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Written Instructions http://crochet-mania.blogspot.com/2009/05/crochet-shell-variation-4-afghan-or.html Teaching the World to Crochet, One Stitch at a Time More from Crochet Geek on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/tjw1963 http://www.youtube.com/user/crochet Blogger - http://www.crochet-mania.blogspot.com/ Subscribe - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tjw1963 Video Tutorial: Crochet Shell Variation 4 - Afghan or Scarf Materials Crochet Hook Size K was used in the video 4 ply yarn Abbreviations CM = Centimeters SK - Skip CH's - Chains SC - Single Crochet DC - Double Crochet Shell - 5 Double Crochet -For this project, the 5 double crochet worked together will be called a shell. Multiple: 6 chains ( Chains will be added or taken away in increments of 6 to adjust the size) Row 1: Work 2 DC in the 2nd CH from the hook, SK 2 CH's, SC in the next, *SK 2 CH's, work 5 DC in the next CH, SK 2 CH's, SC in the next. Repeat from * for the width. For the edge, SK 2 CH's and work 3 DC in the last CH. Row 2: CH 3, turn, work 2 DC in in the same stitch as the beginning CH. This is the edge 1/2 shell. *Work 5 DC in the (center)3rd stitch of the next Shell. Continue across from * for the remainder of the row. Upon completion of the row, work 3 DC in the last double crochet, edge shell to form a straight edge on each side. Row 3: CH 3, turn, work 2 DC in in the same stitch as the beginning CH. This is the edge 1/2 shell. SC between the shells. *Work 5 DC in the (center)3rd stitch of the next Shell. SC between the shells. Continue across from * for the remainder of the row. Upon completion of the row, work 3 DC in the last double crochet, edge shell to form a straight edge on each side. Repeat rows 2-3 for the length of the pattern stitch.
Length: 22:00

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