Mikey shows you how to crochet a puff stitch to make soft and cheap baby blankets part 4/5.
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Okay. So now, we’re slip stitching in this last section into the very top so do you know how we looped all six together just like we did here, like all six are combined right at that point there so every one of this has the same thing. So, what you want to do is look for words that are old and combined into where they were all pulled together with that one stitch okay, push it in, grab your material, pull through that hole into that hole. So then, you officially now have a full circle to start and this is extremely soft to work with and this will look slightly different than that because I use groups of four there. I should have actually used five. I kind of screwed up.
So, what we’re going to do now is that we’re going to chain up five so one, two, three, four, and five. So, we’ve now chained up five so what you want to do is you just wrap your material and do it double crochet and see how we chained up and see that’s the center point of where we came up from. We want to stick it right back into that hole. Okay, grabbing your material and now you’re going to see three lines on your needle just like so. So, you’re going to pull through two, and two. Okay. So now, what you want to do—so this is considered the corner piece but we’ll talk little more about that later so now what you want to do is you want to chain two, one, and two. And now, you want to put off another group, so these are groups of five together so you want to do that into the next big hole that you see right there so let’s put five in a row so you pull through two and hold, going into the same hole until you end up with six on your hook so you got five. Okay so you have six on there now so pushing up, grabbing your material, pulling it through so this is one, two, and three.
Okay, so now what we want to do is wrap your material around okay and we’re going to go right into the next big hole so this is the big group underneath it so we’re going to go to the next big hole and put another group of five. And so every time you’re doing a group that’s always in the group of five, so you’ll end up with six loops in your hook before you pull through. Okay. So, I got five okay and then pull through all six so one, two and three. So, this is now considered the corner section of what we’re doing. So, what we want to do is just wrap your material around and go right into the connecting point where all of this five were connected and that is right there, do you see that? Okay. So, we’re going to push in, pull through, pull through two only and then pull through two. And then what we want to is chain another two so one and two, going in to the same hole that you just put that another one into, pulling it through, through two and two and what we want to do is chain another two so one and two. Okay. So now, this is considered now one side of your square so now we’re working on the top section here so wrapping your material around going into the next big hole which is right beside where you put it into there okay.
And we want to do another puff of five. So, we’re just wrapping the material around, pulling it through two like we have been all along. Okay, so you got six on there, pull it through okay and then one, two and three, okay. Grabbing your material around and you’re going to jump into the next big hole. Okay. And you’re going to create another group of five. So, once you get this thing bigger, you’re going to see where the corners are a lot more evident than where they are right now because right now you are establishing your pattern because now you’ve gone from creating a circle to now creating a square. So, pull through all six, one, two and three so you just did two in a row here and see how this is the corner here. So, you did two so this next connecting point right there is the second corner that you’re creating so stick it right into the connecting point, pulling it through two and two and let’s chain another two so one and two, wrapping your material around going into the same point, two and two. And then chain another two, one and two and then wrap your material round and look for the next biggest hole which is right beside that connecting point for another puff stitch of five.
Okay, so you got six on there completely, two and three, wrapping your material around, going into the next hole, creating another puff stitch of five. Okay, pulling it through all six one and two and three. We are now on the next corner and the reason why I can tell that is because it is. You got your corner here so you’ve done two in a row. So, you just wrap your material and go right into the connecting point here. Once we get passed that circle, you’re going to see it a lot more clearly, one and two, going into the connecting point again, okay and then chain two, one and two. Okay. What we want to do is wrap your needle around, going right into the next hole which is right next to the connecting point, do you see that? Do five in a row again, holding it onto your needle until you got those six loops ready to pull through. Pulling through all and one, two, three, okay. And now jumping to the next biggest hole, okay, and you’re going to do another puff stitch.
Okay so you got six on there, pulling it together so one, two and three okay. And you were now back where you started so what you need to do is you need to just look at this and count up to the third one and just see how it’s kind of starting to turn right about that point right there that is exactly where you want to slip stitch it so just stick your needle in, grabbing your material, pulling it through and through this hole as well. And that is your next round. And because there are so many stacks together like this, it makes it cool and called puffy and that’s why it’s called a puff stitch. Okay, so let’s go on to your next line.