HOOK: 4mm hook
US Terms UK Terms in red brackets
Pattern repeat is multiples of 14sts +3
ch126 + 3 and + 1 to turn (130sts)
ROW 1: sc [dc], in 2nd ch from hook, sc [dc], in every st to end turn. (129sts)
repeat to end
(Note: US Terms...3sc, 2dc, 2tr, 3dtr, 2tr, 2dc, repeat, the dtr will sit over the sc and the sc with sit over the dtr in the next row after the row of sc in every st.)
finish with sc [dc], in last 3sts. (129sts)
ROW 3: repeat row 1 sc [dc], in every st. (129sts)
ROW 4: ch4, counts as first dtr [ttr], dtr [ttr], in next 2sts, 1tr [dtr], in next 2sts, dc [tr], in next 2 sts, sc [dc], in next 3sts, dc [tr], in next 2 sts, tr [dtr], in next 2sts,
repeat to end, finish with 1dtr [ttr], in last 3sts. (129sts)
continue to repeat rows 3 and 4 to complete the length you require.
I'm often asked about the little circle or flower i start my work with...yes it a me thing makes the piece mine if you like, but it does serve a purpose too....no end to deal with.
And on a long base chain, occasionally I miss count the 200+ Stitches often a complaint I here......
with these extra few chain stitches to the flower I have a few stitches to play with...solves another possible problem.
100g ball has made a piece 8.5" x 32" perfect for a neck wrap.
A baby blanket would probably need 4 maybe 5 balls
to make approx. 32" x 35"