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    roxanneea

    You’re all so wonderfully helpful! Thank you so so much, I will take a look at the video and spend some more time practising 😍
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    roxanneea

    I must also add - I’m in the U.K. - so I may be using terms differently
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    roxanneea

    Thanks so if I ended the row on a sc, then chained 2 - I could still start on a dc? I was under the impression chained was in place of a dc but perhaps not in this instance? thanks all
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    roxanneea

    So helpful! Thank you Brenda
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    roxanneea

    Thanks so much! And will I know if I’m going into an sc or a dc by looking at it in the first instance? I guess if I mark the last stitch I did on the row as either sc or dc, I will know what it is when I turn and want to go into the sc or dc? hope I’m making sense thanks again
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    roxanneea

    Hello crochet experts! I’m fairly new to crochet and struggling to understand this (it’s just a simple blanket pattern) Row 1 was 1sc, 1dc and I’ve finished this. 2nd row: Ch 3 (counts as dc). 1 sc in next dc 1 dc in next sc will it fall this way automatically because of the previous row? sorry if this makes no sense! thanks so much in advance
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