She does 4 trebles between the waves but you could easily increase that to 10. Hooking two into the same stitch is perfect at the top of the ripple but look at how she does the bottom of the ripple – she doesn’t just skip two but kind of joins two stitches. (That sounds tricky but don’t worry she explains it well and the photos are super clear!)
I found after a while I could see where the peaks and troughs were so I didn’t have to count the in between stitches.
The ends of the rows are super tricky! Again she has great photos of the ends of the rows and turning – plus I found with practise I got better.
Maybe try making a small sample of only 3 or four repeats of the pattern and 10 rows or so to practice.
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