Mikey shows you how to double your single stitch count to increase material size in hats socks, mittens and other crocheted
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So at the very end, what we want to do is we want to put this tie in there and you see we I put it about—my thumb is about an inch. So I cut it about three quarters an inch, it doesn’t matter. So what I want to do is see where the seams are in the bottom, I want the strings to come out at the bottom of that because that’s where I’m going to be attaching it from the bottom. So what we’re going to do is that we’re going to stick your needle in from the inside just about maybe a half inch, you have three quarters, and what I would do is just wrap your needle around this big tie and we’re going to pull half of it through because we want the other half to stay. And I find just getting it through just start it with the needle and then use your fingers, and what we want to do is that we want it have it come of that a little bit, so I’m just kind of eyeing it up where is it going to come out next.
Again just pull and starting a bit through using your fingers to pull the rest of it, and we don’t want to pull the one that’s at the bottom right out. So then we can compress by pushing in and now we want to go back inside the shaft area. So just grabbing it and pulling it under and through, again just to get it started using your fingers, so there we go, that’s at the top part, bottom inside so you know what come out of the bottom, there it is right there, so I’m going to come out in the other side of this seam. So there you go. So what we’re going to do is we’re just going to pull it together and see this thing here, there’s a loose string there just weave that back, if you didn’t already weave that back in to your material. So it goes missing so you can see it. So there is your tie for the front. Okay so there is your tie part and what we’re going to do now is we’re going to start the bag area.