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Week 6: Half-diamond Part 3

Week-6

Round 15 (CC5)
RS facing
: join CC5 by making a standing dtr in the sp from Round 14 containing the SM. Remove SM. Make 2 tr in the same sp. Place a SM between the standing dtr and the first tr. Do not remove the SM until Round 17. Tr in the next st. (Ch 4, skip the next st, make a Cluster over the next 3 sts) 11 times. Ch 4, skip the next 2 sts. (Tr, ch 1, tr) in the next ch-1 corner sp. Ch 4, skip the next 2 sts. (Make a Cluster over the next 3 sts, ch 4, skip the next st) 11 times. Tr in the next st. (2 tr, dtr) between the last st and the beg ch-4 from the previous round. Fasten off. DO NOT TURN.

Stitch Count Per Side: 4 tr, 1 dtr, 11 Clusters, and 12 ch-4 sps, not including central ch-1 corner sp

If you end up with more Clusters per side, check that you definitely skipped a st between Clusters!

Round 16 (CC1)
RS facing
: join CC1 by making a sl st in the fourth st of Round 15. Working in front of the ch-4 sp from Round 15, make 3 tr in the first skipped st from Round 14. (Ch 2, make 3 tr in the next skipped st of Round 14, working in front of the ch-4 sp from Round 15) 11 times. Ch 4. Skip the next st of Round 14, the (tr, ch 1, tr) corner from Round 15, and the next st of Round 14. Working in front of the ch-4 sp from Round 15, make 3 tr in the next st of Round 14. (Ch 2, make 3 tr in the next skipped st of Round 14, working in front of the ch-4 sp from Round 15) 11 times. Sl st in the next st of Round 15. Fasten off and work away your ends.

Stitch Count Per Side: 36 tr and 11 ch-2 sps, not including central ch-4 corner sp and sl sts

Round 17 (MC)
RS facing
: join MC by making a sl st in the sp from Round 15 containing the SM. Remove SM. Ch 5, (dtr, 2 tr) in the same sp. Htr in the next 2 sts.

FPdc around the next st, which will already contain the sl st from Round 16. Ch 4. (Working in front of the ch-2 sp from Round 16, FPdc around the next Cluster from Round 15, ch 4) 11 times. Working in front of the central ch-4 corner sp from Round 16, FPdc around the next tr from Round 15. (Dc, ch 2, dc) in the next ch-1 corner sp, FPdc around the next tr. (Ch 4. Working in front of the ch-2 sp from Round 16, FPdc around the next Cluster from Round 15) 11 times. Ch 4. FPdc around the next st of Round 15, which will already contain a sl st from Round 16. Htr in the next 2 sts. (2 tr, dtr, ttr) between the last 2 sts from Round 15. Sl st in the sp between the last 2 sts made. Turn.

Stitch Count Per Side: 1 dc, 13 FPdc, 2 htr, 2 tr, 1 dtr, 1 ttr, and 12 ch-4 sps, not including central ch-2 corner sp

Round 18 (MC)
In this round, you will work only into the stitches and spaces from Round 17. Ignore the ch sps from Rounds 15 and 16.

WS facing: ch 4, make 2 tr in the same sp. Htr in the next 5 sts and skip the next st, which will be hard to get into anyway. (Make 4 htr in the next ch-4 sp) 12 times. Htr in the next 2 sts. (Htr, ch 1, htr) in the next ch-2 corner sp. Htr in the next 2 sts, the second of which will be hard to get into. (Make 4 htr in the next ch-4 sp) 12 times. Skip the next st. Htr in the next 5 sts. (2 tr, dtr) between the last st and the beg ch-5 from the previous round. Sl st in the sp between the last 2 sts made. Turn.

Stitch Count Per Side: 56 htr, 2 tr, and 1 dtr, not including central ch-1 corner sp

Round 19 (MC)
RS facing
: ch 5, (dtr, 2 tr, htr) in the same sp. Htr in the next 58 sts. (Htr, ch 1, htr) in the next ch-1 corner sp. Htr in the next 58 sts. (Htr, 2 tr, dtr, ttr) between the last st and the beg ch-5 from the previous round. Fasten off and work away your ends.

Stitch Count Per Side: 60 htr, 2 tr, 1 dtr, and 1 ttr, not including central ch-1 corner sp

If you decide to block your half-diamonds, keep in mind that the corner angles should be 120 degrees for the non-pointy corner and 30 degrees each for the pointy corners.

Week-6.2

If you need help with any of the stitches or techniques, you can find photo tutorials here.

Esther from It’s all in a Nutshell has created video tutorials for the Ubuntu CAL:

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