Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create little Mary Jane booties part 15/19.
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How to Crochet Little Mary Jane Booties Part 15/19
Okay now, round number 14 which is to chain up—so we’re working here so we’re going to chain up there so one, two and three. Now, because the blank or the bootie is inside from where I told you before so the good surfaces are actually on the inside so it says double-crochet around the post of the next double-crochet around. So wrap your material and remember the posts are the things centered in between so that’s the post, that’s the post, that’s the post. So it’s the same to wrapping around the post, so you’re going to grab your material and grab your post from the side that you can see. So going in the one side of the post, coming out the other side, grab your material pulling through and then just double-crochet usual. Let’s try that again. So wrap your material, grabbing the post, so from going in this side, coming out the other side of the post, grabbing your material pulling it through so there should be three left because you’re double-crocheting so pull through two and two so wrap in your material so you’ve grab that post, the next post is right there and you’re going to do that all the way around. And ladies and gentlemen you were two lines away; this is the last second line of this particular project. So we’re working on the post, we’ll double-crochet all the way around.
And what this is doing it’s giving the sock stocking area up here bootie some texture and wants to get a little bit further. See now, it’s starting to look like the top of the sock like the ridges on the top of the sock and that‘s the whole point of doing this part so grabbing the post from the forward side. They—in crochet terms this would be grabbing the post in the front side because it’s the side that—is that closes to you and the back side is as if I was grabbing the post from the rear side which is behind you—which is behind where I can see it. So we’re going all the way around—working with the post always the easiest to manipulate with your hands, you see me struggling a little bit but once you start—because I haven’t done any post work along time other than the example that I just did this morning that is in the background they were the black Mary Jane.
And again, this is—you don’t see my marker in there, I don’t need my marker because I can really tell where this going to patterning starting and stopping. So this is round number 14 and number 15. And I’m noticing one thing now like my one in the background to me an hour and a half to make. This here and I started at 11:15 it’s now 12:45 so it’s about an hour and a half to make these things like this one. But if you’re in front of the TV, you’ve got your pattern beside you everything that an hour and a half to go pretty fast. And you’re going o notice that it’s kind of lipping now and don’t worry about that, remember you’re looking—the exterior is the inside out. And also this kind of post work actually makes your material contract and stretch like an elastic bond. So you can see where I’ve—now that was the one so I’m going to slipstitch it so just grabbing at the top of the next one, pulling through. So you’d see it’s kind of created a little bit of a lip, not a big deal that’s what exactly what you’re wanting. But in the inside, you see how it’s still flat, that’s exactly what you’re looking for.