I found a “small” project for the holidays; you know, to show everyone I can knit (done tons of scarves and hats already). But the pattern is abbreviated (in the usual way I assume) and it contains some unfamiliar instructions–mostly the k and p in the same stitch. . . The whole thing follows below along with a link to its source (not supposed to reproduce it) and a pic of what it is to be.
CO 2 st, leaving a 10" tail.
Row 1: k2
Row 2: In same st, p1 then p1 tbl 2 times (4 sts)
Row 3: In same st, k1 then k1 tbl; k2; in same st, k1 then k1 tbl (6 sts)
Row 4: In same st, p1 then p1 tbl; p4; in same st, p1 then p1 tbl (8 sts)
Row 5: BO 3, k4 (5 sts)
Row 6: BO 3, p1 (2 sts)
Rep rows 1-6.
BO, leaving a 10" tail.
Weave tails through WS to center and tack to center. Wrap around center one time and tack again. Cut to desired length.
Thanks in advance for all help. And enjoy a good laugh on my account! :roflhard: