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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So what were going to do is grab your material, okay I'm holding the strugglers into my thumb and fingers so that I don’t loose them. So everything remains nice and tight. So now, what were doing is we’re completing the underside of the actual blanket. Now, here do you remember that we only did one. See this is the very top of the actual circle right? And if you remember here that we only did one double crochet up, so then you have to repeat that. So whatever you’ve done down here you have to do it up there? Or you end up with a slant. So what were going to do to double crochet? So you have to chain up three, so one, two and three, okay.
So that counts as your one, right? So what we want to do is want to start doing the half pin wheel again but on the upside down just like you did over here that’s upside down. It does this over the top, so we want to go upside down underneath into this spot here. Okay, so what we’re going to do is triple crochet, so one, two and holding your strugglers go into the very next stitch. Okay, there's going to be a lot of strings here when you start off but it, you do get used to it, so two and two and hold, right. So you wanted to hold on that, okay. So what we want to do is wrap and wrap and going into the next stitch including your strugglers in the top on the line. So it traps it into the position two and two and hold. And you were doing a full upside down semicircle. So you're going to want the full eight, left on your hook.
So wrap and wrap, keep trapping your strugglers until you can't trap them anymore. So you're going to have five wrap and wrap. Okay, wrap and wrap. Okay, so you got four and seven. So I’ll use my finger there to separate the four out. So you can just quickly count four, so now I got an eight. So grabbing your material, going underneath, pulling it through all eight and then chain four, one, two, three and four and what we want to do, is now we want to double crochet three in a row on the top of this red circle there.
So wrapping your material going in. Okay, so its one wrapping your material going into the next spot, wrapping your material going into the next spot. Okay, so now we’re going to triple crochet and start the underside of the circle again in between the two red circles. So wrap and wrap going into the very next stitch, pulls those two and two, wrap and wrap and you want to keep doing this until you get eight on your stitch. Wrap and wrap, wrap and wrap well eight on your hook, I should attend. Okay, wrap and wrap. Okay, you see got five, six wrap and wrap. Okay, and wrap and wrap and these is the final one. So there is all eight on your hook right now. So grabbing your material pulling it through all eight and now that is chain four. So one, two, three and four, and then were going to put two just like we did over here, two double crochets its right over the top of the other circle.
Sorry, three double crochets, I apologize. Wrapping and that’s the third one, so you now you want to start the underside of the circle again. So wrap and wrap, okay and then hold, wrap and wrap until you get another eight on your hook. Wrap and wrap, wrap and wrap, wrap and wrap, wrap and wrap and you see you got seven wrap and wrap, okay and so you got all eight. Now, grab in your material pulls through all eight. And it should just slide through if you done it right, pulling it through one, two, three and four.
Okay and now, we’re going to double crochet three in a row again on the top of the other circle coming up. Just like so, this blanket is so much softer than that one just because it’s so big. Okay, so you got another full circle here to go full semicircle underneath, looking at the pattern so wrap and wrap, going into the next stitch and hold and you want to do another eight on your hook. Wrap and wrap, wrap and wrap, wrap and wrap, wrap and wrap, wrap and wrap okay so you got all eight and then see if you have stuff leftover on the red which is we’re eight.
So pulling it through all eight and then chain four, one, two, three and four and what we want to do just like down here just to see how we put, see the others down there like there's a chain. So there should be one and two which is right just like there's one and two. So we’re going to put two double crochets in a row just like we did underneath. So whatever you’ve done underneath you need to do over the top. To prevent it from being out of the line, okay. So there is a row, so there's one, two, three, four and five. So this, this is end of the row number five. So we’re going to go to number six next.