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And each person has a different set of them. Mine happen to be in the area of needlework. God gave to me that I am blessed to be able to share with you! I like to call this pattern “PUPPY LOVE”! It is a combination of two of my latest patterns, Meandering Paw Prints and Hopeful Hearts. Right here I want to say a BIG heartfelt THANK YOU to the ladies who tested this pattern for me!
Without them this might have been a really big mess! They have stood beside me as I made corrections and encouraged me! Without you, this would have been crazy! Please take time to read through the pattern NOTES first and refer back to them if you have questions. If you are still experiencing difficulty with the pattern you can comment here, but the best way to get adequate help from me is to private message me at my Amy B Stitched facebook page.
If you include pictures of your troubled spot I can usually help you find your problem right away. I am a human and sometimes make mistakes! This pattern is an Original Design by Amy B Stitched. A lot of hard work goes into writing patterns. Please feel free to share the link, but do not copy and distribute this pattern by any other means. I offer my patterns for FREE so that everyone may enjoy them, but rely on blog traffic and ad clicks to generate a little bit of income for myself. I hope you understand and will respect this so that I can KEEP them FREE.
If you like getting my FREE patterns and don’t want to miss out on any future ones, you can subscribe to my blog and have all of my new entries delivered straight to your email inbox! Just type your email address into the field on the right hand column under the heading “follow by email” and click submit. Base pattern square used to determine gauge. SIZE: Each base pattern square is approx. EXAMPLE: This picture shows an afghan made with 4 of the base pattern square.
When deciding how much yarn you need you will multiply 57 yards x 4, which tells you that you will need 228 yards to complete this small afghan, plus enough to finish your edging. 2 loops, yo, insert hook into next st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops, yo, draw through remaining 3 loops on hook. Ch 2 at beginning of row does NOT count as a stitch. Rows 2, 8, 10 and 16: Do not let the dc count confuse you. This row can be tricky if you don’t follow exactly as written. 19 dc together at some points within the pattern repeat. Don’t let it confuse you when you go back to count your stitches.
Dc in last sk st: Insert the hook into the skipped stitch indicated and continue with your dc in the same manner as the other dc. This binds the two sts together into a cross stitch. On the leading and ending edges you will have an uneven amount of mesh openings. Because of the off-set mesh and the end of the row, this is the way I intended it to work. I hope you can push through!