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Sophie2021

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  1. I think I cracked it!! Thank you so much for all of your help!!
  2. Now I've confused myself even more. Because what I made did not look like the picture. I didn't realise I was such a novice at reading patterns, or it's the lack of sleep. Rnd 3: 1ch (counts as 1dc), *4ch, sl st to 4th ch from Hook, 1dc in each of the next 2 tr, (1dc, 6ch, 1dc, 8ch, 1dc, 6ch, 1dc) in next 2 ch-sp**, 1dc in each of next 2tr; rep from * four more times, then from * to ** once more, 1dc in next tr, sl st to first ch to join. so I've turned my work, chained one then chained a further 4, sl st in the 4th chain from my hook. Then dc in to the next 2 tr. Now I'm confu
  3. I couldn't wrap my head around the whole rnd! But you've just explained it perfectly, I think ot was the 1tr in the next 2tr that got me. Thank you so much
  4. Hello, sorry I thought I put but I didn't I have completed rnd1 but I am stuck on rnd 2
  5. Hello, sorry I thought I put but I didn't I have completed rnd1 but I am stuck on rnd 2
  6. Hello, hoping for some help as this has really puzzled me! It's to make a snowflake I'm part the way through but I am now very stuck. UK terms Chain 6 slip stitch to form a ring Rnd 1: 3ch (counts as first tr), 1tr in ring, 2ch. *2tr in ring, 2ch; rep from * four more times, sl st to 3rd of 3 ch to join, turn. Rnd 2: 3ch (counts as first tr), (1tr, 1ch, 1tr) in next 2 ch-sp, *2tr, (1tr, 1ch, 1tr) in next 2 ch-sp; rep from * four more times, 1tr, sl st to 3rd of 3 ch to join, turn. Rnd 3: 1ch (counts as 1dc), *4ch, sl st to 4th ch from Hook, 1dc in each of the next 2 t
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