TOO bad there is not a way to follow the pattern!!!! Why post a pattern that is not in English!?!?!?!
The pattern is posted, its a graph and VERY easy to figure out. There is no need for a written pattern as graph patterns can be used regardless of the language you speak. Please google how to read crochet graph patterns...or pick up Donna Kooler's Encyclopedia of Crochet.
I understand every symbol on the pattern except for the 3 dashed line... anyone know what it means?
Hey Michelle, I'm going to go ahead and assume that's a triple crochet. I'm going to try this pattern this afternoon and go from there.
Although this is a couple of months late, may I state that the three dashes are the symbols for chain 3... hope this helps someone down the line, and may I also comment that the charts are the way I learned to crochet, and also how, with a little patience, I learned to read written patterns.... some magazines used to print both, and it made it easy for me to learn to read patterns after I taught myself how to crochet with a book for kids that only had pictures... a little patience and determination, and you can learn anything...
Love the look of these flowers, however I cannot follow the chart, only due to the fact I've only ever learnt to read a pattern. would love to know if the 3 dash's mean triple crochet or chain 3!
I've made the flower and I've crocheted the 3 dashes as a triple. Hope that helps.
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