Follow this step by step tutorial to crochet a jumbo Catherine wheel stitch, also known as a jumbo pin wheel stitch part
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Okay, so the next line here were going to do is that we are going to chain one. So chain one and we are going to—sorry, chain two, one and two and I'm holding my finger at the starting point. So and you hold this, and what were going to do is we’re going to double crochet two stitches in a row. So that was one, okay and then another one. So wrapping around, sticking into the next stitch and the chain puling it through and that’s a double crochet.
So now, we are going to doing—instead of our doing our doubled crochet to create the half pin wheel because this is the bottom edge so we’re going to be creating like the sun shape coming up out of the horizon. So what were going to do, on the regular one we would have jumped over to the third one but this one were now going to jump to the four. And what were doing is we’re going to tripe crochet. So one and two so you can go wrap and wrap and I've been saying put it into the gap.
So put it into the fourth empty one. So one, two, three and four, okay, so what you want to do is pull through two and two and then two. Okay, so let's do it again wrap and wrap and you want seven of this into the exact same stitch, so two, two and two. And wrap and wrap and then to the same stitch and you want seven of this right into that same whole. Okay, so you can count you got three in there so wrap and wrap, keep going until you got seven into that same hole. And that to create that half inch shape. So wrap and wrap, two and two and two, right. So now you got five, so wrap and wrap into the same spot, one, two and three.
So now we got six, so wrap and wrap into the same spot, okay. So now, you got that. So now, what were going to do is that were going to immediately double crochet into the fourth empty spot. Just like how we skipped over three here. We’re skipping over three here, so one two and three and going immediately into the fourth. So pulling through for—and what we want to do is we going to put three double crochets in a row. So there is one, so going into the next stitch for a double crochet. Going into the next stitch for a double crochet for three in a row, okay, so let's do it again. So what were going to do is we’re going to create the half moon shape again.
So the half pin wheel, so wrap and wrap, okay skipping over into the fourth available one. So one, two, three and four, okay pulling it through. So pulling it through two, two and two, so we’re going to continue to go until we had seven in that same hole. So wrap and wrap and into the gap, same spot of it before. Okay, and wrap and wrap and into the same spot. Okay, and wrap and wrap to same spot. Okay, and wrap and wrap until you get seven of them. So you got five wrap and wrap. And by doing it in jumbo like this you're not it as dense as that other one that you see in the behind. So it will go a lot faster for you.
Okay, so we got three and four which equals to seven, so now we want to double crochet into the fourth available spot, okay. So that one, two, three and four, so double crochet. So that two and two, and we want three double crochets in a row so wrapping our material around into the next stitch, okay. And into the next stitch for the third one, okay. And now we’re going to do the half pin wheel again. Okay, so go wrapping your material around, so wrap and wrap. And you can skip over to the fourth one, two, three and four.
Okay and we want seven of this again into the same center point. Wrap and wrap into the gap. Okay and wrap and wrap, wrap and wrap okay, so there's five wrap and wrap, okay and so that’s six wrap and wrap going to the final its that hole. Okay, so what we want to do now is double crochet in to the fourth available spot, so one, two, three and four.
Okay and we want three double crochets in a row like before and so basically, no matte how long you made your chain you just keep going along and keeping the same pattern going along the way. And we know you're just coming to the end here for those in the center. We want to know how to finish it off. And there is just shrinkage factor that will happen as well, so let's go again. So wrap and wrap and going into the fourth. So one, two, three and four, okay and then we wrap and wrap and do seven more into that same hole.
So wrap and wrap, wrap and wrap, okay wrap and wrap, so you got five wrap and wrap, okay and wrap and wrap, so you have a six and now this is seven wrap and wrap. And what we’re going to do is double crochet right into the end piece. Number one, so just one double crochet and that’s it. Okay, so there is your first line done. And you can see that the pin wheel is always as much bigger already. So what we’re going to do, what we should do in actual fact let's back up one more, so let's go right to this point here before you pull through and what we want to do is we move on and add our second color in. What we’re going to do is we’re going to choose red, here. Okay, and so this is how you changed colors red here and here. Pulling everything nice and tight, and let's cut the pink. Let's cut the pink right there.