Follow Mikey's crochet tutorial to form a jagged chevron that can be used in crocheted blankets or scarves part 4/5.
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Now, you're going to turn your material and what we’re going to do is just chain up one, like we did and just grabbing your material into the exact same hole where you’ve just chained that off and for two half double crochets. Okay, so now what's going to happened here is now do you see the center point its actually right there so what were going to be doing is every time we get to the bottom of the chevron were just going to jump over and this is probably the simpler one of the all of them. So in every stitch you're just going to put in the half double crochet until you see the very middle one of where we did it to the chevron.
And what you're going to do is you're just going to jump over it. And so that was half double crochet, so there is the middle so you just half double—you skip that hole and go right into the next one and so it’s the bottom. And it causes that to bend on its own. So now let's see how it did that. Let's see and now were not worried about that. So now, what we’re going to do is we got to look for the top and you see that the three are joined together right at the top there, hopefully you can see that. And so the middle one then become this center point of the chevron at the very chevron, at the very center point you're going to put three right in the very top.
So you just keep half double crocheting along the edge until you get to the very middle one of the three. And when you're at the very middle just add an extra two. Okay, so the next one is actually the middle of it, towards you're going to put three in that that same stitch. Oops, I missed. So were going to put three in that same stitch that wasn’t directly in the middle and now were going to come down and work you way down the other side. And so when we get to the bottom of the chevron you just look for it and wherever the middle one is you just jump over it.
And again I find this is the most simplest chevron one that there is. Okay, so you're next stitch is right in the middle. So we want to jump over that, so just grab your material. Skip over that hole that stitch and go to the next one. Okay, so we’re just going to half double on crochet, we’re now coming to the end of the line. So just keep working your way up at the end of the line and as soon as you get to the last section what you're going to do is you're going to put in two and that will help keep it, the edge flat. So there is your next line so far.