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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And so what we’re going to do is grab your material and rotate it, again. Okay, so you really can start seeing that bump and this is the way fantastic. So now, what we’re going to do is we’re going to chain up four and then what it is that chain counts then as one of one pin wheels. Because now, we’re going to be working for the center point because this is—we have to create the center point half of it on the end. So this here becomes the center point of it. So what we need to do is chain up four, so one, two, three and four. Okay, so that count is one, so now just how you got three here you have to create three more.
So wrap and wrap, and going right into the center point, right there do you see that? And you want to put three at this in there. So pull through two and two and two, so there's no holding on your needle for this when we go over the top and we make the pin wheels like over the top. We’re like holding when we do it in the under side, so that’s two. So we want to match what was underneath. Okay, so what were doing is to see how they're double crocheting here. You want a double crochet over top those same stitches so wrap your material around going into the very next stitch. Okay, so what we’re going to do and see how this is going to fold down over the top, what we want to do is double crochet right over top of the last double crochet underneath.
So and then do it again over the next one there's three in a row, remember. Okay, wrapping your material, going into the next, okay. So you see how the double circle is finished on the outside and then this here matches which is perfect. And now what we want to do is we want to use the center point of the next full circle as your base points to put in seven triple crochets. So wrap and wrap, and into the middle center piece pulling it through two, two and two. So there is one, so you got it to have seven of this going into the exact same gap. And you’ll going to see that its going to pull open that middle circle on the interior where it’s grabbing but that’s not a big deal at all, it will settle down.
Okay, so there's three, five, okay you got six and now one more, so we want seven of this out of the center row. Okay, and what we want to do is, we want to double crochet right over where you see the next double crochet happening over the top of the next circle. So wrapping your material, do you see it right there? Just right there because that’s matching, so we double crochet right into the same spot. And we want to do three double crochets right in a row just like so. And you really start seeing the size of this circle, holy cow, this pattern actually comes from my brain one, two going into the center point again and were going to create another half pin wheel but going over top, like we just did. So we want seven of those babies too, bad boys. And one, two into—you know, what I should have been doing this to Jumbo One a long time ago, it would make your craft go on so much faster.
Look just in two lines you were going almost two inches per line isn’t that incredible. Like the blanket would not take any time at all. To wrap and wrap because we want seven in this in the gap, wrap and wrap. So we got six wrap and wrap, okay. And now what we want to do is now we got seven wrap your material and go into the next double crochet that’s over top of the line, do you see that. I know they're double crochet because there's three in a row, we know they're double crochet, three in a row.
Okay, so what were going to do now is that were going to wrap your material again twice wrap and wrap, and going into the next center point, right. So do you see it? It’s so obvious that’s just stick and know that here. So pull through two and two and two and we want another seven of this into that same spot. So wrap and wrap so there's one, two wrap and wrap, three wrap and wrap. Okay, wrap and wrap I tend not to count and as I go, I just kind of visually look at it and the longer you do the pattern, the quicker you can look at. And determine if there's seven or they're without, without counting too hard. So it’s fixed, this is the final one and to the center. And now, we want to put and just see how you see three double crochets there over the top of the line. So wrapping your material around and double crocheting into the other three that are on the top of that as their circle.
Okay and wrapping your material for the final. Okay, so now you come to the end and just see how you have three double crochet or triple crochets. You only can put three double crochets in there one, two. If you put more than that you're going to have your blanket doing a slant I get quite a few emails about slanting pin wheel stitching. So wrap and wrap and that’s because you need to follow what is underneath of the pattern. So if you’ve screwed up the pattern no big deal just make sure you keep screwing it up the same way.
Okay, so that’s it and so this is the final of three. So you got three down there and three there and what were going to do is color change. Again so grab your next color, that you wanted to change it to and in my case I'm only going to be doing two examples of the two colors. Okay, pulling it nice and tight. Pull the red nice and tight. Okay, so the pink nice and tight. And the red nice and tight, get you scissors and cut the red about the same length as where the pink strugglers holding.
See so the pink strugglers about that long, so red are about that long too. Pulling everything nice and tight, and there is your line complete, getting ready for the next line. So were going to just do pink and then over top. And that’s what we got so far and these things are massive in comparison to what you have behind you. And think about this is literally only four lines so far and look how much like by the size of my hand look how big it is, its perfect.