Follow Mikey's crochet tutorial to form a jagged chevron that can be used in crocheted blankets or scarves part 5/5.
Tags:Crochet a Jagged Chevron Part 5/5,crochet blankets,crochet ideas,crochet jagged chevron,crochet lessons,handicrafts,mikeyssmail,zigzag crochet stitching pattern
Grab video code:
To rotating a material again just chaining up one, putting half double crochet and two the end piece like we did before, so you just look at it and see where the bottom is and you just keep putting half double crochets in. Okay, look for the middle piece of that chevron so we know to jump over it. So the next one is actually the middle, so we're going to jump over it and go into the very next stitch. And now we're going to work our way back up to the other side. And again we're looking for the top section of the chevron. And when you get into the top and the middle three of the one that’s on the bottom, so where is it? So the next stitch then is the very top, so we're going to put in three inch that hole one, two and three.
Okay, now we're working down the other side. So as soon as we see the very middle bottom piece and then we jump over it, kind of start coming back up the other side, I've done all hole scarf’s like this and it's actually not bad. So okay, so the very next hole that we have here is the middle section, so we want to jump over that and just work our way back up the other side and as soon as we get to the top of the other side we're going to put an extra two at the very end. Which will then help make it flat, okay and this is the last one so I'm putting in extra one in there. So you can really start seeing that taking effect and on the edges are also flat. Which means that we're doing it right.