Mikey shows you the patterns he created to deal with varying sizes of trees when he created Christmas tree skirts with a
never-ending Granny pattern.
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How to Crochet Different Size Holes For Tree Skirts
If I could just bring your attention here to the creative board, I was about to do start my demonstration doing a never-ending Granny square Christmas tree skirt with the hole in the middle. And what I came to realize is that I’m working with an artificial tree, you know the poles are not very big. But then I realized that my tutorial will not be very good for anybody that is doing a lot of tree work, the diameters of a real live tree will actually get significant. So I’m going to do five different sets of tutorials and all five will be doing a different centerpiece. So what we’re going to do is we’re going to concentrate so that--this is three, four, five, six and eight. So this is the distance of the hole that you will have. So maybe a three is actually pretty good for unofficial, mine is at four that I made. And I could have went three, could have been find two.
And then I’m going to show you five, six and eight and it all depends is where you start—and what I figured out, this is anything about it—is that I figured out if, say it ended up being four so if it’s six then it will be half the of the actual distance for the inches. So you lined up having three inch gap in the middle and then after 12 that will be six and 10 will be five and 160 would be 8. So we’re going to demonstrate that and I think it’s really the key. Now, if you want even go bigger and you understand the concept of Granny squaring then wow, I mean go for it and let’s get started.