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Really need help with this pattern, please!

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Hi all, it has been a while since I've been here, and I am not sure if any of you even remember me, but I am stuck on this pattern and really need help!

 

Normally if I just sit long enough I can figure it out, but I just can't get past this one.

 

I hope I'm allowed to post this, since it is a free pattern.

Here is the direct link, the picture is shown there.

http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/us/pattern.php?id=5772〈=us

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Excellent article on reading a crochet pattern http://www.craftyarncouncil.com/tip_crochet.html

 

The numbers at the end are the stitch count for the row. It tells you how many stitches you should have. Since this is made to size it gives you a range of stitches.

 

Thank you for your response. I understand what the stitch count is. I'm confused about the part that says "Work 1 sc in every sc - AT THE SAME TIME inc -" In the explanation it says increase 1 st by working 2 sc in the same stitch. Is that where the 3-9 sc comes into play? How do I know how many sc to do for what size? Most patterns I have used have different sizes in brackets. This one is totally going over my head. LOL

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Hi Judith-

I remember you- :)

Sort of vague on their description isn't it?

Questions on:

Rnd 2: 2 sc in every st for a total of 12 st.

Rnd 9: Add a total of 9 st (increase) on this rnd; 1 st extra, approx. every 5 st. for a total of 57 at end of row.

Hope this helps.

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inc 3-9 sc evenly on round = 51-57 sc

 

for the S/m you inc 3 sc in the rnd and for the - m/l you inc 9 sc in the rnd

 

AT THE SAME TIME inc 7-4 sc evenly on round = 75-80 sc

 

for the S/m you inc 7 sc in the rnd and for the - m/l you inc 4 sc in the rnd

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