Mikey shows you how to crochet a willy warmer for those cold winter nights part 8/21.
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How to Crochet a Woolen Willy Warmer Part 8/21
Okay so what we’re going to do now is that we’re going to expand the circle to make it bigger so what we need to do, we have eight and you see how there’s a lot more here so we’re going—for everyone we’re going to put two single stitches in. So you’re just instead of slip stitching it, just go right to the next stitch here and what I do, this are called markers and if you don’t have a marker just cut a piece of material that’s a different color than what you’re using and just slide it through the starting stitch and that will help you know exactly when you’ve going all the way around.
So what we’re going to do is that for every single stitch here, we’re going to create two single crochets inside the same hole. So basically every hole then becomes two so let’s go into the next one just single crochet, put in another one in that same hole, next one, single crochet and then another one, next hole single crochet and then another one. And do you see how that marker is moving around underneath; it’s so much easier to know when you’ve done a full circle than to always be guessing.
Next hole and just for one and then put another one inside there, and then next hole, and it’s going to get two just like the rest I did and the marker is now coming up, you see the marker is right underneath that one so I know that is a full circle around. So what we’re going to do is we’re going to slide that marker off and we’re now going to slide it over top to the last stitch here, so we know that when we come back around that is where—and the reason why we’re doing it, is that we have to go around so many times so that we know where we are in the pattern by knowing how many times we have around. So there’s that one completed.