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Hi, Bennette. To me, it looks like you would increase in the first stitch, then single crochet once in the next stitch and repeat that six times (inc, sc, inc, sc, inc, sc, inc, sc, inc, sc, inc, sc), then single crochet once in the following eight stitches. However, the number in parenthesis at the end usually tells you the number of stitches you've created in that row/round, which is why I'm not certain that my understanding is correct because my interpretation would give you twenty-six stitches for that row/round--not twenty-four. You may want to ask whoever created that pattern for clarification. Not all pattern writers make the instructions the same, which can be very confusing. Good luck!
That came out great!
Hi, Monica. The mini version actually winds up being about the same size as the oval for the super mini version, so you would have to crochet more rows/rounds around the oval. If you open up the actual YouTube page for the mini version (not the super mini one), somebody asked that same question in the comments. You can view my response to see what you can do to create more rounds for the oval. If you cannot get to the YouTube page from here, it's YouTube.com/SamsAntics. I will be working on an updated version for the mini one with an oval in the near future, too. Thanks for watching and enjoy!
Hello! I'm sorry you had difficulty with this. I tried to make it as small as possible, so the holes are very tiny--I definitely understand any frustration, as I had some when I was creating the pattern. I do have a slightly larger version which measures roughly five inches wide, but it does not have the oval. If you're interested, you can check it out here: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Crochet-a-Mini-Version-of-the-Batman-Symbol/
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