So remember this scarf? Lemme put a pic up just in case you've forgotten.
Ah yes, that one. The one where the creator was requiring $7 for directions, yet gave up close pictures to enable cheapskates to discern its pattern. Let me show you my start on it.
Yes, there are some discrepancies. An obvious one is that the previous pattern had a 5x5 square, and I have a 6x6. But here is my pattern thus far (I apologize for any terrible pattern writing).
1 -- ch20. sc in last ch.
2 -- ch4. dc in 3rd ch from sc. *ch2, dc in 3rd ch from dc. Repeat from star until across the row.
Repeat grid pattern until you have a 6x6 square.
3 -- 3sc in 1st square, 2sc in next square, 2sc in next square, 2sc in next square. ch8, attach by slst to 3rd sc from the last one made. ch1, flip work so that when it's facing you, you have on the left of your hook the plain grid and a loop. 3sc in loop, ch4, 2sc, ch4, sc1, ch4, sc1, ch4 sc2, ch4, sc3. Continue sc-ing in the grid. 2sc in next square, 3sc in next square, ch1 and turn work 90 degrees clockwise.
Repeat row three 3x, until all around the square, and slst in the base of the first sc.
4 -- ch6, sc in 2nd picot on the loop. ch8, sc in 4th picot on the loop. ch6, sc in corner of the grid.
Repeat row four 3x, until all around the square and slst in the base of the first ch.
5 -- 3sc over the ch-6, ch4, sc, ch4, sc, ch4, 3sc (ch-6 loop). 4sc over the ch-8, ch4, sc, ch4, sc, ch4, 4sc (ch-8 loop). 3sc over the ch-6, ch4, sc, ch4, sc, ch4, 3sc (ch-6 loop).
Repeat row five 3x, until all around the square and slst in the base of the first sc and break thread.
Take that Ms. I'mma-charge-money-for-my-pattern!