Mikey teaches you how to join the yoyo circles together with hexagonal net stitching.
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How to Join Crocheted Yoyos with a Hexagonal Net Stitch
So I want to show you the Hexagonal Net Stitch, we’re going to just prepare our circle and I would get and have it wrapping this around on the very like when you’re finishing up with the circle, it seems you haven’t not do it another time and again you’re going to trap it in there so you going to be all the cut the one’s it all set in the place.
So I have one that’s already prepared here, so we’ve done our circle of four then circle 12 and now what we want to do is want to start up first one so let’s chain up three. One, two, and three going to the next available stitch for a single stitch and now the difference with this one is that you have to chain one more. So you single stitch chain one, so now you grab your material and you have to look for the empty spots.
So one and two so all you’ve got to do is just stick it into the hole, grab your material from the behind and pull it through so that’s chain number two and chain three coming back into the working material. You see the difference of this one you don’t have to pull your needle out of your stitching above all.
So to your next point here we have to then chain one, going into the next available hole, pull the material in the back through that’s chain two, chain three back into your next material. Now we’re going to be attaching it to this point here so look for the free holes, okay. So it’s right there and there. So we chain one going into the next available hole, pulling the interior from the backside through and that’s chains two and chain three going into the next available hole in your material working with. So that was single stitch, chain one going into the next available hole.
It’s just the angle that I’m working on it like I really do this on my lap, I’m probably of half foot further away from this come and I’m sitting behind the camera. So pull it through for just chain two would be pulling up through, chain two, chain three and then back in and then what we do is we just continue to go around the circle one, two and three. So you’re going to continue all away around the circle like that just like you would on the braided stitching. It’s just how you attach it there which makes it a little bit different because it leaves a bigger gap. So that would be your net stitching Hexagonal.