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I'm stuck on a row. someone explain what "-SK 10 DC of the right side of the collar, SS in that 10th SK stitch, DC in every DC across the entire row, avoiding the 10 DC you skipped at the beginning of the row. These stitches will remain free, and you will DC behind them. SS to the beginning DC, and CH 3" means!
 

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SS stands for slip stitch. You insert the hook through the stitch, pull up a loop and pull it thorough the chain on your needle all in one motion, it doesnt make a new stitch , but goes over or on top of the stitch you put the hook into. It is used to "travel" along a row while making a very small increase in the size of the stitch you are "piggybacking" onto.
Ashgym00 said:
I'm stuck on a row. someone explain what "-SK 10 DC of the right side of the collar, SS in that 10th SK stitch, DC in every DC across the entire row, avoiding the 10 DC you skipped at the beginning of the row. These stitches will remain free, and you will DC behind them. SS to the beginning DC, and CH 3" means!
 
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