Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to crochet a cross cable pattern part 4/4.
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How to Crochet a Cross Cable Pattern Part 4/4
Okay so we’re going to start now with our next line in we’re coming back across so we’re going to cable over the top, so just like we like just turned it around so we’re now we’re going to chain up three is normal because we double crocheting, so one, two and three. Looking at your material underneath, see this is the first post so you see it’s a mine you’re not and you’re going to comment the stitch that’s next beside it for a double crochet.
And this is the great thing wants you get your first cabling line done it’s very obvious where you k your needles and you know where to stick it, right. So we’re going to wrap the material around and we’re going to just grab it to this next one by the post only and if you notice here it’s kind of looking different and that’s because we grab it by the post from the other side if you look.
So we’re grabbing it from the post from the front side so it’s facing you therefore it’s considered the front side and the next one we are going to be double crocheting from just into the regular stitch and we wrap you and pull through for a double and now we are over top the cabling and it’s obvious that you can do that. So what you’re going to do is you’re just going to wrap and wrap, this is a triple crochet and you’re going to skip over the first three which makes a total sense right and come down the opposite three. So one, two, three.
So, you’re going into the fourth available one for a triple crochet and you’ve got a two, two and two, wrap and wrap going to the next available stitch, going triple crochet again, wrap and wrap and we want three of this going in one direction and now the next three will be in the opposite direction coming backward.
So wrap and wrap using your thumb and pushing this material back and behind, looking for the very first stitch and you’re triple crocheting like you did it before, so there’s no changes in the patterning and all. So wrap and wrap using your finger to stabilize the material on the hook going for the next stitch two, two and two and wrap and wrap going into the next stitch and you might want to double check it to make—I don’t think I screwed up but if you pull it apart you’ll see a stitch if you missed it but you can’s see anything. So then we have to stabilize this with the double crochet so it’s in the next—this is where it’s coming down and attaching so it’s the very next stitch for a double crochet only and now you can obviously see the next one is the front post double crochet from before so we’re going to front post it again so coming in through the front, grabbing it coming back out, grabbing the material and pulling it and that gives a texture in between the massive cross sectional stuff.
So the next one then will be your double crochet, and now we are going to do the cross sectional again for the final time on this particular sample piece. So wrap and wrap, looking for the fourth and it’s just very obvious it’s just the one that is going in the opposite direction so it’s basically the forth one over so one, two, three, four so pull through, two , two and two and wrap and wrap and wrap going it into the next available and you can see my speeds picking up because I think you’re getting the hang of it. So wrap and wrap and now we’re going to use your finger and thumb stabilize it on your hook and going into the first available stitch, and that’s why I showed you on the white board a little earlier on what it means to go backward because it’s really difficult to see that from the camera angle view because there are so many—there’s a lot of string to work with.
Two, two and two and wrap and wrap and it’s the final stitch and we are going to be finishing up this line so remember the group that keeps it in 24, so let’s stabilize this cross sectional with a double crochet into the very next stitch and then looking at it you see how the next one it looks weird that’s because it’s a front post crochet from the other side so we’re going to front post it from this side and then the remainder is just double crochet. And that is how you do cabling and this is the cross cable stitches and that’s about it.
So this is kind of good, really a three-dimensional effect you can see so. I will necessarily do that in pink but it’s pretty awesome if you can get the right coloring and the right project for this.