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Tuesday, 12 July 2022

How To Crochet Seamless Spiral Circle With Raised Ridges


There are of course many different ways to crochet a circle. Spiral crochet patterns are a visual treat. The Crochet Pattern for making a Spiral circle is same as the Common Crochet Circle. The only difference is , the usual Crochet Circle is worked round after round by ending each round with a slip stitch and the Spiral Crochet circles are worked in continues rounds.

Here is a simple pattern for How To Crochet Seamless Spiral Circle With Raised Ridges. This Spiral Crochet Circle is as required worked in continuous rounds. To add that extra edge to the pattern , here the stitches are worked in the third loop of each stitch. This gives the lovely raised ridged look to the finished pattern. This ridged pattern looks similar to surface slip stitch.

You can use this spiral pattern to make up crochet potholders , Crocheted rugs ,Crochet hats and Placemats. Just keep making the increase pattern untill the size of your choice.




Materials Used:-
8 Ply Yarn
4 mm Crochet Hook

Note:-
  • The circle is made in continuous rounds , i.e. we wont be making a slip stitch at the end of every round.
  • The Stitches are made into the Third Loop of each stitch. This gives the raised ridged look which looks similar to Surface Slip stitch.

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Let's Start...!!!

Round 1:-
Start with a Magic Circle.
12 Double Crochets in the circle.
Pull the yarn end to close the gap.
12 Stitches.



Round 2:-

**This round onwards , we will be making the stitches into the Third Back Loop of the stitch.
2 Double Crochets in each stitch around.
24 stitches.






Round 3:-

1 Double Crochet.
2 Double Crochets in the next stitch.
**Remember to make the stitches into the Third Loop.
Repeat*(1DC, 2DC).
36 Stitches.



Round 4:-
1 Double Crochet each in 2 stitches.
2 Double Crochets in the next stitch.
Repeat*(1DC*2, 2DC)
48 Stitches.


Round 5:-
1 Double Crochet each in 3 stitches.
2 Double Crochets in the next stitch.
Repeat*(1DC*3 2DC)
60 Stitches.

If you wish to continue making it larger, then follow the below mentioned increase pattern:-

Round 6--DC 4, 2DC in next stitch(72)
Round 7--DC 5, 2DC in next stitch(84)
Round 8--DC 6, 2DC in next stitch(96)
 .....and so on.




Ending:-
If you weave off the spiral circle, It would look unfinished. So to tapper it down , finish it off with the below stitches:-
1 Double Crochet each in 2 stitches,
1 Half Double Crochet each in the next 2 stitches,
1 Single Crochet each in the next 2 stitches,
1 Slip Stitch each in the next 2 stitches and weave off.




Here is the Summary of the Pattern:-

Round 1:-
Start with a Magic Circle.
12 Double Crochets in the circle.
Pull the yarn end to close the gap.
12 Stitches.

Round 2:-
**This round onwards , we will be making the stitches into the Third Back Loop of the stitch.
2 Double Crochets in each stitch around.
24 stitches.

Round 3:-
1 Double Crochet.
2 Double Crochets in the next stitch.
**Remember to make the stitches into the Third Loop.
Repeat*(1DC, 2DC).
36 Stitches.

Round 4:-
1 Double Crochet each in 2 stitches.
2 Double Crochets in the next stitch.
Repeat*(1DC*2, 2DC)
48 Stitches.

Round 5:-
1 Double Crochet each in 3 stitches.
2 Double Crochets in the next stitch.
Repeat*(1DC*3 2DC)
60 Stitches.

If you wish to continue making it larger, then follow the below mentioned increase pattern:-

Round 6--DC 4, 2DC in next stitch(72)
Round 7--DC 5, 2DC in next stitch(84)
Round 8--DC 6, 2DC in next stitch(96)
 .....and so on.

Ending:-
If you weave off the spiral circle, It would look unfinished. So to tapper it down , finish it off with the below stitches:-
1 Double Crochet each in 2 stitches,
1 Half Double Crochet each in the next 2 stitches,
1 Single Crochet each in the next 2 stitches,
1 Slip Stitch each in the next 2 stitches and weave off.

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2 comments:

  1. This pretty seamless spiral circle with raised ridges would make a great coaster or placemat! Thank you for linking up at our weekly Link Party! You are being featured at our Wednesday Party #460 this week. Here’s the direct link to the post in case you’d like to share your feature:
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    Hope to see you again next week! Rhondda

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    1. Thank you so much....elated to be featured 😊😊🤗

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