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Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders

Moss Landing Hat
Page 13 - Lacy Diamonds Chart

Change to chart. The second stitch in row 13 should be a yarnover.


Hera Headband
Page 28 - Chart A

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Change to chart. Please see PDF.


Page 30 - Chart E

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Change to chart. Please see PDF.


Beaded Fingerless Mitts
Page 40 - Knitting the Edging

Round 4 (Picot Round): *K2tog, yo; repeat from * to end of round.


Spring Garden Shorties
Page 43 - Beginning the Lace Pattern

Work Setup Rounds 1 and 2 of 14-stitch Diamond Lace pattern once, then work Rounds 1-18 once.
Work Rounds 1 and 2 of 14-stitch Diamond Lace pattern once more.
Increase Round: Work Round 3 of pattern, but work M1 at the beginning of each repeat.
You now have 60 stitches.
Work Round 4 of pattern.
Work Rounds 5 and 6 of 15-stitch Diamond Lace pattern.


Floral Fingerless Gloves
Page 46 - Knitting the Hand

Next Round: Knit, decreasing 7 stitches evenly spaced. You now have 42 (48, 54) stitches.


Mitered Squares Gloves
Page 54 - Pattern Essentials

Basic Mitered Square/Square 1
Row 18:
Sk2p. Do not turn. You now have 1 stitch.


Eyelet and Feather Socks
Page 62 - Eyelet and Feather Chart

The chart and key symbols are correct. However, the last symbol abbreviation text should be changed to from s2kp to sk2p.


Sampler Socks
Page 69 - Pattern Essentials

Sock 1, Pattern 3
Rounds 3 and 5: *Yo,
K2tog; repeat from * to end of round.


Cable My Big Toes
Page 80 - Shaping the Toes

Repeat the Decrease Round every other round seven more times. You now have 34 stitches.


School at Play Scarf
Page 93 - School at Play Chart

The blank square in the key should read: knit on RS rows, purl on WS rows


Seattle Bloom Time Scarf
Page 105-106 - Charts A and B

Chart A: First stitch in Row 81 should be a knit stitch.
Chart B: Last stitch in Rows 7, 19, 31, 43, 55, 67, and 79 should be a
knit stitch.
The double decrease symbol used in Charts A and B should be changed to the symbol for s2kp, as indicated in the key.


Gambit Unisex Scarf
Page 108 - Knitting the Scarf

Using a provisional method (see page 280), cast on 39 stitches. Work charts as follows. Note that charts begin on a wrong-side row.
Work Rows 1–42 of Chart A.
Work Rows 1–42 of Chart B.
Work Rows 1–50 of Chart C.
Work Rows 1-42 of Chart A.
Work Rows 1–54 of Chart D.
Cut yarn, leaving 6”/15 cm tail.
Undo provisional cast on and place 39 stitches on needle with right side facing.
Work Rows 4–42 of Chart A.
Work Rows 1–42 of Chart B.
Work Rows 1–50 of Chart C.
Work Rows 1-42 of Chart A.
Work Rows 1–54 of Chart D.
Cut yarn, leaving 6”/15 cm tail.


Page 112 - Chart D

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Change to chart. Please see PDF.


The Celeste Shawl
Page 126 - Other Supplies

780 (50 g) size 6º seed beads


Page 129 - Chart A

The chart and key symbols are correct. However, the last symbol text should be changed to from slip 2 kwise, k1, p2sso to sk2p.


Swan Shawl
Page 139 - Swan Shawl Charts A and B

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Change to charts. Please see PDF.


Shibui Baby Hat and Socks
Page 163 - Knitting the Foot

Rounds 1-8: Knit. Redistribute the stitches so there are 9 stitches each on Needles 1 and 3 and 18 stitches on Needle 2.


Heritage Baby Sweater
Page 173 - Knitting the Left Section

Pattern Row 19 (RS): K1, work chart on 119 stitches, K1. Use another length of yarn . . .


Sassy in Stripes
Page 204 - Shaping the Body

Add rounds:
Round 3: Knit
Round 4: *Knit to marker, M1, slip marker, K1, slip marker, M1; repeat from * to end of round.
Repeat Rounds 3 and 4 five more times. You now have 104 stitches.


Beady Little Bags
Page 215 - Project Description

Here’s a great way to use up smaller bits of leftover sock yarn. One bag uses approximately 100 yards (91.5 meters) of yarn. Several yarns are used in the knitted samples.


Mobius Necklace and Earrings
Page 237 - Knitting the Necklace

Row 13: Repeat Row 5.
Row 14: K1, slip 4 stitches with yarn in back . . . *slip 8 stitches and cross 4 over 4 as in Row
6; repeat from * to last 5 stitches, slip 4 stitches and cross 2 over 2, K1.