I’m now not busy with school and trying to pick up the past project again… I’m making a shawl. I just finished the back (with a lot of help from you guys reading the pattern).
Now I need to do the left front.
It begins with 18 sts, builds the pattern A for 8 rows, and increases to the left. The increasing part is the problem.
The pattern says:
Inc and work into patt one st at beg of the next row and 25 foll alt rows, working first 6 sts in pattern B, the next 2 sts in rev St st, the next 16 sts in pattern B and the final 2 sts in rev St st, at the same time, inc one st at end (front edge) of next row and 9 foll 8th rows working first 2 sts in rev St st, the next 6 sts in pattern B and the final 2 sts in rev St st.
Phew - I think this pattern is a run-on-sentence…!!!
what does it mean "work into patt one st at beg of the next row?"
what is “rev St st?”
The pattern A takes 16 sts, pattern B takes 6 sts. In between the pattern, there are 2 purl sts. So, it goes like: 2 sts - Patt A (16 sts) - 2 sts - Patt B (6 sts) - 2 sts … etc.
Thanks for your help in advance!