This video on YouTube teaches how to make a Halloween spiderweb crochet garland using black yarn, a crochet hook, and scissors. The black yarn is used because it's a bit hard to see.
Here are the steps to make the spiderweb garland:
- Start with a Magic Circle and chain 3, then make 1 double crochet.
- Make another chain, then 1 more double crochet in the circle. Repeat this process until you have 7 double crochets separated by chain 1 spaces.
- Close the circle.
Now, let's make the spiderweb pattern:
Start the next row with chain 3 and turn your work. In this row, we need chain 2 spaces between the double crochets.
Chain 2, then make 1 double crochet on top of the double crochet from the previous row. Repeat this for all 7 double crochets, making sure to chain 2 between each one.
Continue with chain 3, turn your work, and repeat the process of making chain 2 spaces between double crochets for another row.
Now, we'll increase the space between double crochets. Start with chain 4 between them, and make 1 double crochet in each space. Repeat this for all 7 double crochets.
Keep going with chain 3, turn, and increase the space to chain 5 between double crochets. Make 1 double crochet in each space. You can stop increasing here if you want a smaller spiderweb. If you want it bigger, just keep adding more chain stitches between the double crochets in the next rows.
To finish, connect one spiderweb to another by making a single crochet to join them all together.
And there you have it, your very own Halloween spiderweb crochet garland!