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  1. Atsen

    Atsen

    Thank you Granny Square for your additional help. It makes more sense now that you have explained the 'sack' description. I have tested same on a small amount and it seems to work. Thank you very much for your help. Have a good day.
  2. Atsen

    Atsen

    Hi Granny Square... thanks for your comments. I am a very experienced knitter and can read most patterns, I would have thought the crochet patterns {once understanding the stitches} would be pretty straightforward? I have also been onto Youtube to gleam some information and I am convinced now that this pattern or measurements of cushion are a little incorrect! The pattern is the Dandelion cushion on Deramores UK online, if you want to take a look. As you say a rectangle of 40/80cm makes sense to me or 2 40cms, thats probably the way I ll go!! Many thanks again for your time.
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    Atsen

    Many thanks both for your help.. yes it does sound odd?? I can see what you mean working along the back of the chain but my cushion measures 40 x 40cm [square] so I cant see how that will work?? I may just do 2 sides at 70/72 chain 40 x 40, may be more straightforward... do you think?
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    Atsen

    I am just starting a pattern for a cushion {beginner}. It says Chain 72..ok....beginning in 2nd ch from hook 70dc, 3dc in end st, turining as you go, work into other side of chain,69dc, 2 dc in end st, sl st to join. (144 sts). How could you double the sts and end up with 144 ? I understand the stitches etc. just missing this increase??
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