Clue One has been updated to Version 1.01.
We’ve corrected the very last row, before Prepare for Clue Two, to: to last 11 sts, k4, yo…. (not k5).
There are two corrections for the Advent version of Tinsel & Garland.
- Day 7: For the Checkers chart, the red border should be a 10-row repeat, not a 6-row repeat.
- Day 18: A dec row and an inc row have been added to correct the stitch count to fit the Eyelet multiple. Day 18 should be:
Cut CC11 and switch to CC12.
Rnd 99: [K2tog, k35] 4 times. 144 sts rem.
Rnds 100-107: Word Rnds 1-8 of Eyelet once.
Rnd 108: [M1, k36] 4 times. 148 sts.
October 24, 2022
Hele socks knitting pattern was updated to 2022-v.1.1 to correct an error in Row 1 (WS) of the Heel Turn.
August 30, 2022: Clue Five updated to Version 1.1
The updated version corrects Row 29 in both the chart and written instructions. The chart was missing the s2kp and then it should read k5 after the s2kp (not k6).
August 30, 2022: Clue Five updated to Version 1.01
The updated version adds a missing “Join CC1” at the beginning of Final Garter Decrease.
August 29, 2022: Clue Four updated to Version 1.01
There was a typo at the very end of Tweed Decrease One. It should read “Cut CC2” not “CC1. We made the fix in this 1.01 version.
August 16, 2022: Clue Two updated to Version 1.01
No errors, but after a couple of questions, we updated Clue Two to Version 1.01 to add extra stitch counts and asterisks (*) to the written Lace Increase section (instead of X times) for clarity.
August 5, 2022: Clue One updated to Version 1.1
We found three errors in Rows 2, 4, and 6 of the Mosaic Increase section of Clue One.
- Row 2 should end with “p4, k17, sl 1 wyif. 80 sts.” (not p1, k1, p2, k17, sl 1 wyif. 80 sts.)
- Row 4 should end with “p5, k17, sl 1 wyif. 81 sts. (not p3, k1, p1, k17, sl 1 wyif. 81 sts.)
- Row 6 should end with “p2, k17, sl 1 wyif. 82 sts.” (not p1, k18, sl 1 wyif. 82 sts.)
April 21, 2022
Cavatina has been updated to correct:
– Row 63: changed the end (k1) to k2.
Version 1.01 reflects these changes.
April 21, 2022
We’ve updated Edale to fix a couple of errors (and while we were in there, we updated the pattern to our fancy new layout):
– Row 2: there was a K1 missing after the K2tog
– Row 6: fixed the p2tog to a k2tog
– Row 11 and Row 27: K5 changed to K3.
Version 2.0 reflects all of these changes.
April 11, 2022
Talinum was updated to version 2.01 to add the missing cast-on for the Wide size. We also clarified the instructions between the two sizes.
Dec 22, 2021
Day 23 has a teeny typo. It should say:
“Join CC15 (do not cut MC).” instead of “Join CC14.”
Dec 15, 2021
Day 16 has a correction for the “Setup Row for Day 17 (WS).” It should end with: (k22, pm) 6 times, k10, M1R, pm, M1L, sm A, k3. 319 sts. (k10 comes before M1R, not after).
Dec 1, 2021
In a Twinkling, the knit shawl pattern in Advent 2021, has two tiny typos that might cause confusion.
Days 4 and 5 say “Row 10” instead of Row 4. It should say “Row 4.”
Jan 7, 2022 – Thunderclap has been updated to version 2.0
We fixed three errors with the Mosaic ZigZags chart (the written instructions were fine):
- The color of the first st in Row 1 should be blue since it is a CC st and not an MC st.
- There are two missing slipped stitch symbols in Rows 9-10 (the 3rd st in Row 9 and the third to last st in Row 10).
We also took the opportunity to update the layout to the newest shiny look.
- Midnight Bellini has been updated to Version 1.1 on 5/7/2020 to reflect a correction to the WS rows of the Rib pattern.
- Midnight Bellini has been updated to Version 1.2 on 7/6/2020 to reflect a tiny correction to Row 1 of the Garter Decrease Section should end with “to last 3 sts” (not “to last 2 sts”).
Misra Cowl has been updated to 1.1
The garter sections had the incorrect number of repeats. They have been updated to 14/15 repeats (respectively)
The correct wording should be “to last 2 sts, YO, k2.” and these are the rows impacted:
Day One – Set-up Row 2, Garter Ridge Patt Row 1.
Day Two – Lace Ridge Patt Row 3.
Day Three – Row 2 and Row 4.
Day Four – Row 2.
Day Six – Row 2.
Day Seven – Row 4.
Day Eight – Row 1.
Day Nine – Row 1.
Day Eleven – Row 1.
Day Twelve – Row 4.
Day Thirteen – Row 1.
Day Fourteen – Row 1.
Day Sixteen – Row 1.
Day Seventeen – Row 1.
Day Twenty-Two – Row 2.
Day Twenty-Three – Row 2.
Row 3 of Day 9: There’s a missing K1 before and after the center stitch. It should read: K2, yo, k1, yo, k2tog; rep from to 1 st before m, k1, yo, sm, k1, sm, yo, k1, ssk, yo; rep from to last 3 sts, k1, yo, k2. 4 sts inc’d.
We’ve tweaked Angi just a little bit to better clarify the shawl construction (by adding the border stitches to the stitch segments) in Version 1.2
Angi has been updated to version 1.1 to reflect a correction to the Stockinette lace section. Row 1 should read “6 sts before m” instead of “5.”
Duplin has been updated to 2.3
- Rnd 61 of “Set Aside Thumb Sts” should read p2 after the 2/2 RC.
- There was a missing asterisk in the Next Rnd of the Left Thumb.
Previous Version Updates:
- Corrected Rnds 57 and 61 of Left Mitt.
- Corrected Rnd 31 of Right Mitt.
- Corrected Rnd 33 of the Right Mitt Thumb Gusset.
Zetta has been updated to 1.01
Row 15 of the Decrease pattern (on both chart and written instructions) had an extra little yarn over after the first ssk.
Symphony Shawl has been updated to version 1.2
Garter Pattern Row 4 has been corrected to read: sl 1 wyif, KNIT to last st, sl 1 wyif.
Symphony Shawl has been updated to version 1.1
Stripe Section One, Rows 1-4, should be repeated 14 times (not 15) to end with 101 sts. This impacted the stitch counts for the Garter Section One (to end with 116 sts). Colour Section One has been tweaked to work Rows 1-16 once (instead of 1-12 once) to end with 146 sts (the original, correct stitch count).
Chart update only: Some of the WS rows showed purl stitches instead of knit! We’ve fixed it with Version 1.1.
Carolina Waves has been updated to 1.01
Row 40 of Lace Section Two removed the first ssk reference and Row 43 added a yo before the first ssk. Theses changes are both in the written and charted instructions.
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