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Pont Neuf

VERSION CHANGE
04.05.13 Original version
05.26.13

Page 2 - In the middle column, the 3rd line after "Front Panel" should begin: "...103, 103, 113, 113) sts at..."

11.11.13

Page 2 - In the middle column under "Front Panel", two sets of sizes have been revised:

Sizes 36 ½ and 40 ½" / 92 and 103 cm ONLY: Work Rows 1-24 of Chart A twice, then work Rows 1-12 - (-, 0, 1, -, -, -, -) more time.

Sizes 44 and 48 ¼" / 112 and 122.5 cm ONLY: Work Rows 1-24 of Chart B twice, then work Rows 1-12 once more.

01.26.16

Page 2 - In the middle column under "Front Panel", the first paragraph now begins: "With RS facing, using larger needles and beginning at lower corner of Right Front..."

Greystone

VERSION CHANGE
08.10.13 Original version
10.17.13

Page 5 - On Chart D, the left Seed stitch section has been fixed so that the knits and purls align with the Seed stitch section on Chart C. For reference, the last 7 sts of Row 1 should read: "...C2F, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1". The first 7 sts of Row 2 should read: "K1, p1, k1, p1, k1, p2...".

Joist

VERSION CHANGE
11.23.13 Original version. Joist is also featured in the combined pattern beginning on page 2. The first page number refers to the single pattern; the second page number after the slash (/) refers to the combined pattern.
02.14.14

Page 5/6 - In the Chart, Sleeve size 48" / 122 cm now begins and ends at the same time as Body size 51 ¼" / 130 cm. They have been combined into one bracket (7th from the top) beginning at st 18 and ending at st 57.

Corvina

VERSION CHANGE
07.28.14 Original version
08.12.14

Page 2 - In the left column, the instructions specific to Sizes 31,
34 ¾, 39 ¼, 43 ¼, and 47" / 78.5, 88.5, 100, 109.5, and 119.5 cm ONLY have changed to the following:

Work 2 rows even.
Work Raglan Inc row A.
Work 3 rows even.
Work Raglan Inc row A.
Rep last 4 rows 2 (2, 0, 0, 0, -, -) more times. 260 (280, 304, 324, 352, -, -) sts.

Page 2 - In the middle column in the second paragraph, Next row (RS) now reads: "* Knit to marker, sm, work Chart C over 14 sts, k6 (8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18), work Chart B over 14 sts, sm; rep from * once more, knit to end."

Page 2 - In the right column in the second-to-last paragraph, Next rnd now reads: "K2 (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8), work Chart B over 14 sts, sm, k30 (32, 34, 36, 42, 50, 56), sm, work Chart C over 14 sts, k2 (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)."

Hartford

VERSION CHANGE
11.17.14

Original version

01.28.15

Because of the cable pattern, Front measurements are different from the Back, which is knit in rib. Front measurements have been recalculated for the finished bust measurements (page 1), schematic (page 2), chart (page 3), and all instances of size-specific directions.

Orikata

VERSION CHANGE
04.20.15 Original version
04.24.15

Cast on instructions have been modified to produce a more distinct i-cord edge.

Page 1 - In the middle column under Collar, the following has been added after the first paragraph: "Cut yarn and slide sts to opposite end of needle. Rejoin yarn, ready to work a RS row."

Page 1 - In the middle column under Upper Back, the second paragraph now begins: "Work in St st, beginning with a purl row, until piece...."

Page 1 - Reference to the techniques sidebar has been changed from page 4 to page 5 in three instances.

Shannonmore

VERSION CHANGE
08.02.15 Original version
10.05.15

The errata here refers to page 1 of the Men's single pattern and page 7 of the combined pattern.

Page 1 Men's / Page 7 combined - In the second-to-last paragraph in the right column, the armhole measurements for the Front should match the Back. They should now read: "7 ½ (8, 8 ½, 9, 9)" / 19 (20.5, 21.5, 23, 23) cm"

5.05.17

The errata here refers to page 2 of the Men's single pattern ONLY.

Page 2 Men's - The schematic has been changed to the Men's measurements. Previous versions had used the Women's measurements.

Spinner

VERSION CHANGE
11.15.15a Original version
12.21.15

Under Finished Measurements (page 1, left column) and on the schematic (page 4), the length at center back is now 13 ¾ (14 ¼, 15, 15 ¾, 16 ½)" / 35 (36, 38, 40, 42) cm.

Page 1 - In the left column under Suggested Yarn, the following note has been added: "For this shawl, the yarn worked up more like a light fingering or lace weight yarn than fingering weight; keep this in mind if you choose to substitute a different yarn. You may wish to purchase additional yarn to ensure you have enough to complete the shawl."

Page 1 - In the middle column, the first line in the last paragraph now reads: "Rep Short row 3 until 0 (6, 2, 8, 4) sts..."

Page 1 - Right after the last paragraph above, a fourth short row has been added. It reads: "Short row 4 (RS): Work to end, picking up and working wraps tog with wrapped sts as you come to them."

Page 1 - In the right column, the first line of the first paragraph now reads: "Work 1 row even, picking up and working rem..."

Page 2 - In the symbol key, the definition for the cable (second in the rightmost column) has been changed. It now reads: "slip 3 sts to cable needle and hold to front, k2, slip purl st (next st on cable needle) back to left needle, p1, k2 from cable needle".

Lily

VERSION CHANGE
08.01.08 Original version
08.29.08

Page 4 - In sleeve instructions:

Work first lace section, L1R, work to next lace section, L1L, work next two lace sections, slipping marker, L1R, work to last lace section, L1L.

Work remaining decrease increase rounds as follows:

09.07.16

Page 5: In the left column under “Decreasing to neck”, the 4th, 5th, and 6th lines in the second paragraph have been changed from:

“When you reach a point in the sleeves where you can no longer work each lace section in full, work only the outermost ssk and one YO until there are not enough stitches left to do so. Once the two lace sections of each sleeve have met, work your sleeve cap shaping as follows: Work to 4 sts before center point, k2tog, p2, ssk, work to end of sleeve section.”

to

"When you reach the point in the sleeves where there are 2 knit sts in the center, work the next 2 decrease rounds as * ssp, work across first lace panel, front/back, and next lace panel to 2 sts before sleeve center, p2tog; * repeat from * to *. There will now be 2 purl sts in the center of the sleeve. On odd chart rows, continue the decreases by working k2tog, p2, ssk over the center sts. On even chart rows, work the decreases by eliminating one yo from each chart on the sleeve."

Toleware Hat & Mitts

VERSION CHANGE
111108 Original version
120608 Page 3 - Round 9 should read:
Rnd 9: K1, p1, k9, (p2, k2) 5 times, p1 (k1, p1) to end.

Little Liza Jane

VERSION CHANGE
02.21.09 Original version
03.07.09

Some measurements on the schematic have been recalculated. Please note the following lengths on the right side of the schematic:

Shoulder to underarm opening: 3 ½ (4, 4 ½, 5)" / 9 (10, 11.5, 12.5) cm.

Underarm to beginning of skirt: 1 ½ (2, 2 ½, 3)" / 4 (5, 6.5, 7.5) cm.

Skirt: 10 (10 ½, 13, 14)" / 25.5 (26.5, 33, 35.5) cm.

Dress from shoulder to skirt edge: 15 (16 ½, 20, 22)" / 38, 42, 51, 56) cm.

07.10.09

An additional change has been made to the schematic:

Skirt circumference: 24 ¾ (25 ¾, 29 ¾, 30 ¾)" / 63 (65.5, 75.5, 78) cm.

08.17.09

Page 1 - Under Shape Bodice (3rd column), the first paragraph should read "Next rnd: * (P1, yo, ssk, p1, place 2 sts on cn and hold to front, k2tog, k1, k2 from cn, place 3 sts on cn and hold to back, k2, [ k1, ssk ] from cn) 5 (5, 6, 6) times, (p1, yo, ssk ) 0 (1, 0, 1) time; rep from * once more. 120 (126, 144, 150) sts."

08.19.09Page 3 - Under Left Shoulder, the first paragraph should read "Rejoin yarn to neck edge of left shoulder. Work WS row even, then dec 1 at neck edge on next 2 RS rows—13 (17, 16, 16) sts. Work even until piece measures same as back shoulder."

Aphrodite

VERSION CHANGE
05.30.09 Original version
06.23.09Page 4 - The caption for the Seam Lace Chart should read "Seam Lace Chart: Work rows 9–30 and then repeat rows 9–30 for the pattern."

Cambridge

VERSION CHANGE
11.09.09 Original version
01.12.10

Page 2 - In the Abbreviations list under K2T the second sentence now reads "Knit first stitch again."

Page 6 - On the Attached Cable Waistband Chart, stitch 10 has been revised. On rows 1, 3, and 7 stitch 10 is ssp. On rows 5 and 9 stitch 10 is sssp. On all even-numbered rows stitch 10 is p.

Page 6 - On the Attached Cable Cuff Chart, stitch 5 has been revised. On rows 1 and 5 stitch 5 is ssp. On row 3 stitch 5 is sssp. On all even-numbered rows stitch 5 is p.


Rococo

VERSION CHANGE
08.09.09 Original version
01.24.10

Page 2 - Column 1 under Index Finger, the second sentence should read: "Work the remaining 16 stitches, then pick up 14 stitches from the cast on edge of the middle finger—20 stitches."

Page 9 - Column 1 under Index Finger, the second sentence should read likewise.


Timpani

VERSION CHANGE
03.30.10 Original version
05.10.10 Page 2, column 3 - Under Neck Shaping, the first sentence in the 5th paragraph now begins: "Cont to work as established in rev St st, keeping the lower edge in 3 st slipped stitch edging until 23 (27, 29, 29, 31, 33, 35) rows have been completed...."


Community Gardens

VERSION CHANGE
07.27.10 Original version
08.23.10 Page 2 - Line 40 of the chart should read: "K3tog, p1, ssk". Under Abbreviations, k3tog is defined as "knit 3 stitches together".


Fireside

VERSION CHANGE
11.08.10 Original version
01.12.11

Page 6 - On Chart E—Sleeve Chart, the note on the side of the chart regarding rows 23 and 24 should read: "Work rows 23 and 24 six times."


Pergola

VERSION CHANGE
03.28.11 Original version
04.07.11 Page 2 - On the Foot chart on rows 1 and 2, the purl symbols at stitches 12 and 16 have now moved to stitches 13 and 15, to match the rest of the pattern.


Scout

VERSION CHANGE
07.31.11 Original version
10.24.11

Page 3 - In the middle column, 4th paragraph and the last column, 2nd paragraph, the first sentence should read: "Repeat Decrease Row every 4th row 3 (1, 3, 6, 0, 1, 5, 0, 2) time(s)...."


Eira

VERSION CHANGE
11.12.11 Original version
01.06.11

Page 2 - Under Shape left shoulder, the 15th line from the bottom now reads:

Next row (WS): P30 (34, 37, 41, 44, 48), w&t.

It used to read "P28 (32, 35, 39, 42, 46), w&t."


Paon

VERSION CHANGE
04.07.12 Original version
06.13.12

Page 3: On Chart B, stitch 22 on row 67 should be a yarn over, not a knit stitch.

08.03.15

Page 2: On Chart A, stitch 58 on row 19 should be a knit stitch, not a yarn over.