So now, this is line number 12 and we want to do an expansion around. And what we’re going to do here and this is my own creation, we’re going to do four. So, let’s start here. I’m going to be a little black in just a second and we will incorporate that in as well. So, you’re going to do four half-double crochets in a row. And then on the fifth half-double crochet, on the fifth stitch so this is one, on the fifth, you’re going to want to put two stitches into the same hole and that will expand your craft. That will expand the actual circle because what you’re doing is you’re converting two holes or one hole into two.
So, what we’re going to do here is we’re going to grab the next black ball of wool. So, what we’re going to do is we’re going to just hold it to the side for a second. And what we’re going to do is we’re just going to loop it, put it with it. So, we’re going to be taking all of this and plus we’re going to take the extra black piece in the same time. And I’m straggling a little bit with it because the simple fact it is just my camera angle and that’s why I didn’t graph at all, pull it through. And what I'm going to do is I'm going to pull extra out of this.
And so, what we’re going to do is we’re going to graph all of that and pull it all the way through. Let’s try it again. So, we’re going to grab all of it so you should have four pulling it through and then through again. Okay. So, going in again, you’ve got all four pieces together. And you see the ending of the next one coming. You can grab and everything, pulling it through and pulling it through, going in again.
So, what we wanted to do remember, so this is one, two, and three and four. So, on the stitch that is coming up, we’re going to put two half-double crochets into that same hole. So, that’s one. And let’s go into the exact same hole. And we’re going to put another one right in there. And then I call this the four to one ratio. So, let’s start it again. So, let’s go four half-double crochets right in a row, going to the next one. This is number two and it’s so easy to tell. If you lose count it all, it’s so easy to tell which number you are on because it’s just like I see how this one is going in a V-shape. So, that’s where the two are, that are together so one and two, three and four.
And now, the next one are two half-double crochets right in a row or right in the same hole. Did you see that? So basically, we’re just going all the way around like that. So, the only thing I’m worried about is just making sure that every fourth call—the only thing I'm worried about is that every fifth hole is a double.
Let’s start again. So, this is the fourth one. And now, we’re going to go into the fifth one and we’ll put two in the hole. So, let’s go again. So again, count four in a row, regular half-double crochets. I can already start seeing it expanding, the number three and four. So, we’re on the fifth hole again. So the fifth hole, again, we’re going to put two half-double crochets into the same hole. And we’re coming right to the very end. So, I’m just going to finish it off. If there was an extra five to go then sure I could do it again and if not, just keep going until—so, we’re just going to slip stitch and that was line number 12 done. And we could come back and we’ll turn this up when we get back, when we go to clean up our project because that was line number 12 and you can start now saying it expanded at the bottom.