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How To Crochet in The Spiral – Tutorial!

How To Crochet in The Spiral. We all know how to crochet in rows, right? Wrong. Crochet in the spiral is a more unique way to crochet that can result in more intricate and beautiful pieces of fabric. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to crochet in the spiral so you can create beautiful blankets, scarves, and more!

How To Crochet in the Spiral

Crocheting in the spiral is one of the most popular crochet techniques because it’s easy to remember, and the yarn winds around the hook in a beautiful curvy pattern. Here’s how to do it:

1) Hold your hook so that the point is near the top of your yarn ball.

2) Wrap the yarn around your hook as if you were going to make a loop.

3) Yarn over (yarn over, yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook), and draw the yarn through both loops on your hook. You now have a double-crochet stitch.

4) Continuing in this manner, make a stack of dc stitches by wrapping the yarn around your hook once, yarning over, and drawing it through both loops on your hook. Be sure not to twist or tangle the yarn.

5) When you reach the end of your ball of yarn, tie off with a knot and cut off any excess. You’re ready to start crocheting in the spiral!

Crochet in The Spiral: Basic Crochet Terms

In this tutorial we are going to show you how to crochet in the spiral (or “worm” as it is also known). This is a great technique for making complicated stitches look simple, and it can be used for all sorts of projects – from blankets and afghans to placemats and hats.

To begin, tie a basic knot in your yarn just below the hook. This will act as your anchor point while you crochet.

Now hold the yarn taut between your thumb and first two fingers, and hold the hook between your other two fingers. Begin by inserting the hook into the center of your loop (the one closest to you), then pull up a loop (see picture below).

You now have two loops on the hook – leave these on the needle, then insert the hook into the next loop, and pull up another loop (see picture above). You should now have three loops on thehook.

To finish crocheting this stitch, chain one (see picture below), then insert the hook into the last loop on the needle, and pull up that chain (see picture above).

For a double crochet in the spiral, work as follows: Insert hook into secondloop from hook (from previous row), then insert hook into firstloop from hook (from previous row) – see pictures above. Chain one, then yank tight – see pictures above.

How to Make a Scarf

Looking for a fun and easy way to crochet? Look no further than the spiral stitch! In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to make a scarf using this versatile stitch.


-Medium weight yarn (4 – 6 oz./100 – 150 g/3.5 – 5 oz.)

-Size H (5 mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge

-Stitch marker


1. Chain 120 (128, 136, 144). Slip stitch into first chain to form ring. Work 8 dc in ring. Chain 1, turn. [8 dc, ch 1] twice more. Fasten off and weave in ends.

2. Scarf measures 2 inches wide x 36 inches long.

3. Chain 120 (128, 136, 144). Slip stitch into first chain to form ring. Work 8 dc in ring. Chain 1, turn. [8 dc, ch 1] twice more. Fasten off and weave in ends.

4. Thread yarn through both ends of scarf and tie a knot tight. 

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How to Make a Cowl

If you love crochet but don’t enjoy the tedium of working in the round, this is the tutorial for you! This cowl is worked in spiral rounds, which gives it a pretty drape and makes it super easy to work.

You start by making a magic ring and placing your hook into the ring. You will then chain 2 (or more, depending on how wide/long you want your cowl to be) and do a single crochet in the second chain from the hook. Work your single crochet all around the ring.

When you get to the end of the round, slip stitch into the first single crochet. Now turn your work so that your loose end is facing towards you – this will be our starting point for next round.

Chain 1 and do a double crochet in each stitch around the ring. Now turn your work so that you are crocheting towards yourself again – this will create our “ridge” along our cowl’s length. Double crochet all around until you reach your starting point, slip stitch into first double crochet, and we’re done!

How to Make a Hat

Step one: Chain 23.

Two: Start by making a foundation chain of 20 stitches.

Three: Work 2 sc in the second stitch from the hook, 1 sc in each remaining stitch.

Four: Change to a single crochet (sc) in the next stitch,2 sc in the next stitch,1 sc in each remaining stitch-24 stitches.

Five: Ch 2, turn. Skip the first sc, work (2sc, ch2) in next stitch; skip next 2 stitches, work (1sc, ch2) in next stitch; repeat between these two markers (skipping the skipper), ending with 1 sc in last st-25 sts. Change to hdc in next st-26 sts.

The hat will now be worked “in the round” except for the ears which will be worked separately and attached at the end. Rounds 1-5 are worked continuously. Round 6 is started and worked back up to Round 3 of Hat Chart (below).

Round 7 is skipped and Round 8 is started working into any ch sps made on previous rounds. Work 13 hdc around edge of hat excluding ears – 12 hdc remain. Join with sl st to first hdc of round 8 and finish off leaving a long tail for sewing later.

Ear shapes are made now by taking small amounts of yarn and pulling through both loops on one side only of ear shape as shown below – do


crochet in the spiral can be a tricky task, but with this tutorial, you’ll be able to successfully crochete in the spiral! By following these simple steps, you’ll be able to create beautiful projects without any hassle. So don’t wait any longer – get started today and see just how easy it is to crochet in the spiral!

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All of us had a great week, full of God’s Desired houses in their works, and a lot of creativity to start another project mainly with crochet yarn.
With love and affection, Crochet To Day Free!

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