Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a hunnie pot hat for a newborn baby or a large doll part 2/11.
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How to Crochet a Hunnie Pot Hat for Newborns Part 2/11
Okay what we need to do now is that we need to mark where we have started and these are called crochet markers. And you get specialized custom made markers at FirestormCreations.com. And D over in Connecticut provides really reasonably price to crochet accessories.
So, we what to mark where we are on here so this is the last stitch that we where just in. we want to mark that because then we know every time we pass this particular marker, we know how many times we’ve gone around.
So to start the next roll, you’re going to see that there’s kind of big gap here and what we want to do is kind of pull it together. So, we’re going to be double half double crocheting. So grab you’re material and going into the first stitch.
Okay. And what we’re going to do is— you always see it in crochet that there are two loops. Okay and we don’t refer them as loops, we called them a stitch but it’s actually made up of two strings. So when you look at this, the furthest one away from you or closest to the hook is the back loop and the one closest to this hand. Your moving hand is you’re front loop.
So it’s your front loop and your back loop and the secret to this particular honey pot hat to create those lines that you see there. We’re working in the back loops. So going into the very first one, we put the half double crochet only going into the back loop and this will be the start out creating that line and then pulling up through your material and going in.
And what we want to do for this whole— see how that just pulled everything in a circle? And what we want to do with this particular round is that we want to put two half double crochets into every stitch. Okay so we just got two into there. So, let’s go to the next one. Okay just into the back loop only and we’re going to put two half double crochets in, okay the back loop only for two, one and two.
Okay back loop only and we’re just basically when we know we’ve got all away round we hit that crochet marker right. So its pretty simple stuff, if you do not hit the back loops properly. You’re going to notice that on this pattern that you may have grabbed both of the same time. And what’s going to happen that you see how the lines are going all the way around nicely.
You’re going to notice that your line will suddenly disappear if you decided to graph both loops. Accidentally, during any point of this project but don’t let me discourage you by saying that you is just something that you need to watch for with this particular pattern and its something I want to my hats that I'm not showing you here today is that I actually did that and you could see twice that I missed getting the back loop. And just because I was watching TV in the dark using black material.
And the black material was kind of hiding in anyway but no excuses. I was being bad when I need to spanking for that. So we’re still doing two half double crochets into each one and what we want to do is— we’re on our last one now or the crochet marker is started to last one to pull the crochet marker out and put your two into that one.
And then put your crochet marker back into the in there, so you know where that is. So back in, so you know where that is and now you’re going to see it like a snail show happening and this is because we’re going to work in a spiral. So that we don’t interrupt these beautiful lines that we’re creating, so lets move on to your next video.