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« on: December 05, 2006 01:10:44 AM »

Okay, probably a dumb question, but here goes: I've started the cold shoulders capelet, and am now starting the shell rows.
I know the directions say skip 6 stitches between each shell, but chart shows 6 dc between 2 shells on the sides, but only 5 dc between middle shells...   Huh Huh?

Does that mean there is a difference between the ones you do at both ends with the half-shells ?

Hope you'll see what I mean...  Thanks for any reply !


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« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2006 10:05:19 AM »

I made this one for a friend of mine some weeks ago, and I remember I was a bit confused about the "between stitches". I think I just skipped 6 dc and made the shell in the next... Maybe it wasnt right, but in the end it worked.  Grin

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