No worries @behappy! Plenty of people spell it wrong, it's hard to spell! 🙂
SCS knots are what I call "Same-colored-string knots" It's when a knot has two strings that are the same exact color, like, just for example, knot number 3 in the 2nd row. Or for another example, knot number 3 in the 8th row.
SCS knots can technically be any of the four knots (foward, backward, forward-backward, or backward-forward) and it doesn't change the pattern 🙂
The only SCS knots I don't recommend changing are the ones on the very ends (very first and very last knots of every odd-numbered row) because those make up the "straight edges" or "flat edges" of the pattern 🙂
There's a few alternative knot structure for this I'm making so that the middle motif can be turned 90 degrees - for bracelet makers who like viewing their work more vertically rather than horizontally!
When it's done, you can check out the alternative knot structure in the link in my profile bio 🌿