HALF ZIP CABLE HOODIE SWEATER- 50726

revised 4/21/09

Finished Sizes:  38", (42", 46", 50", 54") bust circumference, zipped.

Yarn: Knit Picks Comfy Sport (75% Pima Cotton, 25% Acrylic 136 yds/50 gms) Marlin 24440 12, (14, 16, 18, 20) balls.


HANDMADE HOLIDAY - NORWEGIAN SWEATER - 75258D

Chart has been updated - please download a new version or contact customer serice for a copy of the chart


HARLEY - 51917D

9/6/2016
under Working Upper Sweater:
Size 44.25
Work 1 Body & Sleeve Inc Rnd followed by 1 Regular Rnd 25 times. Work 1 Body & Sleeve Inc Rnd followed by 2 Regular Rnds 7 times. Work 2 Body Only Inc Rnd followed by 2 Regular Rnds 2 times. 272 sts inc, 410 sts.

4/18/2018
Working Upper Sweater - picking up stitches
Along RS, bottom edge of the collar, attach locking st marker or safety pin 4.75 (5, 5, 5, 5.25, 5.5)" to the right of the center between the drawstring eyelets

Working Upper Sweater
Size 48.25"
Work 1 Body & Sleeve Inc Rnd followed by 1 Regular Rnd 33 times. Work 1 Body Only Inc Rnd followed by 1 Regular Rnd 4 times.

Size 51.75
Work 1 Body & Sleeve Inc Rnd followed by 1 Regular Rnd 35 times.

Dividing Body and Sleeves
These sts will later become the right sleeve. PM for beginning of rnd.

Body & Sleeve Inc Rnd: Work Raglan Chart to marker B, KFB, K to 1 st before marker A, KFB, work Raglan Chart to marker B, KFB, K to marker C, work Braid Chart to next marker C, K to 1 st before marker A, KFB, work Raglan Chart to marker B, KFB, K to 1 st before marker A, KFB, work Raglan Chart to marker B, KFB, K to marker C, work Braid Chart to next marker C, K to 1 st before marker A, KFB. 8 sts inc.

 


HAT TRICK - 50528

HAT TRICK - 50528

Revised 3/1/07

Right Purl Cross (RPC)

...

Row 4: (P1, k1tbl) twice; p3, RC, p2, k2, p2; (p1, k1tbl) twice.

...

Cable Band:

Row 1 (WS): (K1, p1tbl) twice; k3, p4, k2, p2; k2; (p1tbl, k1) twice.
Row 2: (P1, k1tbl) twice; p2, LPC, RPC, LPC, p2; (k1tbl, p1) twice.
Row 3: (K1, p1tbl) twice; k2, p2, k2, p4, k3; (p1tbl, k1) twice.
Row 4: (P1, k1tbl) twice; p3, RC, p2, k2, p2; (k1tbl, p1) twice.
Row 5: Rep Row 3.
Row 6: (P1, k1tbl) twice; p2, RPC, LPC, RPC, p2; (k1tbl, p1) twice.
Row 7: Rep Row 1.
Row 8: (P1, k1tbl) twice; p2, k2, p2, LC, p3; (k1tbl, p1) twice.


HEARTHWARMING STOCKINGS - 50977

 Revised 1/8/2016

The Set-Up Afterthought Heel section has been changed. Instructions now read:

After the third chart, attach MC and work 1 round to last 24 sts. Do not break yarn. With a piece of scrap yarn, knit across the last 24 sts of the round, then work the next 24 sts of the next round. Slide these 48 sts back to LH needle, then pick up the main yarn and knit 24 sts until you are now once again at the beginning of the round. Work one round in MC and continue working from schematic with charted designs.


HEATH VEST - ADULT M/L - 50805 (KIT 40141)

Revised 1/29/10

Under Notes section:

The adult size pattern includes instructions for 6 sizes, this kit contains enough yarn to knit any of the second three sizes.


HEIRLOOM ARAN PULLOVER - 50382

Revised 1/12/2010

Triple Cable Pattern:
Row 32: Knit the knit sts and purl the purl sts as they present themselves.

Revised 3/15/07

Four-Rib Braid (over 17 stitches):

...

Row 7: p3, sl next 2 sts to cn and hold in back, k2, then k2 from cn, p3, sl next 2 sts to cn and hold in front, k2, then k2 from cn, p3.
Row 8: Repeat Row 6.

Seed Stitch (over an even number of sts):

...

Row 1 (RS): *k1, p1* rep to end.
Row 2: *p1, k1*, rep to end.


HEIRLOOM LACE - 75145D

 The Shawl Section charts 2-5 for the Victorian Fichu were numbered incorrectly. The RS rows have been shifted down. Contact Customer Service for an updated copy of the charts. 

In the Shetland Triangle Shawl, there were a large number of changes in the directions and the Rings Chart. Contact Customer Service for an updated copy of the pattern.

For the Estonian Square Shawl, knitters will need a size 4 needle for the body and a size 7 circular needle for the CO and BO. Additional clarification for rows 41-300 has been added: "Working as established, repeat Chart rows 41-60 a total of 13 times for the center panel, while at the same time working full repeats of the outer motif sts 1-15, rows 41-64." 

The charts for the Orenburg Stole have been significantly revised. Contact Customer Service for an updated copy of the charts.


HEIRLOOM LAYETTE SET - 51248D

Lace pattern chart for blanket corrected between rows 42-48, sts 1-14 and rows 55 & 56, sts 1-2. Contact Customer Service for an updated copy of the chart.

Revised 3/26/2015

For the sweater, in the sleeves section, it should say "..Work in Garter st until sleeve measures 6.25 (6.75, 7.25)" from CO. Break yarn..."

A pattern repeat has been added to the Sleeve Cuff Chart.

Blanket Edging

The edging chart has been revamped and two more rows have been added. Download the pattern from your library for the updated chart.

In the written directions in the Edging section, it should read ..."you should be on Row 10 of the chart....BO the first four sts as shown on Row 10..."

Revised 6/14/2016

Note added to the legend for Make 1: "When making one on an edge, knit the 1st stitch and then M1 when working the beginning of the row. At the end of a row, knit to just before last stitch, M1, and then knit the last stitch."


HELIANTHUS SHAWL - 52133D

First Segment
Increase Row 9: DS, K16, (KFB, K20) 17 times, KFB, K15, turn. 408 sts.


HELYX MITTS - 51193D

Preparing the Spiral section

Row 1 (WS) should be Row 1 (RS)


HESSE BLANKET - 51982D

 Revised 12/2/2015

Under Yarn, it should read: Knit Picks Biggo (50% Superwash Merino Wool, 50% Nylon); Brass Heather 26571, 9 (18) hanks. In the Notes section, it should read: Directions for the larger blanket are in parentheses.


HEX CABLE AFGHAN - 52176D

01/25/2017
Directions
Work Rows 1-32 eight times, then Rows 1-12 once more.

11/21/2018
Hexagon Cable Chart
Sl first 4 sts of every row.
Row 24, stiches 19 and 53: P on RS/ K on WS.
Row 27: Sl4 WYIB, P4, K2, P12, 2/2LC, P12; rep from * to last 10 sts, K2, P4, K4. 

Hexagon Cable with I-Cord Edging (worked flat) - written instructions
Rows 1 & 5: Sl 4, P8, 2/2LC, 2/2RC, P8, rep from * to last 4 sts, K4.
Row 27: Sl4 WYIB, P4, K2, P12, 2/2LC, P12; rep from * to last 10 sts, K2, P4, K4. 


HOOPSKIRT SCARF - 50547

HOOPSKIRT SCARF - 50547

Revised 2/19/07

Click here for revised PDF pattern.


HOURGLASS SWEATER DRESS PATTERN - 51342D

11/25/2014: Charts have been updated to indicate repeat section:

Woven Trinity 8 Chart - repeat stitches are 9-12

Woven Trinity 10 chart - repeat stitches are 11-14

12/17/2014
Instructions in Hourglass Dress Cable chart:
c1 over 2 right P
RS - sl 1 to CN, hold in back, K2, P1 from CN


HUDSON’S BAY INSPIRED DISHCLOTH - 55580

Line in pattern should read:

Change to CC4. Work 6 rows in St st

Pattern download is now correct, please redownload.

Revised 3/9/2015

CC3 should be Dishie in Fiesta Red 25786, rather than Pomegranate.


HUE SHIFT CROCHET AFGHAN - 55868

Single Crochet 3 Stitches Together - SC3 TOG
Work decreases through both loops of stitch. Insert hook into the next stitch, YO and draw a loop through the stitch (2 loops on hook).
Insert hook through the next stitch, YO and draw a loop through the stitch (3 loops on hook).
Insert hook through the next stitch, YO and draw a loop through the stitch (4 loops on hook).
YO and draw loop through all 4 loops on hook. 2 stitch have been decreased.


HUGO CAP 50773 (KIT 40121)

Revised 10/16/2012
Brim Under Layer: With C, CO 18 sts.

 

Revised 1/12/2010

Correction to Crown Chart, page 5:

Row 77: st 8 on chart should be k2tog (worked as p2tog)

Row 78: St 8 on chart should be knit.

 

Revised 12/15/2009

Under Sewing on the Band Lining, page 6:

Cut a 15” piece of ribbon and a 9” piece of elastic.

 

revised 11/24/2009

Correction to Crown Chart, page 5:

Row 13: st 8 on chart should be knit (represented by a dot)

Row 14: st 8 on chart should be KFB

Row 15: st 7 on chart should be knit (represented by a dot)

Row 16: st 7 on chart should be KFB

Row 17: st 6 on chart should be knit (represented by a dot)


HYPERION PULLOVER - 51877D

Honeycomb Lace Chart

Pattern repeat should be stitches 4-7

Honeycomb Lace Chart Legend:

ssk symbol should be:

skp
RS: Slip 1 stitch kwise, k next st, pass sl st over k st
.

 


ICY SEAS - 13169D

 Revised 12/29/2015

In the chart legend, the definition for the 1x1 cable, left twisted has been changed to "Sl1 to CN, hold in front, KTBL, KTBL from CN."


IMAGINATION COWL – 50725

Revised 3/10/09

* Please note the correct yarn requirement for this project is four (4) hanks of Seven Dwarves Imagination (24361), not one (1) hank as noted I n the March 2009 catalog.



Revised 2/19/09

Repeat this sequence six more times.

This will give the cowl one smaller flat end and one ruffled end. For two ruffled ends, repeat the rouche sequence to the increase round.


IMPRESSIONIST AFGHAN - 50931/40216 AND 50934/40219

Revised 3/17/2011

Setup
Row 7 was incorrectly labeled as Row 9.

Revised 4/28/2016

Charts have been updated. Please contact Customer Service for the new version.

 Revised 7/26/2016

Row 17 of both the Edge Chart Right and Edge Chart Left has been corrected. It now reads:

Edge Chart Left, row 17: k1, p1, k1, p7, skp

Edge Chart Right, row 17: skp, p7, k1, p1, k1

 


IN BLOOM 2014 SPRING COLLECTION - 32373

Juliet Pattern - Finishing instructions

Weave in ends, wash and block all pieces, seam sides, sew edging on to body, sew edging onto sleeves and seam, pin and sew set in sleeves to body, sew on buttons.

 


INFINITY CARDIGAN - 51069D/32082

Revised 5/14/2013

Under Right Sleeve:
Work Sleeve Chart 5[5, 6, 7, 8] times per round, until sleeve length measures 19 [19, 20.5, 22, 22]”, ending on row 8 of the chart.

Changes to Back Chart A - Sizes S, M, XL will require a replacement chart; contact customer service to receive a new copy.

 

Revised 3/14/2013

under Left Front:
Row 1 (WS):....
Beginning with RS Row 1 of Chart 1b, work Front Charts 1
through 4, a total of 4 [4, 5, 5, 6] times, ending on the last row
of Front Chart 4.


INISHMANN VEST - 52174D

Updated 10/24/2017
Chart 2A
Rows 7, 9, 23, and 27
Row 7: P, 2/2 LC2/2 RC, p. 

Buttonhole Chart
Row 1 (RS): Sl wyif, k7. (8 sts)
Row 2 (WS) Knit.
Rows 3-8: rep rows 1 & 2
Row 9: Sl wyif, k2, p2tog, yo, k3.
Row 10: rep row 2
Rows 11-32: rep rows 1 & 2
Row 33: rep row 9
Row 34: rep row 2
 

Update 03/09/2017
Chart 3 - Chevron (sizes 43.5, 47.5, 51.5) (worked flat over 26 sts)
 


INIS MEAIN - 52553D

Chart C
Row 3: K1, P1, 2/2 RC, P1, K1, P1, 3/3 RC, K3, P1, K1, P1, 2/2 RC, P1, K1.


IN PERFECT HARMONY - 52258D

Work Chart D Rows 1-14 once, working repeat 23 times.

Chart B
Row 11: St 9-k, St 50-yo, St 51-yo, St 52-ssk;
Row 15: St 50-ssk
Row 21: St 45-k2tog, St 46-yo, St 47-k2tog, St 48-yo.

Chart C
Row 33: St 4-k, St 5-k2tog, St 6-yo, St 7-yo

Chart E
Row 22:St 14-k, St 15-p, St 22-p, St 44- p, St 45-k

Chart F
Row 8: St 18- k, St 19-p St 54-p;  
Row 12: Sts 18,22,26,30,34,49,53,57,61,65,-k


INVARIANCE - 52375D

Lower Body
Switch to smaller needles
Next Row (RS): K1, M1, (P2, K2) rep to end. 194 (218, 238, 262, 290, 310, 338, 354, 386) sts
Work in rib pattern at established for 1.5 (2, 2, 2, 2, 2.5, 2.5, 2.5)”. BO all sts.

Measurements at the ends of Back, Left Front, and Right Front, before Shape Armholes are 6 (6, 6, 6.25, 6, 7, 7.75, 8, 8.25)”.

Work Buttonhole Band and Button Band with smaller needles.


JACK & JILL HOODED SWEATSHIRTS - 50537

JACK & JILL HOODED SWEATSHIRTS - 50537

Revised 3/15/07

Jill's Hoodie:
Divide for armholes
Next row (RS): K31 (33, 35, 37) for right front, BO 6 sts, K64 (68, 72, 76); BO 6 sts, K33 for left front.  Sl front sts to a spare needle, st holder or scrap yarn.

Sleeves:
... Work even until sleeve measures 10 1/4" (11 1/2", 12", 12 1/2")...

Jill's Sleeve:
Ignore instruction that reads "continuing Stripe Sequence..."; rep the increases as indicated.


JANET LACE SHAWL - 50472

JANET LACE SHAWL - 50472

Revised 6/19/06

Four-Rib Braid (over 17 stitches):

Round 39: S(2)RHN. * ( SKP, k1, k2tog, yo, SK2P, yo) 3 times; repeat from * to end of round.


JAYLEN JACKET - 51830D

Chart Legend: the slk2p should read sk2p 

Schematic measurements: I : 6 (6.5, 6.5, 6.75, 7.25, 7.5, 7.5, 8.5, 8.75)”


JAZZ AGE CROCHET WASHCLOTH - 55547

Row 1: Sc in 2nd chain from hook

Row 3: Chain 3, 4 dc into first st, *(working over next chain 5 space so as to enclose it) 1 sc into 5th dc of 9 dc group in row below, 9 dc into chain 1 space of v-stitch; rep from *, ending with 1 sc into 5th dc from 9 dc group in row below, 5 dc into top of turning chain, turn.

Row 5: Chain 1, 1 sc over sl st into 1st stitch of row below, *9 dc into chain 1 space of next v-stitch, (working over next chain 5 so as to enclose it) 1 sc into 5th dc from 9 dc group in row below; rep from *, ending with 1 sc into 5th dc from last 9 dc group, 9 dc into chain 1 space of next v-stitch, 1 sc into first chain of turning chain, turn

 


JOHN & GILLIAN PULLOVERS - 50525

Revised 10/5/2010

John Pullover
Body
Next Round: (Remove st markers as you come to them): BO 7 sts; *p2, k4; rep from * 17 (18, 19, 20) times; BO 14 sts; *p2, k4; rep from * 17 (18, 19, 20) times; BO last 7 sts: 206 (218, 230, 242) sts remain. Fasten off yarn.

Back
(WS): Dec 10 (12, 15, 16) sts evenly across row: 93 (97, 100, 105) sts remain.

Shape shoulders and back neck
Knit 30 (32, 33, 33) sts; join a new ball of yarn, BO next 33 (33, 34, 39) sts; knit to end of row.

Working both sides at the same time, P 1 row.

BO 4 sts at beg of next 14 rows, then BO remaining 2 (4, 5, 5) sts on each shoulder.

Front
Shape front neck
(RS): Knit 41 (42, 43, 44) sts; joining a new ball of yarn, BO 11 (13, 14, 17) sts, k to end of row.

Next row (RS):
Right Shoulder: K to last three sts, k2tog, k1.
Left Shoulder: K1, ssk, knit to end of row.
Next row (WS): Purl.
Repeat these two rows 11 (10, 10, 11) times.




 


JULIE'S SWEATER - 52334D

Written instructions for Body Cable Panel

Worked in the round:
Rnd 1: P2, 4/4RC, P2, K2, P10, K4, P10, K2, P2, 4/4LC, P2.
Rnd 2: P2, K8, P2, K2, P10, K4, P10, K2, P2, K8, P2.

Worked flat
Row 1 (RS): P2, 4/4RC, P2, K2, P10, K4, P10, K2, P2, 4/4LC,
P2. Row 2 (WS): K2, P8, K2, P2, K10, P4, K10, P2, K2, P8, K2.


KARIN TOTE - 50781 (KIT40129)

Strap-- "Make 2" is erroneous--to make the bag pictured, only one strap is necessary.

There have been minor corrections to the Charted Cable pattern. Please contact Customer service if you require an updated copy of the chart.


KELLEY'S SKI SWEATER - 41093/41094/41093D

Revised 2/7/13

On Measurements Worksheet, 6b should read: Subtract (6a x 6 sts) from (5).


KELLEY'S SKI SWEATER - 41093D

Pyramid and Diamond Pattern
Over the next 18 rounds, work the Pyramid and Diamonds pattern across both sides of front and back. Using the worksheet, calculate the repeats of this pattern to center it properly.
Left front: Beginning from remainder (8b) sts before end of Pyramid and Diamonds chart, knit to end of repeat, then work (8b) full repeats of Pyramid and Diamonds pattern to steek.
Right front: Work (8b) full repeats of Pyramid and Diamonds pattern, then work from remainder (8b) sts of Pyramids and Diamonds pattern to right underarm.

Measurement Worksheet #9: Back: Divide answer Back Sts (E/2) by 6, write down even repeats plus remainder:    23 + 0
 

 


KERRY HAT - 10122D

On the 2nd page:  "Work through the entire chart once, and then work through to Row 6

KERTI SHAWL - 52063D

C1 Chart
Stitches on rows 6-11, columns 33-35, need to be shifting down one row. For example: Row 5, column 34 - M5 in 1. Row 6, column 35 - P5tog


KILKENNY CAPELET - 50527

KILLKENNY CAPELET - 50527

Revised 10/16/07

Needles:
US 7 (4.5 mm): 24" circular
US 9 (5.5 mm): one 24" circular and one 32" circular
The gauge is given over US 9 (5.5 mm) needles.

Tubular Cast On: Row 5: *P1; use tip of right needle to pick up a bar...

Stitch counts after each increase should read as follows:
A) 109 (127, 145) sts
B) 133 (155, 177) sts
C) 157 (183, 209) sts
D) 181 (211, 241) sts
E) 205 (239, 273) sts


KIMONO SWEATER - 50388

KIMONO SWEATER - 50388

Revised 9/29/06

Gauge: 5 sts = 1" over stockinette stitch on US 6/4.0mm needles. The cabled portion of the body should be knit with the US 5/3.75mm circular needles. All other sections, including the cabled neck and cuffs, should be knit with the 4.0mm needles.

Fishernet Cable Pattern:
Rnd 1: *3lpc, 3rpc, p2; rep from *
...
Rnd 13: *3lpc, 3rpc, p2; rep from *.
...
Rnds 19-24
Rnd 19: rep Rnd 7
Rnd 20: rep Rnd 8
Rnd 21: *C4f, p4, rep from *.
Rnds 22-24: rep rnds 10-12.
...
Braided Cable Pattern:
...
6-st Right Cable: Sl 3 sts to cn and hold to back of work, K3, K3 from cn.
6-st Left Cable: Sl 3 sts to cn and hold to front of work, K3, K3 from cn.
CO 17 sts.
Row 1: K2, p2, k9, p2, k2.
Row 2 and all WS rows: Sl 1 pwise, p1, k2, p9, k2, p2. (Slipping the first st of each row gives a neater edge and makes it easier to pick up sts later.)
Row 3: K2, p2, 6-st Left Cable, k3, p2, k2.
Row 5: Repeat first row.
Row 7: K2, p2, k3, 6-st Right Cable, p2, k2.
Row 8: Repeat Row 2. Repeat these 8 rows.
...


KING CHARLES DISHCLOTH - 55809

King Charles pattern

 Row 4: P1, (k1, p1) twice, [(p1, k1) twice, p2] 6 times, (k1, p1) 3 times..


KNITS FOR EVERYBODY CARDIGANS - 52271D

Fingering Weight Cardigan chart

Row X, Women size S and M = .5"


KNITTERS' HANDY CARRY-ALL - 40122,40123,40136

updated 10/26/2009

Odds & Ends Pocket

Next RS row: Knit across the first 19 sts of the row. Place the remaining 18 sts on a holder or scrap yarn


LACE 1, 2, 3 - 50478

LACE 1, 2, 3 - 50478

Revised 8/4/06

Click here for revised PDF of pattern


LACE 123 - 50478

 Shawl

CO 110 sts


LACE HEADBAND - VICTORIAN SAMPLER

Directions

Using size 4 needles and waste yarn provisonally CO 18 sts. Purl one row.


LACE HEADSCARF - 50598

Updated 11/26/07

Row 10: K1, m1, pm, work row 2 of Vine Lace pattern over 9 sts, pm, m1, k1.
Row 11 and all other WS rows: K1, p to last st, k1.

Repeating Rows 10-11, work vine lace pattern between the markers until there are 10 sts on either side of the marker. End with a WS row.


LACE-RIB SHRUG 50644

revised 9/23/08

If you purchsed this pattern prior to 9/23/08 please contact customer service for a revised pattern.


LACE SKIRT - 51233D

 Chart symbol description incorrect - should read:  slip 1, knit 2, pass slip stitch over 2 stitches

Chart 2: stitch 27 in row 4 (ssk) should be in row 3; and stitch 26 in row 6 (ssk) should be in row 5. Charts are correct in current download.


LACY COLUMNS FACECLOTH - 55995

Lacy Columns stitch pattern
Rep Rows 1-4 for pattern


LADIES JACQUARD VEST - 50714

revised 3/24/09

Finished Size:

Women's 36" (40", 44", 48", 52")


LANDSCAPE PURSE - 50530

LANDSCAPE PURSE - 50530

Revised 5/7/07

Hills and Valleys Stitch: K1, *YO, K1, YO, K3, Sl1, K2tog, PSSO, K3* around, ending with K2.


LAZY DAY BATHROBE/CARDIGAN - 50562

Revised 10/29/07

Gauge: 12 sts/16 ridges = 4" in garter st


LEAF PANE HAT - 52165D

Notes and Chart Legend

2/1/2 Cross Right: SL 3 sts to CN and hold back, K 2 sts, SL center st from CN to LH needle and K it, K2 sts from CN.

2/1/2 Cross Right Purl Back (2/1/2 Cross Right PB): SL 3 sts to CN and hold back, K2 sts, P the left st from the CN, K remaining 2 sts from CN.


LEARN TO KNIT LACE SCARF - 55960

Chart 2:
Row 11, Column 9 should be an ssk.


LEGATO DISHCLOTH - 55578220

Revised 8/12/2014

The following rows in the Wave and Box Stitch pattern have been corrected:

Row 4: With CC1, p1, *sl3 wyif, p7, rep from *, sl3, p1. Slide sts to other end of needle.

Row 5: With MC, purl. Turn work.

Row 8: With CC1, p1, *sl3 wyif, p7, rep from *, sl3, p1. Slide sts to other end of needle. 


LENOX SHAWL - 52050D

Lace Pattern
Row 17: K3, *P3, YO, K2, SSK, P3, K2tog, K2, YO, P2; rep from * to last 4 sts, P1, K3.


LIGHT BASICS GARTER SHAWLETTE - 51090D

Centered Double Decrease (CDD)
Slip 2 sts K-wise, K1, pass slip stitches over k st. 2 sts dec


LIGHT BASICS GARTER SHAWLETTE - 51090D

Centered Double Decrease (CDD)
Slip 2 sts K-wise, K1, pass slip stitches over k st. 2 sts dec


LIGHT BASIC SHELL - 51085D/75104D/32184

Revised 1/15/2014

Applied I-cord edging should be worked with larger size DPNs.


LILAC FLOWERS CHILD'S VEST - 50627

Revised 3/10/2009

Gauge:

34 ½ sts /38 rows = 4”. Check your gauge before you begin.


Revised 6/11/2008

If your pattern was purchased prior to 6/11/08 please contact Customer Service at 1-800-574-1323


LILY OF THE VALLEY SOCKS - 50590

revised 4/15/08

Horizontal Braid

Make 1 st by inserting the tip of the LH needle into the front of the horizontal strand running between the st on the LH needle and the the st on the RH needle. Knit this st through the back loop.


LINE BY LINE MITTENS TO GLOVES - 50771, 50772 (KITS 40119, 40120)

Abbreviation table: m = marker

P.2: Begin Increases
Next Round: (maintaining stripe pattern) K1, pm, k to 1 st before end of round, pm, K1
Next Round: K to 1st marker, m1R, sl m, k to next marker, sl m, m1L, k to end of round

Left Hand:

Disregard these instructions. Work left hand the same as right hand.

M1L (Make 1 Left-leaning stitch): PU the bar between st just worked and next st and place on LH needle as a regular stitch; knit through the back loop.

M1R (Make 1 Right-leaning stitch): PU the bar between st just worked and next st and place on LH needle backwards (incorrect stitch mount). Knit through the front loop.

 

 


LINEN DREAM RUG AND TABLE RUNNER - 52190D

On RS rows, stitches are slipped with the yarn in front, and on the WS rows, stitches are slipped with the yarn in back.


LITTLE BUBBLES BABY SET - 50735, 50736, 50737 (KIT 40098)

revised 6/08/2009

Page 3: "Size 18 months ONLY" refers to 12-24 month size.

After dividing yoke and sleeves in "Body" section, and before beginning one-row stripes on Body, instructions should read:

Continue in St st in MC for 1.5 (2, 1.5) inches, ending with a WS row.

Abbreviations Table, page 5: "m" refers to marker, not meter.


LITTLE OLD MAN JACKET - 51251D

 Revised 7/29/2014

Pocket instructions on page 23 have been updated. 

Pockets (Make 2)

The pockets are knitted separately and sewed on. 

Cast on 15 sts. Work back and forth in St st for 15 rows, then knit in Garter st for 5 rows. Bind off all sts.

Finishing

For each pocket, position the inside edge an inch from Garter st front flap and cast-on edge about an inch up from the sweater hem. Using mattress stitch, with RS facing out, sew cast on edge of pocket to cardigan. Using whipstitch, sew inside and outside edges, leaving top edge open. Repeat for other pocket.

Revised 9/30/2014

In the Body section, for the buttonhole flaps, if you already know whether it's a little girl or boy, only work the buttonholes on the appropriate side, keeping the opposite band in Garter st. 

After the Buttonhole Row instruction, the next few sentences should read: Work a Buttonhole Row on the next row, then every 12th (14th, 14th, 16th, 17th, 19th) row two more times. Place a locking stitch marker through any stitch of the last buttonhole row to help you determine when to begin the armholes.

From here, both the Collar and Armholes are worked at the same time; read both sections before proceeding.


Armholes

On the 12th row after the last Buttonhole Row (marked with a locking marker)....

 

In the Sleeve Cap section, the instructions to work a decrease row should read: Work a Decrease Row every row 4 (5, 5, 6, 6, 7) times, then every other row 7 (5, 6, 7, 7, 8) times. 20 (26, 26, 24, 26, 24) sts.


LITTLE PRINCESS CHILD'S VEST - 50629

Revised 3/10/2009

Gauge:
34 ½ sts /38 rows = 4”. Check your gauge before you begin.


Revised 6/11/2008

If your pattern was purchased prior to 6/11/08 please contact Customer Service at 1-800-574-1323


LOOPY SOCKS - 50395

LOOPY SOCKS - 50395

Revised 9/7/05

Click here for PDF of revised pattern


LOTTIE'S BOOTIES - 52148D

Under Sole:
Rounds 5 & 6: “Heel sts total” counts  should read: (6 (8, 8) heel sts total).
Round 11:  Repeat Round 5 until 2 sts before M (3 heel sts remain).


LOVE TANGLE BLANKET - 51364D

1/9/2019
Body
Rows 1 to 32:

Chart
Row 32, purl all.
 

9/25/2014
Chart Key
(K2) Cluster
Insert right-hand needle between the 2nd and 3rd sts on the lefthand needle and draw a loop through to front of work. Place the loop on the left hand needle and knit it. Slip the next 2 sts to the right-hand needle and pull the newly formed stitch over them.


LUCKY GANSEY - 52552D

Cuff
Sizes 34 (36.75, 39.25, 42, 44.75) Only Cuff Dec Rnd: P1, (K2, P2) 5 (5, 5, 5, 6) times, SSK, (K1, P2, K1) twice, K2tog, (P2, K2) 5 (5, 5, 5, 6) times, K2, P1. 2 sts dec. 52 (52, 52, 52, 60) sts.

Sizes 47.25 (50, 52.75) Only Cuff Dec Rnd: P1, SSK, K1, P2, K1, K2tog, (P2tog) twice, SSK, K1, P2, K1, K2tog, (P2, K2) twice, P2, SSK, (K1, P2, K1) twice, K2tog, (P2, K2) twice, P2, SSK, K1, P2, K1, K2tog, (P2tog) twice, SSK, K1, P2, K1, K2tog, P1. 14 sts dec. 60 (60, 60) sts.

Size 55.25 Only Cuff Dec Rnd: P1, SSK, K1, P2, K1, K2tog, P2, K2, P2, SSK, K1, P2, K1, K2tog, (P2, K2) twice, P2, SSK, (K1, P2, K1) twice, K2tog, (P2, K2) twice, P2, SSK, K1, P2, K1, K2tog, P2, K2, P2, SSK, K1, P2, K1, K2tog, P1. 10 sts dec. 68 sts.


LUNDY WRAP - 52547D

03/26/2019
Chart
Row 9 stitches 48-50. should be 2/1LPC.
Row 11 stitches 31-33 should be 2/1 LPC

3/18/2019
Chart:
Row 15, stitches 98-102: 2/1/2 RC

3/11/2019
Legend (updated to add symbol/instructions)
2/1 RPC: Sl1 to CN, hold to back, K2, then P1 from CN.


MAKE IT RED CARDIGAN - 11896/75059/31945

Revised 8/31/12

On the first page of instructions, Raglan Inc Row 2 (WS) should read:

Raglan Inc Row 2 (WS): Purl to marker, m1R, sm, p1, sm, purl to
marker, sm, p1, sm, m1L, purl across back sts as est, slipping next 2
markers, purl to marker, m1R, sm, p1, sm, purl to marker, sm, p1,
sm, m1L, purl to end.


MAKIN' WAVES VEST - 52458D

11/7/2018
Torso
Change to larger needles

02/05/2019

Armhole and Neck Shaping
Work even until piece measures 9 (9.5, 10, 10.5 11) inches from beg of armholes. At the end of the final rnd, bind off the left armhole steek sts.

Shoulder Shaping
Front (worked back and forth)
Maintaining continuity of pattern, working Front Right/Left sts, and excluding left armhole steek sts, bind off 10 (11, 12, 12, 12) sts at beg of next four rows. Bind off 11 (11, 13, 13, 13) sts at beg of next two rows. Bind off neck steek sts. Cut yarn and fasten off.

Back (worked back and forth)
Reattach yarn. Bind off right armhole steek sts. Bind off 10 (11, 12, 12, 12) sts at beg of next four rows. Bind off 11 (11, 13, 13, 13) sts at beg of next two rows. Place remaining 53 (55, 59, 59, 63) back neck sts on a holder.

Before working Neckband, Sew Shoulder seams.

Armbands
 Using MC and smaller dpns, pu and knit 56 (60, 64, 67, 70) sts up right front armhole, then pu and knit 56 (60, 64, 67, 70) sts down right back armhole,.....


MARGUERITE CROCHET DISHCLOTH - 55592

Repeat Rows 4-15 once more, changing colors where indicated.
Repeat Rows 4-6 once more.


MEET THE FOSTERS - 75002D

Carmen Bananas and Mr. Foster Dolls
Cork and Fedora were switched in versions pre - 11/11/2015 versions. 

For Instance:
Under Arms Section, it should read:
With Cork, DPNs and using Backwards Loop CO...
....Work in St st for 2½”.
Switch to Fedora and work for 2½”.

update 1/11/2016

Yarn requirements for dolls are for each doll.

Yarn requirements for clothing does not include dolls.

PDFs are now updated, please download a new version.


MELODICA COIN PURSE - 55765

Chart decreased by 2 stitches and Outer purse decreased by 4 stitches.


MEN'S BIAS KNIT TIE - 50604

revised 12/7/07

Directions under lining (last paragraph, left column, page 3) should read:

Place the tie and lining fabric right sides together...


MEN'S CONVERTABLE FINGERLESS GLOVES - 50601

Revised 1/8/09

Both gloves are knit identically until attaching the flap. Shape mitten top:
...
To make a mitten top for the other hand, simply pick up the stitches for the flap on the other side of the glove.


MEN'S RIBBED ZIP SWEATER - 50643

revised 11/7/08

Full Zip Directions

Using US size 7 needles CO 212 (226, 244. 276, 290, 308) sts.

Armhole decreases:

Decrease 1st at each armhole edge every row 8 (8, 9, 11, 11, 11) times, then EOR every other row 0 (0, 1, 5, 5, 6) times, keeping armhole edge st in St st. 

Work in rib pattern for 48 (49, 53, 39, 41, 46) rows.

At the same time, work collar.

At row 12 (14, 13, 1, 4, 8 ) of straight section, work as follows:..


MEN'S TONAL ARAN VEST - 50636

Revised 12/8/10

Front
Work in St st (RS) and place markers after the following sts:
XL (50”): 21, 41, 43, 45, 63, 81, 99, 101, 103, 123

 


MEOW-CCASIN SLIPPERS - 52237D

Decrease for Sole
Rnd 1: K2tog, K2 (2,4), SSK, K2tog, K18 (20, 21), SSK, K2tog, K6 (8, 8), SSK, K2tog, K18 (20, 21), SSK. 52 (58, 62) sts.


MESMERIC CARDIGAN - 13883D

 Revised 2/17/2017

In the Saddle section, the last sentence where it says "the yellow highlighted row", the text should read "the joining round for your size..."

In the Upper Back section, the last sentence where it says  "the yellow highlighted row", the text should read "the joining round..."

In the Upper Fronts and Steek section, the last sentence where it says  "the yellow highlighted row", the text should read "the joining round..." 

In the Yoke section, in the Joining Round sub-section, the first sentence where it says "is highlighted in yellow..." should read "marked A (B, C, D, E) on Yoke Charts and Sleeve Cap Charts." The last sentence of the Yoke section, where it says, "the last round before the blue highlighted row..." should read, "the last round before the separating round for your size..." In the Separating Round subsection, where it says "This round is highlighted in blue..." it should read, "marked with K (I, L, M, J)..."

In the Body chart, on rounds 128, 129, and 136, stitches 40, 56, 72, 87 and 104 should be worked in CC3 Rose Hip.  


MINI KITTY POUF - 52012D

 Yarn requirements
Version 2: MC: Cobblestone Heather 26484, 2 balls; CC Finnley Heather 26488


MINI-MITTS ORNAMENTS - 13171D

 All 4 charts updated with thumb placement on each (Row 16, stitches 34-38)

 Volute Chart updated (Rows 6-20, column 38)


MIRROR LATTICE SPA SET - 55798

Hand Towel
Finished Measurements: Approx 15” x 21”, blocked


MISMATCHED CROCHET DISHCLOTH - 55560

 Row 4 should read: 4ch, skip 1 st, tr into next st (counts as tr2tog), *dc into next st, hdc in next st, sc in next st, hdc in next st, dc in next st, over next 3 st work tr3tog, rep from * to last 2 st, over last 2 st, work tr2tog, skip tch, turn.


MISTAKE RIB NECKWARMER - 50699

Revised 4/24/2012

Under Buttonhole:

Clarified 'BO1 st' as: BO 1 stitch by knitting the next two stitches, then passing the first knit stitch over the second.


MISTY MORN - 51918D

Star Stitch Pattern (worked flat over a multiple of 4 sts plus 1)

For Button and Button Band, the buttonholes should be along the Right Front.


MOCK CABLE BLANKET - 52097D

Mock Cable Chart Written Instructions

Row 2 (WS): P4, K2, *P2, K4, P4, K2; rep from * 6 (8) times. 

Row 4: P2, K3, P1, *K1, P3, K2, P2, K3, P1; rep from * 6 (8) times.

Row 8: K1, P5, *K5, P1, K1, P5; rep from * 6 (8) times.


MODERN TEA COZY - (VICTORIAN SAMPLER)

Tea Cozy Color Work Chart

On row 4 M1 after 30th st.

On row 12, M1 after 4th st and 28th st.

On row 16, M1 after last st.


MODULAR TRIANGLE SHAWL - 51852D

Part 7
With RS facing, using C3...


MONTAVILLA MARKET TOTE KIT - 40095

Revised 4/22/09

Needles:

US 10.5 (6.5mm) 24" or longer circulars and DPNs.

 

Revised 5/1/09

At the end of  Provisional Cast On (Crochet Chain method) section:
To unravel (when sts need to be picked up), pull chain end out, and the chain should unravel, leaving live sts. Attach first color of Simply Cotton and purl one row.

Revised 5/12/09

Needles:

US size 9 (5.5mm) straights and/or circular


MORNING GLORY PURSE - GEORGIAN SAMPLER

revised 5/27/08

Body:

Rnd 2: Knit


MORNING RAMBLE CARDIGAN - 52167D

Chart 5, Rows 36 and 37, columns 23-26 should be purl stitches.

Key updated to include 2/1 LC and 2/1 RC symbols

Schematic updated 


MOSS STITCH COAT - 51339D

Back (section)
With larger needles cast on 80(88, 94, 100, 110)
Armhole Shaping,
Using sloped bind -off method, BO 3(3, 3, 4, 4) sts at the beginning of next 2 rows, then BO 2(2, 2, 3, 3) sts at the beginning of next 2(2, 2, 4, 2, 4) rows, then BO 1(1, 1, 2, 2) sts at the beginning of next 2(6, 6, 4, 4) rows, then BO 0(0, 0, 1, 1) sts at the beginning of next 0(0, 0, 2, 2) rows, 66(72, 74, 76, 80) sts
Shoulder Shaping
Using the sloped bind-off method, BO 5(6, 6, 6, 6) at the beginning of the next 6(2, 2, 6, 8) rows, then BO 4(5, 5, 5, 0) sts at the beginning of the next 2(6, 6, 2, 0) rows. BO remaining 28 (30, 32, 30, 32) sts normally.

 

Left Front (section)
Cast on 46 sts
Armhole Shaping
Note: Continue in Moss Stitch pattern while working armhole shaping. Place a removable marker on the first row. Using sloped bind-off method,
BO 3(3, 3, 4, 4) sts at the beginning of next RS row, then
BO 2(2, 2, 3, 3) sts at the beginning of next 1(1, 2, 1, 2) RS rows.  
BO 1(1, 1, 2, 2) sts at the beginning of next 1(3, 3, 2, 2) RS rows.  
BO 0(0, 0, 1, 1) sts at the beginning of next 0(0, 0, 1, 1) RS rows
38(40, 42, 44, 44) sts
Continue in pattern as established (with 1 st edge at each end of row) until you have worked 27(29, 31, 31, 31) rows from armhole marker.
Neck Shaping
Using sloped bind-off method,
BO 9 sts at the beginning of next WS row
BO 4 sts at the beginning of next 1(1, 1, 2, 2) WS rows
BO 3 sts at the beginning of next 2(1, 1, 1, 1) WS rows
BO 2 sts at the beginning of next 1(1, 2, 1, 1) WS rows
BO 1 st at the beginning of next 0(1, 1, 1, 1) WS rows

19(21, 21, 23, 23)
Continue in pattern (with 1 st edge st at armhole edge) for 8(8, 6, 8, 8) more rows
Shoulder Shaping
Using the sloped bind-off method, BO 5(6, 6, 6, 6) sts at the beginning of the next 3(1, 1, 3, 3) RS rows, then BO 4(5, 5, 5, 5) sts at the beginning of next 1(3, 3, 1, 1) RS rows, then BO remaining sts, leaving a long tail for seaming.

 

Right Front (section)
Cast on 46 sts
Armhole Shaping
BO 1(1, 1, 2, 2) sts at the beginning of next 1(3, 3, 2, 2) WS rows
BO 0(0, 0, 1, 1) sts at the beginning of next 0(0, 0, 1, 1) WS rows
38(40, 42, 44, 44) sts
Continue in pattern as established (with 1 st edge at each end of row) until you have worked 21(23, 25, 25, 25) rows from armhole marker – one row before the 32nd (34th, 34th, 34th, 34th) row from start of the last buttonhole.
Neck Shaping
Using sloped bind-off method,
BO 9 sts at the beginning of next RS row
BO 4 sts at the beginning of next 1(1, 1, 2, 2) RS rows
BO 3 sts at the beginning of next 2(1, 1, 1, 1) RS rows
BO 2 sts at the beginning of next 1(1, 2, 1, 1) RS rows
BO 1 st at the beginning of next 0(1, 1, 1, 1) RS rows

19(21, 21, 23, 23) sts
Continue in pattern (with 1 st edge st at armhole edge) for 8(8, 6, 8, 8) more rows
Shoulder Shaping
Using sloped bind-off method, BO 5(6, 6, 6, 6) sts at the beginning of next 3(1, 1, 3, 3) WS rows, then BO 4(5, 5, 5, 5) sts at the beginning of next 1(3, 3, 1, 1) WS rows. BO remaining sts, leaving a long tail for seaming.


MOSSY DIAMONDS COAT - 50613

Revised 02/06/09

Back
Size 40" only

Inc row 6:
Work 35 sts, [m1, work 1 st, sm, m1,] work 37 sts, [sm, m1, work 1 st, m1] work 35 sts: 113 sts
Work 5 rows even, keeping the center of the double inc in St st.

 

Revised 4/15/08

If your pattern was purchased prior to 4/15/08 please contact customer service at:
1-800-574-1323


MR. FOSTER — 40084

Revised 6/22/09

Jammies

The original pattern contains an extra sentence at the start of the Henley Collar instructions on page 5. "Work around the pattern and decreases until 4 sts before the center front marker; place those 4 sts on a holder or scrap yarn." is incorrect. Later versions of the pattern reflect this.

 

Revised 6/3/09

Begin bottom shaping:
Work first 30 sts of round. Across back:
Row 1: K28, W&T.
Row 2: P20, W&T.
Row 3: K18, W&T.
Row 4: P16, W&T.
Row 5: K14, W&T.
Row 6: P12, W&T.
Row 7: K10, W&T.
Row 8: P8, W&T.
With RS facing, work across back, picking up wraps and knit them together with the sts they wrap. Work across front and then across right back, working wraps together with sts they wrap.

Revised 3/18/09

Attach Arms (page 2)

Begin decreasing as a raglan: Work to 3 sts before 1st marker, K2tog, K1, SM, K1, SSK; repeat at each marker. Knit one round even.

Revised 3/24/09

Face Shaping

(fourth paragraph)

Purl across row, pick up and P3tog both wraps and st they wrap, W&T. With right side facing....

revised 4/21/09

 

Ears (make 2)

Round 2: K to 2 sts before marker, K2tog, SM, K to end

 

 


MR. ROBOTO - 50815

page 4:

With Sailor, beginning at the seam, on the RS, PU and k 54 sts around CO edge of body, beginning at the seam, omitting the selvedge sts, and join to work in the round.

Round 2: K marked st, k2tog, *k to 2 sts before marked st, ssk, k marked st, k2tog, rep from * 2 times more, k to 2 sts before end of round, ssk. (46 sts)
Round 3: K all sts.
Repeat rounds 2 and 3 one time more, then work round 2 one time more. (30 sts)


MUSE 52044D

Lace Fan

Row 3: Work as established to 1 st before M, move M to this position, *K2tog, YO, rep from * to M, remove M, K1, PM, work as established to the end.


NEOTTIA SHAWLETTE - 55983

11/20/2017
under Notes:

To increase the size of the shawl: work additional repeats of chart 1. Each additional repeat of chart 1 will result in an increase of 36 stitches per row.

2/1/2018
Under Work Charts
Work boxed stitch pattern repeat one time for the first repeat of chart 1, four times for the second, seven times for the third, ten times for the fourth, and thirteen times for the fifth.


NEW TRADITIONS AFGHAN - 50804 (KIT 40140)

Block A

Section 6

PU and knit 10 sts along the first half of the edge of the Section 5 Avocado triangle, extending from right corner to center st.

PU and knit 10 remaining sts along edge of avocado triangle, extending from center st to left corner.

Block B

Section 4

Repeat these last 2 rows 7 times more, BO all sts on last repeat (WS).

 

Missing abbreviation: KFB: knit 1 stitch in the front, then in the back


NEW TRADITIONS BABY BLANKET - 50811

Page 3, Block B, Section 3: work with Sea Foam.

Page 3, Block B, Section 7: work with Silver Sage.


NUTKIN BEANIE - 51180D/75132D/32206

Revised 1/15/2014

Pattern was missing Crown chart. If you purchased this pattern prior to 1/15/2014, please contact Customer Service for a replacement or a copy of the chart.


OFFSHORE FLAT CAP - 52468D

Brim
Short Row 4: Sl1, P23, turn.


ON DECK PULLOVER - 50561

Shape sleeve cap

BO 4 (4, 5, 5, 5, 5, 6) sts at beg of next two rows: 51 (53, 53, 55, 58, 60, 60) sts rem. Dec 1 st at each end of every THIRD row 6 times, then every FOUR rows 6 (6, 6, 7, 7, 7, 7) times, then every other row 6 (6, 6, 6, 7, 7, 7) times more: 15 (17, 17, 17, 18, 20, 20) sts rem.

BO loosely. 


ONE FOR THE WHOLE CLAN - 50496

ONE FOR THE WHOLE CLAN SWEATER - 50496

Revised 6/27/08

Yarn:
Knit Picks Swish Superwash (110 yds/50g):
Child: Capri 23878 (6, 7, 8) balls

Father's Sweater

Sleeves (make 2)

With smaller needles, cast on 47 (47, 51) sts and work in k1, p1 rib for 2" (2 1/2", 21/2"), ending on a RS row.

Add 4 sts as follows: working in rib, work 19 (19, 21) sts, m1, (work 2 sts, m1) 3 times work rem 22, (22, 24) sts - 51, (51, 55) sts

Change to larger needles

Neckband

With circular needle, beg at left shoulder, pick up and knit 82, (84, 90) sts on circular needle

Child's Sweater

Sleeves (make 2)

With smaller needles cast on 43 (43, 47) sts and knit in k1, p1 rib for 1" (1 1/2", 1 1/2"), ending in RS row.

Add 3 sts as follows: working in rib, work 19 (19, 21) sts m1 (work 2 sts, m1) 2 times, work rem 20 (20, 22) sts - 46 (46, 50) sts.

Change to larger needles

With circular needle, beg at left shoulder, pick up and knit 74 (80, 90) sts around the neckline.


ORENBURG STOLE-51309D

 Revised 7/16/2014

Symbol for sl1 stitch added to legend. 

Revised 9/18/2014

Charts have been significantly corrected. Download an updated copy from your library, or contact customer service for the updated version.

Yarn yardage for Shadow Lace Yarn is 440 yds, not 110 yds. 

Revised 8/31/2015

The Border Chart has been revised. Please contact Customer Service for an updated copy of the chart.

Revised 9/14/2016

In the Border section, the third sentence of instructions has been clarified. It now reads: "On each RS row, work the last st as a P2tog by slipping the last Border st pwise, picking up a st pwise from the edge of the Stole, and then purling those two sts together, joining the edging with the body."

 


ORIEL - 52565D

Chart Legend
Slip - Slip stitch as if to purl, holding yarn in back


OSTREO SHAWLETTE - 52203D

Chart 2
Row 33, stitch 48 should be a SSK


PALETTE FAIR ISLE CARDIGAN - 50455

PALETTE FAIR ISLE CARDIGAN - 50455

Revised 1/11/07

Snug-Fitting Sleeve

With a 16" Size 3 (US) circular needle, beginning at the center bottom of the armhole opening, and 23736 Tan yarn, pick up and knit (through both loops of the pick up row) 148 (158, 166, 176, 184) sts.


PAPILLION CHOKER AND WRISTLETS - 55863

Under the written instructions for the wristlets, the set up row should only read: K3, *P1, K1,* repeat * 30 times, K3.


PARACHUTES SHAWL - 50956D/AMERICAN PRAIRIE COLLECTION

Revised 8/22/2012

Parasol Chart:
Row 11: SSK, *(YO, K2tog) three times, KTBL, YO, (KTBL,  P1)  5 times, KTBL, YO, KTBL, (SSK, YO) three times, SK2P*; rep between *s across row, ending the last repeat with SSK, K1.
Row 14: Cluster 4, *P6, Cluster 5*; repeat between *s to the last 9 sts, P6, Cluster 3.

 

Please contact Customer Service for a new copy of the chart


PATOU PULLOVER - 52227D

Simple Bear Paw Pattern (worked flat)
(even numbered written rows updated)
Row 2 (WS): K1, P2, (K2, P1) 4 times, P1, *P3, (K2, P1) 4 times, P1; rep from * to last st, K1.
Row 4: K1, P3, (K2, P1) 4 times, P1, *P4, (K2, P1) 4 times, P1; rep from * to last st, K1.
Row 6: K1, P4, (K2, P1) 4 times, P1, *P5, (K2, P1) 4 times, P1; rep from * to last st, K1.
Row 8: K1, P5, (K2, P1) 4 times, P1, *P6, (K2, P1) 4 times, P1; rep from * to last st, K1.
Row 10: K1, P6, (K2, P1) 4 times, P1, *P7, (K2, P1) 4 times, P1; rep from * to last st, K1.


PEACH MARGOT CROCHET DISHCLOTH PATTERN - 55555

Row 2: Row 2 (RS): Change to CC yarn, Ch1, 1sc into first two sts (ch3, 1 CL over next seven stitches, ch3, 1 sc into next three sts)…

Pattern is now correct, please redownload.


PEACOCK SHAWL - 51311D

 Revised 10/1/2014

In the Feather Part 2 chart, Row 129, St 45 should be k2tog. Row 168, St 91 should be a knit stitch.


PEBBLES - 52262D

Chart A
Row 3 should read K2, YO, K1, K2tog, YO, K2.


PEMBERLEY BLANKET - 55709

 Chart row 1 should read: P3, K3, K2tog, K1, YO, P2, YO, K1, Skp, K3, P3


PETER & WENDY 51253D

 Before Armhole Shaping

All sizes: Work one 8-round repeat in pattern. On the final round, remove pattern repeat markers and place a marker after 64, (64, 72, 72, 80, 80) sts to mark the right underarm. Move on to Armhole Shaping.


PHAROS SHAWL - 52065D

Chart F
Stitch pattern repeat should include columns 20 to 51.


PIKABU BOOT TOPPERS - 51189D

Scalloped Edging

Row 4: BO 4, K3, YO, K2tog, K1. (7 sts)

(corrected in single pattern download and eBook)


PIMA COWL - 52213D

Chart Legend
2/2 RC symbol defined


PINE NEEDLES STOLE - 11970D

 The charts should show the first 2 stitches and the last 2 stitches of each row should be knit (garter stitch).  Written instructions are correct.


PINEY TWEED HAT - 52331D

Piney Tweed Chart
Round 19, stitches 9-12: C4F


PLAIN VANILLA PULLOVER - 50559

Revised 08/12/10

Neck shaping
Continue to work armhole shaping as given for back.
AT THE SAME TIME, shape neck:
(RS): Work 33 (38, 42, 46) [36, 41, 45, 48] sts. Joining a second ball of yarn, BO 4 (3, 3, 4) [4, 3, 3, 5] sts; work 33 (38, 42, 46) [36, 41, 45, 48] sts.

 

Revised 08/24/07

BACK

Shape Neck:

Work even until armhole measures 8¼”? (9”?, 9¼”?, 9¾”) [9”, 9¾”?, 10¼”?, 10¾”?]

Shoulder shaping is mislabeled: The left shoulder begins on a RS row; the right shoulder shaping begins on a  WS row.

FRONT

Work as given for back through first two rows of armhole shaping; end with a WS row.

revised 4/3/09

Neck Shaping:

Shape front right shoulder as given for back left and front left shoulder as given for back right.


PLUM PUDDING SLOUCH - 55674D

Band
Row 4: Switch to CC1.
Row 5: Switch to CC4.


POSIE BONNET - 52149D

Slipped Double Cable Chart
Row 5: 1/2 LC, 1/2 RC, P4, 1/2 RC, 1/2 LC.


POT GRABBERS - 51272D

 Revised 10/21/2014

In the Pot Grabber chart in rows 1-5, the MLs have been moved 1 st to the left, and the MRs 1 st to the right.  

There is only one needle size, so the reference to making the gauge swatch on smaller needles has been removed. The gauge swatch should be done in stranded stockinette in the round and blocked.

Suggested needles have been changed to: US 5 (3.75mm) DPN's or two 24” circular needles for two circulars technique, or one 32” or longer circular needle for Magic Loop technique, or size to obtain gauge

Stitch Markers have been added to the notions needed.


PRINCESS PULLOVER - 51357D

Revised 8/19/2014

The chart for Cable Panel part 3 has now been included. If you have the ebook or individual pdf, download the updated version from your library. If you purchased a printed book, contact Customer Service for a copy of the chart. 

Revised 1/7/2015

Updated instructions are included for the sleeves and the neckline decreases.

Sleeves

Single Decrease Row instructions should read: "Single Decrease Row (1 st decreased at each edge). WS: P2tog TBL, work in pattern to last 2 sts, P2tog."  

At the end of the sleeve increases, the stitch counts should read: "86 (92, 98, 104, 122, 130,142, 152).

The stitch counts in the sleeve cap shaping after the BOs and the Double and Single Decreases should be 74, 76, 82, 88, 104, 116, 130,140,148) sts.

The final number of sts to be BO, just before the Body section begins, should be: 12 (20, 20, 26, 34, 34, 34, 38, 40)

 Neckline Decrease should say: "RS: Work in pattern to last 3 sts of left neck edge, SSSK. Using the second ball of yarn, at right neck edge K3tog, work in pattern across right shoulder."

Revised 08/08/2017
Cable panel part 3 chart
Row 128, first 3 stitches should be c2 over 1 right P. Last 3 stitches in row should be c2 over 1 left P.

Revised 09/13/2017
Cable Panel (part 3)
 32, 36, 40, 44, 48 Work two repeats of rows 153-160, then BO for armholes on the first round of the third repeat (round 169)


PROFESSOR VON WAFFLE - 51895D

Update October 10, 2015
Chart Legend should read:
Green Line - Size 41” and 43”
Blue Line - Size 45” and 47”
Red Line - Size 49”

Right Front Chart Row 4 is missing M1L in 3rd box from the right.

Left Front Chart Row 4 is missing M1R in 2nd box from the right.

Update April 27, 2016
Button Band - first sentence Using smaller needle, with RS facing, PU and K…evenly across placket edge starting at base of the right side placket.

Button Hole Band - first sentence Using smaller needle, with RS facing, PU and K…evenly across placket edge starting at top of the left side placket.


PROVENCAL PLACEMATS - 50571

PROVENCAL PLACEMATS - 50571

Revised 3/14/08

Placemats
...
Next round: YO, k1, YO; pm, k19, sm, YO, k1, YO; pm, k15, sm; YO, k1, YO; pm, k19, sm, YO, k1, YO; pm, k15, sm.

Napkin Rings
...
Rep from * to * until cord measures 9”.


PUMPKING - 55834

Row 5: Sl 1, *KFB, KFB, K1* rep 4 more times. (26 sts)


QUADRANT DISHCLOTH - 55548

Revised 6/30/2015

A new sentence was added to the notes section: "Row 1 includes a YO which will increase the stitch count by 1. Row 2 will be repeated where a YO is added at the beginning of a row, then is decreased at the end of the same row by k2tog the YO of the previous row and the last stitch. This will create a neat edge and allow stitches to be picked up easily."

 


QUADRAT - 55753

Top Edge
Row 1 (RS): Sl1, p1, k2tog. [p1, k1] to end of row. [1 st dec. 107(125) sts.]
Row 2 (WS): Sl1, work in ribbing to end of row.
Rep Row 2 rows another 5 times, for 6 rows of ribbing.


QUEEN OF DIAMONDS GLOVES - 50554

Right Index Finger:
K7, place the next 27 sts on waste yarn, CO 4 sts, join and k to end (22 sts on needles).
Next round: k6, ssk, k2, k2tog, k to end. (20 sts)
Next round: k5, ssk, k2, k2tog, k to end. (18 sts)
Knit 4 more rounds even, then BO loosely

Left Index Finger:
k9, place the next 27 sts on waste yarn, CO 4 sts, join and k to end (22 sts on needles).
Next round: k8, ssk, k2, k2tog, k to end. (20 sts)
Next round: k7, ssk, k2, k2tog, k to end. (18 sts)
Knit 4 more rounds even, then BO loosely.


RAGLAN JACKET - 51222D

 See updated version in your library for multiple changes. If you have questions, please call Customer Service at 1(800) 574-1323.

Revised 3/16/2016

Clarifying instructions have been added to the Pockets section for the decrease rows:

Two pocket flaps are knitted one at a time, set aside, and then grafted onto the body. 

Double Decrease Row (2 sts decreased)

RS: If working a RS row on the Left Pocket: K3tog the first 3 sts; if working a RS row on the Right Pocket: SSSK the last 3 sts..

WS: If working a WS row on the Left Pocket: SSSP the last 3 sts; if working a WS row on the Right Pocket: P3tog the first 3 sts.

SIngle Decrease Row (1 st decreased)

RS: If working a RS row on the Left Pocket: K2tog the first 2 sts; If working a RS row on the Right Pocket, SSK the last 2 sts.

WS: If working a WS row on the Left Pocket, SSP the last 2 sts; If working a WS row on the Right Pocket, P2tog the first 2 sts.

 


RAINBOW CROCHET BLANKIE - 55689220

Gauge = 19sts and 20 rows = 4" in single crochet


RECTANGLE COVER SHAWL - 50473

RECTANGLE COVER SHAWL - 50473

Revised 8/4/06

Below chart:
Skp, should be sk2p, which is a 2 stitch decrease.

All even numbered rows:
Right border stitches: Wyif, Sl1 as if to purl, K7
Chart stitches: P129
Left border stitches: K8
Follow the chart for 48 rows.

Centered Eyelet: Please download this pdf for pictures of this technique.


REILLY PULLOVER 32203/75114D/51151D

Revised 1/7/2014

Special Stitches:
2/1 LPC: Slip next two sts to cable needle & hold to front; P1, K2 from cable needle.


REJUVENATING WAVES SPA SET - 55789

Face towel:
Row 1: With color A, FSC 103.

Soap Pouch
Updated, please download new version.

All 3 patterns: BLO should read BLP.


RETRO KITCHEN KNITS COLLECTION - 32378

Gingham Towel pattern - Please contact Customer Service @ (800) 574-1323 for the missing charts.

Revised 8/6/2014

Bread Warmer pattern: The Mosaic Chart has been updated, and instructions added for sewing the small heating pillow. Contact Customer Service for a new copy of the pattern. 


REVERSIBLE CABLE SCARF - 51231D

See updated version in your library for multiple changes. If you have questions, contact Customer Service at 1(800) 574-1323.


REVERSIBLE PIPS DISHCLOTH - 55549

Row 1 (RS): K3 sts, (P2, K1) repeat parenthesis across until the last 2 sts, K2.


RHIANNON - 52021D

 Chart Legend:

4 St Left Cable Seed
Sl 2 sts to CN, hold in front. p1, k1, then k2 from CN


RIBBED WATCH CAP - 51229D

 See updated version in your library for multiple changes. If you have questions, contact Customer Service at 1(800) 574-1323.


RIDE THE RAILS SCARF - 51974

 Revised 2/11/2016

Pattern repeat lines have been added between columns 3 and 4, and 27 and 28. The chart should be repeated between columns 4 and 27.


RIDGELINE TRAIL COWL - 51327D

Rounds 14-91: Work Decrease Pattern 6 times. (105 sts)


RIDGE WASHCLOTH - 55543

 Row 1 should read:

Row 1 (WS): K50 sts, PM, K53 sts


RING OF CABLES HAT - 50615

Revised 3/10/2009

Yarn:
Knit Picks Swish Worsted (100% Superwash Merino Wool ; 110 yards/50 gram ball):
Cable A: Aloe 23873, 2 balls.

 



Revised 2/18/2009

Cable Band Option A

Cable Band Option B

 


Revised 1/8/08 

6-st RC: sl 3 sts to cn and hold to back, k3, k3 from cn

6-st LC: sl 2 sts to cn and hold to front, k3, k3 from cn

 

Revised 2/10/2016

updated the legend so that the slip stitch definition reads "Slip stitch knitwise"

 


ROAD TRIP TOTES 50925/40210, 50926/40211, 50927/40212

Revised 4/18/2012

Finished height is 10" tall.

 

revised 6/9/2011

Chart is read from bottom to top; RS rows are read right to left and WS rows are read from left to right.

Increase Round: *K1, M1L, K to 1 st before next marker, M1R, K1, SM, K to next marker, SM; repeat from * around. 4 sts added.


ROCKLAND SWEATER - 52451D

Chart Legend

C2 Over 1 Right (2/1 RC)
Sl1 to CN, hold in back. K2, K1 from CN.

Symbols for 2/3 RC and 2/3 LC are reversed. 

 


ROE CARDIGAN - 51349D

Left Front measurement, right before Shape Armhole, should read:

Rep Rows 4 and 5 until left front measures 17 (17.75, 18.25, 18.25, 18.25, 18.25, 18.5)” from cast-on edge, ending with a WS row.


ROLL EDGE CARDIGAN - 50641

revised 5/11/09

Upper Body

Row 1: On RS k32 (36, 41, 44, 48) sts. Put next 8 (12,14,16,16) sts on holder. Place 56 (56, 58, 60, 72) sleeve sts on left needle. PM, K across sleeve, PM. K 72 (76,86,92,100) body sts; Place next 8 (12,14, 16, 16) sts on holder; Place 56 (56, 58, 60, 72) sts on left needle, PM, K across sleeve, PM; K 32 (36, 41, 44, 48) sts. [248, (260,284,300,340)sts]

revised 6/16/09

Continuing decreases and pattern as established, on RS row begin selvedge decrease. Repeat every other RS row 0 (0, 1, 0, 0) times.

Work 8 (8, 4, 0, 6) more rows, working raglan decreases on sleeves ONLY.

 


RONA LACE SHAWL - 50471

RONA LACE SHAWL - 50471

Revised 9/29/06

Round 38: *K5, KP in next yo, KB, P&K in next yo, k6. Repeat from * to end of round. (16) (note, the first yo into which the KP is worked is followed by KB - then work a P&K). If you do not reverse the order, from KP to P&K, the ribbed design will not come out right. Keep on doing so through the 46th round).
...
Round 43: S(1)RHN, * yo, k2tog, yo, (KB, p1) 6 times, KB, yo, SKP, yo, SK2P. Repeat from * to end of round. (20)
...
Round 46: *K1, KP, (KB, p1) 8 times, KB, P&K, K2. Repeat from * to end of round. (24)
...
Round 50: *(KB, p1) 10 times, KB, k5. Repeat from * to end of round. (26)
Round 5: *Yo, k1.


ROSETTE HEADBAND - 55671

 Cable Rows:
 Cable Row 8: Sl 1 Kwise, K3, P6, K1, P6, K4


ROUNDSTONE COAT - 13742D

 Revised 3/27/2017

In the Right Back Shoulder Shaping section, the next two sentences should read (changes in bold):
BO 5 (6, 6, 7, 7, 8, 8) sts at the beginning of the next (RS) row, then work one WS row even in pattern.
BO 6 (6, 7, 7, 7, 8, 8) sts at the beginning of the next row, then work one WS row even in pattern.

Pattern has also been updated so the entire schematic is showing.