Shaping-Crochet Baby Sweater
Now shape right front as follows:
Work a shell in each of next 7 shells, sk next dc of same shell (where last shell was just worked, dc in next dc, leave rem sts unworked = 7 shells, ch 3 turn
Is this a double crochet decrease? Do I just work seven shells ch 3 turn and start next row
Shell in each shell across, ending dc in top of ch 3. Ch 3 turn:woot:
From my understanding of what you have written here and from working shell pattern stitches in garments, you do not decrease by double decreases.
So you should do 7 shells + 1 dc in next dc (not sure if this dc is part of next shell or not). THEN you turn your work and ch 3. And it looks like row 2 is the same thing, 7 shells + 1 dc in top of ch 3.
Hope that helps!
shaping baby sweater
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