Follow Mikey's crochet tutorial to create a lovely tire tread blanket for those cold nights part 5/5.
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Okay, so we’re just going to turn on material around, okay so you see how that really taking effect so this line doesn’t look as superb as this line because you’ve gone into the gaps that really splits things open and really kind of cool. So to start the line that we did before just chain up one going into an immediate double, okay so wrap your material around and just like before looking where this two are joint right here and where they split that’s where you want to put is right into that hole.
Okay, you just did a double so now you need space for a gaps so this just chain and then wrap and wrap and right into the gap. If I getting and sick me same that. Okay and then immediate double crochet into the next pair right into the center.
You know what? I wouldn’t have not notice this pattern unless Daniel something and I really like it.
Okay and then immediate double into the next V-shape gap and then as let's chain and then wrap and wrap and into that same gap and then immediate double into the next chain. Do you see that right there?
And then I chain for a space and then wrap and wrap but you keep the gap.
Okay and then immediate double looking for the next hole, you know the space and wrap and wrap into the gap. Okay and now I immediate double into the next split, and then space and then wrap but wrap right in to the gap.
Okay and then we are at the edge so we’ll have to finish it off with the double treble. And then did you see what that is? You see how it's going down on an angle like this you don’t want that so you need to do is you need to put it in right where that first chain was that you started that underline with right there and that’s a double crochet. And then that brings it back to equal. So there you go so what should we call wrap and wrap into the gap kind of like a tire thread that what I can call it too.