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  1. Zc3f

    Shoulder shaping

    Hello Am stuck on the shoulder shaping, I currently have 20 loops across, so this seems lopsided to me if I am skipping 10 loops in the middle, leaving 5 each side. I think I must need to decrease 1 each end and create 3 loops each end leaving 12 in the middle. Or 4 loops each end and leave, 10 in the middle. The pattern says to: 1 dc into first loop (4ch, 1 dc into next loop) twice. Fasten off. Count off 10 loops across the centre. Join yarn onto next loop, 1dc into same loop (4ch, 1dc into next loop) 3 times, 2 ch. Turn, 1dc into first loop (4ch, 1dc into next loop) twice, 2 chain, 1 dc into joining dc. Fasten off. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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