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Narcissus Lace Tunisian Stitch

Narcissus Lace Tunisian Stitch
To make the Narcissus Lace Tunisian Stitch, you’ll need to get your long afghan hook and make a foundation chain with a multiple of 4 stitches. Step 1: Insert hook in 2nd chain from hook; yarn over, draw up a loop {Repeat Step 1 across row, keeping all loops on your hook.} Step 2: Yarn over, draw through 2 loops on your hook; *chain 4, draw through 5 loops on your hook {Repeat Step 2 from * across row until you have 3 loops remaining on your hook. Chain 3, draw through 3 loops.} Step 3: Chain 1, insert hook in next 3 chain stitches and in each chain stitch in each loop of chain 4.

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