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  1. Wow, I realized I never finished off the edging base before starting the actual edging! Can you say rookie mistake?! Thanks for the help ladies, I got it figured out now!!!
  2. Hello! I've recently started crocheting and am working on my second blanket. The pattern is called "Remembering Bruges Throw" and is a Red Heart pattern. I have completed the main part of the blanket but am stuck on the bruges edging. For some reason I always end up at the wrong end of the row and am unable to connect to the blanket with a slip stitch! Any help would be appreciated! Thank you!! *I have attached the pattern which has the photos referenced below* Bruges Edging Row 1 (right side): Ch 10, dc in the 6th ch from the hook (beginning skipped ch do not count as a st) and in each remaining ch, ch 2; with right side of either short side of edging base facing, join with slip st in first ch-5 space, turn— 5 dc. (See Photo A) Row 2: Ch 2, dc in each dc across, turn. Row 3: Ch 5, dc in each dc across, ch 2; join with slip st in next ch-5 space, turn. At this point, I always end up on the wrong end of the row where I am unable to do a slip st in the ch-5 space. Not sure if I am just turning at the wrong time or duplicating a step but it is getting frustrating. Rows 4–65: Repeat last 2 rows 31 times. Row 66: Repeat Row 2. Row 67: Ch 5, dc in each dc across, ch 2; join with slip st in same ch-5 space as previous join, turn. Row 68: Repeat Row 2. Row 69: Working in first ch-5 space of next side, repeat Row 3. Row 70: Repeat Row 2. Row 71: Repeat Row 67. (See photo B) LW5709-Remembering-Bruges-Throw-Free-Crochet-Pattern.pdf
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