ROWS 20 – 29

The markers help me find rows without counting all the time. The first 10 rows are covered with the first marker. The next marker covers rows 11 – 20. The next rows are very similar the only changes are in the waves.

Row 20: 2 dc cluster – 4 ch – (2 dc cluster – 4 ch – 2 dc cluster ) in the same space – 4 ch – repeat. Check the lower left photograph, I wish I had a way to number the rows in the photograph.

Row 21: 2 dc cluster – 4 ch – 8 dc (without spaces) -4 ch -2 dc cluster – 1 dc – 2 ch – 1 dc – 4 ch – what you need to visualize is this: the pineapple sits between 2 dc cluster, with that in mind you can see the other stitches. It is easy to memorize the first pineapple and then repeat.

Row 22: changes: 2  dc cluster – 3 ch – 9 dc separated by 1 ch ( 1 dc in the first and last dc of row 21 and in each space) – 3 ch – 2 dc cluster – 3 ch – fan (2dc – 1 ch – 2dc) – 3 ch – 1 dc – 1 ch – 1 dc – 3 ch – fan (2dc – 1 ch – 2dc) – 3 ch, and repeat.

Row 23: changes: 2 dc cluster – 3 ch – 7 waves (waves are 4 ch) – 3 ch – 2 dc cluster (aka pineapple from now on)- small fan (2 dc – 1 ch – 2 dc) – 3 ch – 2 dc – 2 ch – 2 dc – 3 ch – small fan – 3 ch and repeat.

Row 24 – 28: these rows are all the same except for the waves. The waves will go from 7  to 1.  Here is the simplified version: pineapple – 3 ch – small fan – 3 ch – large fan (4 dc – 2 ch – 4 dc) – 3 ch – repeat. Remember to check your work that all stitches are correct.

Row 29: changes: we will add 1 extra chain. Here it is: pineapple – 4 ch – small fan – 4 ch – large fan – 4 ch – repeat.

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  1. You make it look and sound easy. 🙂

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