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seamless + symmetrical . Good when changing colors but I don't know if I'd want to cut thread for every row if I'm not changing colors.

What you DON'T want: a visible join when crocheting in rounds. This tutorial shows you how to get an invisible join with crochet, using a great technique.

the only pattern i followed was the usual one when you're crocheting circles: in first round you double every single stitch, in second row you double only every second stitch, in third row every third stitch, and so on. and then i just switched between normal double crochets, granny stitches, little bows, and so on. hope that helps at least a little bit. :)

The best way to join when crocheting in the round. Tutorial by Mon Petit Violon.

Technique :: How to make a seamless join when crocheting in the round. This must be done for each round. Start the next round with a standing stitch, as shown here ~

Crocheted blanket tutorial showing how to join squares while crocheting (instead of just stitching together at the end). Results in a beautiful eyelet row between strips.

Step by step tutorial by Sarah London, a technique to achieve a seamless join when crocheting in the round.

How to seam your crochet work tutorial. Shown are two different methods. The first is the invisible mattress stitch and the second seaming method uses a single crochet stitch.

How to finish crochet projects neatly

See how ending a two color circle or a two color square with one black row makes all the difference in the world...

Round 1: 7 sc in magic circle. Round 2: [2 sc in each st] x 6; 3 sc in last sc. Round 3: [2 sc in each sc] x 15; Round 4: Star ARM: Ch 6. In 2nd ch from hk, 1 Sc. Hdc in next ch. Dc into next 2 chs; Trc into last Ch. Sk 4 Sc of Center Circle and Sc into 5th st. Repeat ARM 5 more times. Connect to base of 1st ARM. End off, weave threads.