Part 4

 

They all had different features and all played different roles, some were filling spaces and some creating holes. Equally important just like the nerves within a spine, every single moment would make sense a little further down the line.” 

 

The Butterfly Effect Legend

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Translations

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rnd 29 (A) – start making your corner which will be made behind your work over 2 chain spaces found on each side of the the middle 2dcCL from rnd 27

*(2trCL, ch1, 2trCL) in ch-sp, ch2, sk st, (2trCL, ch1, 2trCL) in ch-sp, ch12, (2 dc, hdc, 2 sc, sc in picot2b from previous rnd and in the ch-sp, 4 sc) in ch6-sp, ch5, FPdc around FPsc, ch2, (2dcCL, ch1, 2dcCL, ch1, 2dcCL, ch1, 2dcCL) in ch3-sp, ch5, (2dcCL, ch1, 2dcCL, ch2, 2dcCL, ch1, 2dcCL) in ch1-sp, ch5, (2dcCL, ch1, 2dcCL, ch1, 2dcCL, ch1, 2dcCL) in ch3-sp, ch2, FPdc around FPsc, ch5, (4 sc, sc in picot2b from previous rnd and the ch-sp, 2 sc, hdc, 2 dc) in ch6-sp, ch12; rep from * til end

per side – 12 2trCL, 6 ch1-sp, 2 ch12-sp, 5 ch2-sp, 7 dc, 2 hdc, 9 sc, 3 ch5-sp, 2 FPdc

Rnd 29

rnd 30 (B) – start in any corner

*(2 dc, tr, ch2, tr, 2 dc), FPdc around CL, dc in ch-sp, FPdc around CL, (8 hdc, dc, ch1, dc, 8 hdc) in ch12-sp, tr in the next 2 sts, (tr, picot2b, tr), dc, hdc, sc in the next 4 sts, (hdc, 2 dc), 7 hdc around ch5-sp, FPhdc around FPdc, 3 hdc in ch2-sp, [FPhdc around CL, hdc in ch1-sp] x3, FPhdc around CL, (4 hdc, FPtr around the FPsc from rnd 28, 4 hdc) in ch5-sp, FPdc around CL, dc in ch-sp, FPdc around CL,

(dc, tr, ch1, tr, dc) in ch2-sp, FPdc around CL, dc in ch-sp, FPdc around CL, (4 hdc, FPtr around the FPsc from rnd 28, 4 hdc) in ch5-sp, [FPhdc around CL, hdc in ch1-sp] x3, FPhdc around CL, 3 hdc in ch2-sp, FPhdc around FPdc, 7 hdc around ch5-sp, (2 dc, hdc), sc in the next 4 sts, hdc, dc, (tr, picot2b, tr), tr in the next 2 sts, (8 hdc, dc, ch1, dc, 8 hdc) in ch12-sp, FPdc around CL, dc around ch1-sp, FPdc around CL; rep from * til end

per side – 20 dc, 12 tr, 2 ch2-sp, 8 FPdc, 78 hdc, 3 ch1-sp, 2 picot2b, 8 sc, 10 FPhdc, 2 FPtr

Rnd 30

rnd 31 (C) – start in any corner

*(3 tr, ch3, 3 tr), [2 tr, tr in the next 2 sts] x2, 2 dc in the next 2 sts, 2 hdc, sc in the next 6 sts, sl st through ch-sp and picot2b coming up – place a stitch marker in the st just after the picot2b as it might be hard to locate after the sl st is made – sc in the next 4 sts, FPsc around the 2nd FPsc from the corner end of rnd 28 AND in the next st, sc in the next 7 sts, now continue where you placed the stitch marker – sc in the next 6 sts, BPsc in the next 4 sts, sc in the hdc (in the first 2trCL from rnd 27) from rnd 28 AND in the next st in the current rnd, sc in the next 2 sts, hdc in the next 2 sts, 2 dc, 2 tr around the next st, ch3, FPsc around the FPhdc, BPsc in the next 14 sts, FPsc around the FPtr, BPhdc in the next 3 sts, BPdc in the next 3 sts, BPtr in the next 3 sts,

(tr, dtr, ch3, dtr, tr) in ch-sp, BPtr in the next 3 sts, BPdc in the next 3 sts, BPhdc in the next 3 sts, FPsc around the FPtr, BPsc in the next 14 sts, FPsc around the FPhdc, ch3, 2 tr around the next st, 2 dc, hdc in the next 2 sts, sc in the next 2 sts, sc in the 8th st (hdc) from rnd 28 counted after the FPsc AND in the next st, BPsc in the next 4 sts, sc in the next 6 sts, sk picot2b and push it in front and continue in the next st, sc in the next 7 sts, fpsc around the first FPsc from the corner start of rnd 28 AND in the next st, sc in the next 4 sts, turn back and pick up the picot2b and the ch1-sp and sl st through both of them, sc in the next 6 sts, 2 hdc, 2 dc in the next 2 sts, [tr in the next 2 sts, 2 tr] x2; rep from * til end

per side – 28 tr, 4 ch3-sp, 12 dc, 8 hdc, 2 sl st, 56 sc, 36 BPsc, 4 FPsc, 6 BPhdc, 6 BPdc, 6 BPtr, 2 dtr

Rnd 31

rnd 32 (D) – start in any corner

*(sc, hdc, dc, ch2, dc, hdc, sc), BPdc in the next 8 sts, BPhdc in the next 4 sts, BPsc, ch3, sk 4 sts, sc in the next 6 sts, sk 13 sts or the little mini cocoon made in previous rnd, sc in the next 6 sts, your next st should be the BPsc, hdc, (hdc, dc), 3 dc, (dc, hdc), FPsc, sk st, hdc, 2 dc in the next 3 sts, 2 tr in the next 2 sts, picot2b, (tr, dc), (hdc, 2 sc) in the ch3-sp, FPsc around FPsc, sk 1 st, BPsc in the next 10 sts,

  The next part is tricky so pay close attention:

in the next st you will do a sc2tog with this st and (sk 5 sts) the next one (i.e. there will be 5 skipped sts in between), now do a sc2tog in the 2 sts that end up next to each other going down toward the fp sts, sk the next 2 sts, FPsc around FPsc

ch10, sk the 8 unworked sts and in top ch-sp make (2 sc, ch2, 2 sc), ch10, sk 11 sts

  Again this part is tricky but in reverse so pay close attention:

FPsc around FPsc, now you’re crocheting the two sides together, sk 1 st on each side, sc2tog in the next 2 sts that end up next to each other when pushing the sides together, sc2tog in the next 2 sts again next to each other, BPsc in the next 10 sts, sk st, FPsc, (2 sc, hdc) in ch3-sp, (dc, tr, picot2b), 2 tr in the next 2 sts, 2 dc in the next 3 sts, hdc, sk st, FPsc, (hdc, dc), 3 dc, (dc, hdc), hdc, sc in the next 6 sts, sk 13 sts or the little mini cocoon made in previous rnd, sc in the next 6 sts, ch3, sk 4 sts, BPsc, BPhdc in the next 4 sts, BPdc in the next 8 sts; rep from * til end   

per side – 36 sc, 14 hdc, 26 dc, 2 ch2, 16 BPdc, 8 BPhdc, 22 BPsc, 2 ch3, 6 FPsc, 10 tr, 2 picot2b, 4 sc2tog, 2 ch10-sp

Rnd 32

rnd 33 (E) – start in any corner

*(hdc, dc, tr, ch2, tr, dc, hdc), sc in the next 16 sts, sc in ch3-sp, sc in the 2 middle sts of the 4 unworked sts from rnd 31 i.e skipping the 1st and the 4th, sc in the next 16 sts, (dc, picot2b, dc), hdc, sc in the next 2 sts, FPsc around FPsc, sk st, sc in the next 10 sts, BPdc around the last worked st, sk picot from previous rnd, BPdc, picot2b, sc in the next 4 sts, FPsc around FPsc, sk st, sc in the next 9 sts, dc3tog finishing in the FPsc,

now you will work up the middle in sts from rnd 31 leaving the ch from rnd 32 alone

tr in the next 2 sts, dc in the next 6 sts,  sk the 2 sc from rnd 32,

(4 dc, ch2, 4 dc) in ch2-sp from rnd 32, sk the 2 sc from rnd 32, dc in the next 6 sts, tr in the next 2 sts, dc3tog starting in the FPsc, sc in the next 10 sts, FPsc, sk st, sc in the next 3 sts, picot2b, sk picot from previous rnd, BPdc in the next 2 sts, sc in the last worked st, sc in the next 10 sts, FPsc, sc in the next 2 sts, hdc, (dc, picot2b, dc), sc in the next 16 sts, sc in the 2 middle sts of the 4 unworked sts from rnd 31 i.e skipping the 1st and 4th, sc in ch3-sp, sc in the next 16 sts; rep from * til end

per side – 4 hdc, 26 dc, 6 tr, 2 ch2-sp, 121 sc, 4 picot2b, 4 FPsc, 4 BPdc, 2 3dctog

Rnd 33

You are finished, well done! 

Crochet Chart

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Until next time…

xxx

Tess and Kay

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