Mikey shows you how to crochet a willy warmer for those cold winter nights part 3/21.
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How to Crochet a Woolen Willy Warmer Part 3/21
Okay this counts as one, so let’s do 25, so you got your real along and so we’re basically creating the shaft part here so it looks about the same right it’s going to shrink a little bit once you come and do the second row. So what we’re going to be doing is that what I would recommend for you on a piece of paper here, you see how I got the lines all like more on top. So what I do is two, three, four, five, six I do up to 20, so we need to do 20 rows in order to make that so I would write them down in advance and as you pass number two then check off number two and as you pass off number three check of number three and continue to do it that way.
So what you’re going to do we’re going to single stitch this all 20 rows are single stitch so you just going to wrap your material, this is the first stitch that you’re coming out because you want to go to the second over, so you going to single stitch all the way up, so that’s not a single stitch. Don’t’ wrap your needle.
So that’s the first stitch so you want to go to the second just stick your needle in, grab your material pull it through and then pull through the two and you’re going to do that all the way across and then when you get to the other side you’re just going to mark this off as row number two and then just keep working on your piece of paper back and forth back forth until you get 20 rows completed and once you get 20 rows completed did you hear what I’m saying to you as in giving you a demonstration, as you get through 20 rows at the very end you’re going to want your struggler the loose piece here, you’re going to want this at least 14 inches long and just roughly guess it and what we’re going to be doing with that string because you haven’t cut it what we’re going to be doing with it is we’re going to be rolling it up and using that material to string it all up to make it all round. So you’re going to be using that material to use this needle hook in order to se and shut. So this is basically, this is the starter, so let’s keep going along and then just make 20 rows going along and then the next video will then show you how to tie those up once you get all 20 done.