You have the spokes misaligned - the spokes on the far side of the wheel as seen in the picture cross the spokes on the other side of the wheel when they shouldn't.
Look at the spoke at the 7 o'clock position in the image - the one that's brightly reflecting. Trace it back to the hub. It goes to the far side of the hub.
Now, at the rim, move one spoke to the right towards the 6 o'clock position. Trace that spoke back to the hub. It goes to the near side of the hub in the picture.
See how it crosses over the first spoke?
It shouldn't cross like that - it should be running to the spoke hole to the left of the brightly-reflecting spoke at the 7 o'clock position, not to the hole to the right of that spoke like it does.
All the spokes on that side of the wheel need to be moved 2 spoke holes clockwise as picture.
At least that will be closer - you may be further off than that as it's hard to tell from the posted image.
Pick a spoke on one side of the hub. Move to the other side of the hub. Directly opposite the spoke you picked should be between two spoke holes. Move to the hole in the direction the spoke on the other side "points". For most symmetrical lacing schemes, the spoke in that hole should run to next hole in the rim past the spoke on the other side.