So here's the next chart. The knitting will look squattier in real life. The trees look taller and narrower here because of the column and row dimensions I used in MS Excel. Whatever. It works as a guide.
I'm not quite ready to knit the trees yet. I'm up to the point where I knit the second little white repeat at the bottom of the hem. The first time I knit this I tried to keep the seam stitch in green, which was fine on the rows that had both green and white; however, on the rows that had just white, the green seam stitch looks disconnected from its white neighbors because, well because it was disconnected from its white neighbors. So, I screwed up my courage and called Schoolhouse Press to ask what to do about that seam stitch. A nice person answered the phone and when I said why I was calling she put Meg on the phone. Imagine being able to call and talk to a knitting celebrity. Anyway, she had a couple of suggestions:
1) slip the green seam stitch from the row below, or
2) make the seam stitch white for that part of the stocking.
... and she was so nice about it!