Mikey shows you how to crochet a border that looks like people holding hands for your crochet project.
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I just discovered something in my last stitch that you can make it look like people are holding hands if you create a head on it, so let’s go again. So, we’re going to try as we’re going to chain up three so these counts as one, two and three because it’s just to get us started. And what we’re going to do is we’re going double crochet into the very next stitch. I’m just holding down the straggler so it’s out of the away. You’re going to get there and you’re going to hold on. You’re going pull through two and then hold onto your needle, skip one, go into the second one for a double crochet again pulling through two or pulling through there, pulling through two. And now let’s pull through all three and what we want to do is chain three so one, two and three. And what we want to do it’s called the slip stitch. So, what we can do is right in the middle of where this two pieces are, are kind the like open, that’s kind of like the person’s legs. What we want to do is we want to stick your needle through there, grab your material, pull through and pull it through the other one. And now, what we want to do is now chain three so one, two and three and coming down on the one right beside the person’s leg. So, let’s try that again so one, two and three, double crochet coming down into the very next stitch, pulling through, pull trough two only and hold it. Wrapping your material around, skip one down here, coming to the second one pulling through, pulling through two. Now, pull through all three. And now, what you’re going to do is chain three so one, two and three coming back down in between the legs just like so you see where it’s like an A-shape going to top part of the A, pulling through and pull through. The other one, that’s a slip stitch. So now, we’re going to chain three, one, two and three coming down right beside. And if you kind of look at it, it kind of like it’s like people holding hands. So, let’s try it again so one, two and three, wrapping your needle, going into the next one, pulling through, pulling through two only, pulling, skipping one, coming to the second one, pull through two. Now, pull through all three, chain three so one, two and three. Coming down into like, do you see where it’s like an A-shape going right in between the top part of the A and coming and then puling it through that A and pulling through the other stitch and then one, two and three. So, there you go. So, there’s a border that looks like people holding hands.