Having decided to tackle a trickier knitting project (sheldon the turtle: http://knitty.com/ISSUEwinter06/PATTsheldon.html)
I am having a little difficulty knowing how to crochet around the edge of the piece I have just made, in order to make it into a bowl shape.
Row 37 [RS]: BO all sts.
[I] Insert crochet hook into last st and work single crochet along edge of piece to the first leg hole; fold piece so that corners of leg hole meet, and continue to work single crochet around edge of piece, joining corners of remaining leg holes in the same way. You will have a little bowl-shaped piece of knitting with four leg holes.
Work a second round of single crochet, break yarn, draw through last st and pull tight. Weave in end on WS.
[/I]I have attempted crochet before, which I just about managed (that's a WHOLE other story) but I'm not sure where to start with this. Do I make a loop on the crochet hook and then just stick it through the edge and crochet like that... I'm a little confused!
Any help would be much appreciated, thank you!
(x-posted in crochet forum)