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Jude in a juke

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  • Favorite hook type
    Steel
  • Favorite projects
    Doilies mostly
  1. I found a pattern for a cat oven mitt that I really like, and I managed to find the pattern, but it's all in Russian photos, so unfortunately I can't copy and paste it into google translate or anything else like that. It would be greatly appreciated if someone could translate for me!
  2. Thank you, that was just such a hard thing for me to understand earlier! Your description is perfect, and it makes much more sense now.
  3. I understand that part just fine. The part I do not understand is the cluster. Specifically, Cluster: Holding last 2 lps of next 6 sts on hook, work (3 dc in next shell) twice, yo and through all lps on hook. I can understand everything else in this pattern, except the cluster.
  4. I've been working on a Pineapple Strawberry doily for a few days now, and I've just come across the cluster stitch they have written on the page that I just can't seem to understand. Here is a photo of a finished version of the doily I've found online, https://c2.staticflickr.com/2/1420/1160703213_c78a18e90a_b.jpg here's a photo of where I am on mine, https://scontent.fsnc1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpf1/v/t1.0-9/11900082_1153381578010584_5014055844945501072_n.jpg?oh=87c1c57dfb51d65eb5201c077e9e9a5d&oe=5671A28D and here is the stitch I'm having problems with, as well as a link to the full free pattern. Rnd 28: Beg shell in shell, shell in next ch-2 sp, shell in next shell, * ch 3, cluster, ch 3, shell in next shell, shell in next ch-2 sp, shell in next shell, ch 3, (sl st in next ch-4 lp, ch 4) 5 times, sl st in next ch-4 lp, ch 3 **, shell in next shell, shell in next ch-2 sp, shell in next shell, rep from * around, end rnd at **; join. Cluster: Holding last 2 lps of next 6 sts on hook, work (3 dc in next shell) twice, yo and through all lps on hook. http://www.momsloveofcrochet.com/PineappleStrawberryDoily.html I've tried figuring it out on my own for the last hour or so to no avail. If anyone could show me some pictures of how to do this certain cluster stitch, that would be wonderful. If no pictures, then try to break it down for me in the easiest way possible, since it's hard for me to understand this as it is. Please and thank you! It would be greatly appreciated.
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