Again, I have another question
I feel like Im spamming the board with questions xP
I'm going over this pattern, and I'm totally confused
this is the link to the pattern i want to start:
the charts are confusing me
its saying things about multiples of 6, and thats really confusing me, and this part:
row 1: 6 sc into ring (6 sc total)
row 2: inc1 all around (12 sc)
row 3: 1 sc, inc1 around (18 sc)
row 4: 2 sc, inc1 around (24 sc)
row 5: 3 sc, inc1 around (30 sc)
what does the inc1 mean?
does it mean you do 2sc in each stitch?
thats all I could think of, because this looks a lot like the beginning of a slipper pattern I just did today, with the increase of 6 sts each row, and that same pattern backwards except instead of the inc1 it just said 2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next 2 sc, et cetera
is that like what this pattern is doing?
thanks in advance
also for some of the rows on the chart, the number of stitches are the same
do I just do the row like it says earlier on my post then just sc in each sc?
and its telling me to use the magic adjustable ring, and I have no idea what it means by that
and how do I start?
im wondering if I just put 6 sc in a chain because thats what all the amigurumi patterns I have start with, and with the slipper pattern I was commparing to