Here is the rest of the KAL. We can end it this way because it is a “repeat” design and that is how these need to be done so there isn’t confustion over row numbers. I recommend to finish the set of rows 4 times. However, everyone has different tension and different ideas about the length of the cloth so I would also tell you to complete “to desired length”. If you feel it necessary to just do 6 rows on the last repeat, you can do too. Just work rows 1-6 and then finish off by knitting 4 rows and binding off.
I will post this same message on our blog with a photo of the cloth after day 3.
This was designed by me and I have 2 versions of this cloth but this one is called Lacy Scallop Cloth. Hope you like it.
Row 1: K6, *YO K2, SKP, K2Tog, K2, YO K1* Repeat between *’s end with K4.Row 2: K4, P29, K4
Row 3: K5, *YO K2, SKP, K2Tog, K2, YO K1*; Repeat between * ending K5
Row 4: K4, P29, K4
Row 5: Knit Across
Row 6: K4, P29, K4
Row 7: K6, *YO K2, SKP, K2Tog, K2, YO K1* Repeat from * end with K4
Row 8: K4, P29, K4
Row 9: K5, *YO K2, SKP, K2Tog, K2, YO K1*; Repeat between * ending K5
Row 10: K4, P29, K4
Row 11: Knit Across
Row 12: Knit Across
Repeat above rows for pattern
Knit last 4 rows