Errata

Each to Each

In the written instructions for Row 11 of the Repeated Lace Section One a k2tog was mistakenly written as a ssk. It has been updated on all digital platforms.

This line should read:

11 – k2, kYOk, k4, p1, k1, ◊, k1, p1, k2tog, k2, YO, k2, *p1, k2, YO, k2, ssk, p1, k1, ◊, k1, p1, k2tog, k2, YO, k2* x eight [ten, twelve, fourteen], p1, k2, YO, k2, ssk, p1, k1, ◊, k1, p1, k4, kYOk, k2 [185, 221, 257, 293 sts]

Sheaves

In Round 24 of Chart A stitch 21 has an errant skp symbol. This stitch should be knit.

The ssk-pssf-sl was omitted from the abbreviation descriptions. The instructions for this stitch are as follows:

slip-slip-knit then return the new stitch to left hand needle, pass the next stitch forward over the new stitch and drop off the front of the needle, slip stitch purl-wise back to right hand needle. (two sts dec)

Embowed Cowl

The printed booklet collection for Anzula Cricket has an error in the instructions for the chart.

After working Chart A four times you are instructed to:

Work Chart A 4 times, working center section twice, then work Rows 1–25 once more.

It should read: … work Rows 1 –24 once more.

Reciprocity

If you have purchased a printed pattern from an LYS it may contain the following error:

Page 3, Round 26 should read – *p1, k1; rep to end of round

If you purchased the pattern digitally, it has been updated on all platforms.

There is Water at the Bottom of the Ocean

If you have purchased a printed pattern from an LYS the first printing has the following errors:

Page 4, Repeated Section Two, Row 5, second line – the first underlined portion should read k3, k2tog, p1*. The bolded portion was originally a ssk.

Page 4, Repeated Section Two, Row 5, second line –  the second underlined portion should read *p1, ssk, k3, YO, k1, (YO, ssk). The bolded portion was originally a p3.

Page 5, Trim for Repeated Section Two, Row 5, second line – the first underlined portion should read k3, k2tog, p1*. The bolded portion was originally a ssk.

Page 5, Trim for Repeated Section Two, Row 5, second line – the second underlined portion should read *p1, ssk, k3, YO, . The bolded portion was originally a p3.

Page 5, If Ending with Repeated Section One, Row 5, first line –  – the second underlined portion should read *p1, ssk, k3, YO, k1, . The bolded portion was originally a p3.

If you purchased the pattern digitally, it has been updated on all platforms.

2 thoughts on “Errata

  1. A few more thoughts of possible errors in the written pattern: Repeated Section 2: Row 1, *p,SSK,K5,YO,K1,YO,K5, K2tog should be underlined as a repeat; Row 3: *K1,YO*twice should NOT be underlined as a repeat of the shawl center; Row 5: Line 2 :K3, SSK should read K3, K2tog or else the written chart is incorrect. I could not find these corrections in the Errata thread. I do have a digital version.
    Secondly, My digital version has squared everywhere including where the Name of the Shawl should exist. My version does not have any written Title of the Shawl….simply a bunch of squares. Is this right? There’re squares everywhere. At first I thought this might be a new symbol charting system for stitches so I was confused. But now I think it might be a PC platform thing. I am on a MAC…but PDF’s should not change any of this.

    • Thank you for taking the time to communicate your concerns, I will definitely look into this. With regards to the artifacts in the PDF, that sometimes happens if you are using an older version of a Mac based PDF reader. Usually it only happens with italics, I am uncertain why the title of the shawl would be missing as it isn’t in italics.

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