How to Crochet Adult Size Sock Slippers Part 26/29
Okay please accept my apologies; we’re not going to cord yet. We’re going to do another row of half double crochet, this time now we’re going to be using that’s called the back loops. And if you look at the top of a crochet, you have the loops that are divided great but the bee. So what you want to do is you just want to grab the loops that are in the front part not all of it and that will create a line that goes around the entire front part. Do you see how there’s a line right there? That is down because we’re grabbing it by the back loops, so we’re going to pull through and then pull through all three. This is line number 21 and we are only going around, going into the back loops. Let’s try this again.
Instead of grabbing the whole thing, we’re just going to push up into the middle of the V and pull only the loops that are closest to me. We’re just grabbing the back loops, I thought there was 21 lines to my pattern turns out there’s not and the reason why is that I never recorded the last. There’s two cording lines that go on after this and I never recorded the second part of that, probably just recorded the one line because I was probably so anxious. Again just pushing up into the center and see how it’s creating that line right there on the other side of it, on the visual side. So just push up into the center and because you are doing this, it’s actually easier to pull the material through.
And we’re just finished here and the next line will be cording back and forth, don’t let that terminology make you afraid that’s actually pretty simple. This is the last one and then we’re going to slip stitch like where we always normally slip stitch through; pulling it through and then pull through. So you can see I made the opening smaller so therefore it would be tighter on to the angle.