Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create little Mary Jane booties part 16/19.
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How to Crochet Little Mary Jane Booties Part 16/19
Ladies and gentlemen, we’re on round number 15 chaining up three so one, two and three. And what we’re going to do it says double-crochet around the post of the next double-crochet. So going in, see the post, it’s standing right in front of you so let’s keep going in the post only. We’re going to go all the way around which is grabbing the post. And the post are already pulled out in front of you because your last round you were working with the post so they automatically are kind of bulged towards you.
This kind of post were to also makes your crochet look like it’s needed actually really like. The only difference is that you use a lot more material to do it. Because what happens is that, on that opposite side you get these ridges like you see here but it looks fantastic, to be quite honest with you. I’ve done the hexagon blanket that I did grabbing the post like that—oh my God it looks like it was just a hand knitted blanket instead of crochet to look fantastic. I actually gave it to my good friend Joan. Working with the post too and crochet terms could also be related to doing ridge stitching. Now, that is the same kind of idea where you’re working with the post because it creates a ridge on one side of the blanket or the other depending on what side you’re doing. And you can like I could be—I’m grabbing the post, one post in the front then expose from the back and that all create like a ridge effect as well like a ripple and we have ripple stitch crochet here on my You Tube if you’re interested in that so just grabbing here from the front.
Using my dust for a change on this tutorial, my printer is out of ink. So I’ve had to use my monitor for following this pattern across. So what’s next after this, we’re going to finish this off in just a couple of seconds, if you actually—probably less than a minute and then we’re going to do all the trim work. We’re going to create the shoe buckle strap that goes over it, that will be our final step but we’ve got to create the ruffle effect that is in the sock first. So this is it and we’re going to slipstitch it so just going at the top of the next post pulling it through. And being that that’s a child, what I would do—so just like I normally do, we’re going to pull it all the way through. And what I would do because it’s a child, just keep a little bit of a loop up, grabbing it pulling it through and I would tie it at this point and turn knot so grabbing it again, pulling it through, knot. And then what I would do like we do with everything else is that we weave the top and turn it. So we throw it over, just stick here and you do in the next stitch just weaving it through, that’s how hide your lose ends. So I’m not going to worry about trimming that off yet so there’s what you got so far. Remember, it’s inside out and so for next tutorial, for the next part we’re going to be turning this inside out. So let’s turn this inside out.