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This shows you how to work in front loops only and back loops only.

https://thewoobles.com/pages/parts-of-a-crochet-stitch

 *sc 1, hdc 1, sc 1 in one st, sc 1 in next st,* 21 times you work the entire sequence within the * * 21 times

 *sc 1, hdc 1, sc 1 in one st, you are increasing here by making 3 stitches into 1 stitch of the previous round.  You will be using 21 stitches of previous round and making 63 stitches.

sc 1 in next st. Here you are making 1 stitch into 1 stitch of previous round so you use 21 stitches and make 21 stitches

So we used 42 stitches in round 14 and made 84 stitches in round 15

 

 

 

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^What she said.  Conventionally, when there is a bunch of stuff happening in 1 stitch, that 'stuff' is surrounded by parentheses, so it should have said 

"  *(sc 1, hdc 1, sc 1) in one st, sc 1 in next st,* 21 times " - which would have been a whole lot clearer.  

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