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VS2 stitch in the round

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I am having trouble finding any information on the web about VS2 stitch. Is there another name for it? I found a pattern online for a doily and I’ve been wrestling with it for 4 days. This is the pattern and I’m only on row 6 and totally confused. I’ve riped out and redone the first 5 rows 4 times and have back tracked several times. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. 
 

https://virklust.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/my-fair-lady-eng-converted2.pdf

 

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A v stitch is really simple: you make a stitch, chain 1 or in this case 2, then make another stitch into the same spot.  There are numerous online guides to making a v stitch that you can view.  Most will probably only have 1 chain between the two stitches that form the V, but the principle is the same.  Here's one https://www.dummies.com/crafts/crocheting/stitches/how-to-crochet-the-v-stitch-and-shell-stitch/

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9 hours ago, magiccrochetfan said:

A v stitch is really simple: you make a stitch, chain 1 or in this case 2, then make another stitch into the same spot.  There are numerous online guides to making a v stitch that you can view.  Most will probably only have 1 chain between the two stitches that form the V, but the principle is the same.  Here's one https://www.dummies.com/crafts/crocheting/stitches/how-to-crochet-the-v-stitch-and-shell-stitch/

So what is a V2 versus a V1? Sorry, I’m really new and am not able to put this in my head if any V stitch seems to have two chains. 

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A v2 has two chain stitches, a v1 has one.   The pattern has a section titled Abbreviations which describes these stitches.  

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Posted (edited)

vst2:  (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) all in same st or space. 😀

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