lol I need your help again everyone. I know, it seems like I'm always here lol, people are probably getting tired of my name popping up lol. Let me know if you are lol.
I have a confusing mark in a pattern for the lovers knot I'm trying to figure out here. the pattern goes as follows.
Row 1:scin 2nd ch from hk *to work knot st, #draw up lp on hk 1/4", yo, pull thru lp, insert hk between vertical bar and long lp and draw up a lp,yo,pull thru both lps on hk (knot st made) rep from # once, kip 4 chs,sc in next ch; rep from * across, turn
Row 2: work a knot st, sc in first lp of first knot st of previous row, sc in 2nd lp of same knot st, * work a knot st, sc in first lp on next knot st, sc in 2nd lp of same knot st; rep from *
Now, I think I know what I'm doing. After you make the single crochet, you pull that loop up into a long loop. Then you wrap the yarn around the hook and pull it through. There is now a lin of yarn in front of the big loop. Insert your hook in between the line of yarn and the big loop, wrap your yarn around the hook and pull it through. Then wrap the yarn around your hook again, and pull it through both loops on the hook. I think that's how you do it but, what is confusing me, is the # symbol. It says repeat once but then there is the * symbol before it and it tells you to repeat everything. I'm a little confused lol.
I haven't gotten to the second row yet but, it looks just as confusing...and with me being confused by the first row, I'm not sure I want to attempt it any more, for the safety of my yarn XD lol. I already had to cut a piece off because a frayed it so much trying to get this mark and stitch (it was a cheap ball, I got it for me to practice with lol so no real harm just, don't want to ruin it unnecessarily).
Again, and as always, help is a HUGELY appreciated! ^-^
Thank you all that help me with this in advance if I can't quote you right away to thank you personally! ^-^