I worked my swatch in Sinfonia thread with a size F hook, but it will work up beautifully in whatever thread you love...so as I always say, use what you love to make something you love for someone you love and love every stitch!
So Here Goes:
Chain multiple of 4 +1
Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook, hdc across
Row 2: ch 2, turn, hdc, ch 4, sk 3, (2 hdc in next stitch, ch 4, sk 3) across, hdc in last 2 stitches
Row 3: ch 1 turn, sc, (ch 2, sc in ch 4 space, ch 2, sk hdc, sc in hdc) across
Row 4: ch 5, turn, sk sc, 2 hdc in sc, (ch 4, sk sc, 2 hdc in sc) across, ch 2, tc in last sc
Row 5: ch1, turn, sc1, ch2, sc in hdc, (ch 2, sc in ch 4 space, ch 2, sk hdc, sc in hdc) across
Row 6: ch 2, turn, hdc in sc, (ch 4, sk sc, 2 hdc in sc) across
Repeat rows 3-6 for pattern, ending with row 5
2nd to last row: ch 2, turn, hdc in sc, (ch 3, sk sc, 2 hdc in sc) across
Last row: ch 2, turn, (hdc in each st, 3 hdc in each ch 3 space) across
When working something that will have a border, you may opt not to do the foundation row of hdc or the finishing row of hdc. On the swatch that I made while creating this pattern I found that it helped to keep everything aligned better.
An extra special thank you goes out to my dear friend Sarah for taking my convoluted gibberish and simplifying it into a much easier pattern!
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