Mikey shows you how to crochet a granny square blanket that can be lengthened from baby size to adult size part 9/16.
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Okay so in order to start the next rotation we’re going chain up five so one, two, three, four and five. Okay. Going into the same corner piece that you see there and we’re going to do three double crochets right in a row. We have to jump over to the next corner so in order to jump like we did before we just did only chain one, and then we’re going to go right into the next corner. We’re going to do three double crochets right in a row again.
So we need to make that turn so we got the chain two, one and two and make that turn going into the same corner stitch, going into the same for three right in a row. So we’re working the corner piece so one more and then we’re going to jump and get the other corner that you see there. I’m going to put three right in a row and then jump two, one and two because we’re making that corner turn going into the same hole to make that corner turn.
Now these color stuff here, this is not as thick I'm noticing as the white was and I think that might matter that when you’re actually going to put a blanket together you can have a mixture of wool thicknesses and an action might be of merely a visual difference and obviously there are slightly difference too when you want on top of you.
So I guess in my case what I would be doing is that I want to store start it out and make sure that it is the same ply, and it’s the same thickness of material so that at least the thickness and the texture is consistent. We just have to turn the corner around obviously and my whole spool on there.
So we’re coming back to the starting of this piece here. We’re going to jump one and again this is the last one of the three that will be coming out soon. We’re going to stick on the needle right into the corner. We’re just going to only do two because I'm chaining a five that counts the final one and so you can either count from three, one, two and three or count back, two, one, two, pull back, and you’ll get it every time, pull back, pull through it out and pull it through there and the lock rotation is done. So you can really start to see this corner come in together. So let’s go on to your next round.