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Date Posted: 14:02:14 11/18/11 Fri
Author: Thaumaoturgos
Author Host/IP: webcrawler01.kroger.com / 158.48.6.139
Subject: Newbe question on borders

Hello, I'm new to crochet. Still trying to figure some of the terminology. Could someone explain or point me in a direction that explains this? This is for the border of an afghan, I'm assuming it's the base of the fringe. I have made the gauge square and the size is right. I wanted to add the border and fringe to the gauge square so I know what I am doing before it start the full project. I know that the sc count will be different since it is just a portion, but other than that, this makes no sense to me. If I ch 1 and do not turn, am I supposed to be going up the side of the square? I'm guessing that evenly spaced means that I will not be hooking every loop on the side. Next portion I have no clue. help please.

"Ch 1, do not turn; working in end of rows, work 155sc evenly spaced across; working in free loops of beginning ch 3 sc in first ch, work 99 sc evenly spaced across to last ch, 3 sc in last ch; working in end of rows, work 155 sc evenly spaced acrossed: 415 sc.

Jason

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