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Hi all. I'm very much a beginner when it comes to crochet. I've only done practice things, like a few coasters and a cozy. I wanted to move onto something a little (only a little!) more complex, so I found a pattern on redheart.com for some some simple slippers. Here's the link: http://www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/WR2031.pdf I was doing fine until row 14. I don't really understand how I'm supposed to end up with 21 stitches when I only chained 14 in the row before. I'm sure I'm missing something. Am I reading the instructions incorrectly? Any help is appreciated. Thanks! Bri
MATERIALS: Yarns: Slipper: Worsted/Aran, dark and light green Daisies: Sport/Light DK, yellow and white Crochet Hooks: Slipper: 5mm (metric) / size H (US) / size 6 (UK / Canada) Daisies: 3mm (metric) / closest US size is C / size 11 (UK / Canada) Yarn Needle to weave in the ends Stitch Marker NOTES: I made this pattern to fit my feet. I’m a size 39 (EU) / 8.5 (US), the slippers are ca. 29cm/11.5″ long and 10cm/4″ wide. They have a bit of stretch, so they should fit 1-2 sizes bigger too. You can adapt them to your length by making more or fewer rounds were mentioned