Mikey shows you how to crochet a granny square blanket that can be lengthened from baby size to adult size part 6/16.
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Okay so just like before, we’re now on the corner. We’re going to work one more round up before we do a color change. So let’s go one, two, three, four, five. Okay, going into the same corner for three right in the rope. And now we’re ready to jump it, remember? Just chain one and then jump into the next hole. You can do a whole blanket like this, if you really like this concept. You can do a whole blanket like this. It does not have to be a granny’s square blanket, all the power to you.
And because as you can see you just got to follow it along and it’s a very clean line looking blanket so like a stitch sew if you’re looking good. Let me jump now going to the edge with three rates in a row. And now we’re going to arc around the corner so we want to change to one and two, and then we’re going to use straight rate in a row into the same hole in order to make this blanket turn.
And now with the granny’s stitch for those who are still with me. The granny stitch, what’s going to happen now is that you’re going to want to make every square the exact same size because when it comes to joining me stings together. If they’re not the same size you’re going to have a blanket that looks pretty warp and you’re going to be like “Oh my God, it looks like crap. Michael, what did I do?”
We’re coming up to the next corner and remember jumping over hole one, just one chain. Now working on the corner piece, I've done a whole blanket just with this stitch before and I tied. It falls out along so fast because of the holes on it.
Some people like holes for design, other people do not like holes. I think my biggest complain about putting holes like this in a blanket are that the kids and they’re putting their toes and fingers through it when they’re sitting on the couch and it’s a good way of really wrecking your project. It kind of drives me nuts.
Remember to tie and go to jump to next hole with just one chain then two chains while we’re doing a turning for the corners. This would be your final rotation about this color because in the granny’s square, what makes that look granny’s square is that you actually have a solid color that make the square standard and actually separate from each other, and that is what is key in the next rotation. That’s what I'm going to be showing you in just few minutes. Okay, we’re done in our turn so we’re just jumping over hole one.
Okay, now we’re coming up to the last part of this rotation and you can see that over my thunder in the next hole coming up that as we did chaining of five. So we can jump over for one and remember just help you for just chaining of five is the part of the section so just go range for corner, grab your material, point through and you’re going to do two in a row, and this is where you're going to change. So what we’re going to down is that we need start changing our color and what we’re going to do is we’re going to do it right here. So I decided that it’s going to be a little girl’s blanket like we’re beginning.
So you’re going to grab your next piece of material right here. We’re going to slip stitches. So you’d remember how I said you can either count for three so one, two and three, we count back two, refine it and grab your next color going through which I'm going to make the pink all the way through the blanket as being part of the stitch the hole together. So I've just kind of loop it here and the white, I'm kind of dropping off the face in the Earth.
What we want to do is that we want to hold the colors nice and tight and we’re going to now cut the white piece. Do you know the saying not tight, I'm just cutting it. So now I'm going to put everything nice and tight and these two things I call the stragglers and now this rotation, what we’re going to do is using the pink we’re going to chain up five so one, two, three, four and five. I should stop right here and restart this video.