Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a hunnie pot hat for a prematurely born baby or a large doll part 3/11.
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So grab in the material, we are using a four-ply burnet or red heart wool at this time and we’re going to be using pink instead of the red.
We’re just going to wrap -- we’re going to started we’re using a G-size hook today or 4.5 millimeters, hopefully that’s G. And let’s just gets started so wrapping this string around your finger twice, taking it back over to forward, taking to forward back again, and then pushing up.
So we’re going to wrap it up around your hook and this is a little bit too long. A bit straggle but don’t worry about it, I'll just trim it later. So we’re going to do a chain of six and this is already counting as one. So let’s do, so two, three, four, five, and six.
And from this what we want to do is now create the circle. So what were going to do, stick our hook into the very first chain that we started, grabbing the material, pulling out through that one, and through the one that you were just through.
Now, I wish try to keep my finger -- my nasty finger and my thumb right in the center point of any circles that I create. It helps you being able to identify where it is. So, I recommend that you don’t take your finger off that point.
So let’s move along to the next line and were going to do 12-half double crochets. But there -- here’s the catch. We need to build up. So we need to chain up two, so chain up, one and two that counts as ½ double crochet. Now, there’s 11 more to go.
So just grab in your material. Okay, going into the very center point where you’re nasty finger is and you put the straggle over top of the hook and knot over there straggler into the position. So you’ll never see where it stops or starts. So grabbing your material, pulling it through the center of the circle and then pulling through all three. So that was considered one. This is half double crochet.
Let’s go again. So grabbing the material, going right into the center, grab in the material again pulling it through, and then pull through all three. That’s half double crochet. So let’s do that again. So grab the material, going to the center, pulling it through, going through all three. So were going to do this 12 times.
I’ve already started. Well, I’ve already lost counts so what I'm going to do is I'm just going to put in a whack in there, so a lot and when I get to certain amount. Then I'll stop and I'll do a mass of count at that time. So it’s probably easier if you count as you go but its hard if you got kids running around or whatever they excuse maybe.
Once you get to a certain point, you know the stragglers buried in there. So just grab in your scissors as you can trim that at anytime. Kind of looking around maybe behind the scenes of the camera to see if I can find my scissors and of course I can’t. So I have to trim that later.
So let’s say I give this thing a count, see how far we’ve come. So this is the one that’s the first. So then this is the first, so then two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten and then two more, and a little whack on, so this is 12.
Now what we want to do is that in this particular example that were going to do, were going to continue go around in complete circles. So what were going to do now is that were not going to slip stitch at all, we’re just going to over top in the next area. But what we need to do at this point is mark where we are, okay. On the actual -- our diameter and you can use crochet markers that might have provided generously by firestormcreations.com.
You can just clip those babies onto there and we just need one. So, let us clip our coffee bean on and so we need to know where the start and the stopping of the circles will be. So my angle working today is awkward as I always say that going over that table is kind of tough. So, we’re just going to clip that on, so there is the start and the stop of my circle. So let’s stop this video and were going to move on to the next.