Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create little Mary Jane booties part 14/19.
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Okay, we’re now moving on to number 13. It says, in the back loops only, chain two, so we’re going to chain two. And the back loops only, we double crochet all the way around, so what we’re going to do is grab your material and wrap it and then go into the back loop only and double crochet. And we’re going to do this all the way around. So, grabbing it, back loop and now, do you see? I don’t have the marker in there anymore because when you single crochet like I have been, it’s so hard to tell where you started and stopped because the line is not very tall but now that we’re double crocheting like there’s different steps up. So, it’s really hard to mess the point that you haven’t gone all the way around.
So, we’re double crocheting into the back loop only all the way around. And the next line that we have, after this, it gets really interesting. It really kind of surprised me because I started double crocheting and then I am looking at the directions, I am like, “Holy cow, it’s using the word post.” And I realized that it’s asking you to do like a ridged step by grabbing the post. Not a big deal, just kind of surprised me but so—I have to tell you what posts are and what you need to look for but it’s not a bid deal, so don’t worry about it yet.
So, working our way all the way back around, when we get to the very last one, we’re going to want to slip stitch this together, so this really looks completely round. Oops, that wasn’t the same. Let’s double crochet. Going all the way around, grabbing—oops. Let’s double crochet.
Okay, so this is the very last stitch. Do you see how it builds up here? So, this is the very last back loop. Okay. And then what we want to do is slip stitch it. So, we’re just going to the top of the next post and this is considered a post. So, we’re just go to the top of it, stick your needle in, grab your material, pull it through and through. Okay. So, you can see the back here. It looks pretty uniform. So, that was round number 13.