Okay, so what we want to do now is that we want to chain up three and work our way back over top the single line. Okay, so what we have to do is we have to chain up three.
So keeping finger, so this is the starting chain right here, do you see that? It’s right under that loop, how to start a chain, so I’d like to keep my finger there so I remember where it is. So we got to chain up three, so one two and three.
And the first line, we don’t have to worry about the ridge, we just have to get at started. So what we need to do is we need to start creating the wave, so what we have to do is then we’re going to be double crocheting into each spot and you see why were holding our fingers right here? That is the starting loop.
So what you want to do is you want to stick your needle into that loop. So now you’re going to have three sets of strings there so you got one two and this two accounts as one because it’s the stitch itself. You’re going to pull through there, pull through at two and two.
So then what we want to do now is that we want to go three double crochets in a row so let’s wrap your needle around going into the very next stitch. So pull through two and pull it through two and as I say we’re going to do three in a row, so that was one going into the next stitch, going to two and two and going to the next stitch. So we did that.
So now what we need to do is that we need—we’re actually looking at the this actual, where this blanket is right now, it should actually be going in the up position, alright but we haven’t establish that because we—our next line is going to make a difference or our next two stitches is going to make a deference. And people always ask me how do you decrease stitches, will this particular way I’m going to show is exactly how you do it and you’re doing that so that it would cause the material into a wave like so.
So what you’re going to do is you’re going to wrap your needle around going into the very next stitch. You’re going to pull through the material of that stitch. So now you got three left on, you’re just going to pull through two and hold the other two unto your needle.
And what we’re going to do now is we’re going to wrap and we’re going to the next stitch. So we’re going to wrap your material around and go into the very next stitch. Pull it through. And now I’m pulled through the first two only. So now what’s going to happen is you have three on board and do you see how this stitch this stitch and this stitch are all connected. Well when you go and connect these, it’s actually going to make it look like there’s two connected and that is what you need.
So what you’re going to do is grab your material and pull through all three at a one time. See, and then what that does is that makes these two stitches here stick together at the top. So what we need to do next is that we need to the exact same thing but for the next two stitches which causes the material to want to do it natural wave.
So warp your material around going into the stitch pulling it through, pull through two and then hold that on your needle. Now you want to go on to the very next stitch, so wrap your needle again. I’m going into the next stitch and then pulling two only, now you have three on board and so now you have to make it all as one. So you just grab your material and pull three on three. Do you see that? It’s creating a wave on its own, just like so.
So what we need to do now is that we go into three regular double crochets in a row again. So for the next stitches on the bottom line, there are just going to be three regular double crochets in a row. So here we go.
So now what we got to do is now we‘ve created the wave, see how it just doing on its own, we created the wane down so now we have work coming back to the top. So now we have to make the material bend down again. So the every next stitch what we’re going to do is you’re going to wrap your material going into the next stitch.
And this is, we’re going to double crochets as normal, so pull through pull through it two and two and now to create that wave we need to put another double crochet into that exact same hole. And what does is, is to put another stitch in there, so it pushes the top out. See how it’s kind a like a pin wheel, it’s kind of pinning at the, in the middle here and pushing this two out.
And then what we need to do go into the next stitch and do another regular double crochet in there. And we’re now coming down the other side, so we have to put another double crochet in to that same position. You see that? So now what we need to do is now three regular double crochets into the next three stitches and what we’re doing is now we’re coming down. So we’re going to point to three.
So now, we’ve come all the way down again, so now we have to create the wave to go back up. So you remember how to do that, so wrap your needle going into the next stitch, pushing it through and pulling it through. So now you have three on board, so now you’re only going to pull through the first two and hold it on there. Wrap in your material around going into the next stitch, pulling it through, pulling it through the first two and now we’re going to pull through all three. So that basically makes these two connect together into, so that its like this at the bottom like it how connected, do you see that? See how the two are connecting; we’re doing that same over here.
So now what we’re going o do in the next stitch we need to connect another two together so wrap, stick in the next stitch pulling it through, wrapping two only starting to bring and through two only so you’re going to hold this unto your hook. And then going into your the next hole, pulling it through pulling it through at two only and now we’ve want to connect them all together so we just wrap our material and pull through all three.
So now we’re coming to very edge, so what we got to do is that we’re actually, this is in a down point. So whatever we do on one side, so the other side is going down or you’re going up in this case so it’s coming down. So the other side it’s going to be like a W, that’s the exactly what you want, you want them to be like and like this.
So, we’re just going to work our way along and when we get to the very last stitch, so we’re just double crocheting to the rest of the stitches that are in the string and if you did you’re blanket much bigger then you’re just to keep the patterning going up and down just how showed you.
So this is the very last stitch and this is what the important of finishing it. If I never, if I leave that the way it is what’s going to happen here is that, it’s just going to make the blanket if it sitting flat, it’s going to make it go like this.
So what we have to do is in the very last stitch, we put one in we have to put another one in, we have to put two in that last one and that will make the edge, you know that would make the edge go up flat like that by putting in two and that makes a difference two in your chevron pieces. So this is the first line of that.