It's the same stitch as the one right below your new chain 3. Technically with double crochet, your first chain 3 at the beginning of a row counts as a double crochet so you would skip that first space. In this pattern, however, you want to work a double crochet in that same space, so that you have what counts as two double crochets in the same stitch. Hope that helps!
Not good wording in that pattern, but I take it be just the same as kounting sheep.You look like the Ripple Queen! Blog walking this am, thought I'd pop in and say hi.Welcome mats always out, do stop in.Have a great daySandy
Good luck. I've seen some mighty nice afghans from the pattern you are using. The soft waves pattern is the only one I wanted from that book, so I'm just waiting for the library to get it in. I already have 40 Ripple Afghans and 101 Ripple patterns. It's not that I don't want the book, but that I already have too many craft books!
Hello, I just got here. I have no idea what you're talking about but I intend to find out! Thankfully your other readers seem far better informed! Lovely blog. t.x
kounting sheep is right, I've had patterns like this before...just happened upon your blog from Sherri's, so glad I did, now to read more.....
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Love your ripple blankets. A few have been popping up on quilting blogs I visit. Looks like I need to add something to my "to-do" list. :)
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