hak voor beginners

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How to hak voor beginners a beautiful popcorn stitch motif! In this video I show you step by step how to crochet the popcorn flower square AND how to join as you go (JAYG …
hi everybody and welcome to my channel today i’m going to be showing you how to crochet this absolutely beautifully textured popcorn flower square now all the information for the yarn i have used for this
blanket that’s currently on my table is in the description box down below now please be aware this is currently a work in progress for me i’m only 50 something squares into my full blanket so i don’t know
the exact yarn amounts i’m going to need one thing i have worked out already though which you may or may not find useful is out of one ball of this yarn i can get 20 of these popcorn flower centers themselves so that might help
you the gray yarn goes a lot further than the popcorn itself because it can be a little bit yarn hungry so with all that said and done let’s sleep straight on into how you crochet this beautiful square to begin i’m going to start with
a magic ring now if you don’t know how to do a magic ring i have got a nice slow video on exactly how that’s done which will have popped up just up here or if you absolutely detest the magic
ring and can’t abide using them you could substitute this out by chaining five and then slip stitch to that very first chain you made to make your ring that way so with all that out of the way into my magic ring i’m going to place
eight single crochet stitches once you have your eight single crochet stitches go ahead and close the ring but don’t pull it all the way shut we need to work into this very first single crochet of the round and if we pull it too tight at
this stage you will lose that stitch so just pull it closed a little bit then we’re going to slip stitch to join to that very first single crochet that you made now round two are the popcorn stitches
themselves the first popcorn stitch of every round is going to be slightly different to the rest of them so i’ll show you how to start and then how to do a standard popcorn stitch as we go so straight away we’re going to chain
three which counts as your first double crochet stitch and then working into that exact same stitch where you just chained from place four double crochet stitches all into that same stitch so that’s one
two three and four this will be how we start the beginning of each popcorn row chain three and four double crochet stitches all into the same place now to complete your popcorn stitch you’re going to lift that loop up just
so you don’t lose it and take your hook out then you want to insert the hook into the top of your chain three if you have trouble identifying it you’ve got the little v’s of your stitch
here you’ll have four of these so one two three four and then your chain three is right at the very end here so just pop your hook into the top of that chain three then you’re going to pick that loop back
up either physically put it on the hook or you can scoop it up with your hook pull it nice and tight and draw this loop through this loop here so we’re just going to pull it all the way through and then chain one to secure the popcorn
stitch in place then chain one again which will be your chain one space and we’re going to work a popcorn stitch into the very next single crochet now the full popcorn stitch is five double crochet stitches
all into that same stitch so we’re gonna go ahead and place a five that’s one that’s two that’s three four and five all into the same stitch then just as before pull your hook out
and we’re going to work into the very first of those five double crochets to count backwards one two three four five pop your hook under the v’s both of them there of that stitch pop that loop back on your hook and pull
it tight then pull that loop through the stitch all the way through then chain one to secure it chain one now we’re going to repeat that tiny little section of popcorn stitch chain one popcorn stitch
chain one in each of these remaining six single crochets if you find your stitches are overlapping feel free to pull them over a little bit so you can identify where the next stitch is so your popcorn stitch is
five double crochet take your hook out go into the first double crochet of those five pop the loop back on your hook draw it through and chain one to secure it then chain one again keep doing that until you have eight
popcorn stitches and eight chain one spaces in total so i’m just finishing up my last popcorn stitch my final chain one and then once you’re happy that you have eight popcorns with eight chain one
spaces in between to finish the round we’re going to slip stitch into the chain one space in between those first two popcorns so skip this popcorn entirely and slip stitch into the chain one space and now is the time to tighten up that
magic ring at the back for the third round we’re going to start with our beginning popcorn just as we did before which is chain three which counts as your first double crochet and then four double crochet stitches and we’re going
to be working into this chain one space in between your popcorn stitches of the row below it’s one that’s two that’s three and that’s four so you have four double crochets and your chain three then pop your hook
into the top of the chain three itself draw that loop through chain one to secure it then chain one and we’re going to place another popcorn stitch into this exact same place now it doesn’t seem like there’s much room so
you’re gonna have to scooch that first popcorn around just get them out of the way and we’re going to do a second popcorn stitch just as we did the remaining seven in the last round with five double crochet stitches all into
that chain one space one two three four and five secure it with the chain one to finish so you’ll have popcorn chain one popcorn all worked into that chain one space from the round below in between your two popcorn stitches

to continue you’re going to chain one and into the next chain one space popcorn chain one popcorn all into that same space so just as you have been doing your five double crochet popcorns then chain one remember the chain
one you do to secure your popcorn stitch is not the same as the chain one space so you’ll do your popcorn and chain one to secure it then chain one do another popcorn secure it with your chain one then chain one so you want to have a
chain one space in between every single popcorn that you do so in the last remaining six chain one spaces of the row below you’re going to place popcorn chain one popcorn then chain one before moving on to the
next space you’ll have 16 popcorns and 16 chain one spaces by the end of this round so i’m just finishing up my very last popcorn of this third round that’s my popcorn done my final chain one space and then to
finish this round just like we did on the round below skip this first popcorn and slip stitch into the chain one space in between those first two so we’re just going to go ahead and slip stitch now that’s the flower motif done so go
ahead and chain one snip your yarn leaving a decent length to weave in pull that yarn through pull it tight that’ll hold for now weave in both these ends and then grab your color for squaring off so with your new color of yarn you want
to attach it to any one of these chain one spaces on the round below it doesn’t matter just in between any popcorn area just pick a chain one space and then add your yarn as you usually would either with a slipknot or just by
drawing it through now before we begin rounds four and five just a note before we start i am using the join as you go technique for my squares on my blanket i’ll be touching on that briefly during this video but if you’d like a more
in-depth look at how to do join as you go i have a link to that video in the description box below or a little card will have popped up over here now because i’m doing join as you go it means i will be doing a chain
one on the side sections now if you’re following me in your doing join as you go carry on we’re absolutely fine but if you are someone who prefers to sew your squares together or join them in a different way crocheting them
together afterwards you might want to omit that extra chain one if it makes your squares too baggy totally personal preference as to whether you put it in or not i just wanted to put that disclaimer in now it works for me
for join as you go it might not work for you having that extra little chain if you’re not so with all that out of the way let’s go ahead and start round four so for round four we’re going to chain three to start this
counts as a double crochet stitch then place another double crochet into that exact same space then chain one into the next chain one space place two half double crochet stitches half double is yarn over go in drop a loop you’ll
have three loops on your hook yarn over and pull through all three loops and another half double crochet into that same space chain one in the next chain one space two single crochet stitches chain one two half double crochets
in the next chain one and then we reach a corner section now in the corners again bit of personal preference as to how many chains you’d like to do in the corner feel free to mix this up for your personal preference
but for mine i’ve been doing two double crochet stitches chain two and then two double crochet stitches back into the same place that forms your corner then we’re back onto a side again so chain one into the next
chain one space two half double crochet stitches chain one two single crochets in the next chain one space chain one two half double crochets in the next chain one space chain one and then we’re back to a
corner which is two double crochet chain two and two double crochet all into the exact same space then we’re back to your two remaining sides so chain one two half double crochet stitches chain one two single crochet chain one
two half double crochet chain one and then you’re on your corner which is two double crochet chain two two double crochet stitches then chain one two half doubles chain one two singles chain one two half double
crochet and i will meet you back here to finish off this final corner and the end of the round all right so this is my final two half doubles of this round the sort of squaring off round and to end the round chain one and
working back into the starting space where you first joined your yarn we’re going to end with two double crochet stitches chain two then slip stitch to your initial chain three of the round right back when you very first started
then slip stitch under the first double crochet that you did i’m just working my way along and then slip stitch into the chain one space so i’ve just crept with slip stitches across those two stitches below and i’m ending in the
chain one space now the fifth and final round is the round on which we will be joining as we go so let me just grab my work in progress blanket and as this is my first square of the next round i’m starting right on the corner
as i mentioned i do have a nice detailed video on how to do join as you go but the absolute basics of it are is where you join you substitute out this chain one for a slip stitch on the adjoining square all right your final round we’re
going to go ahead and chain three which counts as your first double crochet stitch and then into that very same chain space we’re going to place a double crochet oops grabbed my tail by mistake then chain one i’m not joining on this
side yet and into the next chain one space in between your stitches two double crochet this is a super simple round chain one two double crochet into the next chain one space chain one two double crochet into the

next chain one space that’s all we do on the sides for this round chain one and then i am at a corner now for my corners on this joining round i’m actually going to be chaining three instead of chaining two purely
because that makes some maths for my poor brain just easier to work with so because i’m going to start joining on this side i’m only going to do half my corner so into this first half i’m going to do
two double crochet chain one then slip stitch into the adjoining chain space of the square i want to join two and then chain one again then back into my corner two double crochet so i’ve formed and attached my corner
all at the same time now this is my joining side so i won’t be chaining one in between my two double crochet i’m going to be slip stitching into the chain one space of this square i’m joining to so
straight away going to slip stitch to join and then work two double crochet into the next chain one space and i’m going to do this all the way until my next corner so two double crochet slip stitch so now i am back to a corner
so again i’m going to start the corner with two double crochet chain one and then i’m going to ignore this first square i’m done with this one and i’m going to slip stitch into the
chain space of this second square i cover this in a lot more detail as to why i’m doing this in my other videos so please do check those ones out then chain one again and complete your corner by popping two double crochet back into
it so that’s my joining section of my squares complete just rotate my entire blanket so for the rest of this square i’m going to be chaining one and putting two double crochet stitches into each of the
chain one side spaces so chain one two double crochet chain one two double crochet and then in my corners i’m going to do two double crochet chain three two double crochet so i’m just finishing up my final side
here i’ve got one more corner section to fill in then to finish chain one slip stitch to the top of that first chain three that you made chain one snip your yarn leaving an end to weave in afterwards weaving in
your ends is so important so make sure that you are leaving yourself a decent amount of tail pull that loop through pull it tight and your popcorn square is complete so a tiny tiny note about this join as you go method with my chain ones on the
side as you can see in the center of my blanket where i have my squares joined on all sides they are lovely and square you can see throughout the body of the blanket perfectly square on the edges you can see because of that
chain one it bows out slightly this is why i was saying you might want to omit that if you are going to sew your squares together rather than join as you go however this will be fixed the minute a border gets put onto this blanket so if your
sides are wobbly like this don’t worry you can see even if i just gently pull it that way how it instantly squares up so don’t be alarmed if your sides of your blanket are curved you can see the final thing is beautifully square
where they are joined and a border will fix any issues you have with a slight curve at the end of your project so i hope you enjoyed this tutorial i hope you go on to make beautiful popcorn flower blankets of your own please do
give this video a thumbs up if you found it helpful and until next time happy crocheting bye you

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