<<Working in the round, here is the pattern.
Cable Rnd 1: K23 slip marker, K2, slip marker, K4, PM, P3, C3F, K3, P3, PM, K4
Cable Rnd 2 and 3: Work even for two rounds.
Cable Rnd 4: K23, sl marker, K2, sl marker, K4, sl marker, P3, K3, C3B, P3, sl marker, K4
Cable Rnd 5 and 6: Work even for 2 rounds.
What does WORK EVEN mean? What would rows 2, 3, 5 and 6 be? Can someone write them out for me? >>
Can you provide a link to this pattern? Right off the bat I see something wrong...Cable Rnd 1 says C3F, then you're supposed to work rounds 2 and 3 in the same manner as round 1, which would mean cabling three successive rounds. This is wrong and not how to knit a cable. Next thing I see wrong is Rnd 4 as the next cable row. This row would end up being the back side of the item and as many cables as I've made in my life I've never made a cable on the back side of my project. Usually cable rows are all even numbers or all uneven numbers depending on which side you consider row 1.