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Rhinebeck 2014!

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What a fabulous weekend!! I spent all day Sunday at the Rhinebeck Sheep and Wool Festival. I’ll tell you about that in a moment, but first I want to share a photo from Saturday.

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Doug’s birthday was on Thursday, but the girls only got to see him for an hour. They wanted to really celebrate his birthday, so we had a Daddy’s Birthday Day on Saturday. We went out for frozen yogurt, to a movie, then out to dinner. The girls love those coloring mats at the restaurants!

Sunday morning I got up bright and early and drove into the City to pick up my friend Claire (we’re both admins for the Knitting Facebook group) and 2 of her friends. It was the first time I have met Claire in person, and she was as fabulous as I thought she would be! Then it was a nearly 2 hour drive up to Rhinebeck. (more…)

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Fall Cleaning 2014

| Costume, Girl Scouts, Nature, Organizing

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Some people do spring cleaning. I am more of a fall cleaning kind of girl. Something about fall makes me want to get everything in order. Maybe it’s Doug and the girls all going back to school and me actually having an empty house so I can get more done. Plus, when I am alone I seem to notice the clutter more.

So…I have been trying to get the house in order, and find a routine that works. I am enjoying the TV/laptop free afternoons from when the girls get home until after dinner. I am able to go through the mail and school papers while they do homework, and still help them when they need it. I have been doing better about staying on top of the laundry, and the house is slowly getting more presentable.

I am also going through my computer files and cleaning up. I have lots of partial patterns to finish up. My friend Kim was recently saying how de~cluttering helps her mood, and I have to agree. I need to de~clutter!

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Remember when I got some pretty new yarn from Lion Brand in the mail? (more…)

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World Wide Artist Blog Hop

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Last week, Kim Guzman invited me to join in on the World Wide Artist Blog Hop, you can see her post here.

I “met” Kim on line through a Crochet Bloggers and Designers Facebook group we are both in. She and I became fast friends, and we finally got to meet in person at the Knit and Crochet show this past July. Kim has become a dear friend, and someone I often look to for advice on not only crochet/design questions, but also on how to be a respectable professional. Plus, she makes me laugh, which is always a good thing!

Thank you Kim!!

So, the World Wide Artist Blog Hop…

Artists around the world post answers to four questions on their blogs and link to a minimum of one, maximum of three artists who post their answers the following Monday. The next Blog Hop post will be September 15.

Here are the 4 questions:
Why do I do what I do?
How does my work differ from others of its genre?
How does my creative process work?
What am I working on now?

Some Previous Participants:
Look At What I Made
Knot by Gran’ma
Kokopelli Design

I have invited the following Participants for next week’s entry:
Laurinda Reddig of ReCrochetions
Rebecca of Little Monkeys Crochet

Why do I do what I do?

It makes me happy.

I came about being “Jessie At Home” in a very roundabout way. It just sort of happened. I have always been an artist of one kind or another. I learnt to crochet when I was 8 (I wrote about that here). I was a costume designer for quite some time, but then I was set up on a blind date and everything changed. Before I knew it I was a wife and a stay at home mom. I wanted to be a stay at home mom, it was the right fit for my family and me, but I also wanted to still be me. I felt lost. As though who I was had become Jessie the Wife, and Jessie the Mom. Jessie the artist was screaming to get out. I had started a blog to share pictures and stories of my children with my large family, as none of them were really local to me. Eventually I started adding in posts about my crafty and artistic endeavours. The more I added them in, the happier I became. I found my inner artist again, and I found myself again. I discovered that with the path my life had taken, crochet and knit were really the arts that fit best into my life, and made me happiest. About 2 years ago I decided to really pursue this as a business, and make it a way to help with the bills. I still have quite a ways to go, but I am certainly on the right path. I am blessed that I am able to bring in an income doing something that makes me so happy. So, yea, I do what I do because it makes me happy.

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My little artists.

How does my work differ from others of its genre?

I come from a costume design background. My favorite shows to design were always the fantasy/childrens shows and the musicals. I bring that whimsy into my designs. You can see it in the Flower Fairie costumes I made for my twins 3 years ago.

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I really am drawn to designs inspired by nature and fantasy. I have quite a few.

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I also love to come up with new and creative ways of constructing my pieces. I am not a fan of seaming my knit and crochet, so I often come up with ways of joining the seams as the item is made. Sometimes I use join~as~you~go techniques that I have learned elsewhere, sometimes I come up with techniques on my own. I try to keep the patterns at a level where most crocheters can create them, and I add in lots of process photos when I think they are needed, and even videos to help out with some of the more difficult areas.

Many of my patterns include process photos, a video, and a chart, so that no matter how you learn, there is something for you!

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How does my creative process work?

Non~stop!

Everything inspires me. Sometimes I see a costume on TV that inspires me and I grab the closest piece of paper and pen or pencil and sketch out something. My house is scattered with envelopes covered in sketches! Other times I see something in a fashion magazine that causes an idea to spring forth. Mind you, I am not talking about “Oh, look at that top, I could make that in crochet” It is usually more a shape or a texture that inspires something. Often times if you looked at my inspiration and the finished design, you would really have to look to find the connection.

Of course, nature is a big inspiration for me as well.

After I am inspired, I start to create. I often hit a wall as I start to create something; sometimes what is in my head just won’t show up in the yarn. Sure, I could spend hours upon hours doing the math and approaching things logically so that I can make exactly what I designed, but that is not often how I work. Most of the time I just start working, and when I hit a wall, I work through it, letting things change. When I started creating the piece that ended up as my Fall Leaves Wrap, there were no leaves. It was going to be one continuous piece. I was going to make each row starting with slip stitches, and working higher and higher stitches as the row went along to give it shape, then on the way back I would start with the high stitches and work to the low. I was also going to offset the rows to give it the off~kilter look that the final piece does still have. I didn’t like it. I started playing with creating individual wedges to connect in an off~kilter way, and somewhere along the line I realized that leaves would be cool. I just never know where something will end up.

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What am I working on now?

Oh my goodness, so much!! I have a few finished items that just need the written patterns edited.

One is a wrap for an E~Book which will be for sale for charity. I will give you all the details as soon as I can.

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Another is this fun wrap made of just chain stitches and single crochet. This pattern will be up on the blog for free this week!!

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I am also working on an entry for the “Design a Shawl for Stevie Nicks” contest. It is inspired by my Fall Leaves Wrap.

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And let’s not forget that I am working on the crochet versions of the Kat/Katherine coats. I have a lot more ideas for patterns in this line, and I am going to give them all fairie names. The child sized, crochet version of the coat is named Lunette. Here is where she is at as of right now. I hope to have the pattern tested and released by the new year, but we will see.

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There are also many other things in the works. You will just have to keep on coming back to see it all! Remember to visit next week’s Blog Hop posts, and you can always hop back to some of the previous posts as well. 🙂

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Fall Leaves Wrap Take 2!!

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Well, after  lots of work, and lots of fun, I have finished the additions to the Fall Leaves Wrap pattern. It now has even more process photos, a chart for the leaves, and a 2 color leaf option, where the leaves are one color on one side of the vein, and another color on the other side of the vain.

I even made a sample of the 2 color leaf version. The original is made with Berroco Remix yarn, and the 2 color leaf version is made with Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable. If you use Unforgettable with the recommended hook, you will get a smaller gauge and end up with a smaller wrap that really resembles more of a capelet. Of course, you can always use a larger hook to create a larger wrap.

You can see more about the wrap and how to get the pattern here.

BUT WAIT!! Would you like a discount? I have set up a coupon good for 15% off your ENTIRE purchase from my Ravelry store for fans of The Crochet Lounge. So that means you can buy several patterns and get 15% off everything! Go on over to The Crochet Lounge post to get the details. The coupon expires on the 7th, so don’t miss out.

Would you like to see a picture of the 2 color leaf version?

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Wednesday Round Up 8/14/2014 ~ Fall Wraps

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Soon the weather will break and fall will be here, are you ready? Try making some of these wraps to keep warm while you are out watching the leaves turn.
I decided on the theme for this round up in honor of my first place win in the Accessories category of the 2014 CGOA Design Competition. The first pattern in the round up is the winning piece, and the pattern is on sale for the rest of the month. The rest of the patterns in the round up are FREE!! I would also like to take a moment to thank Webs for sponsoring the Accessories category of the Design Competition.

Here are the names and links of each pattern from the photo above, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.

1) Fall Leaves Wrap ~ CGOA Design Competition Winner ~ Crochet Pattern by Jessie At Home
Wrap yourself in the season and keep the chill off this fall! Each leaf is made individually and then joined with the border round using the join~as~you~go single crochet method. Add some beads down the veins of the leaves to bring some sparkle to your evenings.

2) Keiko Wrap ~ Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern by Kim Guzman
Tunisian drop stitch is combined with color striping in the striking wrap.

3) Midnight Breeze Shawl ~ Free Crochet Pattern by Beatrice Ryan Designs
This beautiful shawl was inspired by cool summer nights in the mountains of Northern California…. And it would make a wonderful Prayer Shawl!!

4) Slanted Little Fans Wrap ~ Free Crochet Pattern by Jessie Rayot
After learning the little fans stitch, I just had to create more with it! I have always loved the slanted wraps, so I decided to mix the two.

5) Christmas Country Wrap ~ Free Crochet Pattern by Kim Guzman
This fabulous wrap is one of Kim’s most popular; just one look and you can see why.

6) Amazing Grace Prayer Shawl ~ Free Crochet Pattern by Beatrice Ryan Designs
Amazing Grace Prayer Shawl is the third design in my Amazing Grace Series. These Free Patterns are dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness and in memory of my Dearest Friend Sandra Kay Gilb. I hope you enjoy these patterns and have an opportunity to “Pay It Forward” by donating one of you projects to help someone who is suffering or recovering from Breast Cancer.

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

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The Seventh Birthday Retro Party (and some other stuff)

| Crochet, Family, Friends, Holidays, Knit, Music, Nature, Stories, Vintage

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The girls turned 7 on Sunday. I have some snaps to share with you to show our festivities. Plus a little bit of yarnie stuff at the end of the post. 🙂

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I think this was the day before their birthday. Doug was so proud of them!

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For their birthday breakfast, banana pancakes with real maple syrup and fresh strawberries. Yummy!!

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Here is Birthday Girl Kyla ready to party!

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And Birthday Girl Vada is all ready as well!

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Like I said, retro party. We decorated the backyard, put out a ring toss, various toys from the garage, and stick the carrot nose on Olaf. It was awesome!

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We started the party with sidewalk chalk. We invited about 10 girls, 7 RSVPed yes, but only 4 showed (2 called ahead of time with car troubles ~ siblings, and 1 just didn’t show). We wanted a small party, but not quite that small. It’s one of the drawbacks of summer birthdays around here, a lot of people go down the shore for the weekends, or go away on long vacations.

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Once everyone was here, the girls played stick the carrot nose on Olaf. Jessica won.

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Present time!! Vada loved the little stuffed Tink. She opened it and yelled, “I wanted this forever!!” It was adorable. For the record, forever is 5 days. That’s when she told us she wanted a soft stuffed Tinkerbell, 5 days before her birthday. OK, she may have wanted it longer, but she didn’t say anything before then. They got lots of fun artsy craftsy gifts that they have been loving with the rainy days we have had lately!

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Doug planned the whole party. After my unschedule trip to the hospital, I have been very far behind in getting ready for the Knit and Crochet show and our vacation immediately following the show. So Doug was my hero and said he would take care of the whole party. Yes, he even made the cake/cupcakes. He made Kyla a chocolate rainbow unicorn cake. He found a horse cake mold at the craft store, and used one of those spiral lollipops for the horn. Vada got rainbow SpiderMan cupcakes. Really, if you look at the sides of the cupcakes, they are rainbow layered. I knew he was a keeper.

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As the party was winding down, the girls disappeared inside for a bit. They came back to give us a concert. Can you guess the song?

Yes, you can.

Really.

That’s right.

Let It Go.

The encore was Do You Want To Build a Snowman.

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This was Kyla’s awesome shirt that made her need to run inside and change. You can see the image better on this doormat we may need to get for her as well. It would be perfect for outside her tent when we go camping!

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Vada helped clean up by carrying all her gifts at the same time.

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Madison helped clean up as well. I love this photo. It really fits the retro idea of the party.

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The girls each grew about 2 inches this past year.

It was a great year.

I constantly wonder how I ended up with such awesome little girls. They are so kind, loving, smart, hard working, and fun. They make Doug and I very proud.

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Remember when I told you about Kim Guzman’s Crochet Along? Well, today was the last day of the CAL. Here is the picture of my finished scarf.

I have been in a frenzy getting ready for the Knit and Crochet show. Really, I will be ready. Really. I am very excited about seeing so many of the awesome people I met last year! There are several of the members of our little facebook group of crochet designers and bloggers who will be there: Michele (Mainly Crochet), Kim (Kimane Designs and much more), Andee (Mama’s Two Hands), Tamara (Moogly), and myself. I hope I didn’t leave anyone out! Of course, there will be a lot of other awesome people there as well, that is just the group from our little facebook gang. 🙂

This will actually be Tamara’s first show. I am so excited for her! We actually chatted on the phone for nearly 2 hours today because she had some questions about getting ready for the show. It really wasn’t nearly 2 hours of advice, most of it was just us chatting, because she’s fun to chat with! The funny thing is, we unknowingly signed up for all the same classes. This should  be fun.

If you are wondering about Lorene (Cre8tion Crochet), who was my show buddy last year and is one of my dear friends, she just had a healthy and handsome baby boy, so she is not able to make it to the show this time.

I will post all about it this year, just as I did last year:

We are the cool table
Now this is a good day
A bit about the crochet and knit show
Cool goodies from the show and catch up

Talk to you soon!

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Farmers Market Hexagon Bag AKA The Grand Old Flag Bag

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There are so many things I should be doing today. I think I will make a new pattern instead.

Farmers Market Hexagon Bag
AKA The Grand Old Flag Bag

Crochet Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

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The town farmers market is finally open for the season! I LOVE going to the farmers market, and I love using re~usable bags. For years I have been using the tote bags you can buy at the grocers, but this year I am making a market bag! This market bag has a hexagon base, a mesh side, and a long shoulder strap on top! I have chosen the super simple chain and slip st mesh for the side because it works so well for market bags, and I like the look. On our first outing to the market with the bag this morning, my daughter Vada dubbed it the “Grand Old Flag Bag.”

Sizes:
One size, but easy to adjust

Yarn:
Worsted weight, 100% cotton recommended ~ I used some unmarked yarn I had from a friend de~stashing, so I am not sure of the brand I used, but you can find some links of yarn I suggest at the bottom of this post. I used 180 grams of yarn (which is about 300 yards) to make mine.

Hook:
US H/8/5.00mm

Other Supplies:
Yarn needle for weaving in ends

Gauge:
Not very important, it’s a bag!

Stitches and Skills used:
ch ~ chain
sl st ~ slip st
sc ~ single crochet
dc ~ double crochet
st(s) ~ stitch(es)
sp ~ space

Pattern:

Round 1: Ch 4, join with a sl st to form a ring, ch 4 (counts as first dc, and ch 1), [2 dc in ring , ch 1] 5 times, dc in ring, join with a sl st to 3rd ch of beginning ch 4. (6 sets of {2 dc, ch-1})

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Round 2: Sl st into ch-1 sp,

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ch 5 (counts as first dc, and ch 2), dc in same ch-1 sp, [dc in each of next 2 dc, (dc, ch 2, dc) in ch-1 corner] 5 times, dc in each of next 2 dc, join with a sl st to 3rd ch of beginning ch 5. (6 sets of {4 dc, ch-2})

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Round 3: Sl st into ch-2 sp,

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ch 5 (counts as first dc, and ch 2), dc in same ch-2 sp, [dc in each of next 4 dc, (dc, ch 2, dc) in ch-2 corner] 5 times, dc in each of next 4 dc, join with a sl st to 3rd ch of beginning ch 5. (6 sets of {6 dc, ch-2})

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Round 4: Sl st into ch-2 sp, ch 5 (counts as first dc, and ch 2), dc in same ch-2 sp, [dc in each of next 6 dc, (dc, ch 2, dc) in ch-2 corner] 5 times, dc in each of next 6 dc, join with a sl st to 3rd ch of beginning ch 5. (6 sets of {8 dc, ch-2})

Round 5: Sl st into ch-2 sp, ch 5 (counts as first dc, and ch 2), dc in same ch-2 sp, [dc in each of next 8 dc, (dc, ch 2, dc) in ch-2 corner] 5 times, dc in each of next 8 dc, join with a sl st to 3rd ch of beginning ch 5. (6 sets of {10 dc, ch-2})

Round 6: Sl st into ch-2 sp, ch 5 (counts as first dc, and ch 2), dc in same ch-2 sp, [dc in each of next 10 dc, (dc, ch 2, dc) in ch-2 corner] 5 times, dc in each of next 10 dc, join with a sl st to 3rd ch of beginning ch 5. (6 sets of {12 dc, ch-2})

Round 7: Sl st into ch-2 sp, ch 5 (counts as first dc, and ch 2), dc in same ch-2 sp, [dc in each of next 12 dc, (dc, ch 2, dc) in ch-2 corner] 5 times, dc in each of next 12 dc, join with a sl st to 3rd ch of beginning ch 5. (6 sets of {14 dc, ch-2})

Round 8: Sl st into ch-2 sp, ch 5 (counts as first dc, and ch 2), dc in same ch-2 sp, [dc in each of next 14 dc, (dc, ch 2, dc) in ch-2 corner] 5 times, dc in each of next 14 dc, join with a sl st to 3rd ch of beginning ch 5. (6 sets of {16 dc, ch-2})

Round 9: Turn, ch 1,

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[sl st  in each of next 16 sc, sl st in each of next 2 ch] 6 times, sl st into first sl st. (108 sl st)

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Round 10: Turn, ch 1 (does not count as first st), sc in each sl st around, sl st to top of first sc. (108 sc)
*It is a little hard to insert the hook in just the slip st in this round, but it is worth the effort to get the nice angle between the bottom and side.

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Round 11 ~ 13: Ch 1 (does not count as first st), sc in each sc around, sl st to top of first sc. (108 sc)

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Spiral Mesh Rounds: [Ch 5, skip 4, sc in next sc] 21 times, [ch 5, sl st in center of next ch-5] until there are a total of 25 rounds of mesh.
*If you want a longer bag, add more mesh, for a shorter bag, make less. I think next time I make one, I will do 20 rounds, 25 gets a bit long with heavy veggies in the bottom.

Top & first side of strap

Round 1: 3 sc in the same ch-5 sp were the last sl st was placed, 5 sc in each ch-5 sp around, sl st to top of first sc. (108 sc)

Round 2 ~ 4: Ch 1 (does not count as first st), sc in each sc around, sl st to top of first sc. (108 sc)

Round 5: Ch 146, skip 54, sc2tog, sc in each of the next 50 sts, sc2tog. (198 sc)
*This strap is long so it can hang across your body. If it is too long or stretches too much, you can tie a knot in the top of the strap. You can also take of 50 chains to make it a bit shorter, and it should still work across your body.

Round 6: Working in back loops of the chains made at the start of the last round and then in both loops of the sc sts made in the last round, sc2tog, sc in each of the next 142 sts, sc2tog twice, sc in each of the next 48 sts, sc2tog. (194 sts)

Round 7: Sc2tog, sc in each of the next 140 sts, sc2tog twice, sc in each of the next 46 sts, sc2tog. (194 sts)

Round 8: Sc2tog, sc in each of the next 138 sts, sc2tog, fasten off. (140 sts)

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Second side of strap

Round 1: Sl st t first unworked sc from round 5 above, sc2tog,  sc in each of the next 50 sts, sc2tog twice,  sc in each of the next 142 sts, sc2tog. (196 sc)

Round 2: Sc2tog, sc in each of the next 48 sts, sc2tog twice, sc in each of the next 140 sts, sc2tog. (192 sts)

Round 3: Sc2tog, sc in each of the next 46 sts, sc2tog twice, sc in each of the next 138 sts, sc2tog, fasten off. (188 sts)

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