Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a simple baby sweater Part 9/28.
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How to Crochet a Simple Baby Sweater Part 9/28
So turn your material and now let’s chain up three again and this will be the last line we do like this. So it’s just chaining. So this is line number six and it gets interesting within this point forward because then, we start to fold this material like I told you in the whiteboard demonstration that we get to a certain point where we actually unfold. And this is kind of exciting because you really start to see your pattern take shape. Because it’s a baby sweater, this is not a long project.
Okay, and the gap is next, so into the gap. Because I’m working with one material this time instead of two, you really do see the patterning a lot better than you would on the two lines like the gaps in between the edging. You can kind of see it there but it’s not very as clear as it is here. And it all depends on what you’re looking for against the warmth. Okay, I’m working our way along.
We’re now working way along the back of this sweater. This is line number six. That was a gap so double crochet it. And this is line number six. I’m going to get to a certain point where I’m going to just set you loose and get you to do. And what we’re going to do is I’m going to show you how this is folded and attach it. And basically, from that point to the bottom of the sweater, it’s exactly identical. You just got to work your way down, and there’s no point to need filming all those lines to go down. It’s not that many but there’s no point to be filming that because it’s just the same lines over and over and over with no variation. Besides, it gives a chance on my cereal, for breakfast and allows my camera to recharge so I can continue along. So that was a gap, chain one gap. And then continue along to the edge.
And that is the end of line number six. So there you go. So this is what it will look like. So there is the back of the sweater there. Okay, so that’s what we got.