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Motif..for Baby afghan
Posted by: mrsjah1003 (IP Logged)
Date: July 18, 2009 04:10PM

Hi everyone I have just started crocheting, I know the basic stitches.

My problem is when I read the pattern I think it is missed the final R
nd 1: With white, ch 4, slst in first ch to form ring. (ch 3 counts as dc), 2dc in ring, ch 2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc), 3 timesin ring, join with sl st in top o ch-3. My question to you am I also to ch 2 then join with slst, because if I go by pattern there is not 4 ch sps.

I so hope that someone out there can answer my question.
The patterns by Martha Brooks Stein, Simply, simple afghan. Thanks for the help


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  Re: Motif..for Baby afghan Mother Hen 07/18/2009 06:50PM
  Re: Motif..for Baby afghan mrsjah1003 07/18/2009 08:03PM

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