Just at the very end.

]]>Yes, that is correct! 120 is a multiple of 3.

]]>Hi Peggy, it is made in multiples of 8, then you have to add 12 chains. So you’ll need to make a chain that is a multiple of 8, such as 8, 16 24, 32, 40, 48, etc. Then add 12 more chains.

]]>Hi Lisa! It sounds like you are going to work row 2 through row 4.

]]>My question is, 2-4 means work rows 2 through 4 or work rows 2 and 4. Which one is it?

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OMG, thank you, Rachel!!! I can’t tell you how many things I read or how many people I’ve asked, and your explanation is the *only* one that made any sense to me. I’m so happy right now! ðŸ™‚

]]>You don’t have to add anything after the 178. 178 is already a multiple of 16, plus 2 more chains. So no need to add anything else unless you want it to be even longer.

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