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9 Responses to “Errata”

  1. Candace Cohen says:

    I notice that the patterns “Field” and “Belfast Hoodie” are both listed under “Errata.” I have purchased both patterns from you and was wondering how I could obtain those corrections.
    Thank you,
    Candace Cohen

  2. Eileen Butler says:

    If there are pattern corrections for the Miriam sweater I will need them.

  3. Barbara Schreiner says:

    Is there any errata for the Falmouth hat? I downloaded the pattern from your site, but do not understand the very first directions relative to sizes. Where can I communicate with someone about this pattern? Thank you.

  4. Nanda Garber says:

    I have already found one error in Agnes (under Raglan shaping, the count between the 3rd and 4th m is omitted). Are there other errors?

  5. Teri says:

    There is an error in the Willard mitts pattern. After all thumb gusset increases are performed, it states total stitches as 48. This should be 46 since there’s only an increase of 10 stitches.

  6. Jane says:

    Lineal cardigan
    There are lots of comments on Ravelry about the arms: add decreases to the sleeves. I have bought the pattern and am about to start knitting the third size (37 1/4 inches). The pattern states that there are 94 stitches. with a gauge of 27 stitches and 36 rows = 4″ in stockinette stitch, that means that the sleeves are 94 / 27 x 4 = 13.9″. The model in the photos is probably wearing a smaller size, but still, the sleeves in the photos do not look as big as those knitted and shown on Ravelry. There does not seem to be that many stitches on the photographed sample as that stated in the pattern. Please advise. Thanks!

  7. Brigit says:

    In the Perkins cove pattern 32inches seems too long to knit the top of the neck in the round. Would it make sense to start on don until there are enough stitches?

  8. admin says:

    Hi Brigit,
    You can absolutely do that, but Pam loves the magic loop, so that’s what she used when making the sample. If you haven’t tried the magic loop, here’s a good tutorial:

  9. admin says:

    Hi Jane,
    Thanks for your comment–I’m looking into this and will bring it to Hannah’s attention :)

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