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after your last set of 3 dc's, chain 1 and move to the next chain-1-space. here we are going to make another set of: 3dcs, chain 1, 3dcs.

after your last set of 3 dc's, chain 1 and move to the next chain-1-space. here we are going to make another set of: 3dcs, chain 1, 3dcs.

this row is going to be different: we are going to make sets: 2 sets of 3dc's and 1 set of 3 dc's. as you see in the picture above. after your chain 3: make another 2dc, chain 1 and then 3dc's. chain 1 and move onto the next chain1-open space and make another set of 3dc. but NOT two sets. this row is: 1 set, 2 sets, 1 set, 2 sets (separated by a chain 1) all around.

this row is going to be different: we are going to make sets: 2 sets of 3dc's and 1 set of 3 dc's. as you see in the picture above. after your chain 3: make another 2dc, chain 1 and then 3dc's. chain 1 and move onto the next chain1-open space and make another set of 3dc. but NOT two sets. this row is: 1 set, 2 sets, 1 set, 2 sets (separated by a chain 1) all around.

and chain 1 again. then add 3 more sets of 3dc's, chain 1. in total you have 5 groups of 3 dc's (all separated by one chain).

and chain 1 again. then add 3 more sets of 3dc's, chain 1. in total you have 5 groups of 3 dc's (all separated by one chain).

10x 3dc's. so the first row (yellow) has 5 sets of 3dc's. the next row (orange) has 2 sets of 3dc's in each open chain-1-space: so 10 sets of 3dc's. i hope that make sense. otherwise grab yourself some coffee and come back later. now join in the second dc of the first set of 3dc's (see my picture above). chain3

10x 3dc's. so the first row (yellow) has 5 sets of 3dc's. the next row (orange) has 2 sets of 3dc's in each open chain-1-space: so 10 sets of 3dc's. i hope that make sense. otherwise grab yourself some coffee and come back later. now join in the second dc of the first set of 3dc's (see my picture above). chain3

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