However, I'm on to the first lace portion and I really get screwed up. The odd rows knit up just fine but the even (wrong side) rows never line up the way the pattern instructs. At first I thought it was because I stopped increasing so much sooner than what is written, but that really shouldn't matter since the odd rows always work out.
The pattern has a "knit 3 together" instruction and I never have enough stitches for it. I always just do a knit one or an occasional knit 2 together. It looks like it is turning out ok but I still feel like I'm screwing it up. Advice would be much appreciated.
This is the Quaking Aspen Shawl from Ravelry. I frogged the lace edging once already. At least she looks pretty while being ripped apart...
Ugh. That lace. How terrible. First time it's ever felt good to frog a substantial amount of work:
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