by Elijah K.
This grows quickly, and it’s done with a chunky, bulky yarn and a large hook to make it grow even faster!
Yarn: Chunky or bulky weight, wool or alpaca blend
Hook: Whatever fits, preferably 16 mm (S)
picot: hdc, ch 4, sl st in same hdc
shell st: hdc 2, dc 3, hdc 2, all in same st
Ch 129 loosely.
Row 1: Tch of 4, tr 4, *(ch 3, sk 3, tr into next st) 3 times, tr 4, repeat from * until 12 sts from the end of the row, (ch 3, sk 3, tr into next st) 3 times.
Even rows (2-56): Tch of 4, *ch 3, sk 3, tr 5, (ch 3, sk 3, tr into next st) twice, repeat from * until end of the row, make last tr into the tch.
Odd rows (3-55):Tch of 4, same as Row 1, amd make last tr into the tch.
Row 57: Tch of 2, * picot, sk 1, shell, sk 1, repeat from * until at the end of the row, picot into the tch. Note: Even if you are above a chain-space, always picot or shell into the chain.
Cut yarn, pull through, cut both ends to 5 cm, and weave them in.
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