What does it mean to turn when crocheting in the round?
Crocheting in rounds joined with a slip stitch
Here, the term round is used to differentiate from rows. The main difference is that you end the round back where you started, join to the first stitch and then start your next round. You may turn at the end of each round, or crochet all your rounds in the same direction.
What does do not turn mean in crochet?
When you crochet in the round (spirals), you don’t need to turn, so you always have the pretty side of the stitches facing you. Typically, when you crochet in rows, you turn your work at the end of the row, which means that half of your rows have the ‘wrong side’ of the stitch facing you.
How do you crochet without turning your work?
Row 1:Without turning your work, insert your hook into the next stitch. Row 2:Wrap the yarn around the crochet hook and pull the yarn through the stitch. Row 3:Wrap the yarn around the crochet hook and pull the yarn through both stitches on your hook.