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Da bottone a fiore: l'arte del riciclo e della bellezza! | #crochet #uncinetto…

Da bottone a fiore: l'arte del riciclo e della bellezza! | #crochet #uncinetto…

Backward Loop Cast On or Thumb Cast On

Backward Loop Cast On or Thumb Cast On

One of my favorite cast-on methods for starting a knit project from the center. (Crocheters might notice that this is very similar to the magic ring)  Pinhole Cast On for Circular Knitting Movie (right handed)

One of my favorite cast-on methods for starting a knit project from the center. (Crocheters might notice that this is very similar to the magic ring) Pinhole Cast On for Circular Knitting Movie (right handed)

How to work the Provisional Crochet Cast On - video. Use scrap yarn for your cast-on edge and then remove it when you need to pick up the stitches and work them later.

How to work the Provisional Crochet Cast On - video. Use scrap yarn for your cast-on edge and then remove it when you need to pick up the stitches and work them later.

This easy and beautiful, free crocheted blanket sweater cacoon is made with self striping yarn and is perfect to take off the chill! #freepattern #crochet #crafts

This easy and beautiful, free crocheted blanket sweater cacoon is made with self striping yarn and is perfect to take off the chill! #freepattern #crochet #crafts

Emily Ocker's Circular Cast-On This technique comes from Elizabeth Zimmermann's Knitter's Almanac (Dover, 1981). Make a simple loop of yarn with the short end hanging down (Figure 1). With a crochet hook, *draw a loop through main loop, then draw another loop through this loop  (Figure 2). Repeat from * for each stitch to be cast on (Figure 3). After several inches have been worked, pull on the short end  (shown by arrow) to tighten the loop and close the circle.

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Emily Ocker's Circular Cast-On This technique comes from Elizabeth Zimmermann's Knitter's Almanac (Dover, 1981). Make a simple loop of yarn with the short end hanging down (Figure 1). With a crochet hook, *draw a loop through main loop, then draw another loop through this loop (Figure 2). Repeat from * for each stitch to be cast on (Figure 3). After several inches have been worked, pull on the short end (shown by arrow) to tighten the loop and close the circle.

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