Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a 6 inch hole Christmas tree skirt with a never-ending Granny pattern
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How to Crochet a 6 Inch Hole Christmas Tree Skirt Part 4/4
Okay what we need to do next is that we need to lay this off flat because it’s getting bigger. We have to make sure that these are not twisting up at all so let’s lay this so flat because where we fasten this right here on the edge is going to determine if it’s going to be done right. So let’s lay this so flat okay so we know that and then just pick up the edge here. Put the material back in your hand. So we just finished the set of three where I ask you to stop
So now grab the material and instead what I want you to do like the first set of three there that you see is actually the chain up that we did and then the two double crochets. What I want you to do is pull them apart and you’ll see three and you’ll see the very first one and you want to go right in to the very first one. And then play the materials through two and two and put two more of those in there. And what we were doing is faking our first corner in order to create a never ending square and you must do this. Okay so were going to turn the corner so let’s turn up. So one and two and then going into the same—pull it apart and this is the only corner that’s going to be fit because once you go all the way around again you’ll never know where you started and stop because some of factors that there’s no clues unless you’re looking at the center point directly. So you’ve done your corner thing and now this is the only time you’ll ever see only two stitches in a row like this.
So what we want to do is we want it to pull it apart and see the gap right off to the first two that is your first gap and this is the only time that you’ll ever do this with the two in the gap because we’re faking the first corner. I’m hoping that I’m making that clear. So this is three done, so it chain one and so now you’re just going to pull this apart and every time you see a gap you’re going to add three to it. I call this the run way when we were working away across the flat area. There might be a technical word for it but I don’t know what it is. Okay so every time you see a gap you’re going to throw three double crochets in there and then chain one and this is where it gets so easy you can almost do a blind folded.
I’m going to take you to your first corner which just being in a couple of seconds here and then I’m going to leave you to the end of this project because now that you have got this part you will realize that its all child’s play going bored. I don’t need to go all the way around this on this video in order for you to actually see because now that you’ve done what you’ve done—and let me just go around this corner and I’ll just review.
So you got your corner piece there. You’re just going to stick it right in the corner like you have been—so you’ll stick three in the corner. You will chain two because we’re turning the corner just one and two and then going into the corner again for another three. You have to literally how to put six double crochets in the corner piece separated by two, double crochets in the middle.
Okay, so I’m going to leave you to that. So when you’re going all the way around now to see you’re going to just work your way through the gaps. You’re going to turn the corner and you’ll find the corner piece to those works your way. This—see how they’re not kind of even though they will even know they will even now at the wrong trust me and then when you get back to the starting point did you see that? It just looks the same as everything else the gap in the corner, so you just can keep going around and around and around and you’ll have a never ending squirt and you can change the colors at any time so be creative, enjoy.