Directions for Necklace Chain

•You have reached the point where the necklace divides in half and forms a "Y". The two sections will form a lacy neck chain. These instructions are for a chain that measures approx. 9" on each side (excluding the clasp) from where the necklace splits into a "Y". You may add or subtract knots to adjust for desired length.

19. lake Cd #5 and bring it out to the left under Row 22. Make a row of 4 DHHs using Cds If 4, 3, 2, & 1 (see Figure 4).

20. Take Cd #5 and bring it out to the left. Make a row of 3 DHHs using Cds il 4, 3 & 2. Omit Cd #l(the previous AC) from knotting.

21. Take Cd #5 and bring it out to the left. Make a row of

2 DHHs using Cds ft 4 & 3. Omit Cds #1 & 2 (the 2 previous ACs) from knotting.

22. Take Cd #5 and bring it out to the left. Make a DHH with Cd #4. Omit Cds #1, 2, & 3 (the 3 previous ACs) from knotting.

•All the cords should be coming out straight to the left side (Cds#l - 4) except for Cd #5, which exits the last DHH vertically (see Figure 4).

23. Repeat Steps 19 - 22 on the right side of the necklace.

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