On to the second swatch. Still using the same type of cotton yarn and an I hook.
This stitch is also a small fan pattern. Here is how it went::
Row 1: dc in 8th chain from hook, then dc in next 3 st so you have a set of 4dc. *ch 2 skip 2 st, dc in next 2 st, ch 2, skip 2 st, dc in next 4 st *, ch 2, sk 2 dc in last st. If you are making this pattern and you start with a longer ch, then repeat from * to * until you get to last st where you dc and then turn.
Row 2: ch 1, sc in dc, * sk 2 dc (3dc ch2 3dc) between the 2d and 3d dc in the set of 4 dc, skip 2ch, sc in next 2 dc. Repeat from * however instead of sc in 2 dc, there will only be 1 st so it’s only 1 sc.
Row 3: ch 6 which counts as dc and ch3, *2sc in the ch2 space which is in the middle of the fan from the prior row, ch3, skip the remaining cd in the other half of the fan, dc in each of the 2 sc, ch3; repeat from * but instead of 2dc in the 2sc at the end there will be only 1 sc so it will only be 1dc.
Row 4: ch5 which counts as dc, *dc in 3ch space, dc in each of 2 sc at top of fan, dc – this makes a set of 4dc, ch 2 skipping over remainder of ch3 space, dc in each of 2 dc. repeat from * to * until you get to last st where you dc and then turn.vthis row will look,similar to row 1.
Repeat rows 2-4 three times.
Ch1 then sc across so you have easier to use stitches when you combine all the patches.
Here is this finished patch.
On to the next patch.