To work in the round, first of all you need a centre ring, into which the first round of stitches are worked into. There are many ways to do this, but for this example, we are first making a chain of four stitches.
Next, slip-stitch into the first chain you made to create a centre ring.
We are creating treble stitches again, so next up we make a chain of three for the turning chain.
The stitches are then worked directly into the centre ring – not into the actual chain stitches themselves as we did when working into a row. This allows us to work many more stitches into the ring, without leaving a large hole in the centre