Mikey shows you how to crochet a granny square blanket that can be lengthened from baby size to adult size part 8/16.
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Okay so what we’ve just done now is we just finished our first granny’s square with the pink edging. So I’m now going to demonstrate the same square but in a color that if you want in multicolor that you see on lot of the granny square blankets. Then I would suggest using wool where the colors are actually changing all the time. So let’s start up the material. I’m going again with our first stitch and I am using a size k hook right here, and the Bernat wool that’s what I’m using a knot and that is available either at Wal-Mart, The Sellers or at Target.
So let’s chain hole like we did before. So these are one, so two, three and four. So then we would want to slip stitch into the first one. So put your needle in, grab your material pull through, using your finger they kind of pull it open in order to see that circle completely and continue to put through, and using your fingers, you're kind of holding that circle open.
So now what we’re going to do is we want to start our first rotation going around into the center. So now we’re going to chain up five so one, two, three, four and five. Okay, now we’re going to do a double crochet into the center of what created and using your finger you can find it really fast just stick it into the circle, and then just double crochet. So we’re going to do three of this in a row so that is one, two and three. Now a lot of people have a lot of difficulty when I show multicolored patterns like this now because I have done already one it shouldn’t be that big of deal.
So now we’re going to do our first corner turn. So let us chain to one and two going into the same circle to the center. I’m going to double crochet three in a row again. Once you get the principle down it does not matter what color to use. So now we’re going to be turning again the corner. You see how we’re making up so let’s turn the corner so one and two, going into the circle again for three right in a row. And let’s try again.
Okay, so you got the hole there so there are two. I missed my stitch so I kind of lost count in my mind. So we have in this corner the bottom piece is done so this piece is done. So now we’re just going to two again, another two, one and two, come around. Now that where we chained up our five that is count base to the third final stitch are going in, we’re going to two in a row, one and two. Okay, and now you can either count three, one, two and three or count back, one and two. Anyway you can do this slip stitches just like the stick in. Pull through and then pull it through that one just slip stitch. And therefore you have to start of your square even it is kind of harder to see, you know the colors are kind of craze-like. So that’s just the start of it.