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Items Needed:
3oz. of WW yarn (I used a little over one skein of Sugar n' Cream yarn)
G hook (or hook needed to obtain gauge)

Gauge:8 "dc ch1" stitches should be 3" across. 2 rows of dc ch1 should be 1" high

1. In Adjustable Ring: ch3 (counts as first dc and ch1), *dc ch1* 7 times, slip to first ch space, (8 dcs 8 ch spaces)
2. ch 3 *dc ch1 dc ch1 in next ch1 space*, from * to * around, slip to first ch space (16 dcs, 16 ch spaces)
3. ch 3 *dc ch1 dc ch1 in next ch1 space, dc ch1 in next ch1 space*, from * to * around, slip to first ch space (24 dc, 24 ch spaces)
4. ch 3 dc in next ch1 space *dc ch1 dc ch1 in next ch1 space, dc ch1 in next two ch1 spaces*, from * to * around, slip to first ch space (32 dc, 32 ch spaces)
5. ch 3 dc in next two ch1 spaces *dc ch1 dc ch1 in next ch1 space, dc ch1 in next three ch1 spaces*, from * to * around, slip to first ch space (40 dc, 40 ch spaces)
6. ch 3 dc in next three ch1 spaces *dc ch1 dc ch1 in next ch1 space, dc ch1 in next four ch1 spaces*, from * to * around, slip to first ch space (48 dc, 48 ch spaces)
7. ch 3 *dc ch1 in next ch1 space*, from * to * around, slip to first ch space (48 dc, 48 ch spaces)
8. ch 3 *dc ch1 in next ch1 space*, from * to * around, slip to first ch space (48 dc, 48 ch spaces)
9. ch 3 *dc ch1 in next ch1 space*, from * to * around, slip to first ch space (48 dc, 48 ch spaces)
10. ch 3 dc in next ten ch1 spaces *dc ch1 dc ch1 in next ch1 space, dc ch1 in next eleven ch1 spaces*, from * to * around, slip to first ch space (52 dc, 52 ch spaces)
11-19. ch 3 *dc ch1 in next ch1 space*, from * to * around, slip to first ch space (52 dc, 52 ch spaces)
20. Ch1, sc in every ch1 space around slip to first sc (52 sc)
Fasten off and weave in ends
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