How to Crochet a Magic Ring for Amigurumi

by | Mar 8, 2022

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This video tutorial is very useful for all you beginners out there who want to learn how to crochet a magic ring for Amigurumi. The magic ring (also called a magic circle) technique is a great way to create a tightly closed circle in the middle of your Amigurumi project. When you continue crocheting around the circle, your toys will look nice and neat without a big hole in the middle of your work.

Scroll down to watch the step by step video tutorial or read more about how to crochet a magic ring for Amigurumi below.

 

How to crochet a magic ring for Amigurumi, magic circle for beginners, video tutorial by Cuddly Stitches Craft (2)

 

Typically, crochet toys will start with a magic ring, which is why I will show you an easy way of mastering this technique! If you would like to see how I use the magic ring technique in my patterns, then check out my FREE Amigurumi patterns here.

And if you would like to learn how to start your Amigurumi project with a chain (Amigurumi oval) instead then check out my How to crochet Amigurumi around a foundation chain video tutorial. Unlike a magic ring that gives you a nice round shape, crocheting around a foundation chain results in an oval shape.

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How to crochet a magic ring for Amigurumi, magic circle for beginners, video tutorial by Cuddly Stitches Craft (4)

 

How to Crochet a Magic Ring for Amigurumi – Abbreviations Used:

In this video I use US crochet terminology.

MR: magic ring

ST: stitch

SC: single crochet stitch

INC: increase = two single crochet stitches in the same stitch

(…..) x 6: repeat the pattern inside the brackets by the given number (in this example, repeat the pattern in the brackets 6 times)

{…}: number shown inside these brackets equals the number of total stitches at the end of each round

 

How to Crochet a Magic Ring for Amigurumi – Written Instructions:

R1: MR – 6x SC into the ring {6}

R2: INC in each ST around {12}

You can then continue crocheting around the circle as instructed in your pattern.

 

 

Watch the Video Here:

Thank you for watching and happy crocheting! šŸ™‚

 

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  1. Do you have a snake pattern that I could purchase

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