Mikey explains how to use the generic baby show sole crochet diagram.
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One thing that I've come to realized is that working with baby shoes is that the sole is almost, almost the same. For every different shoe’s that I've actually done here on You Tube it's always been the same. And we go and I'm running it to other patterns it's always the same. So it's best to understand how to do a shoe, now this picture that I have here, I have taken a photo at back of it and it is available in my Facebook Group called Mickey’s Mail on You Tube and the link for that is in my main page of Mickey’s Mail Account and you just have to paste the actual address into your address bar and fonder our You Tube or sort our Facebook Group.
Or you're going to start off, when you start off your crochet with your shoes, you’d always going to start off in the middle and right here and you’re going work your way down the chain and then you're going to come back. And what we have to realize is that there's a center point of the shoe. And that I hate projects where you have to count all the time and that are the biggest problem with this is that when I was starting to do the shoes in the very beginning I was missed counting, when I was coming back on the many different rows.
So we have one row, two, three, four and five. So we have five rows going around the shoe and if you loose count what happens is that the only type of the shoe that goes off in the wrong direction because it's not maintained the actual center line of your shoe. And what I come to realize is that you have to look beyond just the present moment. You have to look how your crochet is going to turn the circle. So I've done that for you, so when you're coming back and you're going to do your chain in here, you're going to come back and you're going to be doing your cycle stitches coming back on the third one before the end. Okay, is when you're going to start the different configuration, so you're going to put one half double crochet into the third loop that is left with at end. And then in the next one you're going to put two half double crochets into the same loop and then on the final—on the very hand you're going to put five and you see that.
And then in the next one you're going to put two half double crochets into the second loop. And then this one here is one half double crochet and then you start doing your single crochet all the way back until you come back around again. And there is something special at the very bottom of the shoe but that’s self explanatory. I think they have you add two single stitches to the bottom ones here, because that needs to also grow in a circle all the way around the bottom.
Now, when you're coming back around for your third row what's going to happened is that your—you no longer going to be doing any half double crochet you're just going to do single crochet. And what you need to look is, look for that center point and I would do it and when I do my example for you is that I'm going to put a center marker on this one here. And this is, you see, how you got five here. I'm going to put a center marker on the third one, which represents the central line of the actual craft. And what I want to do is when I come back, I hate to count it but if I miss count again on this row it's going to go on one way or another. So I want to look where the center point is and right where it starts to see how it's got two single crochets into the same one that is what you have to watch for.
So what I've done is that you need to count two, so looking back on the road before as you're coming around. You’ll notice that there are two available half double crochets and it's telling you to put two single crochets into the same one. So if you look at your project and you’ve got your center marker in, you're just going to look for the second—so you're going to count number one and two and it will be second available one and a half double crochet, where you put the two single crochets. And then you put one single crochet and on the very center point you're going to put two single crochets and that the same one and then one and then two inch in there and then you got to continue around, to go around again.
And when you come back a row and before, you're going to come back around again and you're going to be looking at it and you can either count it or you can look at the center line and count backward. And for example, in this one here the center line falls directly into the half point of where this two blues going to split off right. So you're going to count back and for the center line and chances are my center point will be in this one here. So I'm going to count back one, two and three. So and three is available changes where I'm going to put two single crochets in a row like right into the same hole, so at two single.
And then one single onto the next one and then this one here, right is going to get two singles and then the one right there is going to get one and this side of the line is getting up two into this and into this stitch. One into that stitch and then two into this stitch and then it say, well all the way around. Now to finish off your shoe to make a conclusion for your actual craft, what you're just going to go all the way around a single crochet but here’s the catch you need to go into the back loops only. And one on the back loops if you looked at a stitch, right.
And you could see consistent two strings, right and you're basically slide your needle in and what you're going to do instead of—and that stitch—so if you're working there and you're right here and if the loop that—and this are called loop, so the loop is closest to you is called the front loop and the loop that is farthest from your is the back loop. So you're going to stick your needle in, okay, not going under the first one but when under the second one. Okay and doing a single crochet and by doing that what you're doing is you're creating a line around your craft that allows the material to bend. Because what is going to happened now, ones you do this row and because you're not adding or subtracting any lines, it's going to cause your material to make and L shaped bend all the way around your shoe.
And this are, by working in the back loop, so it creates a beautiful line on the sole of your shoe but it also has a purpose too of allowing material to bend so through the bottom of your sole. So if you want this to have graph because I like diagrams in order to stitch crochet a lot better than I do, written direction. And go on to my Facebook Group and I will post this picture there for you and this is very simple. But ones you understand the center line, you're shoes are going to be going pretty good, you're just not to count them backward. So that’s what I would do.