Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma
If some of it is left "open to interpretation" just say so, after all if nobody's getting money for it (I think that's what you mean, if not correct me) why should you put in a lot of time on it?
Okay, notes in hand now. I was close on the CO but not quite.
CO a multiple of 10 sts + 1
. It's knit lengthwise, so the CO will determine your finished length.
k one row. This is actually optional, but Wendy did it that way, so I did too.
Then the fun starts.
all RS rows:
k2tog, k3, m1, *k1,m1,k3,dbl dec,k3,m1*, rep from * to * until 6 sts remain, k1, m1, k3, ssk (and if you happened to have any sts left over, just knit 'em.
The double decrease I used was sl2tog, k1, p2sso, but you can use another method if you'd rather.
For the other WS rows, I knit one row after each color change and purled the others. The knit rows are optional, but they help minimize curling and add a garter ridge at intervals that adds some interest. (Mostly I did it that way 'cos that's how Wendy did it.)
I did the BO on the WS... also because that's how Wendy did it.
Everything except the pattern rows is pretty much a free-for-all. If you want to know how I did it, I'll be happy to share.