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    Help with pattern

    Can someone help or show me why this looks like.

    *(Sc into each of next 10 chs), 3 sc into next check (point); rep bet () once, Dec. Rep from* across

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    what's the pattern?

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    Hello and welcome to the crochet forums! Nice to have you here with us!

    Is the crochet pattern found online? If so, please provide a link so we can take a look at it.

    Thank you for joining us!

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    Sounds like a ripple/chevron pattern, perhaps similar to this - https://karensgardenofcolors.blogspo...42231114514123 Click on pic to enlarge.

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    Hello mrniceguy,
    You posted the following instructions looking for help. First it would help if you had a pattern reference attached or a little more of the pattern as what you are making. (blanket, sweater or other)

    *(Sc into each of next 10 chs), 3 sc into next check (point); rep bet () once, Dec. Rep from* across

    * means repeat what is between the parenthesis (Sc into each of next 10 chains), then you would make 3 sc into the next check (point) with out a pattern or a better understanding of your question I would think you are making a point of a star. Not sure if that is correct or not so I went on the Internet and found this answer for you.

    Answer by
    Sandie Petit

    Crocheting 30+ years, CYCA Certified Crochet Teacher, CGOA Master of Advanced Crochet Stitches and Techniques, owner Crochet Cabana

    It may also refer to this process later in the pattern as in "make another point". If that is the case, the process of making the point would have been in parenthesis or brackets or set apart in some manner.

    I just noticed that I copied the first answer twice.
    Hope this helps,
    Spoula
    Last edited by spoula; 05-20-2018 at 08:06 AM. Reason: Duplicate answer copied twice

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    Hi Nova55, You could be right I skipped the obvious.

    Spoula

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