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I am starting a throw and for some reason I have the last rows 19-102 mixed up in my head. I understand the rest of the rows as in rows 7-12 doing those 6 x's (7-12 = 6 times).

On the 19-102 rows isn't each row done 7 times so I get to 102 rows? Now I am confusing myself, lol! Thank you.

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With A, ch 132 loosely.
Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook (3 skipped chs count as
dc), dc in each remaining ch across—130 dc.
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc), turn; dc in back loop of next st
and in back loop of each st across, dc in first skipped ch.
Row 3: Ch 3 (counts as dc), turn; dc in back loop of next st and
in back loop of each st across, dc in 3rd ch of turning ch-3.
Rows 4–6: Repeat Row 3, 3 more times, changing to B in
last st on last row.
Rows 7–12: With B, repeat Row 3, 6 more times, changing
to A in last st on last row.
Rows 13–18: With A, repeat Row 3, 6 more times, changing
to B in last st on last row.
Rows 19–102: Repeat Rows 7–18, 7 more times. At end
of last row, do not change colors. Fasten off and weave in
ends.
 

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ragdoll03 said:
I am starting a throw and for some reason I have the last rows 19-102 mixed up in my head. I understand the rest of the rows as in rows 7-12 doing those 6 x's (7-12 = 6 times).

On the 19-102 rows isn't each row done 7 times so I get to 102 rows? Now I am confusing myself, lol! Thank you.

THROW
With A, ch 132 loosely.
Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook (3 skipped chs count as
dc), dc in each remaining ch across—130 dc.
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc), turn; dc in back loop of next st
and in back loop of each st across, dc in first skipped ch.
Row 3: Ch 3 (counts as dc), turn; dc in back loop of next st and
in back loop of each st across, dc in 3rd ch of turning ch-3.
Rows 4–6: Repeat Row 3, 3 more times, changing to B in
last st on last row.
Rows 7–12: With B, repeat Row 3, 6 more times, changing
to A in last st on last row.
Rows 13–18: With A, repeat Row 3, 6 more times, changing
to B in last st on last row.
Rows 19–102: Repeat Rows 7–18, 7 more times. At end
of last row, do not change colors. Fasten off and weave in
ends.
If you repeat 7-18 (that's 12 rows) 7 times (that's 84 rows) and you add the 18 rows you already had done, then that equals 102 rows.

The whole thing is done 7 times ... not 7 times when you come to the row.

Hope that makes sense?
 

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Peachy, I am stuck! Doing rows 7-18 I understand it equals 12 rows done. I'm sorry. It's like I need it as ABC. It's just not sinking in for 19-102.

I do all the rows 1-18. I get to row 19 which is the start of repeating row 7. So I do all the repeats of rows 7-18 just once and i am done?
 

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You will do rows 1-18 which you have, then you will do it this way

Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 19-30
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 31-42
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 43-54
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 55-66
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 67-78
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 79-90
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 91-102

Does this make more sense?

Don't forget to make your color changes accordingly.
 

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Glad to help :) Post pics when you're done :thumbup:

P.S. Is your dog a Pyr? Mine is part Pyr.
 

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peachy51 said:
You will do rows 1-18 which you have, then you will do it this way

Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 19-30
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 31-42
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 43-54
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 55-66
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 67-78
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 79-90
Rows 7-18 this will actually be your rows 91-102

Does this make more sense?

Don't forget to make your color changes accordingly.
I agree best way to explain.
 

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Glennis said:
Peachy51.
You are fantastic.
LOL ... you made my day :oops: I'm just glad I could help. I know how it is because I get stumped almost every time I try to read a Drops pattern. I love their patterns, but they are written so horribly I usually just avoid them.
 
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