I'm traveling across country tomorrow, so I want to make sure I understand this pattern before I get on the plane.
Here's the pattern:
Midsection A (includes the spout gusset and the split for the handle )
Row 9 (RS): k2, p1, k1, m1, k1 twelve times, m1p, pm, **, m1p, pm, ** twelve more times, p1, k first stitch from next needle, turn.
Row 10 (WS): sl1, k1, p3, k1 to marker, sl marker, k1, p3, k1, slip marker, k1, p3 to last 2sts, k1, p1, turn.
Row 11 (RS): sl1, k in patt to stitch marker, sl marker, m1, k in patt to marker, m1, sl marker, work in patt to end.
Row 12 (WS): sl1, work in patt to end.
Rows 13-17: Alternate rows 11 and 12 for the next five rows. You will end on a RS row.
What I'm confused on is.. if you stop working in the round, and start turning instead, won't that screw up how it looks? I don't understand how you can go from knitting round and then knitting flat while... already in the round.
Also it says later, to work "in pattern" as you see above. Which is the pattern? p3, k1 and then k3, p1?
Any help would be great!
(This pattern is beyond confusing. I've included it to share the pain.)
Pattern link -- incoming PDF!