Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a vintage baby hat part 5/10.
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Okay, so now what we want to do is we want to chain five. And what we’re going to do is we’re going to cluster these again in the middle of the gaps. So let’s wrap it around and we’re going to cluster your three and we’re going to hold on your hook like we have in the last one to create the cluster.
And now what we’re going to do because we want this to be bigger, right, we want to chain two, so one and two. Now we’re going to cluster it again. So every four gets the three and there should be four left on your hook which there is, lock it and then one and two. Pull it through and hold, now you’ve got all four, lock it and then one, two.
So that’s how you’re going to keep going all the way around and at the end you’re going to want to slip stitch it just like you have then all along. So if you want to carry it forward you’ve more than welcome to do so, and I’m just going to carry and leave the video going. So basically you’re clustering three together and then chaining two in between each cluster and then lock in, one and two, hold, hold and hold locking it and one and two.
Okay you’ve got your four in there pulling it through, lock it, one and two. The purpose of spacing it to two is so that it continues to still open up, and form the shape. And you know the sample in behind, there is only 12 clusters and you know this one has a 13, so it gives you an idea, I can already see that this hat is going to be bigger than the last one, but it gives you an idea on what happens if you reduce, you don’t make the right amount in clusters in the first time, so I’m really showing you kind of mistake, but I think it’s a great visual for teaching tool because I really could just pull apart and restart, but we don’t want. So better just show you what happens when you don’t. And maybe you don’t have Preemie hat and maybe you don’t want a Preemie hat, maybe you want a regular size hat, so this would be a great tutorial for that as well.
Okay and at the very end, you see how we chained up five so we want to link these together, so what we’re going to do is that we’re just gong to slip stitch it together, so that cluster belongs together. So there is the end of that one and you can already tell it’s slightly bigger.