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Old 11-27-2008, 02:21 PM   #1
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Help with flower scarf - Problem solved
Hello, I'm doing the flower scarf
http://www.learn-how-to-crochet.com/flower.html

I'm stuck after the first flower motif. How do I do the next flower motif?
Do I break yarn after the first motif? It begins to make sense, if it is like that...

Here's the motif.

1st Round: Work 3ch, 15tr into ring, ss into 3rd ch.

2nd Round: Work 4ch, 2dtr into join, leaving last loop of each dtr on hook, yoh, pull through all sts [cluster made], * 10ch, miss next st, 3dtr cluster in next tr. Repeat from * finishing with 10ch, ss into top of 1st cluster.

Work next flower motif as above to *, 5ch, dc into 10ch loop on 1st motif, 5ch, miss next tr, 3dtr cluster in next tr, 5ch, dc into next 10ch loop on first motif, 5ch. Finish as 1st motif.

EDIT:
Found out how to do it...
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Old 11-27-2008, 07:25 PM   #2
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That is a very pretty pattern. I hope you show us a picture of yours when you are finished.

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