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Winter Wonderland Block
Row 1: FDC 43
Alternately, chain 44 and dc in 3rd ch from hook and in each across. The ch2 at the beginning counts as a dc – 43 sts.
Rows 2-3: Dc across (43 sts)
Row 4: 19, 1, 1, 19
Row 5: 19, 3, 19
Row 6: Rep Row 5
Row 7: 17, 1, 1, 1, 1, 17
Row 8: 18, 5, 18
Row 9: Rep Row 8
Row 10: 13, 4, 5, 4, 13
Row 11: 14, 4, 3, 4, 14
Row 12: 15, 2, 5, 2, 15
Row 13: 16, 9, 16
Row 14: 15, 5, 5, 15
Row 15: 15, 11, 15
Rows 16-17: Repeat Row 14-15
Row 18: Repeat Row 13
Row 19: 18, 1, 1, 1, 18
Rows 20-22: Dc across (43 sts); do not finish off!
Row 23/Rnd 1 – Ch1 and rotate (not turn) to work down the left side of your block. *Make 2sc around the post of each dc down the side (44sc). Rotate to work along row. 2sc in first stitch (first sc is the corner – mark it), sc in next 41 sts, 2sc in the last stitch (last sc is the corner – mark it)* Repeat between the * then sl st to your first sc and finish off.
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Thank you for sharing this Snowman. The square is really cute.
Glad you like it!
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I have never seen patterns written out like this before but i have used a very similar method to transcribing filet patterns before for quick reading. Instead of using a comma though, i use a dash. I write them at the end of each row of the pattern, eg. 12-1-1-10.
Its a great easy way to write the pattern, otherwise it becomes so wordy. And even better, its far quicker to read.
I love your patterns! I have purchased a few of them now.
So glad you enjoy them! I’d love to see your versions.