I can't figure out this pattern. It's called " Prize Winning Afghan "
here it is...
PRIZE WINNING AFGHAN
Finished afghan is 60 X 64 inches including fringe. You will need 35 oz. of your color choice 4 ply yarn. I like the no-match stuff, just in case you need or what it longer. You will also need a size "I" crochet hook and 13 one inch safety pins.
GAUGE 6 dcs equal 2 inches, 2 rows equal 1".Note: Count ch 3 at end of each rows as 1 dc. In the last 2 rows ch 6, not 10 for lps.
ROW 1: Ch 253, dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in next 9 chs, ch 10 sk 10 chs (this makes lp) *dc in next 10 ch, ch 10, sk 10 chs. Repeat from* until there are 13 groups of dcs and 12 lps, ch 3, turn.
ROW 2: Dc in next 9 dcs, ch 10, sk lp, *dc in next 10 dcs, ch 10, sk lp, repeat from *, ch 3, turn. Repeat row 2 until there are 116 rows.
Fasten off.To finish lps: Start at bottom of afghan and with fingers pull first lp over 2nd lp, pull 2nd lp through, 2nd lp over 3rd, 3rd through, Repeat to end, fasten last 2 lps tog with safety pin. (Be sure all lps go in same direction.)
Fringe: Cut 10 inch lengths of yarn, fold in half. Knot one folded strand in each sc at top and bottom, trim fringe evenly.Now what do I do with all of those loops? I don't understand it.
I Can't figure out the last part. Where it says fasten Off & Fringe.
Here it is so far.
I think I'll hit the hay & try again tomorrow. Maybe I'll look at the pattern different & suddenly a light bulb goes on and I understand it!!! I know, I know... Lotsa Luck on that happening.
Dorset Summer 2017
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