Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a dish cloth that our crochet expert learned from a girls guide girl part 9/9.
Okay, so we're going to finish up our project now and we’re just doing that all the way around and the border is now coming back to where I started. So what we want to do is that we're going to finish it off right on the corner there and pull your needle the three and continue to pull through like so. So now, you see that we got the loop so now you want to tie a knot. But you know what, what I want to do is I want to pull even more string out so look at that length from my hand. Okay, so we want to tie a knot just one part of it and the second part. Pull nice and tight, get your scissors. You'll notice how I cut it like that so what we want to do is what we came in from this side here we want to bury that, we want to hide that so what we’re going to do is we’re gong to stick our needle in and more basically it just called weaving we’re just going to weave it in and out of the border piece. So I’m just through there so I'm just going to grab the needle just to get through another part of the border and pull it through. Okay and then I'm going to grab it from this side. Grab my needle and pull it through and then I'm going to comeback to this side. I'm going to grab the material and pull it through. I'm going to grab from this side grab the material pull it through, grab the material this side. If you don’t make your strings long enough what happens is that when it goes to get pull their stretch if it's not enough material then it would just fall out. What I would do is that—that’s in there pretty good and I will cut that a bit on the right there. And there you have my brand new dish cloth. You just make stretching and there you go project done. I can fold it up and put it in my storage.