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need help asap please

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Trying to make a little basket and face scrubbies and get it shipped asap for my sister's bday, but I have no idea what she is talking about in rounds 6 and 7, about the 'third loops'

 

Round 5 ch 1, hdc into base of ch-1 and next 2 sts, 2 hdc into next st, (hdc into next 3 sts, 2 hdc into next st) around, join with sl st (40)

Round 6 ch 1, hdc into base of ch-1 and next 3 sts, 2 hdc into next st, (hdc into next 4 sts, 2 hdc into next st) around, join with sl st into top AND third loop of first hdc (48)

Round 7 ch 1, working into top AND third loops of each hdc, sc into base of ch-1 and next 3 sts, sc-dec over next 2 sts, (sc into next 4 sts, sc-dec over next 2 sts) around, join with sl st (40) *note: the un-worked bottom of loop of each hdc makes for a nice ridge along bowl edge

 

https://edythblayn.com/3-face-scrubbies-and-a-bowl/ 

here is a link to the free pattern. Help!

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This is one of the better explanations. Hope it helps.

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Did it! Thanks!!

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That crochet tutorial was very nice.  Thanks for posting the link. 

I'm old enough to remember when that stitch was called the camel stitch.  I own a couple of rather old pattern books using the stitch.  Recently just saw it abbreviated as tlo for 'third loop only'.

 

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