Mikey shows you how to crochet a granny square blanket that can be lengthened from baby size to adult size part 15/16.
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Okay, so we have got our needle in the corner stitching and so we are just going to grab this pink here. Okay. We are just going to leave a little bit extra so we are just going to bring it through like so, okay. So, what we are going to want to do now is using both of these materials, see they are both stragglers, grab them both and pull them through the very first stitch and that will lock that into position. Okay, so there you go. So basically none, you just have to go onto the next stitch on this one here, on this side, okay and then the next stitch on this side.
Am I making this look complicated? Okay. And just using the one string just like you would, you can—this is option number one and we are going to slip stitch it so instead of doing any extra stitches, we are just going to grab it and pull it all the way through. We are going to pull it through the one square, if I can do it. So, I got it and then we are going to pull it through the other square.
So then, just stick your needle into the next stitch on this one and to the next stitch on this one, grabbing your material and pulling it through again. Okay and going right into the next stitch, going into the next stitch on this side, grabbing your material and pulling it through. Okay and going into the next stitch on this side and going into the next stitch on this side, pulling it through, remember this? So then, going into the next stitch on this side and on this side pulling it through and this is a slip stitch, so what is happening here is that you are fusing them together as if you were using a sewing machine because you are not making up any ridges to show that how the pink are being attached, they just are. Do you see that? Going into the next stitch, to the next stitch, the side, grabbing your material and pulling it through, okay the next stitch.
And you know what, because there is a gap, you can just go right underneath the gap if you felt comfortable with that. You do not necessarily have to go into the stitch if you do not want to like when there is a gap in between. Okay, going into the next stitch, next stitch on this side, okay next stitch, next stitch. It just happens to be that gap just like so. You just pull it through there if you want to and then the next stitch and the next stitch, going into the next. And do you see why you did now pink around the each of the edges? Because the pink is a solid color that fuses everything together, so you can do it like a blue or a black or green, it is up to your imagination.
So, once you get all your squares done, so you just go down the one edge like this and then just lay out so you are going to basically have like lines and lines completed and then what you have to do then is just lie them down on the floor again or a tabletop and then just start working across. And if you did it right, if you did it right, you will know right at the end here, you see? And we did do it right because we got this one stitch left in it’s that corner and that corner, pulling it through and pulling it through, excuse me, I go in pulling it through there until that final and there you go. So, that is option number one in order to attach these together and that is permanently. So, you got the pink on this side, the pink on this side and then the pink running down right in the middle. Turn it over, look at that, isn’t that cool? So, that is option number one.