I’ve seen many different instructions for this kind of spiral pattern and I tried a few but they didn’t seem to work out properly so I started from scratch and came up with my own method that produces a nice flat piece of work. I used crochet thread and a 2.5mm hook but there’s no reason you can’t scale it up.
This pattern is written using American crochet terms but there’s just the one stitch so if you prefer English terms then simply dc throughout.
Round 1: create a magic ring with 6sc and slip stitch closed.
Round 2: *chain 3 and sc into the next stitch* six times to take you all around the circle. you should have created 6 loops.
Round 3: *1sc into the next loop, chain 3 and then sc between the next two loops* six times to take you all around the circle.
Round 4: sc into the next stitch *2sc into the next loop, chain 3, skip the next stitch and sc into the next stitch* repeat between the *stars* six times to take you all around the circle.
Round 5: *sc each stitch to take you to the next loop (this will be 2 sc on round 5, 3 sc on round 6 etc), 2sc into the next loop, chain 3, skip the next stitch and sc into the next stitch* repeat between the stars six times to take you all around the circle.
Repeat round 5 until the piece is as big as you would like. you don’t need to keep track of rounds – once you get the hang of the pattern this is really easy and you can just keep going in a spiral without having to count stitches or keep track of where you are. just carry on until the work is the size you would like.
Last round: sc each stitch and 5 sc into each loop. slip stitch the last few stitches, fasten off and weave in ends.
block or press if needed.
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