Published at Thursday, 06 September 2018. Blanket. By Juliana Pickett.
So you only have three your hook, but this is the one that okay, so you see how that's making and this right here pretty much. Is your pattern for your blanket. Crochet is this chain two that we just did so, there's no reason for us to put another stitch in this hole. If you do that throughout your project, your your your blanket will gradually increase in decrease because you've added an extra stitch to the row.
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
This pattern, all the way to you, get to the length of the project that you want. Okay, I want to just show you how to finish off your blanket. Of course, this is on a complete blanket, but, as discussed earlier, if you just continue to do the project all the way to the end of the link that you're looking for then you'll be at a point where you're able to in your blanket.
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