Don't read this sentence.
Okay, here are my notes written in Robynese so a professional might want to rewrite themNote: my rewrites only concern the stitches on the facing side of the double knitting, you are still slipping all of the stitches on the other side with the exception of the edgings which are written outside of the brackets.Row 16: Sl1, ssk, k2, [k2, m1, k3, m1, k2] k2, k2tog, k1Row 17: Sl1, k3, [k2, m1, k3, m1, k2] k4Row 18- 19: as isRow 20: Sl1, ssk, k1, [k3, m1, k3, m1] k1, k2tog, k1Row 21: Sl1, k2, [k3, m1, k3, m1, k3] k3Row 22-23: as isRow 24: Sl1, ssk [k3, m1, k5, m1, k3] k2tog, k1Row 25: Sl1, k1 [k3, m1, k5, m1, k3] k2Row 26-27: as isRow 28: Ssk, [k3, m1, k7, m1, k3] k2ogRow 29: Sl1, [k3, m1, k7, m1, k3] k1Row 30-31: as isThe problem with the pattern is that in each instance of the (KSl inc) there either should have been the removal of a (k1, Sl1) or it should have been clearer in the instructions that the (k1,sl1) was that of a previous pair and not an additional set. I also found the m1 increase to be way easier to do after the fact than the tbl that was called for since to doesn't require the person to find the old stitch and maneuver around the slipped stitch. It also looks neater.
Maybe I'll decorate my bathroom in octopus.