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Jul 11, 2011 5:30 AM CST
Name: Christina Karlsson
Sweden
Okay, here it goes... had to translate it from Swedish, but I hope I got all the crochet words correct:

the first "circle" is 8 chain stitches,
the second is 16 trebles (first one is 3 chain stitches),
the third is 16 double trebles (first one is 6 chain stitches =
4 for the treble and 2 extra) with 2 chain stitches in between,
the forth is 16 double trebles (first one is 7 chain stitches =
4 for the treble and 3 extra) with 3 chain stitches in between,
the fifth is 16 double trebles (first one is 8 chain stitches =
4 for the treble and 4 extra) with 4 chain stitches in between,
the sixth is 16 double trebles (first one is 9 chain stitches =
4 for the treble and 5 extra) with 5 chain stitches in between.

This "pattern" gives you a very shallow "bowl", almost flat and
after that sixth row I stop increasing and just crochet up. My
pattern fits a pot 11 cm in diameter (1 inch is 2.5 cm), just so
you have something to work with. I just hope it makes sence!!

The crochet hook I use is 2.5. If that makes sence...

I also crochet very tight, so take that into consideration.

I'm enclosing a photo of the bottom.

/Christina

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