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Re: Shell Pattern Problem
Posted by: craftsman (IP Logged)
Date: March 25, 2009 05:21PM

Thank you for giving the URL - it's much easier to see the whole pattern and discern what's going on.

The instructions say this:
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc), in the ch-3 space of previous row, work [3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc], dc in last st (turning ch-3 of previous row), turn.

Did you remember to "dc in last st"? The turning ch-3 at one end and this dc at the other end provide the spaces (sideways) into which you work the edging.

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  Shell Pattern Problem KelliO 03/25/2009 04:30PM
  Re: Shell Pattern Problem craftsman 03/25/2009 05:21PM
  Re: Shell Pattern Problem KelliO 03/26/2009 02:45AM
  Re: Shell Pattern Problem Alex 03/26/2009 11:01AM
  Re: Shell Pattern Problem KelliO 03/26/2009 12:45PM

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