Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create your own happy yellow flower part 5/11.
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We’re going on to the next section. We want to do a slip knot but we need to get you another ball of wool. Now, I'm not really sure this orange is going to be enough, well this is actually absorbs a lot of wool but I'm going to take a risk anyway.
So what we need to do is that we're going to do a color chain and without showing any ugly knots we’re going to do our slip knotting so we’re going to just stick it in to the very first one, okay. We're going to put our next color leaving some extra leftover. We're going to pull it through that hole and we're going to pull it through the other hole and what we want to do—I'm going to pull a little more of this orange because I want to make sure it does lock in the place because it just hold itself right. And now the green is just done so we’re going to cut them both to the same length.
Okay, so now we've just done a color change so what we need to do—oh, you know when they did I accidentally cut the extra orange off by accident so let's grab more orange pull it through those two holes again just like so. So I already cut the other green so I'm not to worry but that again just pull the green nice and tight though.
Okay, so what I want to do is I want to just make sure that when I'm going around on the top color that I just lay this on the top line so it locks it in the place. So now, we’re going to start our orange and what we need to do is we need to go all the way around on the existing stitches with just a single stitch. So we’re going to just grab the one that you're working with the orange leave the other orange and green on top these at the cut pieces. And now you're just going to actually do single stitches into the existing stitches that are available. So I'm just going to lay this on top so we captured and trap it in.
So that is one stitch. Okay, so I want to change this where it location, so I'm just looking for the next stitch is right there. Okay and the next stitch is right there so easy to see, it may not be easy to see in this video. But I'm purposely laying these two loose strings on the very top just like so because it’s trapping that into—get in there look it up, okay.
So I'm just doing single stitches on top of the existing stitches that we’re leftover from the green. And I'm going all the around.
Now these two pieces that are leftover I'm just going to cut those when I am finalizing my project, so we’re just going to keep going around.
And obviously you can tell when you get back to the starting point because you run back into the orange.
So we got one left here so where we started. Okay and what we want to do is we want to slip knot, so we're going to slip it in to the first one grab your material pull through that hole and then pull through the hole. So we need to go another round of orange so what we need to do is stop this video and I go on to the next part.