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Techniques used in this pattern (British term / American term): Chain stitch – ch Double crochet / Single crochet – dc/sc Treble / Double crochet – tr/dc Stitch – st 4 half tr / dc puff stitch – puff st.: yarn over hook, insert hook into space of 1ch and draw yarn up. Repeat this step 3 times (work in the same space ). Yarn over hook and draw through 8 loops, yarn over hook and draw through all loops. Foundation Chain: Multiples of 18 + 2 Row 1: Skip 1ch, * 1dc/sc in next, rep from*, turn. Row 2: 1ch, * 1dc/sc into back loop only of next st; rep from*, turn. Row 3: 1ch, * 1dc/sc into back loop only of next 3st, 2ch, skip 6st, work [ 1tr/dc + 1ch ] – 6 times in the same st, 1tr/dc in the same st, 2ch, skip 6st, 1dc/sc into back loop only of next 2st; rep from *, 1dc/sc into back loop only of last st, turn. Row 6,7 & 8: 1ch, * 1dc/sc into back loop only of next st; rep from*, turn. Row 12 & 13: Repeat Row 6. Repeat rows 2 - 13 until you have reached your desired length. How to Download Instructions ›

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