Syllabus: Circular Netting
- What is Circular Netting (1:54)
- Create an anchor (5:04)
- Create a grommet (5:00)
- Ending each round with a CK (3:28)
Round 2 and all other rounds (2:01)
- Starting a round with a plain stitch (2:05)
- Starting a round with an increase stitch (2:33)
- Starting a round with a decrease stitch (4:43)
- Ending the final round (2:06)
- When to Net without a Mesh Stick (1:04)
- Netting without a Mesh Stick: Using the Lacemaker’s Method (2:02)
- Creating Larger Meshes by Wrapping Around the Mesh Stick More Than Once (8:13)
These 3" to 5" diameter circles can be made with either yarn or crochet thread.
- yarn: Hot Pad
- crochet thread: Bookmark, 3″ Acrylic Coaster Insert
These net dishcloths were made with cotton yarn.
- Circular Carrots Dishcloth
- Circular Fan Dishcloth
- Circular Skirt Dishcloth
- Chandelier doily pattern (11.75 inch diameter)
Doily is made with size 20 crochet thread.
- Starching Netting (2:40)
These bags are made with yarn or string from the bottom up. The two handle sections are made last and tie together to form one handle.
- Netting a Tied Handle for a Circular Bag (4:45)
Over the centuries, hair coverings have been known by several names - snood, caul, and hairnet are the most common. Whether these terms can be used interchangeably depends on to whom you are talking.
This snood is made with either yarn or crochet thread.
Stained Glass Snood