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Old 11-11-2012, 12:39 PM   #4
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Yes, doing it on the stitch 2 rows below will make an elongated stitch or a folded up one. It may also mean the same as 'front post' which doesn't mean to make the stitch in the top loop, but in the vertical loop of a dc instead.

I found a picture, and it looks like the regular rows are done through the back loop, leaving the front loops free. Or is it Tunisian crochet? In that case there would be a front loop to work into.
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