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K Hickman

K Hickman


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Welcome to the 'ville!

Some patterns helpfully give you a 'sanity check stitch count' at the end of each row, your pattern line probably said "Chain 25, SC in the second chain from the hook and in each chain across (= 24 SC)"

With the above simple row the sanity check is a little redundant, but on a really complicated row of lace with multiple repeats of different sets of stitches you might see something like "10 DC, 5 chain-3 spaces, 14 V stitches, 12 shell stitches" as a sanity check at the end of a row, since it's a little easier to lose your place with a pattern that mixes up all sorts of stitches in a row.

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