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Hello! Yes you are correct.
12 stitches casted on, and about 24 rows knitted.
If you have to juice the strawberries overnight, doesn't it make sense to do that first?? It seems like the steps are out of order. Shouldn't it be #2, #3, #4, #1, #5, #6. Correct me if I am mistaken.
I think the only part tripping you up is this line: "single crochet 10, chain 1, turn, sc 10, ch 1, turn, rep..." To explain it out more, you should: single crochet 10 stitches, then chain only 1 "v", then turn your work so the part you completed is on the left of your hook once again, then single crochet 10 stitches into your first 10 stitches, so they stack on top of each other. To do this, make sure you insert the hook into the new "v" on the top edge of your work.Give it another go and let me know if this helped!
I suggest using the whip stitch.http://www.mooglyblog.com/whip-stitch-seaming/^ I found this really good tutorial online, it has both written and video explanations of sewing with the whip stitch. You can use the same color as you used to crochet if you want an invisible seam, or a different color as well.Thank you for your input and I will consider making a sewing tutorial in the future! Let me know if you have any more questions. :)
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