This may just be me being paranoid, but I was hoping you could reassure me that I am reading my pattern correctly. I am knitting a lace cowl neck on a sweater and the instructions read:
"…Turn collar inside out to reverse the RS and WS, and work 9 [COLOR=red]horizontal reps[/COLOR] from chart B.
Work rows 1-29 of chart, then purl 1 rnd and BO all sts loosely kw."
Chart B is a 10 st repeat and total stiches otn are 90.
I am unsure of the part in red - this is the only place in the pattern that the author refers to horizontal reps instead of rows. I interpreted this to mean “work rows 1-9 of chart B then rows 1-29 of chart B” Does this sound right? TIA!