Originally Posted by Abbily
I wonder if you could slip 2 stitches, k2tog, then pass the 2 slipped stitches over the K2tog stitch?
It's supposed to make a bell shape. Do you think doing that would do it?
AH HA! Here's a version of the evil
SEE ROW 7:
Cast on 38 or 47 stitches- depending on the size cloth you desire.
Knit border for 7 rows and start pattern.
Row 1: B4,k2,*yo,k8,yo,k1*,end with k1, B4. ( right side )
Row 2: B4, k3,*p8,k3*, B4.
Row 3: B4, k3,*yo,k8,yo,k3*, B4.
Row 4: B4,k4,*p8,k5* end repeat with k4,B4.
Row 5: B4, k4,*yo,k8,yo,k5* end repeat with k4,B4,
Row 6: B4, k5, *p8,k7* end repeat with k5,B4.
Row 7: B4, k5,* k4tog-tbl,k4tog,k7* end with k5,B4.
Row 8: B4, knit, B4.