This is how you crochet around a wooden ring of tree

(The video is texted in English (US-terms), so remember to turn those on.)

Here you can see how to crochet around a ring of wood. It may be a little tricky, but in the video, I come up with helpful tricks, on how to do it.

You start by making a loop around the hook. Then insert the crochet hook into the wooden ring, take the yarn back and make a single crochet. It does not count as the first stitch, because it is impossible to crochet in. It is therefore just the way you attach the yarn. The next single crochet (sc) is made by taking the crochet hook all the way through the loop on your hook, so that you have a good length of the hook to work with, sticking it through your wooden ring, taking the yarn back and making a single crochet. It counts as the first single crochet. Then you continue all the way around, until you have all the stitches, you need. The very last stitch has to be made very, very tight, as it can very easily become loose, and that’s no good.

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May you have a happy crochet day 🙂