When it comes to knitting or crocheting, cast on circular needles are a great alternative to knitting on size needles. These circular needles allow for a greater range of stitches and patterns without having to work your needle through a full circumference of yarn.
As it turns out, knitting circles are a thing. I’ve also made and re-knit several different kinds of crochet patterns using circular needles, and one of the most exciting things I’ve learned is that you don’t need a circular needle to make circular patterns.
But to be able to create a circular pattern you need to knit one of those really weird, really small circular needles. I find this to be an absolute necessity when crocheting anything, but particularly when the pattern is not only circular but also requires a lot of stitches! Once you’ve got your circular needle, you can either make a simple single-strand, double-strand, or single-row cast on.
The single-strand cast on is probably the easiest for those of us with small hands. The single-strand cast on creates a perfectly round pattern. You are limited only by your own imagination and the size of your circular needle. You can only make single-strand or double-strand, so you need a smaller circular needle than your regular circular needle.
Single-strand cast on is nice, but double-strand is much harder than single-strand. Both methods are fairly simple. You need to fold the needle over twice and then press it through the fabric. The double-strand method is much harder, and it takes a little practice to get the hang of it. I’ve made one that’s worked on all my circular needles, so I’ve made a tutorial on how to make it.
A single-strand cast on can be done by using a piece of fabric smaller than the needle, but the needle is attached to the fabric, so you can’t use a single-strand needle to cast on. Double-strand cast on is much easier. You need to use a larger needle than the fabric, so it doesn’t get stuck on the fabric.
The double-strand method is much harder, and it takes a little practice to get the hang of it. Ive made one thats worked on all my circular needles, so Ive made a tutorial on how to make it.A single-strand cast on can be done by using a piece of fabric smaller than the needle, but the needle is attached to the fabric, so you cant use a single-strand needle to cast on.
you can also use an embroidery needle, but it will only be attached to the fabric and not to the needle.
This method is a great way to make a cast on for anything that needs to be hidden in plain sight for someone, like a wedding dress. Ive made it for a pair of jeans, and it will work on almost any fabric. The best way is to use a piece of fabric smaller than the needle, but use the needle to attach it to the fabric. When you use the needle to attach the fabric to the fabric, you get a better result, so youre doing it correctly.
The method is a pretty neat way to make a cast on and is great for making a small piece of fabric that can be attached to many different things. Ive found it on quite a few occasions where it was needed for something like this because the fabric would have a hole in it. The method is a pretty simple thing, and works great in a pinch. It also makes a great way to hide a needle in your closet.