Published at Thursday, 06 September 2018. Blanket. By Juliana Pickett.
The size of your crochet hook so you'll be able to see them a lot easier. It's just that very first row. That's why I always say don't give up on your first row. It gets a little fresh. Everybody gets so much easier as you start working your project so that it's kind of hard to do this one time but anyway, so you go like this and you keep it moving yarn over find the holes.
So when you're coming to the end, all you're, basically going to do is continue doing your half double crochet until you get to the end of the row into the end of the chain, be sure to pick up that last stitch. That was in the chain too. Okay and now you're done you're at the end of the blanket and now it's time to just tie off your work. So all you would do is if this was the end of my project, and I have my blanket completely finished
Okay, so you've already changed, who you flipped your work, you're going to yarn over you're not going to do in the very first hole, but you can clearly see the second hole where you're going to work into that second hole okay and pull through and you're going to do that same stitch, work, half double crochet through the entire zero, so you can earn over and you're going to find your hole and as you do this project you'll see these holes are really there get there.
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