Now, this part is my own design and what we’re going to do is we’re going to start of with one single stitch. So, this chain one going into the next stitch for a single stitch, okay.
And now, what we’re going to do is we’re going to do six half-double crochets in a row. So, let’s do six in a row, one, two, three, four, five, and six. And now, what we’re going to do is we’re going to do six double crochets in a row. So, we’re going to wrap, stick it into your material, pull through, pull through only two, grab it again and pull through two. And we want six of those. So, let’s pull it in, pull it out, pull through two only. Again, if you are screwing up on it, just pull it out and try it again. Pull through, pull through two only, then pull through two.
Again, so we want six of this in a row. And you’ll notice that the double crochet is bigger than the half-double crochet and that’s exactly what you’re looking for. And you see that it tells I got four, five, six. And what I got to do is I'm going to stop this video right now and just pick it up on the next one. There’s a reason for it and it’s because I'm running out of black and I don’t want to waste all this time doing that.