Hello, it's me again lol
You are probably getting sick of seeing my pictureless name come pu on here XD LOL!!!! But, I am having a really hard tome reading this one pattern I'm trying to learn from a book I got form the library.
The pattern goes
Row 1: *Sk 2 ch, [ 2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc] all in the next ch (shell made), sk 2 ch, sc in the next ch *, rep bet *s across,turn (6 shells completed)
Row 2: Ch 3, dc in last sc (1/2 shell), *sc in ch-1 sp, shell in sc *, rep bet *s across ending sc in ch-1 sp, 2 dc in last st of the previous row (1/2 shell), turn.
Row 3: (this is basically the same as row 1 except that we are working over an established row instead of a foundation chain. It differs from row 2 in that there are no half-shells at the end) Ch 3, * shell in sc, sc in ch-1 sp *, rep bet *s across, turn.
Now, this is totally confusing, I know what all the abbreviations are ( I have been trying my hardest to learn them lol ) but, it doesn't make any sense at all to me, even if I read out the abbreviations to their full length. I even have a piece of the material I have been working on in front of me and have been trying to figure it out for ever. Please help me!
Again, as always, your help will be much MUCH appreciated.
P.S. The book is "crocheting in plain english" by Maggie Righetti pg. 124-125, sorry, force of habit from school lol.
Edited by O-Castitatis-Lilium, 05 February 2013 - 07:56 PM.