Thanks for asking. The pattern reads "CO 17 sts. Row !: k1inc1, k1; turn--leave 15 sts unknitted. Row 2 S1, k2 turn. Continues like that to Row 13: K1inc1, k13;turn--leave 9sts unknitted. Row 14: S1, k14, turn. Row 15: K1inc1, k23--25sts. On the other side, rep rows 1-14 to create another triangle on the straight sts." That makes the bottom then the middle of the scarf for as long as you want it is-- K1inc1, k14, skp, k15--32 sts. Then you do 15 more rows to create the other end of the scarf. You're supposed to end up with diagonals that intersect in the center of a rectangular scarf without any sewing or picking up sts. I just can't figure it out. It's by Iris Schreier, whom I gather, is the guru of "modular knitting". Is that what this is?
Any and all suggestions appreciated!