Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create an 8 inch hole Christmas tree skirt with a never-ending Granny pattern
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How to Crochet an 8 Inch Hole Christmas Tree Skirt Part 6/6
To finish off the never ending square, you’re just going to work it way along and it’s probably more appropriate if you work your way to a point where you’re getting close to one corner. So I'm just going to work my way across this project. Try to get close and of course, your skirt is probably going to be at least three feet. If not bigger maybe a little bit less at this point and you want it to be because especially if you’re changing colors and stuff like you could finish it off. This way that I'm going to show you and then go once around with other color that appears to be looking like Full Square. But I'm going to show you as we get closer to the end.
What we need to do and this is consistent with any size, Granny square. I just realized that some people are going to be requesting on how to finish a never ending, somehow so use the last sampling that was done with the eight-inch gap in the middle to show you. So as we get closer because you’re going to have like a section here that is missing. You’re going to want to at the next stitch; you’re going to want to half double crochet. So I'm going to leave three stitches. So one, three gaps, one, two and three in the final, so in the next one we’re going to half double crochet instead.
So stick in your needle in, pulling it through and pull through all three, and let’s do three of those in a row. Okay, so now that’s chain one and the next gap we’re going to single crochet, three in a row. You see how you kind of pull it and it’s pulling it in. Do you see that? There was the regular, half double crochets, single crochet. And then what I would do here is that in the next two stitches just slip stitch. So stick your needle in, pulling it through and through. So stick it in the next one, pull through and through, and in the final one in the corner. Just stick your needle in, grabbing it and pulling it through and through. And that would be the end of everything.
So you could go around again just with the solid color and you can make this. Like if this is bigger. It’ll be a better, excuse me, if this was bigger, it would be a lot smoother than that transition but it really works well.