So now, we’re working on line number 13 and we’re going to be expanding line number 13 one more time. Okay. And so think about crochets that you can’t speed up the process of expansion because you wanted different because your foot just doesn’t change sizes like instantly, right. Like when it’s going at the top of your foot. So, if you did all your expansions in the last line, you’ll have like a bump on the top of your project that just will not be suitable for you. So, what we’re going to do is the four to one ratio again. So, we’re just going to do four half-double crochets in a row and then on the fifth one, we will put two in the same hole.
So, there’s four until so this hole is going to get two. So, let’s go again. So, this is counting four half-double crochets in a row. So, that’s two, three, four and now this is the fifth one. So, we’re going to put two in that one. So, let’s go again. So, we do it four in a row. So, this is number three and this is four. So, this is the fifth hole. So, we’re going to put two on that same hole. And let’s go again. So, it counting down the four again, so this is number one. And you can really start seeing how it’s opening up. And your foot does the same thing so that’s number three and this is number four. This is the fifth hole so we’re going to put two in that one, so one and two into that same hole.
So, let’s go again. So, we’re going to do four in a row. So, this is four, the next one even though we are close to the end and that five is in the line. So, you can still do it. And then we got one more to go and the circle is complete. So again, slip stitching it at the end and pulling through. That was line number 12 and now you can really start to see how it’s opening up.