Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a baby cap part 4/13.
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So, what we need to do is now we need to half-double crochet into each one of the outside stitches. Hopefully, you can see that from my camera angle that I am looking out, the monitor I can’t actually tell if you can see what I can see. So one and two, so we’re going to chain up. Okay. And we’re going to go into the exact same hole because we’re going to put two half crochets in each hole. So, this counts as one. So, wrap your material around, go into that hole, pull it out, you have three left and pull through out three. So, that counts as one, so there is two.
So, what we can just do is that you don’t really need to count. At this point, you just got to make sure you put two half-double crochets into each stitch around the edge. The next one, put two inch half-double crochets in there and half-double crochets in both so refer to HDC if you’re ever confused about that. And then never I have ever done half-double crochets until this project and you know what, I kind of like it. It’s an extra step of how we’re going grab two and then two and then two but because it is smaller, you’d have to do more if you’re doing a blanket. Like smaller as in height wise. So, I'm just going around, put into half-double crochets into each hole. And you can obviously tell where I’ve started and where I haven’t, can’t you, right? So basically, when you run out the holes and you’ve put two in each one, you know you’ve come full circle. And I like this project for that, that you didn’t really have to worry about trying to find the starting points.
So, this is the last one. Okay. And so, what we’re going to do is slip stitch it. So, right in the top, see how you see there. Grab your material and pull through that hole and that hole and that’s your next circle completed.