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Okay,  sort of new to crocheting, I have a few Granny Square afghans under my belt, and wanted to move onto something a little more difficult. The instructions are as follows: 

ch 4 slip st into a ring (that part is no problem) 

row 1: ch 3, dc 2 in ring, ch 2 dc 3 in ring, turn- (this is the part I'm having trouble with) 6 dc; 1 ch-2 space. Fasten off. 

First, should I not make a turning chain? Just 6 dc? Also, what is the 1 ch-2 space? And does it really go at the end? I'm just all confused! 

Thanks for the help!

 

 

 

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That "6 dc; 1 ch-2 space" is what you're supposed to end up with...

 

the chain 3 at the beginning counts as your first dc, then you work two dc stitches, so that makes 3; the you have a ch 2 space, then 3 more dc's in the ring.  I'm not sure why it says turn, when it really just wants you to fasten off...

 

Does that make more sense?  :D

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The part you are asking about is just a recap of what you made in this row, so you can count your stitches. The ch 2 space is the two chain sts you made.

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Melani, sorry it seems like i am following you around lol

LOL - that's okay, everyone needs a celebrity stalker every now and again!  :wink  This time, I get to be the celebrity, right?  :rofl

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