Do not join work in continuous rounds crochet?

What does do not join work in continuous rounds mean in crochet?

If you struggle with identifying your stitches and which loops belong to which post, you might find it useful to look at this Stitch Anatomy Tutorial. For this tutorial, I have started with a 15-ch foundation chain, illustrating the steps by making a small tube in single crochet.

How do you join a round in crochet without joining?

In crochet rounds with joins, you’ll work one round then join the last stitch to the beginning of the round with a slip stitch. For crochet rounds without joining, however, you’ll work the last crochet stitch then work the first stitch of the following round. There is no slip stitch to join the rounds.

What does it mean to work in a continuous round in crochet?

Continuous rounds are a way to work in the round without ever joining or turning your work. When you finish one round, you simply continue working around again. There’s no slip stitch and no chain to start the next round, so there is no visible “seam”.

What does joining mean in crochet?

The solution is to crochet in joined rounds. That means, at the start of each round, you chain one, and then slip stitch into that chain at the end of the round. Update – If you want to keep crocheting in a spiral but minimize that pesky jog in your stripes, there’s a video here showing a different technique.

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What does it mean to not join stitches?

It means you will use a circular needle, but knit flat like straight needles, so you don’t want to join like you would for knitting in the round.

What does work in rounds mean?

To begin a crochet design that you work in rounds, you first create a center ring and then crochet the first round. After you complete the number of stitches needed for the first round, join the first and last stitches of the round to complete the circle. Adding more rounds to your work is similar to adding rows.