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HELP! Joining To Form A Ring

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A very good morning to you all!

I hope someone will have an idea that will help here.

Does anyone have a tip to keep a chain from twisting when joining into a ring to crochet in the round? Can't tell you how many times I have ripped out to start over again. There has to be a way to keep the chain straight! Any ideas?

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How long is the chain to begin with?

 

I know one trick some people do is after doing the chain, they turn the work and do the first 'round' as a 'row' then join the ring and continue after that. The first tail from starting the chain can be used to sew up the small gap.

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Lol, just long enough to twist, 53 chains!

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I do what Shell Lee suggested. Make your chain. Work your first round and join. Then use the tail from the chain to join the bottom of the stitch together.

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Thank you all. I will try that next time:hook

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