By far, the most common question I get when I publish a new pattern that’s worked in the round is,
“What is a magic circle?”
I’ve been wanting to make this tutorial for a long time, and I’ve finally got it ready for you! A magic circle really is a simple concept. Instead of beginning your patterns-in-the-round with a CH4 (or how ever many the pattern says to chain), you start them with this handy technique that allows you to completely close up that center hole. And it’s not difficult to learn. Take a look!
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