I AM afraid you are drawing your fib lines correctly.
here are Gartley Strategy Rules
Point B should retrace 0.618 from the XA move.
Point D should retrace 0.786 from the XA move and create the entry zone.
Point D should be a 1.27 or 1.618 extension of the BC move
Point C should retrace anywhere from 0.382 – 0.886 of the AB move.
Buy or Sell at point D depending on whether the pattern is bullish or bearish
Place stop either below the entry for the tightest or Risk: reward ratio or below Point X.
If the market trades through Point X, the Gartley pattern is invalid and you should exit or not take the trade.
When these rules are met, you can find yourself on the cusp of a trade at the Entry Zone. Recognizing these points in the market is truly like riding a bike. Once you get the hang of it, the levels will pop out on the chart to you.