Pattern Corrections


               

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A STROLL IN THE WOODS -September SOM 2017   

On "Into the Woods" Colorway Color H Avocado and Color I Sagebrush should be switched so that color H is Sagebrush and color I is Avocado           
             

               

SIMPLY EXQUISITE-June SOM 2017

Row 5: K2, * K1, ssk, yo, k2, p1, k2, yo, k2 tog, * ending K1.


Row 7: K1, *yo, sl 1, k2tog, pass the slip st over the k2tog, yo, K3, p1, k3,  *repeat between *’s ending K1.



             
                  
GREAT LACE-May SOM 2017                 

Fern Lace Pattern row 7 has an extra stitch. Should read:

Row 7: K3, k2tog, k3, yo, k5,  yo,  sl1, k1, psso, k3
             

                  
               
IN THE HEIGHTS-October SOM 2016
                 

Row 1: (RS) Knit 13
Row 2: P13
Row 3: K4tog, (yo, k1)5 times, yo, K4 tog
Row 4: P13
 


               

JUST DREAMY-August SOM 2016               

Left Sleeve: Work as for right sleeve until pc measures 17(17 ½, 18)18”, or desired length to underarm, then inc 1 st each side every other row 4 times. On the next RS row, cast on 86(91,96)96 sts at the end of the row, then cast on 86(91,96 )96 sts at the end of the next WS row. Work 3 rows of st st, then work in Pattern 1 beginning with row 1. Work in pattern 1 until pc measures 3 ¾(4 ¼,4 ¾)5” “ from the cast on sts ending on a pattern row 2. Shape Neck: Being sure you are on a RS row, bind off the center 6 sts, work to the end of the row, then working on this section only which is the front section beginning on the WS row, work to last 3 sts, W&T, work to to end of row; Work to the last 4 sts, W&T, work to end of row; Work to last 7 sts, W&T, work to end, work to last 8 sts, W&T, On the next RS row, bind off all sts, Working a WS Row, reattach yarn on the back side of the neck,  bind off 2 sts at the beg of the next 6rows. Bind off NY rem sts.


Finishing: Lightly steam all pieces. Fold Left sleeve in half at the shoulder. Seam Left Sleeve to body of sweater, leaving 3” below body



               

SPRING DIVERSITY-April SOM 2015

Should read:

Gauge*: 16 sts and 20 rows in st st using  at least 4 colors of the Progression 4 rows each to make the sample on #10  needles or size to give gauge

            


ROMAN HOLIDAY-February SOM 2015

Front:
With 1 strand each of Colors B and C held together,  and #10 ½ needles or size to give gauge, cast on 60(64,68) sts...On the next RS row, work 38(4,42) sts in Reverse st st with 1 strand of Color B and 1 strand of Color C held together...On the next RS row work ...Work as set until this section measures 10 ½(10 ¾, 11 ¼)”, ending on a WS row.
                 

On the next RS row work the first 38(40, 42)sts in Reverse st st with 2 strands of A held tog and the rem 22(24, 26) sts in st st with 1 strand of Color B and Color C held together. Work as set until pc measures 21 1/4 (22 ¾, 24 ½)” from the beg.

            
             


             
               

STRIPES OF ANOTHER COLOR -August SOM 2014

Back: With #6 needles, using A, cast on 88(98, 106)116 sts and work 1 row of knit on  the WS, then change to st st and #7 needles, working a total of 8 rows of A  including the cast on row, then **change to E using yarn and work in st st for 8 rows, then change to C and work in st st for 8 rows, then change to B and work in st st  for 8 rows, then change to D and work in st st  for 8 rows, then change to F and work in st st  for 8 rows, then change to A and work in st st for 8 rows. Then change to C for  2 rows, then E for 2 rows, repeat last 4 rows, once, then C for 4 rows, then E  for 4 rows.  Then change to B for 8 rows,  then change to D for 4 rows, then F for 4 rows, then D for 2 rows, then F for 2  rows, repeat last 4 rows, once.  Repeat  from ** for the rest of piece.


                   



                            

PERFECT PAIRING -June SOM 2014

Gauge: 19 sts and 26 rows = 4” on size #8 needles with both yarns run together.


                



                        
SEASON TO CABLE-SND October 06,2013
                 

Sleeves: With  size 8 needles or size to give gauge, cast on 34(36, 38)sts and work 1 row of  knit on the WS. Then continue in st st increasing 1 st each side every 9(9,8)th then alternating 10(10,9)th  row a total  row 11(12, 13) times. AT THE SAME TIME...


                 




AUTUMN CLASSIC-September 2013 SOM

Row 17: K1, *P2tog, yo, p7, K1* rep from *                 

Back
: With #10 needles or size to give  gauge, cast on  63( 71, 77)85 sts and set  up as follows:  K3(0,3)0, work  57(71,71)85 in Cable and Lace pattern, K3(0,3)0. Continue keeping outside  3(0,3)0 sts in st st. When pc measures 17 ½(19, 19)19”, shape armholes: Bind  off 7(9, 12)9 sts at the beg of the next 2 rows, then continue in pattern  keeping what would have been the outside 2 cable panels in st st. When pc  measures 25(27, 27)28”, bind off in pattern.
                 

       


  

DECIDEDLY L'ATELIER-August 2013 SOM
                 

Back and Right Front: ...until pc measures 16(17 ½, 17  ½)19”, ending on a WS row. On the next RS row  with  color A and work 1 row of purl  across the row,  Then change to Color B  and inc 38(33, 34)36 sts evenly across the WS row in knit. To 177(200, 2130227  sts. Then continue in Reverse st st   making this next row a purl and binding off 2 sts at the beg of this  row, then work to last 99(115, 121)132 sts. These are the sts for the back of  the garment.


                 

Working these 99(115, 121)132 sts  only,  bind off 6 sts at the beg of the  next 2 rows, then dec 1 st each side every other row 5(5, 6)7 times. When  armholes measure 8(8 ½ , 8 1/2)9 ½”, bind off rem sts. Then picking up the remaining  76(83, 90)93 Right Front  sts work as  follows to shape the neck: Bind off 2 sts at the beg of the next RS (purl) row  13(13, 14)15 times.  Then dec 1 st at  front neck edge every row 9)11, 12)16 times. Then dec 1 st at front neck edge  every other row 6(8, 8)7 times. ALSO, AT THE SAME TIME,  shape armhole. On  the next WS row (knit), bind off 6 sts, then dec 1 st at this same side edge  only every other row 5(5, 6)7 times. When armholes measure 8(8 ½, 8 ½)9”, bind  off rem sts.


                 

Left Front: ...shape  armhole: Bind off 6 sts at the beg of the next armhole edge row, then dec 1 st at this same armhole edge  every other row 5(5, 6)7 times.

                     



FREEDOM  - SND June 30,2013

Row 7 is a purl row


   

HOP INTO SPRING  - SND April 5,2012

Pattern on the Front:
Row 5: K1, [P1, K2]2(3, 5)6 times, K2, yo twice, slip 1, k1, psso, k2, (p1, K2)2 times, P1, K1, K2tog, yo twice, k2, P1, K2

Row 7: K1, [P1, K2] 2(3, 5)6 times, K3, yo twice, slip 1, k1, psso, k1, (p1, K2)2 times, P1, K2tog, yo twice, k3, P1 K2
                   

Row 9: K1, [P1, K2] 2(3, 5)6 times,  K4, yo twice, slip 1, k1, psso, (p1, K2)2 times, K2tog, yo twice, k4, P1, K2.

                   
Right Front:
 Row 5: K2, P1, k2, yo twice, slip 1, k1, psso, K1, P1, [K2, P1] 2 times, K2, K2tog, yo twice, K2, [K2, P1] 2(3, 5)6 times, K1.

 Row 7: K2, P1, K3, yo twice, slip 1, k1, psso, P1, [K2, P1] 2 times, k1, k2tog, yo twice, K3, [K2, P1] 2(3, 5)6 times, K1

 Row 9: K2, P1, K4, yo twice, slip 1, k1, psso, [K2, P1]2 times, k2tog, yo twice, k4, [K2, P1] 2(3, 5)6 times, K1


                 



YANKEE DOODLE DANDY  -
SOTM July 2011


On the Back: then change to pattern st, keeping the first and last 7(0, 4)6 sts in st st and working these sts as to knit on row 4.

                 


               

BLOCK PARTY -
SOTM June 2011

Left Front: With #9 needles and Color B cast on 36(40, 44)48 sts, then continue with existing pattern.

                   
             


             
             
 Holiday Inspirations 2010-11 Corrections

Cornucopia Scarf
The scarf pattern had some typos and mistakes. It has changed to knit in two pieces instead of one. Changes and corrections are reflected below:

 
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13. K1, *[Y/O, K2 TOG], Repeat * across row, knit last st.

 14. Knit 3 rows.

15. Repeat  #13 and #14 two more times

16. Work in St st for 12 rows.

17. K1, *[Y/O, K2 TOG], Repeat * across row, knit last st.

18. Purl 2 rows.

19. Work in St st until Stockinet section measures 19” ending on a right side.

20. Place on stitch holder and set aside.

21. Make 2nd piece and keep on needle.

22. With size 15 needle, do a 3 needle bind off.

23.Weave in tails.


                   


              


August 2010 SOTM - "Insider Trading"

Body: ... Work this decrease every 8th row 4 times. AT THE SAME TIME, when pc measures 11(12 ½, 12 ½)13”, change to Color C and work until pc measures  13 ½”(14, 14)15”. Then change to Color D and work until pc measures 14 ½(15 ½, 15 ½)17”. Change to Color then change to Color A and work until pc measures 16(17 ½, 17)18 ½”. Divide for armholes: Work to 2nd marker ....

                             



May 2010 SOTM -"Outer Limits"

Right Front Instruction:
Row 2: (RS), P12(16, 18)18, sl 1, P6(8, 8)10, cable over next 10, P19(21, 23)25, slip 1, K5
                       



July 2010 SOTM -"Paradise"

Row 16:
P1, *p2, yo, p2tog, p15, yo, p2tog, p3; rep from *0
 
 

                        Holiday Inspirations 2009-10 Corrections
                          
Ragg Bag

BODY:            
  1. Change to size 19 needles and knit around
  2.                          
  3.  Knit next round, increasing every each stitch by knitting into the front and the back of the every stitch.
  4.                          
  5. Knit 15 Rows
  6.                          
  7. Starting with a K2TOG (Knit Two Together), K2TOG on both sides of each of the stitch markers (ending with a K2TOG) 
  8.                          
  9. Repeat #13

  10.                        
 

Boccilo Cowl

 
With #15 needles cast on 29 sts and work in pattern stitch …

Stitch is a multiple of 14 +1

Row 1: WS Purl

Row 2: K1, *yo, K3, ssk, yo, sl1--K2tog-- psso, yo, k2tog, k3, yo,  k1* repeat between *’s

 

Cloud Nine Bag

After felting the bottom of the bag:

 5. Using single strand of Tinka and tapestry needle, whip stitch around base, making stitches about ¼” apart.  (A “whip stitch” wraps around the edge of the felted piece by coming around, down through the top of the fabric, and around the edge up and over, again and again. Alternative to whip stitch – knit directly into bottom of felted piece, between ridges, by sticking your needle through the felting, wrap your stitch, pull it through, repeat.)


 6. Change to bag body yarn. Using size 11 needles, pick up inside whip stitches, around the entire bag. You will be knitting in the round. (Note: if you chose the Alternative method of getting the stitches onto your needle, skip this step.)
 
Ribbed Striped Gauntlet

Finishing:

Determine where thumb hole should be. Sew seam up to opening of thumb hole, reinforcing the edge of opening. Sew seam above the thumb hole, reinforcing the edge of opening.
 

Child’s Honey Bee Hat

Cast on 48sts (approx 14” to 15” head), or 52sts, (approx16” to 17” head) Follow Blendie Pattern above through out the entire hat at the same time following the Bee Hive pattern of knitting 3 rows, purling 3 rows.

 
Picot Lace Gauntlet

Finishing: Sew side seams leaving a hole for the thumb. Usually this works out to the hole starting ½” past wrist rib and ending ¼” below garter stitches.
 
     
 
Margrite Bulky Scarf

With #11 needles cast on 29 sts and work in pattern stitch as follows:

Stitch is a multiple of 14 +1

Row 1: WS Purl

Row 2: K1, *yo, K3, ssk, yo, sl1--K2tog-- psso, yo, k2tog, k3, yo,  k1* repeat between *’s

  


Make A Splash!

Lace Pattern For Back (Multiple of 6 +3)

Row 1:K1, K2tog, *yo, k3, yo, K3 tog*, repeat between *’s ending K3, yo, slip 1, k1, psso, K1

Rows 2 and 4: Purl

Row 3: K3, *yo, K3tog, yo, k3* repeat from * ending yo, K3tog, yo, k3Repeat these 4 rows for pattern                    
 










L’Atelier 2009 October Sweater of the Month -"Runway Style"

   

Back: (4TH PARAGRAPH) Then set up rib as follows:

Row 1: P7, *K1, P7,* repeat between *’s ending P6

Row 2: K6, *P1,K7, * repeat between *’s to end.



L’Atelier 2009 June Sweater of the Month -"Whimsy"

          

Finishing:
This wrap has a “front” and “back”. Lay out the two knitted pieces with bound off edges together. Sew bound off edges together half way down to create back of wrap. Other half remains open to create fronts.

12. Sew sleeves by laying garment out flat, folded in half lengthwise - with a front and back, then measure down from top what width or opening size that you want for your sleeve. Size Small Sample is 14” opening or 7” down from top. Start sewing 7” from front center. Suggest for medium a 15” opening {7½” down}  and 9” from center, and large 16” opening {8” down} 10” from center).  Using matching yarn, do comfortable running stitch from center to end of “sleeve” and back again.



L’Atelier 2009 August Sweater of the Month  -“A Star is Born”

Rib and Welt Diagonal Stitch

Row 5: K1 *p5, k1, p1, k1; repeat from * ending p5, k1, p1.


                         

 


                       

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