Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a pineapple shape part 9/12.
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Turning our material again and we’re really straighten out this pattern down, we’re more than half way so lets chain up our three again. So one, two, and three going into that same spot and were going to create two double crochets in there. And with that chain it makes it three. So now we’ve done two chains here free, three chains here free, four chains so now we’re actually do our fifth or five chains. So one, two, three, four and five, so looking at it, see how it’s reaching all the way over. So our next section right here because we have to leave that empty is right there, did you see that? So one, two, and three; so whenever you’re working on a pineapple its three stitches in between. And then one, two, and three, and now looking at it I have nowhere else to go because I fastened it into that hole, and that’s my next section going to cross.
So just how we did five chains over here, we need to meet the five to go into the center. So one, two, three, four, five; double crochet into the center point into the split, did you see that? So that was one, and two, lets create the split by putting a chain and going in for another two. So what we’re going to need, down to this chain five; so one, two, three, four and five. And looking over, see when you do maintain that gap, so your first one is the second gap over. I think that’s may be the easiest way to explain it isn’t it? So one, two, three into the next pineapple gap, and one, two, and three into the next pineapple gap, and I’m looking at it. I got no more gaps other than the edge, so let’s chain over five; one, two, three, four, and five. Then we’re going to double crochet into the edge section, put three double crochets. So that’s your next line completed that can pretty work isn’t it? But you can actually start to see your pineapple starting to really form now and your pineapples will be done in the next line.