So, picking up so what we need to do is that we need to chain up three so one, two and three. And now, we’re going to turn your material the other way because we’re going to crochet. Because I’m right handed, I crochet it that way. So, what we’re going to do is we’re going to grab your material and we’re going to go into the—see this stitch right here, we’d normally skip over that or doing regular lines but Bev is asking us to go right into that same stitch so that there’s two coming out of that back and we’re double crocheting again all the way across. So, what you’re looking for, do you see where the stitching is for the newbies? That’s the first stitch right there so if you pull apart, it’s in between. And so it’s just like what I told you or always make sure that there’s two lines left on top. Okay, pulling through and then two, two and two, two. Go and grab your material around. Do you see how it’s starting to make sense how it’s pulling up? This is our third line. And I got two more lines to do after this. So, we’re double crocheting all the way back across. And see on that baby cloud material, though it really look, you know, your baby is going to love it. It’s very difficult to work with because I’ve been crocheting for 20 semi years. It’s that my fingers know where the stitches are because I can feel them in my finger tips. So, a newbie crocheter, you’re not able to see where the stitches have to go, you have to feel around for it. You can always try it. We’re now on the six-minute mark for this project this is how fast it’s going. So, we’re going on to the very end. So, there we go, there’s the very end and so there’s what it should look like so far. I’m going to stop the video and the next line you have to pay a little bit closer attention because now what we’re going to do is that this is the bottom part of the booties so now we’re going to be creating the top part where it comes up.