What we’re going to do is we’re going to double crochet so we have not turned our material. All I’ve done is turned off the camera and comeback. So, what we’re going to do is you’re going to count back to the third stitch. So, you’re going to wrap your material around and count back so one, two and three, that’s it. What you’re going to do is just stick your needle into that third stitch and you’re going to pull that string through and now you got three left. You’re going to pull through only two and two. Now, that is considered a double crochet. And what this pattern is asking us to do is to put another one right in the very edge. So, we’re going to actually put two right into the same hole. Now, it’s a double crochet. So, what we’re going to do now is that we’re going to put one double crochet into every stitch until the very end of the line so just go on. So, just going in, pulling through, through two and two, grabbing the material, going into the next stitch. And do you see where the next stitch is? You always have to make sure that when you’re going in, you always have two strings left on top and one left on the bottom. You’ll see that so through two and two. We’re grabbing it again into the next stitch two, two. Next stitch, one, two and two. Next stitch, two and two. Next stitch, two and two. Next stitch, two and two. Next, stitch two and two. Next stitch, two and two. Next stitch, two and two. Next stitch, two and two. Next stitch, so the very next stitch that we’re doing is actually the very last one so just going in, two and two and that will complete that line and what we do is I’ll just stop the camera and I’ll start the next video. So, you can see how nice that’s starting to look already.