Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a royal sunrise pattern part 4/8.
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How to Crochet a Royal Sunrise Pattern Part 4/8
Okay so let’s now turn your material and what you need now is you need to chain five and this line is really important. I actually screwed up in the example and I have to take it apart because I found a mistake, so chain five, one, two, three, four and five.
So what you want to do now is you want to put your first double crochet and grabbing it onto this line. Now you’re not going to right into the stitch. You’re just going to wrap your needle around. It’s a double crochet and just go underneath the whole thing. Do you see that? Pulling it through, pulling it through two and two, so that box is now covered so now we’re going to work in this box.
What we’re going to do is now we’re going to eight triple crochets right in a row so, wrap and wrap, putting it into that as a whole, so not into any stitch but just right into that box shaped hole. Pull through two, two and two so wrap and wrap into that same hole. So now you’re going to put eight of those triple crochets right into that box, one, two. Pulling it through, okay one and two, okay one and two so you got now five in there. You want eight, one, two and no shifting around in place like if you’ve got to squeeze those in there and when you’re squeezing them that’s what makes them want to that sunrise shape right.
So that’s exactly what you want so now you got seven, one, two wrap into the same hole through two and two. So now what you want to do is you want to secure this down into this box shape here. So wrap, going into this next box, pull through two and two. So now what you need to do is you need—because this gets bigger. Do you see like that? You need to create an extra five chains here so one, two, three, four and five. So we’re going to the next box then wrap going into the next box pulling it through two and two, so do you see that?
So now do you see on this side it how it goes right immediately like from this section? It goes right immediately into that sunrise. We need to do it now here again, so we’re going to be working in this box right here. So let’s put eight triple crochets in a row so one and two go in and jumping into the next box. Do you see that? You’re attached here so you want to go into this box here.
So we want to put eight triple crochets so wrap and wrap into the gap and pulling it through two and two. So wrap and wrap into that gap so that’s four. Okay one more and you know what? This thicker wool is so much better so I can already tell that. So what we want to do is we want to fasten this. Let’s see how it’s fastened in right here so it goes immediately right to there. We need to do it to the side as well.
So just wrap in your material around into this box and pulling it through, pulling it through two and two. So now what we need to do is chain five, one, two, three, four, five. So now we want to secure that into this box here the next one so wrap in your material around and going into that, pulling it through two and two. So now we want to start our last sunrise of this line and that will be in this box right here so, wrap and wrap and then we’re going to do eight. Wow! They sound amazing out there, one-two, one-two, one-two, one-two, okay so you got six, one-two, one-two.
Okay now this is the very last section so you have to pay attention on how you actually fasten this into place. So you’re going to just grab it and you’re going to double crochet it into this gap and it was your last gap right and see how you got the two single crochets or the double crochets that we did, that’s important. So it’s two and two, so now what we need to do is chain to one and two and now we need to triple crochet, so one and two and go right into the very end stitch. So pulling it through, pulling it through two, two and two and that will complete your line. So now you have three sunrises so far that you see. But you want to have more if you're doing a blanket or whatever you want to do but go with the thicker wool. You can already tells its pulling together nicely.