How to Crochet Magic Circle for Beginners


Hello girls!!! You want to learn how to crochet the magic circle. So check with us the step by step and you will learn this technique very used in handcrafts. 

A technique often used to start crochet projects. The magic ring or magic circle can be easily adjusted according to the size of your work. Here you find the basic step to start your magic ring:

The magic ring is important for anyone learning the craft. For beginners, it is one of the first handicraft techniques taught. Stitch is very important no matter if you are learning it, whether it is a hobby or a career. 

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The magic circle is a common starter technique used to start many types of spiral crochet projects such as amigurumis (crochet dolls), hats, bags and rugs, crochet blanket. 3D blanket and many other crochet pattern. Here are some areas where it's important to learn the magic circle in crochet.

Crafts and Crafts: If you enjoy crafts and crafts, learning the magic circle technique is key to starting many crochet projects. This will allow you to create circular pieces with a clean finish and without a hole in the center.
Fashion Design: If you are interested in fashion design and handmade clothing, knowing how to make the magic circle can be unique to create circular details on clothing such as ruffles, collars or decorative elements.

Teaching Crochet: If you are a crochet instructor or plan to teach the technique to others, it is essential that you master the magic circle in order to pass this knowledge on to your students.
Selling Handmade Products: If you sell crochet products such as clothing, accessories or home items, the ability to create magic circles can increase the quality and appeal of your products, making them more attractive to customers.
Participation in Craft Fairs and Events: If you participate in craft fairs or sales events, have skills in crochet techniques such as the magic circle, you can make your products stand out and attract more customers.

Materials needed for crochet magic ring for beginners:

1 crochet line of the color of your choice. 
1 small pointed scissors. 
1 Crochet hook according to your project you want to make.

Let's go step by step and the Magic Ring Tutorial:

Step 1: Hold the yarn and hook Hold the end of the yarn between the trusty and middle finger of your right hand (or vice versa, depending on whether you're left-handed or right-handed). Leave about 10cm of loose yarn at the end so you can work with it later. 

Step 2: Wrap the yarn With your left hand, take the loose yarn and run it through the fingers of your right hand, forming a loop or circle. 

Step 3: Insert the Hook Pass the hook under the loop formed by the yarn. 

Step 4: Loop Pull a loop of yarn through the loop with the hook. You will now have two loops on the hook. 

Step 5: Chain First Chain (pull one loop through the other) to lock the circle. This creates a small loop that holds the ring in place. 

Step 6: Starting the project Now you can start working your project points inside the magic circle. Depending on the pattern and type of stitch you are using, you can either chain or double crochet, for example, directly inside the magic ring. 

Step 7: Closing the ring (optional) When you finish working the necessary stitches inside the magic ring, you can gently pull the loose thread you left at the beginning to tighten the ring and close it completely.
Final considerations. Crochet Magic Ring for Beginners:

Practicing this crochet technique ensures that the beginning of your project is more uniform and adjusted in terms of size. 

Remember that the exact details of your project may vary depending on the size of the yarn and the types of stitches you are using. 

These are the basic terms for you to create the magic crochet ring. Remember if I learned you can learn too. Be persistent and see the result. You will be surprised.