochet rounds ,place tape measure in the center of the

Answer: When measuring your head you have to take the circumference of the measurement. You remember those boring days in math class when the teacher was lecturing the class about diameter, circumference, and that other one what was it, pi! Now do you remember? I knew you would.

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