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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We’ve just finishing up our first line here that you can see so we’re going to come to the end just a couple more stitches. We are now at the very end here so what we’re going to is we’re going to turn the material. Just switch hands to do our next line and it gets so much more simpler the longer you go because it’s easier to hold so we’re going to chain up two, so one and two. We want to go into that and knot this one here because you’ve just gone up to. You want to go in to the next one right there. Do you see that? So once you get that first line established, do you see how easy that is? So the next one you see the hole is just right sitting in front of you waiting to be crocheted. Where’s the next hole? It’s right there. You see how this has got pulled up. This one has not so you can tell it’s the next stitch. You see the next one and if you’re looking at the top you can see the V shape top of the stitches. We’re going to the next one, going to the next one and pull through two. Did you see that? We grab the one instead of the two so that makes the tension different. So we’re going to turn it up a little bit so I can see both. Make sure you’ve got both on top. If you make a mistake it’s so easy to fix this crochet. So just keep going through. Now what I do too is I always put my finger in behind the actual stitch I’m going through just like so. How is it give direction to it and I’ve done this for like gazillion year. So my hand just automatically goes behind there and directs it without even you really seeing it. So now if only I grab the top two but I actually grab the one underneath so what I want to do is unwrap that and pull back and try again. There you go and because I’m using a multicolored string I can tell which doesn’t belong like yellow coming up like that shouldn’t have then brought my attention a lot faster. It’s been coming to the edge of my next line so what happened here is it’s not pulling out very nicely. That’s because I've got one string in a section piece of another which I don’t want. I’m going to pull a little and restart. It’s coming to the end so I’ve got one more stitch go right there and this is the end of that line. So we’re going to turn it and go backward again. Voila, pretty cool there.