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LJean

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Hi!

 

I am looking for someone who knows the pattern for "corn on the cob" afghan stitch. It is not the traditional one that I have already found and have been doing presently. The one I am doing now has eight double crochet into one chain to form the "cob".

 

The one I am looking for uses a single chain of 10 or so that gets twisted up somehow to form the corn rows. The corn rows are in between regular double crochet. I would greatly appreciate any input that would direct me to the directions. Thanks in advance!!!

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Hello and Welcome, sorry can't help you with the corn on the cob stitch, but if you can find the answer anywhere it will be here...good luck!

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Welcome to the Ville!!!! :welcome

 

There is a help with pattern section on your main menu. That would be the place to post you question. I don't have the answer, but someone will in that section!!!!! :clap:clap

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hi and welcome

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Howdy from Oklahoma

Welcome to Crochetville

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Hi LJean :waving and welcome to Crochetville! :hook Sorry I can't help with your question, but I hope you stick around. This is a great site with lots of great people. :yes

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Welcome :cheer You will love it here!

Cindy from Southern Califoria :crocheting

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Hi there from Minnesota

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Hi and welcome:yay

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