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Monday, 23 August 2010 17:53

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PATTERN #1 Cabled Cardigan

photo on pages 72, instructions begin on page 106
Updated: 17Oct2011

Cable Panel, pg 50
Correction is underlined
Rep rows 3-18 for cable panel.

Instructions, pg 106
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HONEY COMB PATTERN
(multiple of 4 sts plus 2)

STITCH GLOSSARY
4-st RSC
Slip 2 sts to cn and hold to back, k2, then k1, p1 from cn.
4-st LSC
Slip 2 sts to cn and hold to front, k1, p1, then k2 from cn.

BACK
Cast on and work as directed until....
Beg chart pat
as foll:
Row 1 (RS)
Work 8 (11, 14, 17, 23, 26, 29) sts in rev St st, work 34 sts of cable pat, work  0 ( 0, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1) st in rev St st, work 14 (14, 14, 18, 18, 26, 30) sts in honeycomb st, work 0 ( 0, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1) st in rev St st, work 34 sts of cable pat, work 8 (11, 14, 17, 23, 26, 29) sts in rev St st.
Cont as directed until....

LEFT FRONT
Cast on and work as directed including Beg chart pats, until piece measures 8"/20.5 cm from beg, end with chart row 18.
Cont as directed until....

FINISHING
Right front buttonhole band

With RS facing and .... as for buttonband for 3 rows. Work buttonholes on next row, opposite markers, by binding off 2 sts for each buttonhole.
Cont as directed until....

Pocket bands
Slip 28 sts from pocket holders….
Reattach yarn, and work in twisted rib as foll:
Row 1 (RS)
P into front and back of first st, [k1 tbl, p2] 9 times - 29 sts.
Next row (WS)
K2, [p1 tbl, k2] 9 times.
Cont as directed until....

COLLAR
With RS facing and …Work in twisted rib as foll:
Row 1 (RS of collar, WS of sweater)
K2, *p2, k1tbl; rep from * to last 4 sts, p2, k2.
Cont as directed to end.

 

PATTERN #2 Union Jack Cardigan

photo on page 73, instructions begin on page 107
Updated: 08Oct2010

MATERIALS
The weight of the Rowan/Westminster Fibers Scottish Tweed 4-ply was misstated, each ball weighs .88oz/25g.

The yarn amounts are correct.

 

PATTERN #9 Welted Scarf

photo on page 80, instructions begin on page 113
Updated: 14Mar2012

Page 81 states that 2 yarns were used to make this welted scarf.
The only yarn used is as stated in pattern, Rowan/Westminster Fibers Big Wool.

 

PATTERN #13 Lace Jacket

photo on pages 84 and 85, instructions begin on page 115
Updated: 20Feb2014

Correction is underlined.

Lace Cuff/Beg chart 4
With RS of sleeve facing and scrap yarn, cast on 22 sts to LH needle for lace cuff.

 

PATTERN #16 Textured Cardi

photo on pages 88 and 89, instructions begin on page 118
Updated: 23Aug2010

POCKETS
With size 3 (3.25mm) needles and B, cast on 53 sts.

 

PATTERN #17 Flounced Pullover

photo on pages 90, instructions begin on page 119
Updated: 30Aug2010

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GAUGE
Gauge swatch is worked using size 5 ( 3.75mm) needles or size to obtain gauge

2. Replace entire left sleeve with the following-

LEFT SLEEVE, pg 120

Cast on 72 sts for the armhole edge of sleeve back.
Work rows 1-6 of left sleeve pat.
Next (inc) row (RS) Work Row 7 to marker, sl marker, inc 1 st, cont to end of row - 73 sts.
Work rows 8 - 14.
Next (inc) (RS) Work Row 15 to marker, sl marker, inc 1 st, cont to end of row - 74 sts.
Work row 16. Continue to work left sleeve pat AND inc in this manner EVERY 8th row 14 times more AT SAME TIME :
Beg short rows 1
*Next row (RS) Work Row 17 to last 4 sts, w&t.
Next row Work Row 18 to end of row.
Next row Work Row 19 to 7 sts before last wrapped st, w&t.
Next row Work Row 20 to end of row.
Rep last 2 rows 5 times more.*
Next row Work row 1 across all sts to end, hiding all wraps- 76 sts.
Work left sleeve pat rows 2 - 16 once more - 77 sts.

Beg short rows 2
**Next row (RS) Work Row 17 to last 8 sts, w&t.
Next row Work Row 18 to end of row.
Next row Work Row 19 to 8 sts before last wrapped st, w&t.
Next row Work Row 20 to end of row.
Rep last 2 rows 5 times more.**
Next row Work row 1 across all sts to end, hiding all wraps - 79 sts.
Work left sleeve pat rows 2 - 16 once more - 81 sts.

Work short rows 2 from ** to ** once more.
Next row Work row 1 across all sts to end, hiding all wraps - 83 sts.
Work left sleeve pat rows 2 - 16 once more - 85 sts.
Work short rows 1 from * to * once more.
Next row Work row 1 across all sts to end, hiding all wraps- 87 sts.
Work left sleeve pat rows 2 - 15 once more - 88 sts.
Knit 1 row, purl 3 rows,  knit  1 row. Bind off .

 

PATTERN #20 Smocked Cable Coat

photo on page 93, instructions begin on page 124
Updated: 04Dec2013

BACK
Beg chart pat
Dec row (RS)
K1 (selvage st), k2 (2, 2, 2, 5, 7), [k2tog, k3 (4, 5, 6, 9, 10)] 3 times, k2tog, pm; beg chart row 1 working 8-st rep 9 (9, 9, 9, 10, 10) times, then work to end of chart row, pm; [ssk, k3 (4, 5, 6, 9, 10)] 3 times, ssk, k2(2, 2, 2, 5, 7), k1 (selvage st.).
Continue as written.

Shoulder shaping
Bind off rem 44 (43, 43, 45, 52, 52) sts.

LEFT FRONT
Beg chart pat
Row 1 (RS)
K1 (selvage st), k17(20, 23, 26, 30, 35), pm; beg chart row 1 working 8-st rep  2 (2, 2, 2, 3, 3) times, then work to end of chart row, pm; k13 (13, 13, 13, 17, 17).
Continue as written.

SLEEVES
Beg chart pat
Row 1 (RS)
K18 (18, 21, 24, 27, 30), pm; beg chart row 1 working 8-st rep twice, then work to end of chart row, pm; k18 (18, 21, 24, 27, 30).
Continue as written.

Click here to download the corrected chart.

 

PATTERN #27 Banded Turtleneck

photo on page 100, instructions begin on page 131
Updated: 17Feb2011

BACK and FRONT
Cast on and work using smaller, longer circular needle - size 9 (5.5mm), 32"/80cm long.

SLEEVES
When there are too many sleeve sts to fit comfortably on dpns, use smaller, shorter circular needle - size 9 (5.5mm), 16"/40cm long.

COLLAR
Collar sts are picked up using smaller, shorter circular needle - size 9 (5.5mm), 16"/40cm long.
Larger circular needle  - size 10/6mm -  is used for last  4"/10cm of collar.

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