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I'm stuck on a pattern and I could really use some help.

What does this mean:

Row 1: 1 sc in ring, ch 1, turn (1)
Row 2: 2 sc in next sc, ch 1, turn (2)
Row 3: 2 sc in each sc, ch 1, turn (4)
Row 4: 1 sc in each sc (4) FO

 

It's the first row I'm wondering about. Am I supposed to make a magic ring? Or maybe a ring made of ch?

 

This is the pattern:
http://aprildraven.blogspot.se/2011/01/brown-pony.html
 

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They have you using the magic ring through the pattern.  They want you to make the magic ring and only do 1 sc then pull tight.  In the other parts you di about 6 or 8 sc in the ring.

 

I myself would ch2, scin second ch from hook  Then ch1 turn. (1 sc)

 

Row 2,  2 sc in the sc you made.  ch1 Turn(2 sc)

 

Row 3  2 sc in each sc ch1 turn (4sc)

 

Row 4 1 sc in each sc (4sc ) finish off.

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I have to agree with Tampa Doll.  The rest of the pattern has you using a magic ring to start each part, so she meant to write "magic" before ring.  However, with only one stitch in the ring, it may come undone and be more difficult to weave your end in.  I would also: chain 2, sc in the 2nd chain from the hook, chain 1, and proceed with Row 2 of the pattern.

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