Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a dish cloth that our crochet expert learned from a girls guide girl
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So I just finish line number one. So let’s start line number two as you want to chain up to. So one and two and then what we want to do is we want to start going across so I’m just doing a simple double crochet. So I chained up two so now I’m going to go in on the third available stitch and pull through two and pull through two. So going to the very next stitch and do you see where the next stitch is? Then if you don’t do it nice so the next stitches are right there so let’s wrap it around and go through that hole. Pull through so now you got three on there so you want to put through two so let’s go to the next hole. Do you see where it is? No, it’s not that one. It’s this one right here. Pull two and pull three two so let’s go find the next hole to push it in. Now if you’re going to the hole you’re always going to make that there are two strings on the top and one on the bottom, so two on top and one on the bottom. So we’re going to pull through that there you go three laps and pull through two and pull through two back stitch. Do you see where it is? That’s right there so if you’ve already pull through this one that is it’s so big so you're going to go the next stitch. We end up with two strings on the top like you see and one on the bottom. Pull through two and pull through two. Now this project is great girl’s guide project because it doesn’t take very long to do. It’s very, very simple. It’s pretty managed as you see it there. But once you get the basic idea of crochet it’s just your imagination and your will power and how much you want to change your patterns up for your next project. This is going to keep going along and for those who want to go the next line I guess you could end this video here. You know I keep this going for those who are following along. Now this material is $1.59 so basically you're making with this whole bottle of wall, you’re making wash cloth for only $1.59 and they are quite it’s handmade so it has a personal touch through it if you decided to give it away or make it for somebody. Now a girl that I learned about this material actually I knew how to crochet already but she started off and it was really loosen parts and tight others and it had been quite work but you know what? It’s not a big deal. It’s a wash cloth and very good to kind of try to learn it. Okay, where coming to the end of our first line and just a few more stitches, a pull through two and a pull through two. Now I’m kind of screwed up there and I want to show you what I’ve done here. So here I didn’t actually put it through properly. Do you see this un-ruffle it and just start again and try it again. What I did is I just did it again. I don’t want to I want to make sure that I’m grabbing the string as a whole not just going to the string is separating a little bit so I want to make sure go into the full string and not just in the middle of the string. It looks like a little okay now but then you know it will loosen in the washing machine and a lot of damage. We’re almost at the edge. I’ll stop the video here and go to the next line.