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antonia
12-11-2007, 11:28 PM
I am totally confused has any one used this pattern. The instructions are confusing me for instanct begin in 2nd chain from hook and woking in the top loop only,sc-inc IN IN FIRST CHAIN , 12SC , 13 (17,21) HDC,5 HDC IN END CHAIN.FIRST CHAIN,

The pattern is for sizes 5-6 (7-8,9-10)

mY QUESTION AFTER CREATING A 28 STITCH CHAIN, i NEED IN 2ND CHAIN FROM HOOK WORKING IN TOP LOOP, SC-IN THEN DO 12 SC, WHAT DOES THE 13 MEAN?

ANOTHER ONE SC-INC 4SC,23(27,31) HDC, HDC-INC 2HDC HDCINC, 1 HDC HDC-INC 2 HDC HDC-INC , 23(27,31) HDC, 4 SC,SC-INC. JOIN WITH SL-ST CH-1 TURN (71,79 87


hELP

WandaT
12-12-2007, 07:50 AM
Um, I crochet and this is confusing to me too. I think I would have to see the whole pattern to try and figure it out. I don't know why in the world some patterns are written like this. I guess to the writer, who knows what he/she's doing, it makes sense. If all else fails, I would contact FT for clarification.

antonia
12-12-2007, 10:03 AM
Thanks, I appreciate your response

benee16
12-14-2007, 10:45 AM
You are going to ch 28, in the second ch you will sc 1, then do 12 more sc in the next 12 chains, then do 13 hdcs for size 5-6, (17 hdc for the next size up), etc in the next 13 chains, then do 5 hdcs in the last of the 28 chains. The brackets show changes in number of stitches according to the size. So the first number within the brackets is for size 7-8 and the second number in the brackets is for size 9-10. Most patterns do this if there are different sizes to make.
Denise

marykz
12-14-2007, 10:54 AM
ANOTHER ONE SC-INC 4SC,23(27,31) HDC, HDC-INC 2HDC HDCINC, 1 HDC HDC-INC 2 HDC HDC-INC , 23(27,31) HDC, 4 SC,SC-INC. JOIN WITH SL-ST CH-1 TURN (71,79 87


hELP
sc-inc means increase (making 2 sc stitches in one space) same with hdc-inc (two half double crochet stitches in one space) the numbers in parentheses are how many stitches you should have at the end for each size.

to join with a slip stitch is to join that row into a circle with a slip stitch. then turn the work instead of working in a spiral.

hth, mkz