Mikey shows you how to crochet a never ending granny square blanket by without slip stitching part 2/3.
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How to Crochet a Blanket without Slip Stitching Part 2/3
We are going to chain five now so let’s grab the material and just pull it through so one, two, three, four and five. So you notice I never moved my finger and my thumb from the center point of this actual circle and the reason for that is that I want to know where it is and that yu see is a way to do it as not to let it go. So we want put a glimpse of three double crochet in a row. So what we are going to do is you are going to grab your material just like so grab it and then moving your thumb out of the way to reveal the center of the circle. This is the straggler part so we want to put that over the top as it fastens it into plates pull it through. So now, you have three strings left on your hook so you just going to put through two and then through two. So what as they said, we wanted to three groups of - sorry we wanted due groups of three so this is number one, grab in your material again going into the center point pulling it through. Just I was holding the straggler to lose has in place so that it traps it in so two, two, two and two. Grab in your material into the center point pulling it through and then through two and then two.
Okay, so this is considered one side of your actual crochet so we want to create the corner in order to do a corner. We need to chain always no matter where you are in the circle; you are always going to chain it for. So one, two, three, and four so we need now want to create another group of three in a row so I’ll just grab it on your material around and going into the same center point that you would just allow a few stitches in. holding your straggler in the position, so it traps it in there so going in, pulling it through pull through two, and two. Grabbing it again, pull through two and two. You now have three groups now. You can start to see the squares actually forming. So now, we are going to turn the corner again so we are now to chain for one, two, three and four.
Now, what we are going to do is got to create another group of three. So ne are wrapping your material around going into the center point pull through. I'll make two, and then two. Grab in you material again going into the center pull through, pull through two and two and I grab in here again. Pull through, two and two. Okay, we are now going to create another corner so we have 10 chains for one, two, three and four. Okay, this will be the final of this rotation. I'm holding the straggler in the position and we are going to go back into the center point for only two in a row this time and this is the final coming around. So grabbing in and pull through, pull through two, and then pull through two and grabbing it in pull through two and two.
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