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What does, "Thread over, insert hook where last loop was drawn through and pull loop through" mean?


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Thread over, insert hook where last loop was drawn through and pull loop through....I understand what thread over means (I'm assuming it's the same as yarn over) and I understand pull loop through, but I don't get what "insert hook where last loop was drawn through" means. Detailed help would be great! If anyone needs the stitch I did before this one to help tell me how to find the "last loop", I'll give you that info.

 

I've attached a picture of what I'm trying to make. I'm on the outside stitches that look like small popcorn stitches (which I've never crocheted). I can't figure that stitch out. Here's the entire stitch pattern:

 

 

Ch 3, thread over, insert hook in next sc and pull loop through,  (thread over, insert hook in same sc and pull loop through) twice; thread over, skip 1 sc, insert hook in next sc and pull loop through, thread over and pull through all loops on hook, ch 1 to fasten (a loop cluster). * 
(Thread over, insert hook where last loop was drawn through and pull loop through) 3 times; thread over, skip 1 sc, insert hook in next sc and complete loop cluster. Repeat from * around. Join with sl st to top st of 1st ch made.

 

Thank you!

 

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If I'm reading it correctly, what it's telling you to do is to go into the SC where you pulled up the last loop from the previous stitch. So you are re-using the last sc from previous stitch as the first sc for next stitch. 

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