At the end of this row, place a stitch holder or a safety pin in the stitch to hold it. (View D.)
At this point, you are going to begin the layered stitch. Work into the starting chain again. To accomplish this, I find it easiest to turn the work upside down and start at the right hand side, working from right to left.
Row 4: Using color B, draw up a loop in the first chain stitch in the starting chain. Working in the starting chain, make 76 evenly spaced slip stitches across the work. (Views E and F.)