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Saturday, 26 January 2008

Beer Gloves:

At the end of the directions for the Whale Spine Cable Stitch, the pattern says to "repeat rows 1 - 12 for pattern." That should read "repeat rows 1 - 8 for pattern."

 

Look Sharp Socks

Heel Prep

Row 1(RS) PU and k13 sts evenly along the edge of block, turn.

Row 2 (WS) p13

Row 3 Sl 1, p1, [k1,p1] 5 times, ssk (working last st tog with first st on next needle), turn.

continue as est. in pattern, adding 1 to each row in book (ie book's row 3 is knitter's row 4, book's 4 is knitter's 5, etc) 

 

High Top Hoodie:

Sleeves: Row 2 should read :P 10 (10, 10, 12, 12) k2, p2, k2, p10 (10, 10, 12, 12)
In the neck should read:
Next Row (WS) Purl.
Work raglan shaping as for back until 44 (52, 60, 60, 64) sts rem, ending on a WS row. 
Neck (Right Side):The second-to-last “Next Row” should read: BO 1 st at neck edge, k to last 4 sts, k2tog, k2 — 8 (9, 13, 13, 9) sts. 

Neck (Left Side):The last “Next Row” should read: BO 1 st at neck edge, p to end. -- 8 (9, 13, 13, 9) sts.

 

Smokin'

 

The following is a correction to the paragraph directly following Row 16, found in the Left Column of Page 109: (errata indicated in bold)

Rep rows 9–16 three (three, four, four, five) times more, then rows 9-13 once (once, 0, 0, once) more. L & XL only: Purl back one row (WS).

The following are corrections to the Right and Left Saddle portion of the design, found in the Left Column of Page 110: (errata are indicated in bold)

Back Right Shoulder 
Set-Up Row (partial): BO 8 (9, 8, 9 9) 
Row 1 (RS) K to last sleeve st, ssk (working last sleeve st tog with first back st). Turn 
Row 2 (WS) Sl1, p7 (8, 7, 8, 8). Turn.

further down page

Back left shoulder 
Set-up row (partial) BO 8 (9, 8, 9 9) 
Row 1 (WS) P to last sleeve st, p2tog (working last sleeve st tog with first back st). Turn. 
Row 2 (RS) Slip 1, k7 (8, 7, 8, 8). Turn

 Deady Bear

 Both errors occur in the muzzle section of the pattern. 

  • Muzzle section: Row 3,5, and 7 should just read Row 3.

  • Missing row, muzzle section: Row 15 is missing from the pattern. You should treat Row 17 as Row 15, and Row 19 as Row 17. Therefore, the muzzle will be 17 rows long.

 Lidsville - Assembly Clarification 

 

The designer has posted the following clarification of the assembly instructions for this pattern:

Basically you just slip stitch all the sides of each piece together. So if you put all the “Back” pieces together in a row slip stitch each touching side. Those pieces crochet together will pinch the top so that it folds over. The “Top” piece will be slip stitched to the “Back” pieces from the ninth row of one “Back” piece to the ninth row of the other “Back” piece on the other side, slip stitching evenly across counting the four tips of the back piece as one stitch. The “Side” pieces will be slip stitched to the “Back” piece and “Top” piece. With the angled edge facing the “Top” piece slip stitch the “Side” on starting from the first row of one of the “Back” pieces continuing down the edges of the “Top” and “Side” piece to the end. Finally the really weird part, the brim, if you are just using plastic canvas follow Brim A if you are using a rounded hard plastic piece from a hat follow Brim B.

BRIM A) 
The Brim is slip stitched on to the “Top” piece and along the bottom edges of the “Side” pieces. You will be slip stitching along the front of the brim. Turn the unfinished hat inside out and starting at about half of the “Side” piece slip stitch the Brim along the bottom edge of the “Side” piece and continue along the edge of the “Top” piece then continue along the edge of the “Side” piece until you reach the end of the brim. This will keep your slip stitches hidden.

BRIM B) 
You will basically be doing the same work just make sure you hold the brim so it curves away from you not towards you, so the brim is right-side up when you turn it right-side out.

Then you might want to do a single crochet around the bottom of the “Back” piece and the “Side” pieces and slip stitching along the inside curve of the brim. 

 

Tubey

It should say:

Hand Jive Knits Nature’s Palette Fingering 
1 skeins = 185.0 yards (169.2m) Color: Acacia (Yellow) 
Hand Jive Knits Nature’s Palette Fingering 
2 skeins = 370.0 yards (338.3m) Color: Creme 
Hand Jive Knits Nature’s Palette Fingering 

1 skeins = 185.0 yards (169.2m) Color: Indian Paintbrush (Red) 

 

 

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