Mikey shows you how to crochet a willy warmer for those cold winter nights part 4/21.
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Okay I feel like a doctor like a normal show where you have something already in the oven cooking. So what we want to do now is that now that you got your 20 rows completed here, we want to roll that up into just like so. So what we want to do is just fold in a half like this and then what you’re going to do is that you’re going to match up the sides with the sides. So taking that long piece of material, what we want to do is that we want to use that in sew into it.
So that the material is on this sides, so what I want to do is just a preference that I have is that I like to stick my needle in, stick it in match it as close as you can so that it’s actually equal on both sides, like I just sew it, throw it back, grab it and pull it through all the way through. And sometimes fingers are good to.
So just pull that to through all the way throw it back over on top again. Going to the very next stitch on both sides of this, grab that string and pull it through again and then pulling it tight each and every time so throw back over and go to your next stitch, pull it through. At this very moment its like a shoelace, grab your material pull it through, pull it tight and throw it back, next stitch.
Daniel and I had so much fun during the recording on this video it was absolutely hilarious and unfortunately, it was even funnier before we push the start record by and I wish we would caught that to because he was just on our roll and so I’m like hurry up and turn on that camera because you know it’s really showing my true personality I’m just having fun in the moment and unfortunately you need people in your life like that come back and just to that.
So what we’re going to do here is that we’re just going to work our way down the shaft part and when we’re done we’re going to tie it because we don’t know what’s going to happen or who’s going to be using this thing, but you don’t want to falling apart as some guys turn to put it on or some guys are girls trying to put on our man after she just so basically working on it.
So we’re going to want to tie it so the doesn’t become loose and what we’re going to do just like any other craft because we’re basically sewing one side shot and in order to make it round we’re going to have to turn this thing inside out because this is creating a seam on the side.
So I’m continuing the work down and again you see this, this project really doesn’t take that long and it did take me like Daniel said I did a couple of hours, the reason why is that the pattern that they gave me was like King Kong himself and it really doesn’t take that belong to do this because I really have the alternate pattern because you know I thought well maybe if I follow the directions, but then I didn’t want to end up with something that I can, that’s not functionable.
So, we got to the end. So what we’re going to do is you going to stick your needle in and just on to the next stitch going back to other way, we’re going to stick it in, holding the material with this hand here so that it creates a loop and then what we’re going to do is we’re just going to tie it, go back inside that hole, grab it, pull it through and pull it through tight and what we’re going to do, we’re going to do that again to make sure that’s in, again holding it so that it loops out, and them tie it.
And then what you’re going to want to do is that you’re going to wanted to put this struggler just how we do everything else we just kind of weave the struggler back in and because this is a seam we don’t have to worry about it too much because we’re going to turning this thing inside out and so you’ll never see the loose string but you’ll know that it’s perfectly secure because you have tied it.
Okay now you can see a little bit extra left over and now let’s turn it inside out, which will be the side that you see and did you see I didn’t even really care which way I folded it, it just didn’t matter to me because this is a knot item ladies and gentlemen it’s and both sides look the same.
So you can see where the seam is it’s right there so what we’re going to do is when we attach it to the actual back what we’re going to do is we’re going to turn it so that the seam is on the bottom and that is the shaft part so far.
So if you want to leave the end open okay you can do that or you might want to like you can sew it shot to and like I want to show you a shot but what I did here is that I put it on twist side and so I’m going to show you how to do that next.