Saturday, April 12, 2014

Square 6 -- Daffodil Square

My next square was inspired by Linda from

Linda N's Ravelry Store

Here is Linda's square...I like her colors better than mine,
I went with my color scheme
and this is what I got.
I followed Linda's downloadable free pattern and followed it through row 10
 except I used and H hook.
My instructions probably aren't very clear and I apologize for that in advance.
I'm writing them out in my own way mainly for me to go back and make more squares for another afghan, but I will be more than happy to try to help you understand my way of writing if you are interested in making some of these squares. 
 Just leave a comment or email me.
Row 11:  (yellow) 2 DC, ch 2, 2 DC in each corner and then a V-Stitch in each V-Stitch of the previous row until you reach the end of each row I just used 1 DC for the last stitch.  So each side has 6 V-Stitches and 5 DC.
Row 12:  (white)  2 SC, ch 2, 2 SC in each corner, 1 SC in each the back loop of each DC of the previous row and a SC in each V-Stitch of the previous row.  (27 SC)
Row 13:  2 HDC, ch 2, 2 HDC in each corner and a HDC in each SC of the previous row. (31 HDC in each row)
Row 13:  2 SC, ch 2, 2 SC in each corner and a SC in each HDC of the previous row. (35 SC in each row)

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