I have re-knitted this pattern as written and did not see any errors. Here is the latest picture:
I've been racking my brains as to why others are not able to get the same fabric as pictured. The only thing I can think of is in row 2.
There is a K1 in the beginning of row. You don't repeat this K1. The repeat is from *YO, k2tog* to the end of row.
Another thing I'm thinking of is that I knit Continental, with the working yarn held in my left hand. I'm not a thrower. When you "throw" your yarn with the right hand, it is easy to drop or miss a Yarn Over.
Pattern Freebie, Big Net Lace Scarf pattern
All of a sudden, I've had requests for this pattern from my old, now defunct, website. so, I'm putting it up here:
I used a skein of Chunky weight Baby Alpaca, about 100 gms, 108 yards, and US size 15 ( 10 mm) needles.
Abbreviations: K – knit; tog-together; SSK-slip, slip, knit; YO-yarn over
Big Net Lace Scarf:
Cast on 17 stitches (must be an odd number of stitches)
Row 1 : Knit
Row 2: K1, * YO, k2tog * ; repeat from * to * to the end of row.
Row 4: * SSK, YO*; rep from * to * to the end of row, ending with K1
Row 5: Knit.
Repeat rows 2-5 until you have just enough yarn to bind off. Make sure you end with row 5 and bind off loosely.
I’m sure you can use any type of yarn, worsted, sport, lace weight. Adjust the number of stitches, make it narrower or wider. Play with it.
The pdf link is here on Ravelry.
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