This technique is more about speed than it is beauty...The video I made should cover the ins-&-outs of this thing.
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Step 1: My First Attempt at a Video Instructable
Apparently they don't publish stand-alone videos...so I had to recreate with still photography
Step 2: Things You'll Need
- Green and Red #4 Acrylic yarn
- Holed Sock (rolled)
- #5 Crochet Hook
Step 3: Loop Through the Sock
With your crochet hook loop the yarn through the donut hole of the rolled sock
Step 4: Go Around
Go around the donut with the yarn creating an initial weave spiral.
Step 5: When Around
When you've gone around loop the yarn through the first "Strand."
Creating smaller secondary weaves, then go all the way around the spiral till you meet the first smaller weave then cut ans stop.
Step 6: Back the Other Way
With the Red yarn start another secondary going the opposite direction.
Keep going in the spiral to you meet the Red again cut and stop.
Step 7: Done
Then you're done ..this can be used for a cat toy or a soft ring toss game for kids with a Velcro board...