I need quick help if there's anyone online today!

I knit my mom this hat for Christmas, and decided to modify the pattern to make her a matching scarf. I basically shortened it (co 36sts instead of 108).

To start the scarf, I used the hat edging pattern:
[B]Row 1: knit across
Row 2: knit across
Row 3: knit across
Row 4: purl across
Row 5: *K2tog, 3 times, (yo, k1) 6 times, k2tog 3 times; rep from * to end
Row 6: knit
Rows7-10: repeat rows 3-6
Row 11: *k4, k2tog, rep from * to end[/B]

You can see in the hat photo, this gave me a wavy edge with some lacy holes.

For the main part of the scarf I just used the repeat pattern from the bottom half of the hat:
[B]Row 12: purl across
Row 13: knit across
Row 14: knit across
Row 15: knit across
Repeat rows 12-15[/B]

Now I’m getting close to the other end of the scarf, and I realize that I can’t just follow the first end pattern backwards… I need to increase where I decreased, but I can’t figure out what sort of increases to use to achieve the same pattern I got on the first end.

Can anyone help so I can give my mom a finished scarf? LOL Thank you, and Merry Christmas!

You’re right to do the pattern backwards from row 11 to row 1. When you do row 11, either do a kfb or a m1 in place of the k2tog. Other than that, just do the pattern as written backwards. You don’t have to worry about row 5 because the yo’s equal out with the k2tog’s. Good luck!

Thank you, thank you!