Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a vintage baby hat part 4/10.
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Okay, so we’re going to start our clustering and that’s the next layer here and this is actually gets really simple once we get passed the first starting point. Now we’re going to just chain up three. And now we want to put two more double crochets into the same stitch that just I came out of and what we want to do is we want to cluster them together, so just stick your needle in going into the same stitch where that originated that are pulled through, now you’re going to see three on there and you just kind of pull through the two and hold. So grab in your material sticking in to the same hole pulling it through, pulling it through two only and now pull through all three. So you just pulled through all three and now we want to lock that in to place. So lock and now we want to put a space.
So we were in this hole, we’re going to skip the very next one and so we’re going to then put three more in that one as well, so going in, pulling it through, pull through the two only and hold it on your hook and we want three of them, so going in again, pulling it through, pull through two and hold. So you’re going to end up with four going in and pulling through and hold and you’ll end up with four loops on your hook at one time and now you’re going to pull through all four, so you want to lock it in the position, so lock it and then one and then we chain one first space.
So we’re going to skip over the next chain down here, we’re going to go to the next one. So double crochet, three in to this one as well. So wrap it pull through the two and hold, pull through, pull through the two and hold, wrap it pull through the two and hold. And so we end up with our four back on our hook, so pull through all four, lock it and then a space. And going to the next one, we’re going to jump over the next chain and going to go over. Pull in the hole going in, pull and hold. So we’re going to go all the way around at the very end of this circle or you’ve got to slip stitch it and then a space.
Okay we’re jumping over and again pulling it through, pulling it through and we got the four on there again pulling it through all four, lock it and then a space. So we’re chaining, okay pull through. Keep going on to the same one like we have been. Now we’ve got four on there so we’re going to pull through, lock it and then a space. Space meaning, chain.
Okay you’ve got four on there again, lock it and then chain one for a space. You’ll notice too that the material starting to pull towards you as well, and that’s the good thing because it means that you’re starting to create the ball shape, then pull through, lock it and chain one. Okay skipping over like we have been all along and if we do it this right we should end up with 12 of these clusters on board, lock it, space. And if you don’t have 12 clusters, so you have 11 or you have 13, it doesn’t really matter at this point because the next one just is just place on the spaces in between, so space, so the next layer will go into the actual and grab it on to the space. So its not really a big deal if you have an extra, the only difference is that if you have as many, if you don’t have the 12 then your hat will be smaller and if you have 13 clusters then your hat will be bigger.
Okay you have four in there, lock it and space, pull it through, lock it and space, and you should have a space at the end in order to link this together, so I’m going to count it before I link it. So actually you have 13 on there, but you know what I’m not worried about it. So I’ve got to slip stitch it like I have been. So there is the end of that one. So let’s go in to the next video.