Very simple! CROCHETING continuous method EASY Crochet

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Very simple! CROCHETING continuous method EASY Crochet

Certainly! Here’s a super easy continuous crochet pattern that you can follow. This method is great for creating simple items like scarves, dishcloths, or blankets without needing to join or cut yarn at the end of each row.

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Materials:

  • Yarn of your choice
  • Crochet hook appropriate for your yarn (check the yarn label for recommendations)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

Abbreviations:

  • ch = chain
  • sc = single crochet
  • st = stitch

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Instructions:

  1. Foundation Chain:
    • Chain any even number of stitches to the desired width of your project. (e.g., ch 20)
  2. Row 1:
    • Single crochet in the second chain from the hook and in each chain across. (e.g., you will have 19 sc if you started with a chain of 20).
    • Do not turn your work. Instead, work around the foundation chain.

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3-Continue Around:

    • At the end of Row 1, work 2 more sc into the last chain (this creates a smooth turn).
    • Now, work single crochet stitches into the opposite side of the foundation chain. This way, you are crocheting in the round.
  • Row 2:
    • When you reach the end of the opposite side, you should have 3 sc in the same chain stitch at each end. This keeps the corners from curling up.
    • Continue working sc in each stitch around, making sure to place 3 sc in the center sc of the 3-sc group at each end.
  • Continuous Rows:
    • Continue working in continuous rounds, always placing 3 sc in the center stitch of the 3-sc group at the ends. This maintains the rectangular shape.
  • Finishing:
    • When your project reaches the desired length, finish the round by slip stitching into the next stitch.
    • Cut the yarn, leaving a long tail. Pull the tail through the last loop and tighten to secure.
    • Weave in the ends using a yarn needle.

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Example Pattern:

Continuous Crochet Dishcloth

  1. Foundation Chain:
    • Chain 20.
  2. Row 1:
    • Sc in 2nd chain from hook and in each chain across (19 sc).
  3. Continue Around:
    • Work 2 more sc into the last chain (3 sc in last chain).
    • Sc in each chain on the opposite side of the foundation chain

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  • Row 2:
    • When you reach the end, work 3 sc in the last chain to make the turn.
    • Continue sc in each stitch around.
  • Continuous Rows:
    • Repeat, always working 3 sc in the center sc at each end.
  • Finishing:
    • When the dishcloth is a square or desired size, slip stitch to the next st, cut yarn, and weave in ends.

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This method is super easy and perfect for beginners. It eliminates the need for turning your work, and the continuous rounds create a seamless, neat project. Enjoy your crocheting!

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Very simple! CROCHETING continuous method EASY Crochet