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by That's MISS Raging Bitch to you (miss_tish)
at December 20th, 2007 (01:13 pm)

(I can't seem to post to crochetcrochet.... hopefully someone here can help me with this question)

I have a pattern with some obscure instructions. I'm hoping I can get some opinions here.

In the first row there are a series of shell stitches and "V-stitches". According to the pattern, the V-stitch is made as follows: 1dc, ch 1, 1dc (all in the same stitch). Simple enough.

The remaining row instructions are what's throwing me. Again, it's a series of shell and v-stitches. However, the instructions say, "Shell in ch-2 sp of next shell. Ch1. V-st in next V-st." Say what now? From what I can tell, I've got 4 options:
1. Stitch into the first dc
2. Stitch into the ch1
3. Stitch into the second dc
4. Stitch into the SPACE made by the ch1

If this was your project, where would you put your v-stitches? Thanks so much!!!

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Posted by: divinerose (divinerose)
Posted at: December 20th, 2007 07:10 pm (UTC)
hooked on crochet

you do the V-stick into the SPACE made by chain 1 of the V-stick in the previous row. so number 4.

Posted by: Isabel (pyrrhicvictory)
Posted at: December 20th, 2007 08:03 pm (UTC)

yup.

Posted by: Walden (walden121)
Posted at: December 20th, 2007 10:11 pm (UTC)

exactly what divinerose said, in the space made by the chain 1 of the V-stitch

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