Errata

While I strive to write error-free patterns, sometimes typos, cut and paste, and mathematical errors creep in. If you feel there’s a mistake in a pattern, click the Find Pattern button below to search for your pattern. If there’s no posted errata, please feel free to contact me with your question.

Horrocks’s Scarf and Blanket

Revised on November 16, 2020

Correct stitch counts are as follows:

At the end of Section 1, they should be 72 (282, 348, 422) sts.
Section 2, Row 1: 78 (289, 356, 430) sts.
Section 2, Row 2: 82 (294, 362, 436) sts.
Section 3, Setup Row: 38 (143, 176, 212) sts.

Revised on June 28, 2020

Amirisu magazine has made some corrections to typos in the pattern. They can be found on their website at this link, or below.

Yunagi

Neck shaping

Row 29
Final stitch count for size S (the second size) should be 370 sts, not 307 sts.

Back Sleeves

Gusset
Just before Increase Row (WS) …

… ending with a WS row

#66.3 Revised on August 31, 2020

Note the pattern number in the footer on all the pages. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #66.3 is Evening Mesa Blanket, revision number 3). Corrections are listed by most recent revision number.

Triangle 1

Row 1 (RS):  With C1, K5 (7, 9, 10, 13, 14), …

Then, after Rows 3 and 4,

Repeat last 2 rows 3 (5, 7, 8, 9, 10) times more—4 sts.

Triangle 6

After Rows 3 and 4,

Repeat last 2 rows 3 (5, 7, 8, 9, 10) times more—12 (16, 20, 22, 24) sts.

#66.2 Revised on April 24, 2020

Strip 28 and Strip 29

For both strips, the final module should be the RDT (Right-Leaning Decreasing Trapezoid) and not the RIT. The Assembly Diagram is not affected by this correction.

Revised on June 12, 2020

Neck and Right Shoulder Shaping

BO 2 sts at the beginning of every RS row.

BO 1 st at the beginning of every RS row.

North Row

Revised on September 9, 2017

The Fibre Co has made some corrections to the pattern. They can be found on their website at this link. If you have a question about the pattern, or believe you have found an error while knitting Rathbone, please kindly email patternsupport@thefibreco.com and they will happily look into your query. The Fibre Co. prefers to respond the queries themselves.

  1. Numbering error fixed in Collar. Rnd 6 should have been Rnd 5 and Rnd 7 should have been Rnd 6.
  2. Measurements in inches for C in schematic have been revised, cm measurements remain the same.

     
12.5 [13.5: 14.5: 15.5: 15.75: 16.5] in

Rathbone

Revised on August 28, 2019

The Fibre Co has made a correction to the pattern. It can be found on their website at this link. If you have a question about the pattern, or believe you have found an error while knitting Rathbone, please kindly email patternsupport@thefibreco.com and they will happily look into your query. The Fibre Co. prefers to respond the queries themselves.

Revised on August 10, 2017

Schematic corrected, measurement A: 125 [133: 144: 155: 165: 176] cm (49.75 [53: 57.5: 61.75: 66.25: 70.5] in)

These instructions in the Divide for Front Neck section should read as follows:

Last 4 rows set the sts – 1 st in st st along neck edge, next 5 sts in
ridge patt and all other sts still in st st, with neck decreases worked
8 sts in from row-end edge.

Note the pattern number in the footer on all the pages. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #33.2 is Onomatopoeia, revision number 2). Corrections are listed by most recent revision number.

#33.2 Revised On December 19, 2016

SLEEVES (PAGE 4)
Join ribbing and rolled hem

Maintaining Wide Stripe Pattern, work an Inc row in next and every following 4 (6, 6, 6, 4) rows 2 (3, 5, 8, 3) time(s) more—44 (48, 56, 62, 56) sts.

If you previously bought this pattern via my website, Ravelry, Craftsy, LoveKnitting or Patternfish you should have an updated version in your library.

Revised on January 20, 2016

Twist Collective has corrected a typo in the pattern.

Page 6 – In the left column, the last line of the 4th paragraph, just before “Shape armhole”, now reads: “…37.5, 37, 37, 35.5) cm, ending with a WS row.”

Joinery

Revised March 24, 2021

Left Decreasing Triangle (LDT)

Row 1 (RS): K to last 3 sts, K2tog, JM. 1 st dec.
Row 2 and all WS Rows: K to last st, WYIF Sl1.
Row 3: K to last st, JM.

I Found Him

Revised on February 13, 2021

BACK

BEGIN DIAMOND EYELET

Row 1 (RS): K11 (8, 11, 10, 8, 7, 12, 11, 9, 8), *yo, k2tog, k10; rep from * ending with k0 (7, 0, 97611, 0, 87).

Revised on December 5, 2019

Setup Chart: (k1, place centre marker) symbol should be on Row 13, not 14.

sk2po: The stitch marker is in the middle of the stitches used to work the sk2po in the Reflection Pattern. Remove the marker and reposition it before the decrease.

Modification Notes: You’ll need about 2 ½ times more yarn than used in previous 8 rows to work the garter stitch edging.

Note the pattern number in the footer on all the pages. The current version is V06.20.16. If your pattern has a different version number, then refer to the corrections in red below.

Revised on June 20, 2016

APPLIED I-CORD (page 4, inset box)

Should read:
*K3, sl 1 knitwise, … (instead of *K2, sl 1 knitwise, …)

Revised on February 29, 2016

STITCH GUIDE (page 1)
Zigzag Pattern

Rows 18-26 should read:
Rows 18-26: Rep Rows 14–17 twice, then work Row 14 once more.

If you previously bought this pattern via my website, Ravelry, Makerist, Twist Collective, or LoveKnitting you should have an updated version in your library.

#29.2 revised on June 6, 2015

Note the pattern number in the footer on all the pages. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #29.2 is Aquitaine, revision number 2). Corrections are listed by most recent revision number.

Correction: In both of the charts the MC and CC were reversed.

Clarification: Divide for fronts and back

Work 42 (47, 53, 57, 61, 64, 67, 71) sts in pattern, bind off 6 (8, 8, 12, 16, 22, 28, 32) sts, work 85 (95, 107, 115, 123, 129, 135, 143) sts, bind off 6 (8, 8, 12, 16, 22, 28, 32) sts, work remaining sts to end—42 (47, 53, 57, 61, 64, 67, 71) Right and Left Front sts, 85 (95, 107, 115, 123, 129, 135, 143) Back sts.

Improvements: I took the opportunity to provide new charts that are easier to read when the pattern is printed in black and white. And finally, since I was revising the pattern, I replaced several of the abbreviations with the full word.

If you previously bought this pattern via my website or Ravelry you should have already received an updated version.

#27.2 revised on February 14, 2015

Note the pattern number in the footer of the cover page. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #27.2 is Rain City Kid, revision number 2). Corrections are listed by most recent revision number. Text in red is the corrected wording or numbers.

Left Front
Shoulder shaping

Next row (WS): P10 (14, 14, 16, 16) sts; w&t.

Sizes 6, 8, 10 and 12 only

Next WS row: P0 (7, 7, 8, 8) sts; w&t.

Shades of Gray: Laceweight Scarf

There’s a typo in the text as it appears in Classic Elite Shawls, Wraps & Scarves: 20 Ideas 3 Ways.

The instructions refer to the Fern Stitch Chart I on page 154. The chart is actually on page 54.

#24.2 revised on April 2, 2014

Note the pattern number on the bottom right-hand corner of the cover page. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #24.2 is Avery Big Kid, revision number 2). Corrections are listed by most recent revision number. Text in red is the corrected wording.

MATERIALS
650 (730, 835, 965, 1110) yd [595 (670, 765, 885, 1015) m] solid (MC)
540 (610, 685, 755, 845) yd [495 (560, 630, 695, 775) m] self-patterning (CC)

A confusing typo in the Bias Bind Off inset box on page 4 was removed. The second line of the second paragraph should read:

slip the last st in the row before the bind off. At beg

Note the pattern number on the bottom right-hand corner of the cover page. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #8.2 is Avery, revision number 2). Corrections are listed by most recent revision number. Text in red is the corrected wording.

#8.3 revised on May 21, 2008

Page 5, section that starts with Size 4T (see Chart C):

Rep RS dec row once more. 98 sts.
Set up the second row of coloured squares and continue armhole shaping:

Thank you Marlene for pointing out this typo.

#8.2 revised on May 27, 2005

MATERIALS
2 (2, 3, 3, 4) balls (50 g) solid 4-ply yarn (MC) …

 

Note the pattern number on the bottom right-hand corner of the cover page. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #13.2 is Guess Who?, revision number 2). Corrections are listed by most recent revision number. Text in red is the corrected wording.

#13.2 revised on February 4, 2008

Changed the punctuation for clarity.

THUMB
Removing gusset markers as you go, k21 (23, 25, 27, 29) sts then transfer them onto WY or holder (these are the back-of-hand sts) . K16 (16, 18, 18, 20) gusset sts . Using backwards loop method,..

Note the pattern number on the bottom right-hand corner of the cover page. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #10.2 is Taylor, revision number 2). Corrections are listed by most recent revision number. Text in red is the corrected wording.

#10.2 revised on August 3, 2006

MATERIALS
1 (2, 2, 2, 2 ) balls (50 g) self-patterning sock yarn (MC) …
1 (1, 2 , 2, 2) balls (50 g) solid 4-ply yarn (CC) …

Note the pattern number on the bottom right-hand corner of the cover page. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #9.2 is Devan, revision number 2). Corrections are listed by most recent revision number. Text in red is the corrected wording.

#9.2 revised on July 3, 2006

MATERIALS
4 (5, 5, 5, 5) 3/8″ (1 cm) buttons

NOTE: an additional 3-5 lb preemie size was added in July 2006. Please email for more information.

Note the pattern number on the bottom right-hand corner of the cover page. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #4.2 is Kieran, revision number 2). Corrections are listed by most recent revision number. Text in red is the corrected wording.

#4.2 revised on September 11, 2004

MATERIALS
1 (2, 22 ) 3/8″ (1 cm) buttons

FRONT
Shape left neck and left front shoulder
Rejoin yarn to left side of front (when garment is worn) on WS, work even in st st for 14 (16, 18, 18) rows, ending with a RS row.

Note the pattern number on the bottom right-hand corner of the cover page. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #1.2 is Candace, revision number 2). Corrections are listed in order by most recent revision number. Text in red is the corrected wording.

If your copy of this pattern predates our pattern coding system, and you are having a problem with the instructions, please contact me directly.

#1.3 revised on August 14, 2004

BACK – VERSION A
Next row (RS) : K33.

BACK – VERSION B
Shape armholes
Next row (WS) : Purl.

#1.2 revised on July 27, 2004

Revisions:
Reworked the sleeve for a slightly larger sleeve cap. This affected all the increases and final stitch counts.

Change to larger needles and inc 1 st at each edge of next row then every foll 2nd (2nd, 2nd, 4th) row 1 (1, 4, 19) times, 46 (52, 58, 94) sts, then every foll 4th (4th, 4th , 6th) row 13 (16, 17, 3) times. 72 (84, 92, 100) sts.

Final st count after decreasing for the sleeve cap.

60 (66, 74, 82) sts.

Final sleeve measurements as indicated on final page of pattern.

G
9 ½ (11 ¼, 12 ¼, 13 ¼) in
24.5 (28.5, 31, 34) cm

Innovations:
Pattern innovation providing instructions for premeasured lengths for working the intarsia section on the back of the sweater.

BACK – VERSION B
Before you start knitting, wind off a 165 (185, 210, 245)” [4.2 (4.7, 5.4, 6.3) m] long length of CC to be used when working the rectangular patch detail on the upper back.

Rectangular patch detail: This detail is worked in intarsia. You will need to cut short lengths of yarn from the jacquard and solid sections of a ball of MC. To minimize the number of ends to sew in, the jacquard sections should be worked with one 45″ (115 cm) long length of yarn which is carried at the back of the work to each of the knitted jacquard sections of the detail. In addition, select three different colours from the solid sections of MC and cut each 30″ (76 cm) long.

Note the pattern number on the bottom right-hand corner of the cover page. The first number refers to the pattern and the number after the decimal is the numbered revision (e.g. #2.2 is Chloë, revision number 2). Corrections are listed by most recent revision number. Text in red is the corrected wording.

#2.3 revised on August 14, 2004

BACK
Shape armholes
Row 1 (RS) : …
Row 2 (WS) : …

#2.2 revised on July 2, 2004

Revisions: 
Reworked the sleeve for a slightly larger sleeve cap. This affected all the increases and final stitch counts.

Change to larger needles and working in patt, inc 1 st at each edge of next row, then every foll 4th row 10 (13, 19, 9) times, (64 (76, 88, 74) sts), then every foll 6th row 4 (4, 2, 13) times. 72 (84, 92, 100) sts.

Final st count after decreasing for the sleeve cap.

60 (66, 74, 82) sts.

Final sleeve measurements as indicated on final page of pattern.

G

9 ½ (11 ¼, 12 ¼, 13 ¼) in
24.5 (28.5, 31, 34) cm

Innovations: 

Pattern innovation providing instructions for premeasured lengths for working the intarsia section on the back of the sweater.

Before you start knitting, wind off a 165 (185, 210, 245)” [4.2 (4.7, 5.4, 6.3) m] long length of CC to be used when working the rectangular patch detail on the upper back.

Rectangular patch detail: The rectangular patch detail is worked in intarsia. You will need to cut short lengths of yarn from the jacquard and solid sections of a ball of MC. To minimize the number of ends to sew in, the jacquard sections should be worked with one 66″ (168 cm) long length of yarn which is carried at the back of the work to each of the knitted jacquard sections of the detail. In addition, select two different colours from the solid sections of MC and cut each 40″ (102 cm) long.