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    I think this is somewhere between Irish or scotish design.

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    HiMarcello looks like Irish and Scottish are very much a like.

    Here is another video from "Sheruknitting.com" for a flower but the middle of the flower is the stitch the lady is looking for. She would have to put hers closer together to get that loop look.



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    This an Irish stich

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    I'm going to throw my 2 cents worth in here. I believe the stitch you're referring to is called a "cable stitch" described in Beginner's Guide Crochet Stitches & Easy Projects, Leisure Art Little Book, with the green front.

    Multiple of 3 + 2 chs.
    Row 1 - Sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across.
    To work Cable (uses next 3 sc) - Ch 3 loosely, skip 2 sc, sc in next sc. Turn. Working on ch just made, sc in each of next 3 chs {or you could just work OVER the chain}, slip st in next sc (sc made before ch 3). Turn. Working behind cable, sc in 2 skipped sc.
    Row 2 (right side) - Ch 1, turn; sc in first sc, work Cables across, slip st in last sc (sc made after ch 3 of last cable).
    Row 3 - Ch 1, turn; working in front of cables, sc in first slip st and next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc, (sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc) across to last 2 sc, sc in last 2 sc. Repeat rows 2 and 3 for pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoula View Post
    when you click on the website you posted there is a picture of the item and the chart on how to make it is below the picture. It is too small for me to read the symbols to see what stitches she would need for that loop thing,

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    Hi Spoula,
    I still don't know where you saw the chart. Can you post it?

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    Below is an Iris lace video showing how to do that stitch. You jogged my memory I needed that.



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    I started to watch that video and intend to complete watching it soon enough. Tks. for that.

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    I wanted to know where I could get this doily.. so this one doily is called Linda and by Zoya Matyushenko. She has a page on Raverly
    that give detail on purchasing it..

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    I think this is an Irish stitch

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    There is a step by step video on here
    https://www.studioknitsf.com/diagonal-rib-knit/

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