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Welcome to the 'ville!

Crochet stitches are sort of magical, you can put 1 to about  20 into 1 stitch (beyond 20-ish it gets a little hairy tho).

Remember that a chain 'floats in the air', it doesn't take up room IN a stitch.  So if | is a dtr and ° is a chain, that's |°|°|°|°| all in 1 stitch, but only 5 DTRS are taking up space IN that stitch, the 4 chains are floating above.

Since you have crammed all that into 1 stitch, the next step is telling you to skip (miss) 3 stitches in the row below to allow room for all those crammed stitches, they will sort of spread out like a fan \°\°\°/°/ (except much more together at the bottom of course), so they need space (skipped stitches) to allow them to lie flat.

 

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