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[Crochet] Help with a row? Pattern wrong?

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Post time: 2018-7-10 12:56
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I need alittle help. I’m relatively new to crochet but I have done a few. I just finished row 8 of this pattern and row 9 well? Has no x ? So I just do the few stitches it says? Or repeat it over and over till end of row? Both scenarios don’t end up with (30) though? Am I missing something? Also row 4 I just did what it said and started the next row 2 stitches sooner, if that makes sense? Because that didn’t add up either... I’m really starting to wonder :/  can anyone help?

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Post time: 2018-8-2 11:10
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Row 9 would come out to exactly 30. You start with 24, and increase 6 stitches total to get 30. It would look like this: 3 sc, inc in the next st (bringing it to 5 total stitches)", rep. Then it would go to 8 sts (after the next 3sc), and the increase would bring it up to 10, and so on until you've done it six times ending with 30 sts. If you repeat "3sc, inc in next st" 6 times the totals would look like this as you go: 3, 5, 8, 10, 13, 15, 18, 20, 23, 25, 28, 30. Each increase brings the total to a multiple of 5. I hope that helps you. I think the problem is that it says "2inc" which should really say "inc in the next st". so you're supposed to do one increase in the next stitch, not two. Sorry this is super late, but maybe someone else will be helped by my explanation I hope.
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Duckeyd 2018-7-10 22:06
Since the 3 sc, 2 inc is between the *'s I would say that means you work 3 sc and then inc 2 in the  ...

But that would equal way more than (30) ?

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It looks like it only wants you to increase 6 stitches on that row. So divide what you have by those stitches and increase accordingly. Then work the next row and see if that works.  Post time 2018-7-10 23:12
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Natalyru.kh 2018-7-10 13:21
in the 4th row, most likely, 1sc ,1 inc, *2sc, inc* x 5, 1 sc = 24. In the 9th row - * 3sc, 1inc* x  ...

Thank you I’m going to try that
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Post time: 2018-8-12 17:56
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Natalyru.kh 2018-7-10 06:21
in the 4th row, most likely, 1sc ,1 inc, *2sc, inc* x 5, 1 sc = 24. In the 9th row - * 3sc, 1inc* x  ...

Yes that wil do

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Post time: 2018-7-10 22:06
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Since the 3 sc, 2 inc is between the *'s I would say that means you work 3 sc and then inc 2 in the next stitch to the end. Good luck
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Post time: 2018-7-10 13:21
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in the 4th row, most likely, 1sc ,1 inc, *2sc, inc* x 5, 1 sc = 24. In the 9th row - * 3sc, 1inc* x 6 =30. Row 11 - 15sc, 1 inc x 6, 15sc =42

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Yes that wil do  Details Reply Post time 2018-8-12 17:56
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Post time: 2018-8-2 23:15
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Like this
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Post time: 2018-7-10 13:36
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good luck!
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Post time: 2018-7-10 15:43
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good luck!
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