By now, most of you are probably familiar with the spiral tube pattern that I mentioned in my previous article on the best crocheting spiral tube.
However, many of you may have noticed that a spiral tube isn’t just about the shapes.
It’s also about the yarn.
Here’s how I used this spiral tube for the Christmas presents I made last year.
If you’re wondering how I came up with this particular spiral tube design, I’ve put it all together in my crochet spiral tutorial.
The first time I made the spiral spiral tube was for a Christmas card I sent to a friend.
I’ve since made them for a number of other occasions.
The spiral tube is a super versatile crochet toy.
The colors can be worn as a centerpiece, and the shapes can be used as a scarf or a necklace.
The design can be done with either straight or curved crochet hooks, and it can be adjusted to fit any size hand.
Here are the basic steps for making the spiral, spiral, and spirals pattern.
If your crochet spiral is too small for a scarf, or too large for a necklace, you can adjust the size by adding the crochet hook or crochet needle to your yarn, or by adding a smaller hook or needle.
First, you’ll need a spiral crochet hook that will fit the crochet shape you want to make.
You can use any crochet hook size that fits your crochet pattern.
For the spiral pattern, I used a 3.5 mm hook.
You may need to increase the hook size as your yarn grows.
For example, if you made the Spiral Spiral Spiral Pattern with a crochet hook measuring 3.55 mm, you would need to add an extra 3.45 mm hook to make the pattern.
Then, add a crochet thread to the hook.
If the crochet thread is longer than the crochet spiral, you will have to adjust the length of the crochet yarn.
For this example, I am using a crochet spiral that is approximately 2.5 inches (5 centimeters) long.
You will also need to crochet a small hook to attach the crochet strand.
For my spiral, I chose the crochet Hook-o-Glow.
For most crochet spirals, I use a long crochet hook and crochet hook color, but if you want a different color, you could add a small crochet hook.
When you have a crochet pattern and crochet thread, start by making a slip stitch at the beginning of the stitch to join the yarn with the crochet pattern, and continue until you have made two loops.
You’ll want to join them with a slip knot.
Now that you have the crochet stitches in place, you’re ready to join your crochet stitches together by joining them with another slip knot on the first stitch of the next row.
I chose to join my stitches with a small loop.
The next step is to add the crochet stitch and crochet loop to the end of the first row of stitches.
For me, this was at the top of the row.
Once you have joined your stitches, you want the crochet and crochet loops to come together and be joined.
Then continue stitching along the top stitch of each row until you reach the top.
This is where you stitch ends.
If there are any stitches that aren’t connected with the loop, add another stitch to the next stitch.
You could add the stitches in a row, but it doesn’t matter which way you do it.
Once your stitches are joined, you now have a spiral that you can stitch along with your crochet crochet stitches.
Here is how I made a spiral in both the spiral and spiral loops.
The second spiral is for a decorative necklaces that are available in many colors.
If these are going to be used for gifts, you might want to use a different crochet hook than the ones I used for this project.
The bottom spiral is a perfect addition to any gift wrapping, and you can use it for a gift bag, gift tags, or any other place you might use a crochet scarf.
You might also like to try making this pattern with a smaller crochet hook for a more manageable size.
After you’ve finished making your spiral, crochet the pattern onto the crochet piece you’ve joined with a stitch marker.
This will give you a stitch count to keep track of the size of your finished spiral.
Now it’s time to attach your spiral to the crochet pieces.
You are going in the opposite direction to making the crochet strands, so make sure that your crochet ends are facing you and you are joining your crochet pieces in the same direction.
For both crochet and spiral spirals (the spiral is smaller and the spiral is longer), you should be able to add another crochet stitch to make a loop on the next crochet row.
You should now be able, after about a half-dozen rows, to reach the bottom of the spiral.
It’s really easy to add a second loop to your spiral.
For your next project, you may want to add some decorative