Mikey shows you how to crochet a willy warmer for those cold winter nights part 5/21.
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As part if the gig what we’re going to do is that we’re just going to put a little twisty thing at the end and it kind of makes it look like a little end it either. If we want to put eyes on this thing it will be hilarious. So let’s do it and what we’re going to do is we’re going to chain 15 only, so let’s do 15 and we’re creating the tie that is actually under tight shot. So here we go so 15.
Sop what we’re going to do is that we’re now single stitch going back so we’re going to skip the first hole, go to the second and we’re just going to single stitch all the way back to the start and that will be your tie for the tip of it. And again you don’t have to do that you can only and you’re just pretty well the inventor of your own craft. So if you don’t want to it and don’t and if you want to live it loose for a little bit of a joke, it can be a one year the elephant or and it could be an elephant trunk.
I don’t know what kind of cross my mind to actually do this, I remember seeing it when I was a kid and I always thought about it. I think there’s a pattern online that have something like that I’m sure enough— and you know what I only ever found one pattern that I Googled the hell out of this thing and I only found one pattern, so and I’m sure there’s more than just one lady that has thought of doing this.
So I’m bringing back a live on YouTube for all to see. So what we’re going to do here is standby for a second, so there is your tie, So that’s 15 across and then 15 back so what we’re going to do is we’re just going to trim it, pull your needle through, pulling it nice and tight and like what we do with all of the projects we weave it back into the actual chain itself on to the top, you see that we’re just weaving it.
And again this is part of the tie part so it’s going to be all this weaving will be buried inside no one never see it. So then we also have the starting weave that back into the stitch, so it’s the starting material. So let’s weave that into it as well going backward.
Okay and now the next video I’m going to show you how to attach it, so there’s your string and you can see that loose strugglers but it’s not a really big deal.