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Garza

Dc2tog

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Hi I am Cheryl. new to this page and teaching myself to crochet. 

I think I am over thinking this row..

  ch2, (*dc2tog*, repeat 2 more times,*ch1, dc into next stitch* repeat 5 more times *dc2* together repeat 2 more times) repeat this whole sequence around.  

If I am reading this right I *dc2tog* three times then *ch1, dc into next stitch*  5 more times but in 5 separate stiches. Not all 5 times in same stitch. Then dc2 together again for a total of three and start back up with dc2 together. Goving me six in a row??  

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Hi and welcome to the 'ville!

Sounds like you got it right, doing a sequence once and repeating it 5 times means a total of 6--I'm referring to the '5 times' within the ( ).

Then you repeat the whole part in the ( ) however many more times until you use up the stitches from the prior round. If 1 iteration of all the stuff in the ( ) is one sixth of the stitches in the round, then yes, 6 repeats.  (A little confusing because in that case there are 6 repeats of a portion inside the ( ), and 6 repeats OF the ( ).

 

 

Edited by Granny Square

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Thank you. I think that is where I was struggling.  I reread it numerous times to make sure. Then I still was not sure hahaha.  Thank you for your help. 

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