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  1. Pava tarini says:

    I'M learning crochet doing circle…I can do it…..

  2. Hello ma'am.. I tried doing this.. But I was not able to get the exact circle.. Is it because I have used the wrong needle mm… I have used 3.0 mm needle..

  3. Thank you so much!! This tutorial has been a great help.

  4. I did this today I found it easier than the granny square, im using it for a coaster.

  5. Ava Miller says:

    So far all I have created is a very tall bowl, lol.

  6. usha makhija says:

    U have explained everything so nicely. I am happy to learn it

  7. No matter how I learn they keep going round and like a cup 😭😭😭

  8. Alyssa says:

    omg this was amazing! thank you so much 🙂

  9. Hey bella! Im 11 years old im trying to learn to crochet so that i have something to do in quarrantine and im doing well all because of you! I've watched so many tutorials on how to do magic circle and flat circle but i can never seem to do it, you're the only one who managed to explain it so well, thank you so much! Im currently trying to learn how to make a granny square and im watching your video to learn it, im just waiting for my new yarns to arrive but i feel like i can already understand what to do, THANK YOU SO MUCH BELLA!

  10. Anupama bhat says:

    Thank you I also made with red wool

  11. Liz Kaufman says:

    Your video was soooo clear, loved it thankyou ❤

  12. Is there a specific type of yarn you need because apparently i cant get mine to look right :/

  13. Tammy Brown says:

    Thank you for the help. I wanted to make a round blanket and now I know how. Ty.

  14. Maryam Afaq says:

    u made my day u r the best i already made it m a begginer it came out so neat thank u so much stay safe

  15. Canny Zhu says:

    Thank you for your video, it’s very useful for me.

  16. Every time I do this I wind up with it turning into a oddly shaped bowl and I am using the right hook to for the uarn

  17. Emily Triner says:

    Can you post me how to do the border of the circle once finished plz. Loved this video. Especially as a beginner !! Thank u

  18. Amy Gauthier says:

    this was EXTREMELY helpful!! thank you so much!

  19. Palma TV says:

    Thank u so much its very helpful 😊

  20. Jordan Oliva says:

    Wonderful like Cassiekoy Crochet videos. 🙂

  21. i'm trying to do the bucket hat….i've restared it already 3 or 4 times… ripples every single time….and i follow tutorial….i'm in the middle of a breakdown…i hope your video helps

  22. So I've done this multiple times now and every time I get to the third ring of stiches I can only get 33 stitches not 36. Am I counting wrong lol. I mean it still turns out good but I still know I don't have the correct amount of stitches and it bothers me lol

  23. renee Tucker says:

    could i do each row another colour but how do i join them and they dont come undone

  24. My circle keeps curling in esp the bigger I get as I'm trying to do a cushion? Help please be much appreciated take care

  25. Anne Flynn says:

    Thank you for your tutorial i have made two large coasters and going to continue to make a blanket .

  26. I like my bowl it’s less confusing

  27. How do I change colour on each round?

  28. I appreciate you. We understand everything you say. I am from Sri Lanka. 🇱🇰

  29. brightz says:

    i just need to make my tortise a costume
    ✨Wish me luck✨

  30. Rachna td says:

    Very bad ua too fast

  31. This is wayyyy to fast, I haven’t even looked up from my yarn

  32. Thank you! I just made one to put under a plant pot that has little sticky circles underneath it that mark my table. It turned out great! 😉

  33. Ca Em says:

    <3 ur tutorial, I really grasp it!!! I am more of a knitting person, but wanted to try doing something for a footstool…. 🙂 And for me the pause worked perfect! But I suppose I am a bit used of needles and yarn.

  34. Uhhhhh fuck I wish they would acutaully under stand what beginners fuuuuckkkk

  35. Thank you so much mam… very nice… it helped me alot to make my project

  36. littlecukee says:

    What do you do after 5 trebles and inc.???

  37. Gail says:

    I would like to thank you for your detailed and easy to follow instructions. I had been making round crocheted pot holders but wasn't counting and just eyeballing the work. Counting makes so much more sense and creates a much more uniform flat pot holder. Thank you very much….you are an excellent teacher!

  38. Sylphadora says:

    After you close off the first round with a slip stitch, should you have the same number of dc stitches as of links in the border chain? As in, 1 link equals 1 dc stitch?

  39. Gumps Nanny says:

    how do tie off end when done??