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H (Hole) stitch

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Hi, I have a pattern for a baby blanket and one row is 2ch, 4tr,*22H, 4TR, rp from * to end, does the H stand for hole and how do you do this stitch?  I have never come across this before.

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May I ask what the name of the pattern is?  Could you show us a picture?

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H is defined under pattern stitches at the top of the pattern--ch 1, 1 tr=Hole=H.

Be aware that this pattern appears to be in British/English terms, not American, so you'll have to change tr to dc. I'm basing this on the fact that her patterns on ravelry are paid for in pounds not dollars.

Also, the pdf file should not be included in the post, especially if it's a pattern you bought. You can post a link to it instead.

Edited by greyhoundgrandma

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