Yes that is the name of the shawl I am making right now and yes I think it is cursed. I am using a beautiful Ella rae Merino superwash in a bright pink and size 9 needles but every pattern row I have made an error on every one—and it is easy peasy, a simple staggered eyelet. What is wrong with me?
I transitioned yesterday from the body to the edging and goofed up the first row of edging—267 stitches and I noticed my mistake at stitch 265, I fixed it all on the next row with ripping of individual stitches and making it an additional all garter row instead of a pattern row. To me SKP means slip knit pass slip over —in this pattern it meant slip knit two together and pass the slip over. I use the symbol Sk2tp for that one. I have to learn to read the stitch glossary instead of assuming.
I want to start my sunny side up shawl but refuse to until I finish the Black (albeit in this case Pink) Death.