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chrochet bear leg pattern help

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I'm having a problem getting this one started.

Legs (make 2)
With brown yarn:
Make 9 ch.
R 1: From the 2nd ch from hook: 7 sc, 3 sc in one st, 6 sc, inc (18)
R 2: inc, 6 sc, 3 inc, 6 sc, 2 inc (24)
R 3: 1 sc, inc, 6 sc, (1 sc, inc)*3, 6 sc, (1 sc, inc)*2 (30)
R 4: 2 sc, inc, 6 sc, (2 sc, inc)*3, 6 sc, (2 sc, inc)*2 (36)
Change to white yarn:
R 5: 3 sc, inc, 6 sc, (3 sc, inc)*3, 6 sc, (3 sc, inc)*2 (42)
R 6: 4 sc, inc, 6 sc, (4 sc, inc)*3, 6 sc, (4 sc, inc)*2 (48)
Place the yarn marker in the middle!
R 7: BLO 48 sc
R 8-10: 48 sc (3 rows)
R 11: 18 sc, 6 dec, 18 sc (42)
R 12: 42 sc
R 13: 15 sc, 6 dec, 15 sc (36)
R 14: 12 sc, 6 dec, 12 sc (30)
R 15: 9 sc, 6 dec, 9 sc (24)
Stuff with fiberfill.
R 16: (4 sc, dec)*4 (20)
R 17-26: 20 sc (10 rows)
R 27: (2 sc, dec)*5 (15)
R 28: (1 sc, dec) *5 (10)
Finish stuffing.
R 29: (dec)*5 (5)
F.o.

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I think this starts by making an oval.  you work around both sides of the chain, here's a tutorial https://www.crochetspot.com/how-to-double-crochet-an-oval/   that shows it done in dc, not sc, but it clearly shows how you place the stitches, so i think it will help you.  

It seems like the pattern you have could have been a lot more clear in describing it.  Look through the rest of material with the pattern to see if it is described anywhere---other chapters of a book, other entries on a blog, etc, may contain info that helps with a specific pattern from the book/blog.  

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Agree.  That line should have said something like "R 1: SC in the 2nd ch from hook and in the next 6 chains, 3 sc in last chain.  Now working into the unused loops in the underside of the chain, 6 sc, inc in the last chain (18 stitches in the round)

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