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Sep 17, 2019 23:59:21   #
Aashi
 
I have followed this pattern and have been able to successfully make it till Row 9 but I am having problems continuing further.
In Row 9 there are in total (3+3+3+4+3+3+3) 22 stitches
And in row 10 I have to make 9 single sc and 3 sc together and then 8 single sc which means total 18 stitches.
So in Row 9 - 22 stitches
In Row 10 - 18 stitches

Thus, 4 stitches are extra. I do not know where I am going wrong. I would be glad if anyone can help.


 
Sep 18, 2019 00:37:22   #
HandyFamily (a regular here)
 
I am counting 7x3 stitches on row 7... I don't see 4 stitches on that arch...
Sep 18, 2019 00:48:41   #
Judy M (a regular here)
 
What is the pattern? It looks like a doily. Is there a written pattern? Originally in Russian?
How can you tell which row is which?
Sep 18, 2019 00:54:17   #
laceluvr (a regular here)
 
I tried enlarging your chart on my computer; but it's still hard to see for sure. What I can make out, is that you will be making a sc in each dc of the previous row. However, when you get to the 4-stitch center of the arc (I'm thinking they are shells); you will make a sc in each of the dc stitches from row 9. There seems to be an inverted triangle with a number 3 in it in the center of the arc on the 10th row. Can't tell for sure; but you should at least have 22 sts (maybe more) on the 10th row; otherwise it will start to pucker. As you go outward in the circle it should have some increase rows to keep the pattern flat.
Sep 18, 2019 00:57:52   #
Jessica-Jean (a regular here)
 
Judy M wrote:
...
How can you tell which row is which?
By learning to read crochet charts: https://www.garnstudio.com/lesson.php?id=69&cid=19
They make it MUCH easier to follow a complicated pattern than text alone.
Sep 18, 2019 01:22:54   #
Aashi
 
Here I have zoomed in the image.
Row 9 is the one in pink and above that is Row 10.
In the pink one there are 22 stitches (3sc inc) and (4sc inc).
Where as above in row 10 there are if you count the X there are 17 and one 3 sc inc which makes it 18 because the 3sc increase has to be completed in one stitch. Well that's what I understood.


 
Sep 18, 2019 01:31:05   #
Aashi
 
What does the 3 inside the V means?
Sep 18, 2019 02:16:20   #
HandyFamily (a regular here)
 
Aashi wrote:
Here I have zoomed in the image.
Row 9 is the one in pink and above that is Row 10.
In the pink one there are 22 stitches (3sc inc) and (4sc inc).
Where as above in row 10 there are if you count the X there are 17 and one 3 sc inc which makes it 18 because the 3sc increase has to be completed in one stitch. Well that's what I understood.


Oh... They are numbers (denoting the number of stitches), not 3 dashes (for 3 stitches)...
Guess I do need glasses...
Sep 18, 2019 02:17:35   #
HandyFamily (a regular here)
 
Aashi wrote:
What does the 3 inside the V means?


It means 3 stitches under the arch of the 2 chain st below.
Sep 18, 2019 02:42:57   #
Aashi
 
Can you please explain. In Row 9 there is 4 written above V and above that in Row 10 there is 3 written above V, so does it mean that I have to make 4 sc in one chain in Row 9 and 3 sc in one chain in Row 10.


Sep 18, 2019 03:06:44   #
kaixixang (a regular here)
 
I will have to type most of this on my desktop computer. I have handwritten up to finish of row 7 so far. Patience.
 
Sep 18, 2019 04:47:10   #
Jessica-Jean (a regular here)
 
Aashi wrote:
Can you please explain. In Row 9 there is 4 written above V and above that in Row 10 there is 3 written above V, so does it mean that I have to make 4 sc in one chain in Row 9 and 3 sc in one chain in Row 10.
The 3 written above the V in Row 10 is slightly to the left of the center of the 4 written above the V in Row 9, and there seems to be an X in the same space above that in Row 10. If the X means a single crochet, then I believe there's one added in that group above the 4 written above the V in Row 9.

Makes any sense, or is just adding to the confusion?
Sep 18, 2019 04:53:19   #
Jessica-Jean (a regular here)
 
Found the website it's from: https://sozdavaisam.ru/krasivyj-mnogotsvetnyj-pled-persidskij-kover-kryuchkom
Second project down.
Copying it from there and opening it in Paint, it should be much easier to see - at least for these old eyes.
Sep 18, 2019 05:07:58   #
Jessica-Jean (a regular here)
 
It is possibly the same as this pattern: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/persian-tile-blanket/people

So, someone actually bought it.
Then, someone in China scanned it, added a watermark to it, and posted it online, where someone in Russia added her watermark to it and re-posted it online. And it comes back to KP for help deciphering the at least twice posted chart. Wonderful what a small world this has become!
Sep 18, 2019 06:38:04   #
MMWRay (a regular here)
 
Row 9 has a sc between the groups of 3,3,3,4,3,3,3.
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