Hi Yarn Lovers ! In this tutorial, we will see one of the methods, or at least the one I use, to have a clean finish at the end of a project in a spiral. You probably use another one and, if so, it will be a pleasure to discover it in the comments !
The desired result :
The demarcation is almost invisible !
1- First you will pull the thread upwards with your crochet hook to undo the loop. It will also "block" the stitch :
2- Then, you will insert your crochet hook into the stitch just to the left (the first stitch of the row, therefore), from the outside to the inside, as if you are going to crochet a stitch :
3- Grab the thread with your crochet hook and bring it back through the stitch :
You should have something that looks like this :
4- Now, let's go to the more delicate step. Insert your crochet hook into the back strand of the last stitch of the row (the one just to the right of where we inserted just before), from the inside to the outside this time. It will be clearer with the photos. :
5- Then, bring the thread back through this strand using your crochet hook :
6- End up by pulling the loop with the crochet hook to undo it, as seen in the first step. Pull the thread a little and TADAM :