Help!!!!

Help! What do you think this means???

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Chain 4+1+2?

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Like a multiple of 5, plus 2, or a multiple of 4, plus 3???

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Ch a multiple of 4, add 1, add 2

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Idk why the hell it’s written like that tho lmao

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Wth-

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Without knowing the whole pattern it’s hard. But, I would guess it would be like the 2 could be the beginning chain 2, then the multiples of 4+1 to add to whatever length you want.

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I GET IT!!!

You’re learning how to do a stitch, not learn a pattern. They are telling you that you can make it however big you like, but you need to chain a multiple of 5, then add 2. Or maybe a multiple of four then add 3?

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Honestly, idk why they write them like that. I am not able to do math unless its crochet related in a pattern and i certainly cannot multiply multiple of 7 or 4 plus 1 plus 3 like… I AM NOT EINSTEIN!!!

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It means you have to change for until it’s your desired link then plus one for the chain turn, then chain plus 2 for a dc

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You do any multiple of 4 for the pattern. So 4, 8, 12, 16, 20. How ever many you want to chain then add 1 to what you have and then add 2

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my maths teacher warned me of problems like these XD

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