Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a Christmas wreath for the holiday season part 5/8.
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How to Crochet a Christmas Wreath Part 5/8
Okay, so in this example here, I have six stitches and those pretended is actually attached to the wire. And so what you’re going to do is when you comeback around, what’s going to happen is you’re coming this way and you’re going to run back into the actual line. And so what you just going to do if you’re just going to slip stitch it together and then when you get to this part you’re going to chain up three.
And what we want to do is that we want to add three double-crochets into every stitch. So the trouble—I'm sorry, the chain I just did count as one, this is number two and so we have triple-crochet. So I put three double-crochets in fairly stitch so there’s one stitch. The next one, let’s put three doubles on that one. Let’s put another double-crochet into the next one there. So wrap your material around, bring it through, bring it through two and then bring it through two, go into the same stitch where you just came out of, wrap your material around pull it through, do two and then do two same stitches for as the third. So you now get three in that one so you go to the next stitch and put three into the—
And do you notice something, what’s happening with my sample? It’s actually starting to bend around and the reason for that is that these three is causing it to push all the other stitches away from each other because there are so many stitches in the single. So you just kind of continue all the way around the wire. Now, I just did 16 or 6 stitches right that were in a single row and I had to do three per single so I’ve now turned 6 stitches into 18 stitches. And you see how it’s doing that bend like that? That’s because there are so many stitches in it so that’s example one. So if you were to straight that out onto an actual wire, see how it’s wanting their flex and bend like that, that’s exactly what is happening with my example here. It just wants to—it’s got too much material, it’s got nowhere to go so it wants to bunch up and let very random.