Mikey shows you how to crochet a thick solid square blanket by using 2 strings together to double the blanket's thickness
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You can always do two separate colors instead of every line being the same color instead of cutting strings. You can corporate two to three colors into an actual square at the same time. And what you kind of just do is take your two piece of material, wrap them around your finger and just remember these as being in groups two at this moment. Grab the two put it over the other two, grab it and use your finger to push up and you will now have your beginning stitch.
And what we want to do is we want to create the center of the circle which is the center point of the material. So this is consider one, so we need four of these, so one, just grabbing both pulling it through. So that’s two, three and four. And what we want to do is we want to call—it’s called the slip stitch. Grab your needle, push it through. Okay, grab in your material, pulling it through that same hole and through this hole using your finger, your thumb and your nasty finger in order to keep the center of the hole within reach. It just a very easy way to quick find it for your next stitch.
So what you can do if you want to, you can continue to use both strings at that very same time—yeah let's do that, so what we want to do is chain up five, so one two three four and five. Grab in your material again and you just going to move your thumb because you're covering the center of the hole with your thumb. You're going to grab your stragglers and make sure they're on top because that will fasten into place and you just going to pull your material through so now you have three groups, right. One two three Just pull through two only and through two.
And what we want to do is put everything in groups of three just like we did with the regular stuff, grab your material pull through two and then two and then put it again in the circle and pulling it through two and two. Okay, so what we want to do is now we’re going to turn the corner so we got to chain four, so one two three and four. And then grab in your material and going it to the center point again, putting the straggler on top again so that we can lock it in a position, so pull through two and two and we want to do another group of three in a row. So this is your final group of three.
Okay, we’re going to turn the corner again, so one two three and four. Going in to the center point again, okay putting your stragglers on top of that line so traps it in the place so you that you will never see where you actually started. So pull through two and two, grabbing it again, straggler on top two and two. And again we’re doing groups of three. Okay, so now we’re turning a corner again so we’re going to chain four, so one two there and four. And now we’re going to go into the center point again for the final side of the square and we’re only going to do two in a row, so wrapping around pulling it through two and two and putting it in the center again, okay pull through two and two.
So basically you now have square it's not quite finish yet because this is a never ending square. What I want to do is just stop this video and carry around to the next.