Errata and FAQ

Errata & FAQ is listed below in alphabetical order by the pattern name. Click the name to expand or hide.

  • Arno Pullover

    Under the section titled “Join Panels”, the first sentence should read "Slip 68 (72, 78, 84, 92, 98)..."

  • Barbet Turtleneck

    Under section title "Body", subsection "Shape Waist", the last sentence should say, "Work even for 16 1/2" from the divide or until 2" shorter than your desired length."

  • Brenta Hat

    Error in key for chart: Ktog and SSK are swapped.

  • Cimarron Shawl

    In Row 2, the purl stitches should be knit stitches. The row should read as follows:
    Row 2 (RS): Knit to one st before marker, KFB, pass marker, * KFB, K 9, S2KP, K 8, KFB, pass marker, rep from * to last marker, KFB, knit to end –2 sts increased.

  • Delancey Cardigan

    If you purchased your pattern before September 14, 2010...
    Your pattern may contain some of the errors listed here:
    1) All Sizes- Stripe pattern should begin on rows 30, 61, 98, 132, 166.
    2) Size 33- After row 108, the stitch count should read 162 sts total.
    3) Sizes 33 and 36- After row 114 on the front sides, the stitch count should read 30 (36, n/a, n/a) sts total.
    4) Size 33- On the front sides, work the section beginning on row 115 to row 122, then move on to the next section on row 123.
    5) All Sizes- Right and Left front sections, row 1 repeat beginning on rows 151 (153, 155, 157) should read: SSK, Knit to 2 sts before end, K2tog.
    6) All Sizes- Center back section, Row 1 repeat beginning on rows 115 (115, 117, 119) should end with an additional K1.
    7) All Sizes- Stripe pattern on sleeves should begin on rounds 1, 35, 69, and 103.

    If you purchased your pattern before August 9, 2010:
    All sizes- The second row on the first pattern repeat should end with an additional K1.

  • East Hale Cardigan

    Left front- the last two pattern rows in that section should be reversed. The pattern should read:
    Next row: (WS) Sl 3, knit to end
    Next row: (RS) Knit to the last 3 sts, p3.
    Rep last 2 rows until collar section measure 2.75”…

  • Escher

    Page 7, column 2, under "Work Rolled Edging" heading:
    Before Short Row 1, the pattern should say "Note: work remaining wraps together with wrapped stitches as you encounter them on next row." This note was mistakenly incorporated into the directions for Short Row 2. Ignore this instruction in Short Row 2.

  • Georgina Cardigan

    If you purchased your pattern prior to October 28, 2011, your pattern may contain errors. You should have received an email with the updated version (10272011 in the file name), but if you didn't, please contact Alexis Winslow directly through the email address listed on the pattern.

  • Laszlo Cardigan

    Page 118 in Graphic Knits Book:
    Inc Row 2 (RS) should read: K1 (2, 3, 3, 2), *M1, k1, M1, k2, M1, k2 (2, 3, 2, 2); rep from *—97 (106, 120, 131, 138) sts.

    Page 120 in Graphic Knits Book:
    After the first "Shaping Row", the stitch count is broken down incorrectly. The stitch count should read, —125 (148, 162, 182, 194) sts; 44 (52, 57, 65, 70) outside the markers on each side, 37 (44, 48, 52, 54) sts between the markers.

    Page 120 in Graphic Knits Book:
    Under "Shape Hips" section, the setup row should read: P18 (22, 23, 25, 26), pm, purl to the last m, p26 (30, 34, 40, 44), pm, p18 (22, 23, 25, 26) sts.

  • Martin Pullover

  • Minnow Top

    Chart A; Rows 13 and 31: Omit the last yarn-over in the row to maintain stitch count.

  • Miss Myrtle

    Version VP2 is missing the chart key:
    ◻ knit on RS
    • purl on RS
    O yarn over
    ▨ no stitch
    ╱ K2tog
    ╲ SSK

  • Nora Sweater Dress

    Page 61; First column
    There were missing asterisks in 2 places:
    Rnd 1 and under Note, Inc Rnd. Should read:
    Rnd 1 *Knit to 2 sts before dart m, k2tog, sl m, knit to next m, sl m, ssk; rep from * once more…
    Inc rnd *Knit to dart m, M1, sl m, knit to next m, sl m, M1; rep from * once more…

  • Red Bud Gloves

    Errors in older versions (all corrected in current downloads):

    Right Palm Chart- Row 11: second stitch should be color B
    Left Palm Chart- Row 11: second to last stitch should be color B
    Right Palm Chart was mislabeled as "Left Palm Chart"
    Right Palm Chart- the lines at top of chart indicating division of sts for fingers are wrong in some older versions of the pattern, but can be ignored because they aren't necessary to follow the instructions.
    Left & Right Ring Finger Charts- Row 24: Omit decrease symbols on chart.
    Left & Right Middle Finger Charts- Row 26: Omit decrease symbols on chart.
    Left & Right Thumb Charts- Row 20: Omit decrease symbols on chart.

  • Reine Cardigan

    1 5 July 2012 (Version 2.0): In “Right Front” and “Left Front” sections, when specific sizes are listed to work instructions individually, the pattern originally listed the sizes as: “Sizes – (36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56) only”; the sizes should instead be listed as “Sizes – (33¾, 37½, 41¼, 45, 48¾, 52½) only”.

    The “Attach Pockets” instructions in the Finishing section were accidentally omitted. The following instructions have been added: ”Position the pockets on the fronts of the cardigan, centering each pocket left to right, and aligning the bottom edge of the pocket with the bottom edge of the cardigan. Using your tapestry needle and mattress stitch, sew the sides of each pocket to the sweater. Use a running stitch to sew the bottom edge of pockets. Be careful to make sure the left and the right pockets are the same number of stitches from the center edging. Weave in all yarn ends invisibly on the WS of fabric.

    2 25 July 2012 (Version 3.0): This change effects size 48.75” only: Under “Divide for Front and Back” section on page 4, the following number in the division row has been changed: “…to waste yarn or a stitch holder for underarm, work 74 (82, 90, 98, 108, 116, 126) stitches for Back, work next 4 (6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 14) stitches and transfer them to waste yarn.

    Under the “BACK” Section on page 7, the first sentence has been updated to reflect this change as well: “Rejoin yarn to 74 (82, 90, 98, 108, 116, 126) Back stitches, ready to work a RS row.”

    3 10 January 2013 (Version 3.2): Pages 5 and 6, the LEFT FRONT and RIGHT FRONT row counts (before “Stripe Detail and Collar Shaping Row”) have been corrected to read: 28 (28, 34, 34, 40, 40, 46) rows have been worked in this section.
    Pages 5 and 6, “Repeat Collar Shaping Row” has been corrected to read “Repeat Collar Decrease Row.”

  • Sweetness Pullover

    Page 101:
    Under the Finished Size section, the first size is wrong. It should read: 351⁄4 (391⁄2, 44, 48, 523⁄4)" (89.5 [100.5, 112, 122, 134] cm)

  • Trilogy Cardigan

    Throughout the "Top Strip" section, everywhere the directions says "left", they should say "right", and vice versa. Since the error is consistent throughout the pattern, you can really just follow the directions to the letter, and it will still come out just fine. The strips end up being upside-down, but this doesn't effect the end result at all.

  • Turnstone Pullover

    IN FIRST EDITION OF THE PRINTED BOOK, AND CURRENT DIGITAL PATTERNS:
    The sk2p is mis-typed in the Key. Should read: S2KP- Double decrease: slip 2 stitches together as if to knit two together, knit the next stitch, pass the two slipped stitches over the tip of your needle.

  • Wildmere Cardigan

    • IN FIRST EDITION OF THE PRINTED BOOK, AND DIGITAL PATTERNS PURCHASED BEFORE MARCH 5, 2013:
    Second part of Chevron pattern should read: ‘knit to end of row’ instead of ‘purl’

    • IN FIRST EDITION OF THE PRINTED BOOK, AND CURRENT DIGITAL PATTERNS:
    Optional hip shaping Row 13: knit instead of purl.
    The sk2p is mis-typed in the Key. Should read: S2KP- Double decrease: slip 2 stitches together as if to knit two together, knit the next stitch, pass the two slipped stitches over the tip of your needle.
    Row 11 of the Embossed Chevron Stitch Pattern Chart should have a dot in the first column.

  • Woodstar Mitts

    Page 57, under the heading "Finished Size", the measurements should read, About 7" (18 cm) hand circumference x 7¼" (18.5 cm) length.

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