Mikey shows you how to crochet a 5 stitch ruffle border for your crochet project.
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So, if you wanted just severe ruffle, what we’ve done is we’ve stacked it in there and we’ve chained up three. So, going into the same hole, what we’re going to do is we’re going to put five into each one of the stitches along the edge. So, these are five double crochets and every tutorial, I’m always using a size K. So, do you see how the one stitch has just expanded into five going into the next one?
We’re going to put five in the dot one too and this will cause severe ruffling that looks incredible depending on your application. It’s pretty nice in the outside of a blanket if you wanted to do that. It is a little bit of a yarn gobbler, it’s somebody sent to an e-mail. So, put in five and you see it’s already starting to really do a ruffling and then having really started doubling on stitch number three so this is three, four and five. So, do you see that? So, when you go to push a back up, you get a very severe ruffle. So, this is the five double crochet stitch ruffle effect. See, this keep going around your whole project doing it and that every stitch gets five and you can really start to see and take notice.