Follow Mikey's crochet tutorial to form a raised ridge chevron that can be used in crocheted blankets or scarves part 5/5.
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How to Crochet a Raised Ridge Chevron Part 5/5
Okay you going to grab material and you’re going to turn around and that where going to start all over again, so we’re going to chain up three, so one two and three. So you’re going to wrap around and you’re going to go into the back side loop of the same stitch. You see we jump over that, stitching regular crochet but we want to purposely go into that one here because that creates two to be on the very edge which create the illusion, which it create it to be flat.
So now we’re just looking at your materials, this is where the two are joining right in the middle there, so there’s the middle there, so there’s the middle point. So you always want to live two, you can just like visualize this and just keep going down the back loops only just like we just did. We’re going down the back loops again and we’re always going to go down the back loops. To make this the ridge chevron stitch.
And basically, you can go based on visual right, so now you got two left before it goes back up the other side, do you see that. So we want to join those two together. So pull through, pull through two and then hold that on your hook going to the next to the back loop only. Pulling up through to and pulling up through all three to hold.
And I’m going in to the next one, and that goes to be there, going back up the other side and we’re joining it together and to go all three joining in together. So now, we’re just going to continue going up the other side to the back loops only, just the regular double crochets. And when we get to the top if you need to move your fingers in order to see it, if you get to the top of it and you’ll be able to say where it is.
The top of it is the very next one so we’re going to come into the back, you got to wrap your material first, use the back of that stitch and we’re at the very top of this side so we’re going to put our next and extra in there to cause it to one on turn and now we’re going down the other side, so were at the very top of the other side going down, so we’re going to put two in that stitch on the back loop only. Now we’re going to work our way down the loop, just doing regular double crochets.
So I’m looking at my material, this is the half way point there you can see how they are joining together with the one stitch on the top. So then I’m just looking for where there’s two left only before it changes to go in the other direction and it just happens to be the next one so I stick it through the back pulling it through two and holding going into the next pulling it through, pulling it through two and holding ad bring it in all three.
And because now I’m going up the other side, the first two have to be joined together and I bring it together and now we’re just going to do regular double crochets until we get to the very last stitch and on the very last stitch we’re going to put in extra on in there to create a flat side.
Okay that was the very last stitch so we’re going to put next one in there. So there you go and the more you do, like I did a bigger sample here than what you have here but it does settle down and it’s’ like you can really start really seeing the ridges, now really taking effect and really quite amazing. So that is a ridge, raised ridge chevron stitch.