The stitch pattern is the same, with differences worked in for counts that the designer has taken the trouble of giving us :)
The pattern sheet has a photo tutorial, and this is the inspirational photograph.. 10-in-1 :)
I've made a chart and you can also take a look at this lovely video link provided by designer at http://newstitchaday.com/how-to-crochet-the-connected-spiral-stitch/
one for the 1st fsc row and one for all other rows.
The cluster st is a 4 dc-tog, here the designer has split the st into 3 dc-tog in one st and then 1 dc in a st (2 sts away) and then putting all these 4 separated sts as 1 dc 4-tog.
So our cl-st (4 dc-tog) is spread over 4 sts.
So our cl-st (4 dc-tog) here will be moving in the opposite direction from the one in the earlier row – which is why they look like leaves J
rep from *to* till last dc ;
check that you have 121 sc and then turn and do one more row of sc’s on top of this row ;
then you will continue down the sides of your blanket till the 1st fsc row ;
work a row of sc on that 1st fsc row and then up the other side till you reach the top corner of your blanket.
the edging reverse sc / crab stitch