It looks like you are suppose to repeat that same pattern - odds and evens - both ways...lovey said:Here's the pattern:
CO 44 st
Knit 1 roa
K1, K2tog, *yo, k2,yo,k2tog, k3, k2tog* repeat between *'s 3 more times, yo, k2, yo, k2tog, k1.
repeat pattern row until it is as long as you want.
I posted last week I think. I am having problems with it. I only get a few rows in and I then have 1 too many or too few stitches. Someone earlier said the pattern was wrong, but I have the same number of YOs and K2togethers.
Then I thought maybe it needed a knit row for the YO's
Actually now that I read the pattern that is the way it sounds to me also... with no resting rows inbetween unless it says different in another spot on the pattern..HandyFamily said:It looks like you are suppose to repeat that same pattern - odds and evens - both ways...
:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:Anne S said:Markers! You need markers! I believe the pattern consists on just that one row - no knit or purl rows. Do this: k1, k2tog, place marker, do the repeat, place marker, do another repeat, and place marker etc until you get to the last 5 stitches, place marker, and do the yo, k2, yo, k2tog, k1. Each repeat should contain 9 stitches, counting the yos. If you have more or less, frog that particular repeat and redo it.