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101 Designer One-Skein Wonders®

Dogwood Blossom Wrap

Page 37 – Dogwood Blossom Lace Chart
Click here for corrected table/chart PDF
Change to chart. Please see PDF.

Three-Season Lace Vest

Page 38 – Knitting the Back
Knitting the Lace PatternNote: Work the first and last (edge) stitches in stockinette stitch. Incorporate increased stitches into lace pattern.

Page 39 – Knitting the Left Front
Knitting the Lace PatternNote: Work the first and last (edge) stitches in stockinette stitch. Incorporate increased stitches into lace pattern.

Page 39 – Knitting the Right Front
Knitting the Lace PatternNote: Work the first and last (edge) stitches in stockinette stitch. Incorporate increased stitches into lace pattern.

Alpaca Warmers

Page 45 – Knitting the Index Finger
Knit 12 back stitches, place remaining 16 back stitches and first 23 palm stitches on string to hold.

Page 45 – Knitting the Ring Finger
Place remaining 23 stitches on two needles. . . Join and knit one round, decreasing one stitch.

Page 45 – Isolating the Thumb Gusset
Note: On Round 8, slip the first stitch from needle 2 to needle 1 to work the (slip 1, K2tog, psso).

Magic Loop Minis

Page 61 – Knitting the Mittens (make two)
Round 18: K1 and slide stitch onto cable. Slip 9 stitches to holder for thumb . . .

Page 62 – Knitting the Thumb
Starting with first stitch at bottom of hand, slide 9 held stitches onto needle points, 5 on front and 4 on back point . Attach yarn K2tog, knit to end of round. Knit 3 rounds.

Page 62 – Working the Sleeves
K1, Slide stitches onto cable.

Ostrich Plume Baby Bonnet

Page 65 – Ostrich Plume Lace Stitch Pattern
Rows 20, 24, 28, and 32: K2tog 3 times, *(yo, K1) 5 times, yo, ssk twice, slip 2 kwise, K1, p2sso, K2tog twice; repeat from * to last 11 stitches, (yo, K1) 5 times, yo, ssk 3 times.

Wave Jumper

Page 73 – Knitting the Skirt
Cast on 180 (198, 216) stitches loosely. Join into a round, being careful not to twist stitches. Work Wave pattern for 8 (10, 12)” (20 [25, 30] cm). Next Round for sizes 0-3 and 6-12: *K2tog; repeat from *. Next Round for sizes 3-6: K1, *K2tog; repeat from * to last stitch, K1.

Page 73 – Knitting the Front Yoke
K45 (50, 54) stitches and place remaining 45 (50, 54) stitches on holder.Shaping the NeckK10 (11,11) and place remaining 21 (23, 25) stitches on holder. Continue in stockinette stitch and decrease 1 stitch as neck edge every other row 4 times. You now have 6 (7, 7) stitches.

Page 74 – Working the Straps and Buttonholes
Place held 21 (23, 25) front stitches on needles. Join yarn; bind off 11 ( 12 , 14) stitches for neck edge. Repeat for other side, reversing shaping.

Page 74 – Knitting the Back Yoke
Place held 45 (50, 54) back stitches on needles and work as for front, eliminating buttonholes.

Blue-Wave Baby Sweater

Page 75 – Crocheting the Collar
Sew 22 stitches of right shoulder seam together, leaving left shoulder open. Work 1 row of single crochet along 22 left front shoulder stitches, 33 front neck stitches, 33 back neck stitches and 22 left back shoulder stitches. Work another row of single crochet along left back shoulder stitches, making 4 evenly spaced buttonholes…

Page 75 – Finishing
Sew tops of sleeves to armhole edges, matching center of sleeves to shoulder seams. Sew side and sleeve. . .

Catch-Me-If-You-Can Socks

Page 84 – Knitting the Toe
Holding two double-point needles together, wrap the yarn in a figure eight around the needles until there are 4 loops on each needle. Holding the tail down. . .

Lacy Beanie

Page 94 – Lace Stitch Pattern
Rows 1 and 3: Knit. Rows 2, 4, and 6: Purl. Row 5: K3, *yo, slip 1 as to knit, K2tog, psso, yo, K4; repeat from *, ending last repeat K3. Repeat Rows 1-6 for pattern.

Page 95 – Knitting the Lace Pattern
Work Rows 1-6 of Lace pattern. . .

Ring Bearer Pillow

Page 98 – Ring Bearer Pillow Chart
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Change to chart. Please see PDF.

Plaited Cable Men’s Belt

Page 99 – Plaited Cable Stitch Pattern
Row 3: Slip 1, P1, C6F, K3, P1, K1.

Scallop-Edge Beaded Necklace

Page 102 – Getting Started
Cast-on Row: (CO2, 1B) 20 times, CO2, 2B, CO2, 3B, CO2, 4B, CO2, 5B, CO2, 6B, CO2, 7B, CO2, 6B, CO2, 5B, CO2, 4B, CO2, 3B, CO2, 2B, (CO2, 1B) 20 times, CO2. Row 1: K42, 1B, K2, 2B, K2, 3B, K2, 4B, K2, 5B, K2, 6B, K2, 5B, K2, 4B, K2, 3B, K2, 2B, K2, 1B, K42, CO2.

Lace Spiral Scarf

Page 120-121 – Knitting the Scarf
On Rows 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14 omit the Slip 1 at the beginning of the row. Keep the Slip 1 on Row 16.

Knitted Notebook Cover

Page 130 – Getting Started
Next Row: Knit. This shows as a purl row on right side and creates a turning ridge. In last paragraph of section add:Work a turning ridge and then continue with stockinette stitch for 3.75″ (9.5 cm). Repeat rows 1-3. Bind off loosely.

New Directions Hat

Page 134 – Decreasing for the Crown
Note: Change to the double-point needles when the crown becomes too small to work comfortably on the circular needle.

Boy-O-Boy

Page 135 – Knitting the Back
Row 2: P3, *K1, P4; repeat from * to last 4 stitches, slip 1, K1, P3.

Page 136 – Knitting the Right Front
Row 2: K3, *K1, P4; repeat from * to last 4 stitches, slip 1, K1, P3.

Elegant-and-Easy Cable Mittens for the Family
Page 140 – Twisted Rip Stitch Pattern
Round 4: *Knit into 2nd stitch on left needle, knit into first stitch on left needle, slip both stitches from needle, P2; repeat from *.

Hugs-and-Kisses-with-Love Hand Warmers

Page 147 – Knitting the Cuff
Cast on 40 stitches. Place a marker after the 6th and after the 18th stitches for the right warmer and before the 22nd and before the 34th stitch for the left warmer. Work K2, P2 rib to first marker, work XOX Cable pattern over stitches between the markers, work K2, P2 rib to end of row. Repeat through Row 8 of XOX Cable pattern.

Page 147 – Knitting the Heart Motif and Thumb Gusset
Right Warmer: Row 21: Work as established to 4 stitches after cable marker, place marker for gusset, Kfb twice, place 2nd gusset marker, K7, P1, K8.

Hugs-and-Kisses with Love Headband

Page 150 – Heart Motif Stitch Pattern
Delete Heart Motif directions

Page 150 – Getting Started
Delete final paragraph and replace with: Repeat 16-row cable pattern sequence as established 7 times or to desired length and at the same time work heart motifs over last 17 stitches of even-numbered (wrong side) rows as follows:Row 6: K8, P1, K8.Row 8: K7, P3, K7.Row 10: K6, P5, K6.Row 12: K5, P7, K5.Row 14: K5, P3, K1, P3, K5.Row 16: K6, P1, K3, P1, K6.

Mini Messenger Bag

Page 152 – Knitting the Bag in the Round: Binding Off for Top Edge
Bind off 3 stitches for side of bag. Bind off next 30 stitches as follows: * Slip stitch on right needle to left needle and k3tog tbl, K26 stitches, K3tog. ; repeat from * 14 times.

Page 153 – Knitting the Bag Flat: Binding Off for Top Edge
Slip stitch on right needle to left and K3tog tbl. K26 stitches. Bind off 3 stitches. . .

Little Monster Bear

Page 157 – Knitting the Arms (make two)
Following the instructions on page 245, work 8 rows of 4-stitch I-cord.

Essentials Mini-Purse

Page 158 – Knitting the Purse Flap
Row 9: Yo, K2, P9, K3.

Crochet Ruffle Scarf

Page 161 – Gauge
12 stitches = 4” (10 cm)

Cabled Baglet

Page 169 – Abbreviations
C3B slip 1 stitch to cable needle and hold in back, K2, P1 from cable needle

Page 170 – Celtic Braid
Round 1: P3, C4B, (P4, C4B) twice, P3. Round 3: P2, C3B, (C4FP, C4BP) twice, C3F, P2. Round 5: P1, C3B, P3, C4F, P4, C4F , P3, C3F, P1.Round 9: P1, (K2, P3) twice, C4B, (P3, K2) twice, P1. Round 13: P1, C3F, P3, C4F, P4, C4F, P3, C3B, P1.

Poems Easy Headband

Page 177 – Gauge
14 stitches = 4″ (10 cm) in garter stitch

Eyelet Shruglet

Page 179 – Simple Eyelet Lace Stitch Pattern
Replace existing text with the following: Note: Add an extra K1 between the lace pattern and the 3-st garter borders on all RS rows.Row 1: *K2tog, yo, K2; repeat from * over all sets of 4 sts, then knit any remaining sts to the marker. Rows 2, 4, 6, and 8: PurlRows 3 and 7: Knit. Row 5: *K2, yo, ssk; repeat from * over all sets of 4 sts, then knit any remaining sts to the marker.Maintain pattern as established in the first 8-row repeat and work increased stitches into pattern when you have enough of them.

Page 180 – Setting Up for the Body
Set-Up Row 1: K3, (K10, pm, K1,) twice, K20, (pm, K11 ) twice, K3. Set-Up Rows 2 and 4 : K3, purl to last 3 stitches, K3. Set-Up Row 3: Knit to marker, *yo, slip marker, K1, yo, knit to next marker; repeat from *, to last marker, yo, slip marker, K1, yo, knit to end of row. Begin Eyelet PatternContinue in this manner, increasing before the markers and after the K1, and working Simple Eyelet Lace between increases, until piece measures about 6” (15 cm) and you have 230 stitches total.

Page 180 – Stitch Pattern
Mock Cable Eyelet (Worked in the Round)Rounds 2 and 4: * K2, P3; repeat from *.

Page 180 – Knitting the Collar
Repeat Rows 1 and 2 through Row 12, keeping 3 stitches on each end in garter stitch and working 1/1 rib between and at the same time on Row 7 make a buttonhole by working to last 4 stitches, ssk, yo, K2; on Row 12, increase 1 stitch. You now have 70 stitches.

April-in-Paris Beret

Page 187 – Needles
. . . set of four US 10 (6 mm) double-point needles or size you need to obtain correct gauge

Page 188 – Decreasing the Crown
Add new line after “Continue in this manner” directions: Change to double-point needles when necessary.

Saw-Tooth Companion Bowl

Page 193 – Knitting the Saw-Tooth Edging
Repeat Rows 2-7 sixteen more times. . .

Square Hole Hat and Wristlets

Page 203 – Crocheting the Hat
Round 4: Ch 5 (counts as 1 dc, ch 3) skip first dc, *dc in center of ch-3 space of previous row, dc in next dc, ch 3; repeat from * 15 times, dc in next ch-3 space, slip stitch in third ch of beginning ch 5 to join. Adding the PicotCh 3, *2 sc in ch-4 space of previous row, sc in top of next dc, ch 3, sliop stitch in same dc; repeat from *. Cut thread and draw through last loop. Weave in end.

Page 204 – Crocheting the Wristlets
Round 1: ch 5 (counts as 1 dc, 2 ch), *skip 1 ch below, dc into next ch, ch 2; repeat from * until you have 15 square holes. Slip stitch in third ch of beginning ch 5 to join. Round 2: ch 5 (counts as 1 dc, 2 ch) *dc into next dc, ch 2; repeat from *. Slip stitch into third ch of beginning ch 5 to join. Repeat Round 2 twelve more times.

Blanket Buddy

Page 208 – Knitting the Ears
5th and 6th lines: P18. Bind off 18. Work P1, slip 1, to end of row.

Infant’s Rolled Neck Pullover

Page 212 – Knitting the Sleeves (make two)
Continue in garter stitch and increase 1 stitch at each end of every 4th row seven times. You now have 32 stitches. Continue even until sleeve measures 7″ (18 cm). Bind off all stitches.

Fuchsia Felted Bowl

Page 218 – Knitting the Rim
– Using circular needles, cast on 108 stitches.- K1, *bind off 4, K1; repeat from * to last 5stitches, bind off 4. You now have 36 stitches.

Glossary

Page 245 – Kitchener stitch
1. Place the two sets of live stitches to be bound off on separate needles. Hold the needles parallel in your left hand with wrong sides of the knitted fabric touching.

2-at-a-Time Socks

The following revisions should be applied to all patterns:

Page – Knitting the Legs
The Note should read: “End ready to begin sock A heel . . .”

Page – Turning the Heels
The Note should read: “Turn the heel on each sock separately, working in rows and beginning with sock A.“And in the last 2 lines of that section: ” Sock A heel now has. . .””Follow directions above to turn sock B heel.

2-at-a-time Technique

Page 15 – Dividing and Joining Sock A
Step 5. . . with your working yarn by knitting into the first cast-on stitch.

Page 16 – Dividing and Joining Sock A
Step 7. . . Now, work the remaining 16 stitches of sock A in K1, P1 rib.

Page 19 – Working the Heel Flaps
Caption of 2nd photograph should read: “completing row 2 of heel flap A”

Page 20 – Working the Heel Flaps
Caption of 1st photograph should read: “purl row of heel flap B” Step 17. . . End having just worked a right-side row of heel flap B. Sock B will be a row shorter than sock A, but that’s okay.

Page 21 – Turning the Heels
Sock photos should be of Sock A and therefore blue 1st paragraph: “For the 2-at-a-time method, you work each heel turn separately, beginning with heel flap A.” Step 18. . . On heel flap A, K10, ssk, K1, turn.

Page 22 – Turning the Heels
First sock photo should be of Sock A and therefore blue. Its caption should read: “completing sock A heel turn” Caption of 2nd photograph should read: “completing sock B heel turn” Step 22. . . you have 10 stitches for the heel flap of sock A. Step 23. . . Move to sock B, slip stitch. . .follow short-row heel-turn direction for sock A. You’ll end having just worked a wrong-side row.

Page 24 – Picking Up Gusset Stitches
Caption of 3rd photograph should read: “picking up gusset stitches of sock A” Step 29. . . Pick up and knit one stitch between the sock B instep and heel flap. . .Work across the heel stitches of sock B and down the left heel flap. (Adjust needles so that the cable loop separates the instep stitches of sock B from the newly picked up gusset stitches.)

Page 25 – Working the Gusset Decreases
Caption of photograph should read: “decrease round completed, next round begun”

Page 27 – Shaping the Toe
Step 36. . .On sock B, K1, ssk, knit to the last three stitches of sock B, K2tog, K1.Step 39. . . Work three more decrease rounds, with no even rows between

Berry Season

Page 34 – Working the Heel Flaps
Next Rows: Repeat Rows 1 and 2 Medium 11 more times Women’s Large/Men’s Medium 13 more times Men’s Medium 14 more times

Page 35 – Turning the Heels
Sock A heel now has . . . Women’s M 14 sts Women’s L/Men’s S 16 sts Men’s M 18 sts

Be Mine

Page 49 – Be Mine Cable Pattern
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Change to chart. Please see PDF.

Belle Époque

Page 58 – Knitting the Legs
Next Round * Work in K1, P1 rib ending with K1 for Women’s Small 7 sts Women’s Medium 9 stitches Women’s Large 11 sts. Work Bell Époque Cable Pattern (see page 61) across 18 stitches. Work in K1, P1 rib ending with K1 across remaining Women’s Small 7 sts Women’s Medium 9 stitches Women’s Large 11 sts. Repeat from *.

Page 60 – Working the Gusset Decreases
Stitch total of size Small should be 64 sts

Frolic

Page 64 – Working the Heel Flaps
Next Rows: Repeat Rows 1 and 2 Small 7 more times, Medium 9 more times, Large 10 more times

Page 67 – Frolic Cable Pattern Chart
The dark line that represents the size small chart was misplaced and should be between stitches 3/4 and 19/20.

Coquette

Page 68 – Pattern Stitches
Coquette Stitch Pattern Rounds 1 and 3: *P3, yo, K3tog, yo; repeat from * around both socks. Rounds 2 and 4: *P3, K3; repeat from * around both socks.

Page 70 – Working the Heel Flap
Move Note to after Row 1Row 1: *Slip 1 stitch with yarn in back, K1; repeat from * to end of row, ending with K2tog for size Medium.

Page 71 – Turning the Heels
Next Rows: Repeat Rows 3 and 4 until all stitches have been worked. Depending upon your size, there may not be enough stitches to work the K1 or P1 after the decrease on the last 2 rows. Sock B heel now has Women’s Small 18 sts Women’s Medium 18 sts Women’s Large 20 sts

Page 72 – Working the Gusset Decreases
Next Rounds: Repeat Rounds 1 and 2 until each sock contains Women’s Small 60 sts Women’s Medium 67 sts Women’s Large 72 sts. For size Medium only: Decrease 1 more heel stitch on next round so there are 33 heel stitches and 66 stitches total.

Socks for Aidan

Page 77 – Working the Heel Flaps
Next Rows: Repeat Rows 1 and 2 Small 8 more times, Medium 11 more times, Large 14 more times.

Page 79 – Socks for Aidan Color Chart
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Change to chart. Please see PDF.

Twilight

Page 82 – Working the Heel Flaps
Next Rows: Repeat Rows 1 and 2 Women’s Medium 15 more times, Women’s Large/Men’s Small 17 more times, Men’s Medium 18 more times.

Page 83 – Turning the Heels
Sock B heel now has M 18 sts L/S 20 sts M 22 sts

Page 84 – Working the Gusset Decreases
Stitch total of size Medium should be 64 sts

Page 85 – Twilight Stitch Pattern
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Change to chart. Please see PDF.

Sugar Maple

Page 88 – Working the Heel Flaps
Next Rows: Repeat Rows 1 and 2 Small 16 more times, Medium 17 more times, Large 18 more times

Page 89 – Turning the Heels
Sock A heel now has S 19 sts M 20 sts L 22 sts

Athena

Page 103 – Athena Cable Pattern
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Change to chart. Please see PDF.

Emily’s Socks

Page 106 – Knitting the Legs
For Ribbing Top (photo, page 105) For Picot Edging Top (cover photo)

Page 106 – Working the Heel Flaps
Next Rows: Repeat Rows 1 and 2 Small 8 more times, Medium 11 more times, Large 14 more times.

Sailor’s Delight

Page 110 – Finished Foot Circumference
L 10” (25.5 cm)

Page 112 – Knitting the Legs
Set Up For each sock, cast on S 60 sts M 72 sts L 84 sts

Page 112 – Working the Heel Flaps
Note Work the heel flaps for both socks in rows at the same time on S 30 sts M 36 sts L 42 sts. Next Rows: Repeat Rows 1 and 2 Small 14 more times, Medium 17 more times, Large 20 more times

Page 112 – Turning the Heels
Row 1 Knit S 17 sts M 20 sts L 23 sts

Page 113 – Picking Up Stitches for Gussets
Pick-Up Round (along the sides of both sock A and B heels) . . . pick up and knit S 16 sts M 18 sts L 21 sts

Page 113 – Turning the Heels
Sock A heel now has S 17 sts M 20 sts L 22 sts

Pitter Patter

Page 118 – Working the Heel Flaps
Next Rows: Repeat Rows 1 and 2 Small 6 more times Medium 7 more times Large 9 more times

The Classic Sock

Page 123 – Working the Heel Flaps
Next Rows: Repeat Rows 1 and 2 Women’s Large/Men’s Small 19 more times, Men’s Medium 21 more times, Men’s Large 23 more times.

Ragg Hiker

Page 129 – Turning the Heel
Sock B heel now has M 16 sts L/S 16 sts M 18 sts

Around the Corner Crochet Borders

Tapestry-Needle Join

Page 15 – Tapestry-Needle Join
Step 1. … Insert the needle from back to front under both loops at the top of the first stitch of the round and pull the yarn through.

Border #17

Page 58 –
Rnd 1: Ch 3 (counts as Partial tr), skip 2 sts, Partial tr in next st, yarn over and pull through 2 loops on hook . . .

Border #59

Page 130 –
Rnd 1: Ch 5 (counts as dc and ch-2), *[skip 2 sts, dc in next 3 sts, ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in next st, ch 2] to 1 st before corner st . . .

Border #73

Page 156 –
Rnd 2: Ch 1, sc in space formed by joining hdc; *[ch 2, skip 4 ch-spaces, (tr, ch 1) 4 times in next ch-space, tr in same ch-space…

Rnd 3: Ch 1, *4 sc in next ch-2 space, [(sc, ch 3, sc) in next 4 ch-1 spaces…

 

 

Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs

Motif #46

Page 84 –
Rnd 4: Ch 3 (counts as dc), *[2 dc, tr, (Picot-3) three times, slip st to first ch of first picot, tr, 2 dc], in next ch-5 space, dc in next dc . . .

Motif #67

Page 107 –
Change to Chart: Special Stitch KeyWhen chain symbol is bold, work stitch into chain rather than under chain.

Motif #111

Page 155 –
Rnd 2: Beginning Popcorn in first Popcorn, ch 1, *(Popcorn, ch 4, Popcorn, ch 1) in ch-3 space, Popcorn in next Popcorn . . .

Motif #117

Page 163 –
Rnd 7: Join yarn in any corner cluster, ch 3 (counts as dc), 4 dc in same stitch, Spike dc in row below next 11 stitches, *5 dc in next cluster, Spike dc in row below next 11 stitches; repeat from * around, join to top of ch-3. Fasten off.

Cable Left, Cable Right

Fillers, Ribbings, and Allover Patterns

Page 134 – Tight Lattice Stitch

 

Page 135 – Woven-Basket Lattice Stitch

This stitch combines elements…with a few purls added for spacing. Although it’s worked with a multiple of 6 stitches plus 2, you need to start with at least 12 stitches plus 2.

The corresponding chart label, “Worked on 6 + 8 stitches,” is inaccurate and should be removed.

Cast On, Bind Off

Interlock Bind Off

Page 205 – Working the Bind Off in K1, P1 Rib
1: Insert the tapestry needle knitwise through the first stitch and let it drop from the left-hand needle. Insert the tapestry needle knitwise through the next stitch; leave this one on the needle.

Page 207 – Working the Bind Off in K1, P1 Rib
9: Repeat steps 1-8 until all stitches are bound off, binding off last two stitches together. If working in the round, end with steps 1-4, letting both stitches drop from the needle in step 1. Then take the tapestry needle through the very first loop you made, from front to back. Snug gently, then weave in the tail.

Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs

Motif 23

Page 82 –
Rnd 2: Ch 7 (counts as dc and ch 4), *tr3tog over next 3 dc, ch 4**, dc in next dc, ch 4; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, join with slip st to 3rd ch of ch-7.

Motif 70

Page – Chart
Click here for corrected table/chart PDF
Change to chart. Please see PDF.

Page 165 –
Rnd 1: Ch 5 (counts as hdc and ch-3) . . . rep from * six more times, join with slip st to 3rd ch of ch-6. Fasten off.

Motif 90

Page 202 –
Rnd 5: Standing BPslip st around 8th tr of any corner shell, *(ch 3, make valley cluster, ch 3, BPslip st around next tr) two times, ch 3, make corner cluster, ch 3**, BPslip st around next tr; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, slip st in first st.

Connect

Page 204 –
Motif 90

Crochet One-Skein Wonders®

Rainbow Doll Ensemble

Page 80 – Crocheting the Sweater
Row 7: Ch 4 (counts as dc, ch 1 here and throughout) . . . You now have 14 stitches on each front and 29 dc each on sleeves and back.

Eliot-the-Elephant Baby Bib

Page 104 – Crocheting the Left Tie
Row 4: Ch 1, 2 FLsc in first st, FLsc in each sc across to last 2 sts, (FLsc2tog) twice, turn.

Peacock Hat

Page 175 – Crocheting the Hat
Rnd 18: Ch 1, sc in same st, (ch 2, V st in next sc, ch 2, sc in center dc of next fan, ch 2) eight times, V-st in next sc, ch 2, join with slip st in first sc. You now have 72 sts.

Openwork Baby Cap

Page 195 – Crocheting the Cap
Rnd 16 (Decrease Rnd):… Fasten off, leaving a 6″/15 cm tail. Thread tail through top of remaining sts and pull tight to close.

Page 195 – Crocheting the Border:
With right side facing and working along opposite side of foundation chain, join yarn with sc in first st, *skip 1 st, 5 dc in next st, skip 1 st, sc in next st; repeat from * around, omitting last sc, join with slip st to first sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Sweet Kitty

Page 212 – Crocheting the Head
Rnd 18: Sc in next 2 sc, (sc2tog, sc in next 4 sc) five times, sc2tog, sc in next 2 sc. You now have 30 sts.

Page 213 – Crocheting the Body
Rnd 16: (Sc2tog, sc in next 4 sc) three times, sc2tog in next 2 sts, sc in next 22 sc. You now have 38 sts.

Sam the Big-Bottomed Bunny

Page 216 – Crocheting the Head
Rnd 4: (Sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around. You now have 24 sts.Rnd 15: Sc2tog around. You now have 9 sts.

Page 216 – Crocheting the Body
Rnd 5: (Sc in next 3 sts, 2 sc in next st) around. You now have 30 sts.Rnd 21: Sc2tog around. You now have 9 sc.

Niles the Crocodile

Page 222 – Crocheting the Nostrils (make 2)
Ch 4, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next ch, (sc, slip st) in last ch. Fasten off, leaving a length for sewing.

Crochet One-Skein Wonders® for Babies

Handsome Boy’s Vest

Page 96 – The Armhole Shaping

The second bullet should read, “Continue in pattern until piece measures 1-1/2”/4 cm from beginning of armhole shaping, ending with a WS row. Do not fasten off.

Put-and-Take Purse

Page 233 – Pattern, Rnds 1-5
Change to pattern. There should be an “adjustable center ring” symbol in the middle (see page 279).

Fabric-by-Fabric One-Yard Wonders

Smart Girl’s Set

Page 119 – Materials
For the Wristlet:1 spring hook1 large jump ring 12″ zipper

Kitchen Gift Set

Page 152 – 1. Measure, Mark, and Cut
Cut from insulating batting:Main mitt 8″ x 36″ (cut 1)

Felt It!

Flower Petal Scarf

Page 111 – Finished Measurements
39” (97.5 cm) long and 7.5” (19.1 cm) wide

Hooked on Crochet

Chic Hippie Skirt

Page 116 – Materials
Hook: For Yoke and Shell Stitch Skirt, size G/6 (for mm), or size needed to obtain gauge; for yoke edging, size F/5 (3.75 mm)

Inventive Weaving on a Little Loom

Designing Weft-Wise Stripes

Page 127 – Caption: Winding a multicolor yarn
Beneath the illustration of the three shuttles is an arrow instructing to weave to the left. The arrow should be pointing to the right.

Knit Christmas Stockings, 2nd Edition

Star Brocade

Page 84 – Chart Key
The key symbols are reversed; the dash represents a purl, and the beige square represents a knit.

Page 85 – Star Charts
The titles for the Star 2 chart and Star 3 chart are mixed up; the upper chart should be titled Star 3, the lower chart is Star 2.

Winter Wonderland

Page 22 – Yarn
• CC D Pacific (2433), 1 skein

Knit One, Bead Too

Beady-Eyed Cable Socks

Page 85 – Beginning Beaded Cable Pattern
Rounds 1-62: Work Beaded Cable pattern for 5 full repeats. Repeat Round 1 once more.

Beads-Go-Sporty Pullover

Page 93 – Assembling the Sweater
Change to sweater diagram. The measurements for the cuff should read: 4.5″ (11.5 cm)

Knit One, Felt Too

The Felting Process from Start to Finish

Page 009 – The Felting Process from Start to Finish
6. . . To minimize the risk of further shrinkage, use rinse water that is the same temperature as the wash water.

Lunch Bag Carryall

Page 033 – Other Supplies
2.5 yds (2.3m) 100% rayon, woven edge, washable seam binding, 9/16″ (1.5cm) wide in a matching color; matching sewing thread and needle

Page 036 – Making the Invisible Seam
Thread a yarn needle with 1 1/4 yds (1.14m) of seam binding, and draw the seam binding through the length of the handle.

Secret Treasures

Page 049 – Treasure Bag Chart
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A Classic Cloche

Page 053 – Yarn
Adult Large: 176 yds (161m)

Bunny Hoppers

Page 091 – Yarn
120 yds (108m) Creme Frost (M10) or Deep Charcoal (M06)

Striped Slipper Socks

Page 114 – Knitting the Foot
Set Up: Redistribute the stitches evenly among the three needles. Work even in the established stripe pattern until the measurement from the back of the heel is 11″ (28cm) 13 1/2″ (34.5cm)

Knit Scarves!

Simply Knit

Page 17 – Living on the Edge
Lace Stitch **See page 93 for pattern.

Cable Car

Page 36 – Yarn
Lush by Classic Elite, 50% angora/50%wool, 1.76 oz (50g)/123 yd (112m) balls 4 skeins #4416 (off white)

Page 38 – Braided Cable (14 stitches)
Row 5: *Slip 4 stitches onto the cable needle. Holding the cable needle at front of work, knit 2 from the left needle. Slip the 2 purl stitches from the cable needle to the left needle and purl these 2 stitches. Knit 2 from the cable needle. *Purl the next 2 stitches. Repeat from * to * once more. Purl 2.

Mohair and Lace

Page 52 – Pattern Stitches
Border Stitch (multiple of 8 stitches, plus 1)

Page 53 – Knitting the Border
Set up: Cast on 25 stitches.

Mohair Diamonds

Page 87 – Heads & Tails
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“Horseshoe” lace stitch pattern (from page 17)

Page 93 – “Horseshoe” Lace Stitch Pattern
Row 1: (Wrong side) Purl to end of row. Row 2: K1, *yo, K3, slip 1, K2tog, psso, K3, yo, K1; repeat from * to end of row. Row 3: Purl to end of row. Row 4: P1, *K1, yo, K2, slip 1, K2tog, psso, K2, yo, K1, P1; repeat from * to end of row. Row 5: K1, *P9, K1; repeat from * to end of row. Row 6: P1, *K2, yo, K1, slip 1, K2tog, psso, K1, yo, K2, P1; repeat from * to end of row. Row 7: Follow directions in Row 5. Row 8: P1, *K3, yo, slip 1, K2tog, psso, yo, K3, P1; repeat from * to end of row.Repeat these 8 rows for pattern.

Knit Socks!

Off the Cuff

Little Guys

Page 68 – Working Gusset Decreases
Round 1: Single strand only: Needle 1: K1, *P2, K2; repeat from * to last st, P1.Needle 2: P1, *K2, P2; repeat from * to last st, K1. Double strand only: Needle 1: P1, *K2, P2; repeat from * to last st, P1. Needle 2: P1, *K2, P2; repeat from * to last st, P1. Both double and single strand: Needle 3: K1, ssk, K to end of needle. Needle 4: Knit to last 3 sts, K2tog, K1.

Page 082 – Making the Trimmed Cuff and Leg
Next Rounds: K1, P1 (ribbing) to the end of each round until measurement from cuff fold is 1 3/4” (4.5cm). This will be about 20 rounds. Work even in Stockinette Stitch (knit all sts every round) for 2” (5cm). The total measurement from the cuff fold will be about 3 3/4” (9.5cm).

Relax and Breathe

Page 112 – Size
Option: For a smaller sock (Women’s S-M), work the sock on a US #1.5 (2.5 mm) or US #2 (2.75 mm) needle, or the size needed to obtain gauge of 24 sts = 4″ (10 cm).

Peaks ‘N’ Valleys

Page 137 – Making the Heel Flap
Delete: Next Row: Repeat Row 1.

Knit Your Socks on Straight

Your First Socks

Page 19 – Cuff
Rows 16-28: Slipping the first stitch of every row, work 13 more rows in stockinette stitch.

Page 21 – Star Toe
Setup Row (RS): Slip 1, k6 (7, 8), k2tog, place marker, *k7 (8, 9), k2tog, place marker, repeat from * to end – 32 (36, 40) stitches.

Green Leaves of Summer

Page 30 – Heel Flap
Row 1 (RS): Slip 1, k1, transfer these 2 stitches to waste yarn . . . transfer remaining 22 (26, 30, 34, 38) stitches to waste yarn . . .

Page 32 – Gusset
Row 1 (RS) Knit to the end of the heel . . . k22 (26, 30, 34, 38) stitches from holder.

Flip-Flops in February

Page 37 – Toe Setup
Division Row (RS): Slip 1, k43 (47), then transfer the last 28 (32) stitches to waste yarn or a stitch holder for the Big Toe Section.

Page 38 – Toe Setup
Division Row (RS): Slip 1, k27 (31), then transfer the last 44 (48) stitches to waste yarn or a stitch holder for the Main Toe Section; turn, slip 1, purl to end.

Lullaby

Page 42 – Heel Turn
Repeat Rows 3 and 4 once more – 12 stitches.

Page 42 – Gusset
Row 2: Slip 1, purl to end of heel . . . place marker; p9 stitches from holder – 48 stitches. Row 3: Slip 1, knit to marker . . . knit to end – 46 stitches. Repeat [Rows 3 and 4] 5 times – 36 stitches.

Wrapped in Hugs

Page 46 – Gusset
Row 1 (RS): Knit to end of heel . . . work 30 (34, 38) stitches from holder, maintaining established pattern.Repeat [Rows 3 and 4] 9 (10, 11) times – 64 (72, 80) stitches. Remove gusset markers.

Page 47 – Heel Flap
Row 1 (RS): Slip 1, work in established pattern across 29 (33, 37), transfer these . . .

Page 47 – Gusset
Row 1 (RS): Knit to end of heel; pick up and k16 (18, 20) stitches along the side of the flap, place marker; k2 from holder. Row 2: Slip 1, purl to end of heel . . . work 30 (34, 38) stitches from holder, maintaining established pattern – 84 (94, 104) stitches.

Carpentry Squares

Page 56 – Round Toe
Row 1 (RS): Slip 1, k5, k2tog, place marker, *k6, k2tog; repeat from * to end – 63 (70) stitches.

Maple Seed Whirlies

Page 64 – Wedge Toe
Row 5: Slip 1, k4, p2, k15, k2tog, k2, ssk, k24, k2tog, k2, ssk, k2 – 56 stitches.

Moccasocks

Page 66 – Cuff Flap
Work 11 rows in Moss Stitch.Turning Row (RS): Knit across decreasing (p2tog) 3 stitches evenly across – 52 (56, 60) stitches.

Page 66 – Cuff
Setup Rib (RS): Slip 1, *k1, p1; repeat from * to end.

Page 68 – Leg
Continuing in stockinette stitch, repeat Decrease Row every other RS row (every 4th row) 7 times – 36 (40, 44) stitches.

Living’ in Blue Jeans

Page 74 – Heel Flap
Work even in reverse stockinette stitch with MC for 18 (20, 22) more rows, ending with a WS row – do not count the inserted CC row.

Page 78 – Cuff
Row 3: P46 (50, 54), [p1, k1] in next stitch . . .Row 5: P47 (51, 55) [p1, k1], in next stitch . . .Row 7: P48 (52, 56) [p1, k1], in next stitch . . .Row 11: K48 (52, 56), CDD, knit to end.Row 13: K47 (51, 55), CDD, knit to end.

Fireside

Page 81 – Heel Flap
Row 1 (RS): Slip 1, k2 (1, 2), transfer these 3 (2, 3) stitches to waste yarn or a small stitch holder; [slip 1, k1] 13 (15, 15) times, turn; transfer remaining 27 (28, 31) stitches to waste yarn or another small stitch holder – 26 (30, 30) flap stitches.Repeat [Rows 1 and 2] 13 (14,15) times – 26 (30, 32) flap rows.

Page 82 – Heel Turn
Row 1 (RS): Slip 1, k14 (16, 16), ssk, k1, turn, leaving 8 (10, 10) stitches unworked.Row 2 (WS): Slip 1, p5 (5, 5), p2tog, p1, turn, leaving 8 (10, 10) stitches unworked.

Page 82 – Gusset
Row 1 (RS): With MC, knit to end of heel . . . k27 (28, 31) stitches from holder (Row 1 of stitch pattern).Row 2: Slip 1, purl to end of heel . . . (Row 2 of stitch pattern) – 74 (80, 86) stitches.Row 3: Slip 1, continue established Waffle Stitch pattern to marker . . . Waffle Stitch pattern to end – 72 (78, 84) stitches.Repeat [Rows 3 and 4] 8 (9, 10) times – 56 (60, 64) stitches. Remove markers.

Page 83 – Heel Flap
Row 1 (RS): Slip 1, k26 (27, 30), then transfer these stitches . . .

Page 83 – Gusset
Row 2: Slip 1, purl to end of heel . . . place maker; p27 (28, 31) stitches from holder (Row 2 of stitch patterns) – 74 (78, 84) stitches.

Cirque du Sole

Page 86 – Leg
Row 1 (RS): Change to MC, slip 1, p2, *k1, p1, k1, p2, repeat from * to end.

Page 86 – Heel Flap
Row 1 (RS): Slip 1, works 8 (10, 13) stitches in pattern . . . transfer remaining 9 (11, 14) stitches to waste yarn or another stitch holder – 16 (22, 26) flap stitches.

Page 87 – Gusset
Row 1 (RS): Knit to the end of the heel . . . work 9 (11, 14) stitches from holder in established pattern, placing marker after first stitch.

Page 88 – Gusset
Row 2 (RS): With MC, slip 1, work 8 (10, 13) in stitch pattern . . . work 9 (11, 14) stitches in established pattern, placing marker after first stitch – 44 (58, 70) stitches.Row 3: With MC, slip 1 . . . work in pattern to end – 42 (56, 68) stitches. Repeat [Rows 3 and 4] 5 (6, 8) times – 33 (44, 52) stitches.

Vroom-Vroom

Page 93 – Heel Turn
Row 1 (RS): Continuing with MC, slip 1, k10 (12, 12), ssk, k1, turn, leaving 6 (6, 8) stitches unworked.Row 2 (WS): Slip 1, p3 (5, 3), p2tog, p1, turn, leaving 6 (6, 8) stitches unworked.Repeat Rows 3 and 4 until all heel stitches have been worked, ending with a WS row – 12 (14, 14) heel stitches remain. Note: The last two decrease rows for size M do not have a k1 or p1 at the end before the turn.

Page 94 – Gusset
Row 2: Maintaining color pattern, slip 1, purl to the end of the heel, then pick up and purl 9 (10, 10) stitches along the side of the flap, place marker; p2 from holder – 50 (56, 58) stitches.Row 3: Maintaining the color pattern, slip 1, knit to marker, ssk, knit to 2 stitches before the next marker, k2tog, knit to end – 48 (54, 56) stitches.

Page 94 – Star Toe
Setup Row (RS): Continuing only with MC, slip 1, k7 (8, 9), k2tog . . .

Page 95 – Gusset
Row 2: Slip 1, purl to end of heel, then pick up and purl 9 (10, 10) stitches along the side of the flap, place marker; p18 (20, 22) from holder, maintaining the established Chart 1 color pattern – 50 (56, 58) stitches.

Garden Trellis Argyle

Page 124 – Heel Flap
Row 1 (RS): Slip 1, k1, transfer these 2 stitches to waste yarn or a small stitch holder; with A, *k1, [p1 B, k1 A] 15 (18, 20) times, turn; transfer remaining 30 (34, 38) stitches . . .

Page 125 – Gusset
Row 2: Slip 1, work in pattern to marker . . . work 2 stitches from holder – 82 (94, 104) stitches.

Page 126 – Heel Flap
Row 1 (RS): Slip 1, work 29 (33, 37) stitches . . .

Page 126 – Gusset
Row 2: Slip 1, work in pattern to marker . . . work in established pattern across 30 (34, 38) stitches on holder – 82 (94, 104) stitches.

Touch Me Not

Page 129 – Left Leaf Lace Panel
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Knit the Sky

Hexagon Shape

Page 153 – Coaster Variation

If you are making coasters instead of a purse, cast on 66 stitches, place markers between the 11th and 12th stitches, and repeat rounds 3-5 four times in all. Block when complete.

Knitting Loves Crochet

Ice-Blue Openwork Scarf

Page 49 – Crocheting the Motifs
With crochet hook, work Crochet Motif Pattern Stitch, using MC for Starter Round and Rounds 1 and 2, and CC for Round 3. Make a total of 16 Motifs.

Flower Garden Felted Bag

Page 61 – Yarn
MC = 2 skeins #9420 (dark teal).

Simple Cardigan Touched with Crochet

Page 88 – Sleeve
Delete Row 2 and Rows 3-8 and replace with: Rows 2-8 Work as for Row 1 for ribbing. Next Rows: Repeat Rows 9-12 12 times 13 times 14 times.

Page 92 – Knitting the Cardigan
Right FrontRow 2: K1, increase 1, knit to end of row. You now have 24 sts 25 sts 26sts.

Page 93 – Knitting the Cardigan
Right FrontNext Rows: You now have 41 sts 43 sts 45 sts. Armhole Shaping: Row 1 (Wrong Side): You now have 36 sts 38 sts 40 sts. Neck Shaping: Row 1 (Right Side): You now have 32 sts 34 sts 36 sts. Row 3: You now have 30 sts 32 sts 34 sts.

Page 94 – Knitting the Cardigan
Left Front: Next Rows: You now have 41 sts 43 sts 45 sts.

Page 95 – Knitting the Cardigan
Armhole Shaping: Row 1 (Wrong Side): You now have 36 sts 38 sts 40 sts. Neck Shaping: Row 1 (Right Side): You now have 32 sts 34 sts 36 sts. Row 3: You now have 30 sts 32 sts 34 sts.

Dressed-Up Tank Top

Page 117 – Knitting the Tank Top
Shape the UnderarmsNext 2 Rows Bind off S/M 6 sts M/L 8 sts in Knit Pattern Stitch at beginning of each row, work rest of row in Knit Pattern Stitch.You now have S/M 81 sts M/L 94 sts.

Elegant Placemats and Napkin Rings

Page 163 – Crocheting the Edging
When you reach starting point, join with a slip stitch to first sc. Ch 5, turn (ch-5 counts as 1 dc and ch-2 in Round 1). Round 2 Work *(1 sc, 1 Bobble Pattern Stitch, 1 sc) in next chain-space, ch 4, skip 1 chain-space; rep from * around placemat. End with slip stitch to first sc. Change to a single strand of CA. Delete Round 3. Round 4 becomes Round 3.

Kristin Knits

Be Happy, Be Colorful Socks

Page 76 – Knitting the Heel (Cont’d)
Row 8: Slip the first stitch as if to purl with yarn in back, K11, slip 1 stitch as if to knit with the yarn in back, K1, pass slipped stitch over, K1, turn.

Wild and Woolly Socks

Page 81 – Knitting the Heel (Cont’d)
For Man’s medium only:Row 8: Row 8: Slip the first stitch as if to purl with yarn in back, K11, slip 1 stitch as if to knit with the yarn in back, K1, pass slipped stitch over, K1, turn.

Atlantic and Pacific Socks

Page 87 – Knitting the Heel (Cont’d)
For Man’s medium only:Row 8: Slip the first stitch as if to purl with yarn in back, K11, slip 1 stitch as if to knit with the yarn in back, K1, pass slipped stitch over, K1, turn.

Autumn Leaves Socks

Page 93 – Knitting the Heel (Cont’d)
For Man’s medium only:Row 8: Slip the first stitch as if to purl with yarn in back, K11, slip 1 stitch as if to knit with the yarn in back, K1, pass slipped stitch over, K1, turn.

Persian Carpet Socks

Page 96 – Gauge
20 stitches and 24 rounds = 4″ (10 cm) solid color Stockinette Stitch worked in the round using smaller needles.

Page 98 – Knitting the Leg
Next 3 Rounds: Change to smaller needles and CA and work 1 Reverse Stockinette Ridge, increasing in first round 3 sts 2 sts 1 st

Page 98-99 – Knitting the Heel
Set Up: Change to CD and the smaller needles. Knit onto a single needle for heel the first 18 sts 20 sts 22 stsFor Man’s medium only:Row 8: Slip the first stitch as if to purl with yarn in back, K11 , slip 1 stitch as if to knit with the yarn in back, K1, pass slipped stitch over, K1, turn.

Embroidered Fair Isle Cardigan

Page 177 – Knitting the Body
Add: Rounds 87-89: Change to CE and work 1 Reverse Stockinette Ridge, working 3 steek stitches at each end of round in Stockinette.

Page 178 – Knitting the Body
Round 87 becomes Round 90. Rounds 88 and 89 become Rounds 91 and 92. Round 90 becomes Round 93.

Page 182 – Knitting the Sleeves
Medium, Large, and Extra-large – Replace existing text with: Work 1 edge stitch, work stitch 2 to stitch 10 of pattern repeat once, work entire 10-stitch pattern repeat 3 times, work stitch 1 to stitch 9 of pattern repeat once, work 1 edge stitch.

Lace One-Skein Wonders®

Coral Reef Hat

Page 87 – Crown and Coral Reef Lace Charts
The labels for the two charts have been reversed: The 5-stitch chart should be Coral Reef Lace and the 4-stitch chart should be Crown.

Beaded Lace Scarf

Page 136 – Beaded Lace Chart
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Mezzaluna Scarf

Page 136 – Pattern Essentials
Eyelet Lace (stitch count varies during shaping)Row 1 (RS): K1, *yo, k2tog; repeat from * to last 3 stitches, k1, slip 2 purlwise wyif. Row 5-14: Work 10 rows in garter stitch (knit every row), slipping last 2 stitches of RS rows purlwise wyif.

Symmetria Scarf

Page 169 – Pattern Essentials
Make 2 out of 3: K2tog but drop only first stitch from needle; k2tog tbl – 1 stitch decreased.

Page 171 – Symmetria B Chart
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Page 172 – Symmetria C Chart
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Trellis Leaf Stole

Page 230 – Trellis Leaf Lace Chart
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Page 231 – Knitting the Lace Pattern
Keep the first and last 4 stitches of every row . . . (260 chart rows total), then work Row 1 once more. Note: Row 1 is a WS row.

Little One-Yard Wonders

Western Shirt

Page 75 – Make the Front Plackets
On the left front piece, press under the interfaced edge 1{1/8}” to the wrong side. Press under an additional 1{1/8}”, and then stitch along the folded edge using a scant {1/4}” seam allowance. Unfold the stitched placket and press. Topstitch along the opposite folded edge using a scant {1/4}” seam allowance.

Page 76 – Attach the Collar
The ends of the collar stand should meet the front edges of the shirt. Stitch together, easing the fabrics as needed, and keeping the folded edge of the non-interfaced collar stand out of the stitching line.

Page 77 – Attach the Snaps
Repeat, attaching the female snap pieces along the left front edge and left side of the collar stand, centering on the left placket while aligning with the male snap pieces on the right. In addition, attach a female snap on each pocket flap per the placement on the pattern piece. Alternatively, if you are using buttons, stitch vertical buttonholes along the left front placket, and a horizontal buttonhole on the left side of the collar stand. The vertical buttonholes should be centered on the placket and aligned with the buttons on the right. Stitch a vertical buttonhole in each pocket flap. Hand-sew the buttons along the right center front as they correspond to the buttonholes.

Pattern Sheet #2

Page – 1 of 9 Pieces
Center front and snap placement for right front only.

Hexie Pouf

Page – Step 3 – Attach Pompom Trim and Side Panel
… Measure the perimeter of the pieced hexagons; this should be approximately 81″.

Page 49 – Step 1 – Measure, Mark, and Cut
Side panel: 4 3/4″ x 54″ (cut 2)

Page 49 – Cutting Layout
15″ edges should be 14 1/2″. 7 1/2″ edges should be 9″.

Long Beach Tee

Page 72 – Step 2 – Measure, Mark, and Cut
… Neck Edging 1 3/4″ x 16″

Page 72 – Part 3 – Attach the Neck Edging
… Press shoulder seam allowance toward the back of the tee. Edgestitch neck edging in place along the neck edge of the tee.

Summer Days Hat

Page 159 – Part 1 – Determine Your Child’s Size, Head Size Table
S: 5 1/2″ M: 19 1/2″ L: 21 1/2″

Page 160 – Part 2 – Measure, Mark, and Cut – Top Size Table
S: 5 1/2″ diameter circle. M: 6 3/4″ diameter circle. L: 7 1/2″ diameter cricle.

Luxury Yarn One-Skein Wonders®

Joel Bison Lace Scarf

Page 51 – Joel Bison Lace Scarf
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Sweet Violet Silk-Cashmere Scarf

Page 53 – Main Body Chart
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Bison Shawlette

Page 54 – Beginning the Lace
Work Rows 1-22 of Set-up chart . . . you will have 93 stitches between the borders. Work Rows 1-3 of chart C. Bind off loosely as follows: Knit 2, *slip left needle into the front of the 2 stitches and knit them together, K1; repeat from * until 1 stitch remains, pull yarn through last stitch.

Page 55 – Bison Shawlette Chart
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Nancy Pygora-Merino Lace Scarf

Page 57 – Nancy Pygora-Merino Lace Scarf Chart
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Top-down Alpaca Mitts

Page 64 – Top-down Alpaca Mitts
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Silk-Merino Twisted Gloves

Page 69 – Abbreviations
C4 F (cable 4 front) slip 2 stitches to cable needle and hold in front, K2, K2 from cable needle. C4 B (cable 4 back) slip 2 stitches to cable needle and hold in back, K2, K2 from cable needle

Page 69 – Knitting the Cuff
With smaller needles cast on 52 (56,60) stitches. Place marker A and join into a round, being careful not to twist the stitches. Work Mock Cable Ribbing until piece measures 3.5” (4”, 4.5”) (9 [10, 11.5] cm), ending with Round 1, 3, or 4. Change to larger needles.

Page 70 – Shaping the Thumb Gusset and Knitting the Cable
Next Round: Work in established patterns to first gusset marker, place thumb gusset stitches onto a length of scrap yarn, remove gusset markers, cast on 1 stitch over gap left by gusset and knit to end of round. Redistribute palm stitches evenly onto needles 3 and 4. You now have 52 (56, 60) stitches, 13 (14, 15) stitches each on all 4 needles.

Page 71 – Shaping the Thumb Gusset and Knitting the Cable
Round 1: K 23 (25, 27) pm B, M1L, K1, M1R, pm B, knit to end of round. You now have 54 (58, 62) stitches.Round 3 (Begin Cable for Small Size): K 23 (25, 27) sm, M1L, knit to next marker, M1R, sm K0 (30, 32), work chart over next 28 (0, 0) stitches.Insert new text: Round 7: K23 (25, 27), sm, M1L, knit to next marker, M1R, sm, K0 (1, 2), work chart over next 28 stitches, K0 (1, 2).

Page 71 – Silk-Merino Twisted Gloves Chart
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Falling Leaves Mohair-Silk Scarf

Page 82 – Falling Leaves Mohair-Silk Scarf Chart
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Caravan Silk-Wool Socks

Page 84 – Caravan Silk-Wool Socks Chart
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Silk-Merino Fingerless Gloves

Page 87 – Knitting the Thumb Gusset
Continue in this manner, increasing 1 stitch on each side of the gusset (just inside the purl stitches) every other round, working the increased stitches into the cable pattern, until you have 26 gusset stitches.

Seaside Cottage Alpaca-Silk Stole

Page 89 – Seaweed Lace Border Chart
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Page 92 – Seachange Lace Chart
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Silk Wedding Ring Pillow

Page 99 – Silk Wedding Ring Pillow Chart
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Blossom Silk-SeaCell Shawl

Page 107 – Blossom Silk-SeaCell Shawl Chart
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Alpaca Elephant Hat

Page 111 – Knitting the Trunk
Next Row: * K1, ssk, knit to last 3 stitches, K2tog, K1. You now have 12 stitches.

Alpaca Gator Socks

Page 113 – Stitch Patterns
Woven CableRound 3: K2, *C4B; repeat from * to last to stitches, K2.

Page 114 – Finishing
Join 20 sole stitches with 20 instep stitches. . .

Silk-Merino Leaf Lace Hat

Page 118 – Silk-Merino Leaf Lace Hat
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Page 119 – Chart 2
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A Pair of Silk Purses

Page 129 – Getting Started
Round 6: *(P3tog, K3tog, P3tog in next 3 stitches), K1; repeat from *.

Alpaca Broadway Gloves

Page 142 – Knitting the Thumb Gusset
Change to larger needles. Round 1: Slip marker, M1. . .

Beautiful Baby Bamboo-Merino Sweater

Page 145 – Knitting the Body
Place 88 body stitches onto needle. With RS facing, attach yarn at left front and knit 22 left front stitches, pick up and knit (see page 264) 11 cast-on left underarm stitches, knit 44 back stitches, pick up and knit 11 cast-on right underarm stitches, knit 22 right front stitches. Turn and knit 1 row. You now have 110 stitches.

Corn Fiber Lac Bath Cloth

Page 147 – Corn Fiber Lace Bath Cloth Chart
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Silk Fountain Hood

Page 153 – Knitting the Hood
Note: Stitch count increases to 156 stitches after Round 1 is completed, and returns to 104 stitches after Round 3 is completed.

Reversible Cable and Eyelet Wool-Silk Scarf

Page 159 – Abbreviations
C8B (cable 8 back) slip 4 stitches to cable needle and hold in back, [K1, P1, K1, P1], [K1, P1, K1, P1] from cable needle

Diamond and Crystal Cashmere Evening Bag

Page 166 – Diamond and Crystal Cashmere Evening Bag Chart
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Merino-Silk Cables for Baby

Page 175 – Decreasing for the Crown
Round 1: * P2, K1, C3B, K2tog, P2; rep from *. Round 2: * P2, K5 , P2; rep from *. Round 3: * P2, C3B, K2tog, P2; rep from *. Round 4: * P2, K4, P2; rep from *. Round 5: * P2tog, K1, C3B, P2tog; rep from *. Round 6: * P1, K1, K2tog, K1, P1; rep from *. Round 7: * P1, K3tog, P1; rep from *.

Baby’s Cabled Milk-Silk Cap

Page 178 – Gauge
24 stitches and 28 rows = 4” (10 cm) in cable pattern

Stormy Cashmere Purse

Page 191 – Decreasing for the Body
Row 1 (RS): K4, *P2tog, P1, P2tog; repeat from * to last 4 stitches, K4.

Winter Windows Silk Scarf

Page 192 – Knitting the Scarf
Rows 18, 20, 22, and 24: P6, *(K1, yo, K2tog) twice, P6; repeat from *.

Cool Little Llama-Silk Mittens

Page 198 – Knitting the Cuff
Cast on 30 stitches. Divide onto 3 double-point needles so there are 12 stitches on needles 1 and 2 and 6 stitches on needle 3. Join into a round, being careful not to twist the stitches. Work Rounds 1-4 of Twisted Rib pattern for 3″ (7.5 cm), ending with Round 4.

Page 198-199 – Knitting the Left Mitten
Round 1: Work 6, M1R, pm, work to end of round.Round 2: Work even in pattern to marker, M1R, sm, work to end of round.Repeat Round 2, working the new stitches into pattern, until you have 46 stitches total.Next Round: Work to 14 stitches before marker, place next 14 stitches on holder for thumb, cast on 2 stitches, continue in pattern to end of round.

Inca-Dincadoo Organic Cotton Baby Cardigan

Page 205 – Knitting the Right Sleeve and Right Front
Bind off 4 stitches at the beginning of the next 4 RS rows and at the same time, make buttonholes on the first bind-off row and every following tenth row 4 times as follows: Knit to last 3 stitches, yo, K2tog, K1.Work even for 36 rows (count 46 rows from the 14 right-front cast-on stitches). Bind off.

Flirty Merino-Silk Neck Warmer

Page 206 – Lacy Zigzag Stitch Pattern
Rows 1, 3, and 5 (RS): * (Sl 1, K1, psso), K2, yo, K2; repeat from * to last stitch. K1.

Sueno Bamboo Spa Mask

Page 209 – Increasing for Second Half

Work Rows 1-5 as written. Then:

Row 6: (K1, yo) twice, K2tog, Kfb, *sl 1 wyif, K1; repeast from * to last 6 stitches, sl 1 wyif, Kfb, K1, yo, K2tog, K1. You now have 28 stitches.

The next time you work Rows 1-6, use these instructions:

Row 1: K1, (yo, K2tog) twice, *sl 1 wyif, K1; repeat from * to last 5 stitches, K2, yo, K2tog, K1.

Row 2: K1 (yo, K2tog) twice, *sl 1 wyif, K1; repeat from * to last 5 stitches, turn.

Row 3: *Sl 1 wyif, K1; repeat from * to last 5 stitches, turn.

Row 4: *Sl 1 wyif, K1; repeat from * to last 5 stitches, K2, yo, K2tog, K1.

Row 5: K1, yo, K2tog, K1, Kfb, *sl 1 wyif, K1; repeat from * to last 5 stitches, K2, yo, K2go, K1.

Row 6: K1, yo, K2tog, K1, Kfb, *sl 1 wyif, K1; repeat from * to last 6 stitches, sl 1 wyif, K2, yo, K2go, K1.

Repeat Rows 1-5 as written. Then:

Row 6: K1, yo, K2tog, K1, Kfb, *K1, sl 1 wyif; repeat from * to last 6 stitches, K3, yo, K2tog, K1. You now have 32 stitches.

Silk Delight Scarf

Page 219 – Knitting the Rectangles
Row 1 (RS): Cast on 18 stitches at beginning of row, knit these stitches and the 19 that were already on the needle. You now have 37 stitches. Row 6: Knit to center stitch, P1, knit to end of row. Repeat Rows 3 through 6, working 1 fewer stitch before the decrease on RS rows, until you have 1 stitch.

Lacy Leaf Alpaca-Angora Hat

Page 221 – Lacy Leaf Alpaca-Angora Hat Chart
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Arachne’s Alpaca Lace Ring

Page 227 – Arachne’s Alpaca Lace Ring Chart
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Mojito Alpaca Necktie

Page 229 – Decreasing
Continue in this manner, decreasing every 1.5″ (4 cm) until you have 13 stitches. Work even for 1.5″. Tie measures approximately 10.75″ (27 cm)

Silk Berry Jewelry Bag

Page 230 – Knitting the Body
Row 1: (P1, K1) 4 times (seed stitch), K1, P7, K2, P7, K1, (P1, K1) 4 times.Work the berry design on the middle 16 stitches by following the chart (page 231), beginning at the bottom right of the chart, at the same time maintaining the seed stitch border on the eight stitches on both sides of the bag.

Page 231 – Knitting the Body
When you have completed the chart, continue working Rows 1 and 2 until the piece measures 15” (38 cm) from the flap. (Note: The center portion now has only 15 stitches.)

Page 231 – Silk Berry Jewelry Bag Chart
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Mermaid Organic Blend Neck Warmer

Page 240 – Knitting the First Half
Next Row: (K3, drop 1 stitch and unravel . . . You now have 22 stitches.

Cropped EcoFriendly Vest

Page 242 – Knitting the Body
Row 2 (WS): Sl 1, (K1, P1) 3 times, purl to last 7 stitches, (P1, K1) 3 times, P1.

Glossary

Page 262 – Kitchener stitch
To begin place the two sets of live stitches to be bound off on separate needles. Hold the needles parallel in your left hand with wrong sides of the knitted fabric together.

One-Skein Wonders®

Shepherd Bulky Rainbow Hat

Page 9 – Knitting the Cuff
With straight needles, cast on 25 stitches.

Page 10 – Beginning the Top
With straight needles and right side of cuff facing you, pick up and knit 74 stitches along one side of cuff edge.

Page 10 – Knitting the Edging
With circular needle and right side facing you, pick up and knit 70 stitches along bottom edge.

One-Skein-Wonder Baby Sweater

Page 12 – Joining the Shoulders
With right sides together, join 9 front and back shoulder stitches on both sides using the three-needle bind-off

Page 13 – Knitting the Collar
With straight needles and right side facing, skip 3 stitches, pick up 9 stitches along right-front neck edge, knit the 16 remaining back neck stitches from holder, pick up 9 stitches along left-front neck edge to within 3 stitches of center front.

Quick & Classy Cabled Clutch

Page 24 – Knitting Increase Rows
Row 3: P5, C4f, K4, P3, K3, P3, C4f, K4, P5. Row 7: P5, K4, C4b, P3, K3, P3, K4, C4b, P5.

Page 25 – Knitting Next Cables
Row 3: P6, C4f, K4, P3, K3, P3, C4f, K4, P6. Row 7: P6, K4, C4b, P3, K3, P3, K4, C4b, P6.

Page 25 – Knitting Decrease Rows
Row 3: P4, C4f, K4, P3, K3, P3, C4f, K4, P4. Row 7: P4, K4, C4b, P3, K3, P3, K4, C4b, P4.

Felted Gift Bag

Page 39 – Knitting the Bag
Row 6: *Yo, K2tog, K3; repeat from *. After row 9: Knit 27 rows.Row 38: *K4, K2tog; repeat from *. You now have 50 stitches. Row 48: Knit. Row 49: *K2tog; repeat from *. You now have 10 stitches. Row 50: Knit. Row 51: * K2tog; repeat from *. You now have 5 stitches.

Lotus Purse

Page 49 – Knitting the Front of the Purse
Row 1: Sl 1, *K1, Sl 1 wyif; repeat from * to last 2 stitches, K1, P1.Row 2: Sl 1, *Sl 1 wyib, P1; repeat from * to end last stitch, P1.

Page 49-50 – Knitting the Flap
Decrease Row 1: Sl 1, ssk, *K1, Sl 1 wyif; repeat from * to last 4 stitches, K1, K2tog, P1. Decrease Row 2: Sl 1, P2tog, *P1, Sl 1 wyib; repeat from * to last 4 stitches, P1, ssp, P1.

Page 50 – Working the Buttonhole Rows
Buttonhole Row 2: Sl 1, P2tog, P1, Sl 1 wyib, yo twice, P1, Sl 1 wyib, P1, ssp, P1.

Page 50 – Finishing the Flap
Repeat Decrease Rows 1 and 2 one more time; you now have 5 stitches. Work the next row as Sl 1, Sl 2 stitches as if to K2tog, K1, pass 2 slipped stitches over, P1; you now have 3 stitches. Bind off 3 stitches together by working Sl 1, P2tog, psso, and fasten off last stitch.

Wine Gift Bag

Page 54 – Knitting the Gift Bag
Round 2: *Kfb; repeat from *. You now have 16 stitches. Round 6: *Kfb; repeat from *. You now have 32 stitches . Rounds 7-12: Knit. Round 12: *Kfb; repeat from *. You now have 32 stitches. Check to see if circle is large enough to cover the bottom of the bottle. If not, repeat Rounds 6-9.

Gossamer Shell Scarf

Page 55 – Knitting the Scarf
Cast on 40 stitches.

Eyelet Baby Hat

Page 62 – Knitting the Eyelet Pattern
Round 3: K4, *(yo, ssk) two times. . .

Smiley Scarf

Page 70 – Knitting the Scarf
Row 3: Slip 1, K1, *Inc 1, K1. Repeat from * to end of row. You now have 94 stitches.Row 7: Slip 1, *Inc 1, K2; repeat from * to last stitch, Inc 1, K1.Row 15: You now have 315 stitches.

Aran Tam

Page 74 – Knitting the Cables
Round 7: *RT, P3, PBC, P1, 1BC, 1FC, P1, PFC, P3, RT, P2tog, RT two times, K1, P2tog; repeat from *. You now have 140 stitches.

Page 75 – Finishing
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Be-Ribboned Bonnet

Page 76 – Knitting Eyelet Patterns
Replace existing text with the following: Rows 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 7: Knit. Row 5: K1, *K2tog, yo, K1; repeat from * to last stitch, K1.Rows 8–12: Work stockinette stitch (knit on right side, purl on wrong side) for 5 rows. Repeat this 12-row sequence two more times.

Wavy Hat

Page 82 – Crocheting the Hat
Ch 79, sl st in first chain . . . dc in next 6 chains, 3 dc in next chain; repeat from *.

Ice Scraper Mitt

Page 83 – Pattern Stitch
Replace existing text with: Round 1: Knit.Round 2: *K1b, P1; repeat from *.

Soap Pocket

Page 87 – Getting Started
Cast on 72 stitches. Picot Edge Row: *K2, increase 1 with backward loop cast-on (see Glossary, page 228), bind off 5; repeat from * to last 5 stitches, K2tog, yo, K3. You now have 32 stitches.

Beaded Diamond Bag

Page 122 – Knitting the Beaded Pattern
Round 1: K6, *place bead, P1, K11; repeat from * to last 6 stitches, place bead, K5.Round 2: K5, *P1, K1, P1, K9; repeat from * to last 7 stitches, P1, K1, P1, K4. Round 3: K4, *P1, K3, P1, K7; repeat from * to last 8 stitches, P1, K3, P1, K3. Round 4: K3, *P1, K5, P1, K5; repeat from * to last 9 stitches, P1, K5, P1, K2. Round 5: K2, *P1, K7, P1, K3; repeat from * to last 11 stitches, P1, K7, P1, K1. Round 6: * K1, P1, K9, P1, K1; repeat from * to end of round. Round 7: *Place bead, P1, K11; repeat from * to end of round. Round 8: Repeat Round 6. Round 9: Repeat Round 5. Round 10: Repeat Round 4. Round 11: Repeat Round 3. Round 12: Repeat Round 2. Round 13: Repeat Round 1.

Page 122 – Knitting with Beads
For one round of beads, cut off 3.5 yards of yarn . . . When instructions say “place bead,” bring the yarn forward and slip one stitch; move a bead up snug against right needle, bring yarn to the back, and knit the next stitch as usual, making sure bead stays in front of the slipped stitch.

Bamboo Baby

Page 133 – Knitting the Fronts (Make 2)
Repeat Rows 1 and 2 until piece measures 4″ from cast on along one selvedge. Place a marker at the side of the piece without yarnovers to indicate sleeve. Continue to repeat Rows 1 and 2 until there are 49 stitches. Place a marker at the side of the piece without yarnovers to indicate the shoulder.

Page 133 – Knitting the Front Shoulder
Row 5: K2, *K2tog, yo; repeat from * to last stitch, K1.

Page 134 – Knitting the Back
Continue in garter stitch (knit every row) until piece measures same length as front along plain selvedge from cast on to shoulder marker. Bind off all stitches.

Felted Evening Bag with Ribbon Embroidery

Page 149 – Knitting the Bag
Next Row: Decrease 1 stitch at the beginning and end of the row. You now have 34 stitches.

The Wave Hand Warmers

Page 162 – Getting Started
Work 8-round Wave Pattern Stitch (see on facing page) six times, or to desired length, ending with Round 8 of the pattern.

Page 163 – Forming the Thumb Hole
Delete existing text and replace with: Next Round (Round 1 of Wave Pattern): K4, P2, bind off 4 stitches (see note below), P1, *K4, P2; repeat from * to end. Note: To work this bind-off round, knit 4 and purl 2 as instructed. Now knit 1, *knit 1 and slip the first knit over the second knit; repeat from * 3 more times. You are left with one stitch already on the needle from the bind-off, so you will now purl 1 (the second P2 of the pattern) and continue in pattern to the end of the round. Next Round (Round 2 of Wave Pattern): K4, P2, cast on 4 stitches, P2, *K4, P2; repeat from * to end. Work Rounds 3 through 8 of Wave Pattern.Work Rounds 1 and 2 of Wave Pattern. Bind off.

Page 163 – Wave Pattern Stitch
Round 1: * K4, P2; repeat from * to end. Rounds 2, 3, and 4: Repeat Round 1. Round 5: K1, *P2, K4; repeat from * to last 3 stitches, P2, K3. Rounds 6, 7, and 8: Repeat Round 5. Repeat Rounds 1-8 for pattern.

Floral Mesh Shawl

Page 197 – Knitting the Neckband
Row 1 (right side): Slip 1, (P1, K1) three times, slip 1, (P1, K1) three times. Row 2: Slip 1, (K1, P1) three times, slip 1, (P1, K1) three times.

Golden Fantasy

Page 206 – Finishing
Add as separate line at end of Finishing directions: Single crochet bottom seam through one loop of each front and each back stitch, with one chain stitch past beads, leaving bottom edge beads free.

Honey Tangerine Scarf

Page 208 – Knitting the Scarf
Scallop Row: . . . You now have 25 stitches. Last Row Before Bind-off: . . . repeat from * to last 3 stitches, cast on 2 with backward loop cast-on, P1, K2tog.

Catch-all Bowl

Page 211-212 – Crocheting the Base
Round 3: Ch 1, * 2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next stitch; repeat from *.Round 4: Ch 1, *1 sc in next stitch, 2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next stitch; repeat from *. Round 5: Ch 1, *1 sc in next stitch, 2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next stitch; repeat from *. Round 6: Ch 1, *1 sc in next 3 stitches, 2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next stitch; repeat from *. Round 7: Ch 1, *1 sc in next 2 stitches, 2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next 3 stitches; repeat from *. Round 8: Ch 1, *1 sc in next 4 stitches, 2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next 2 stitches; repeat from *.

Victorian Collar

Page 217 – Shaping with Short Rows
First Short Rows: K43 and turn, K16 and turn, K16 and turn. Next Row: Slip 1, knit to 1 stitch before the gap, K2tog, turn.Repeat this row until you have 15 stitches remaining on each side of the center section, 46 stitches total. Knit to end of row.

Glossary

Page 230 – Kitchener stitch
1. Place the two sets of live stitches to be bound off on separate needles. Hold the needles parallel in your left hand with wrong sides of the knitted fabric touching.

Page 230 – K2tog bind-off
1. Knit one stitch. 2. Slip one stitch knitwise. 3. Insert the left needle into the two stitches on the right needle from left to right (a). Knit the two stitches together (b). Repeat steps 2 and 3 until one stitch remains. Cut the yarn and pull through last stitch.The top illustration should be labeled “a” and the bottom illustration “b”.

One-Skein Wonders® for Babies

Trellis Lace Sweater and Hat

Page 33 – Neck Band
With smaller needle, RS facing, and beginning at right front neck edge, pick up and knit 16 stitches to shoulder seam, 17 stitches to next shoulder seam, and 16 stitches to left front. You now have 49 stitches. Knit 5 rows, bind off.

Vertical Lace Baby Cardigan

Page 82 – KNITTING THE LEFT SLEEVE
Row 69: K38, place remaining 27 yoke stitches on hold, turn.

One-Yard Wonders

Ruffled Cafe Curtain

Page 36 – 1. Measure, Mark, and Cut
To make two curtain panels, with right sides together, fold the remaining curtain fabric in half lengthwise, aligning raw edges. Press a crease along the fold. Open the fabric and cut it in half along the crease to make the panels. If using 44/45” fabric, the finished cut dimensions will be 22″ wide x 28″ tall.

Hanging Laundry Bag

Page 48 – 2. Make the Back Flap Opening
Encase the upper raw edge . . . Position the two back pieces, right sides up, so that the lower piece overlaps the upper piece by 4″. Baste together. . .

Granny’s Clothespin Apron

Page 51 – 1. Measure, Mark, and Cut
Waistband: 17 1/2″ wide x 5″ tall (cut 1 on fold). Apron trim: 6 1/2″ x 1 1/2″ (cut 2 on bias).

Page 52 – Step 3: Join the Apron Front and Back
Place the apron front on top of the apron back with both wrong sides facing up, matching the notches at the top edge, and pin in place. Press one long edge of the apron trim 1/2″ to the wrong side. Position the right side of the apron trim on the wrong side of the stacked apron front and back pieces. Raw edges of the apron trim will align with side edge of the stacked apron front and back pieces. Note that the apron trim will overlap the apron front by 1″. Stitch through all layers around the curved edge of the apron, leaving the top notched edge open.

Page 52 – Step 4: Finish the Edges of the Apron
Trim entire seam allowance to 1/4″. Clip to but not through through the seam along the rounded corners to ease fullness. Turn the apron right side out and press curved edges. Fold the apron trim to the front. Press and pin trim in place, ensuring that it covers the trimmed seam allowance. Topstitch around the finished curved edge of apron at 1/2″, making sure to catch the edges of the apron trim. Match notches at top edge of apron and baste in place using a scant 1/4″ seam from pocket edge to pocket edge.

Page 52 – Step 3 illustration
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Oven Mitt & Hot Pads

Page – Tissue Paper Pattern Piece
Please note that the text for the oven mitt pattern piece is upside down.

Obi-Inspired Hot-&-Cold Pack

Page 73 – Materials
1 yard of 44/45” fabric (We recommend only 100% cotton fabric and thread for this project. Synthetic fibers may be more susceptible to melting or burning in the microwave; not suitable for one-way prints)

Page 74 – 6 – Use the Wrap and Pack
To heat the pack, place in a microwave for 1 minute on high. Note: Do not leave your microwave unattended while heating. If necessary, heat further at 30-second intervals, checking for overheating or scorching. For added safety, sprinkle with water, or place a microwave-safe container full of water next to the pack while heating.

Hanging Wall Pocket

Page 79 – Cutting Layout
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Smock of All Ages

Page – Tissue Paper Pattern Piece
Please note that the text for the BODY pattern piece is upside down.

Quilted Lunch Bag

Page 110 – 3. Prep the Pieces
Encase one wide (top) edge. . . From the top, mark the body piece as shown along both long sides at 10″ and again at 14 1/2″. . . attaching the side pieces.

Page 110 – 5. Stitch the Sides
With wrong sides together. . . Pin in place and stitch to the 10″ mark. . . Do the same with the second side piece.

Yoga Mat Bag

Page 127 – 1. Measure, Mark, and Cut
Bottoms: 6 1/2″ diameter circle (cut 2)

“Good Hat Day” Hat

Page 153 – Measure, Mark, and Cut
Top: a circle, the circumference of which matches your own head circumference, plus 1/2” (cut 2)

Flouncy Bag

Page 156 – Measure, Mark, and Cut
Lining: 11″ tall x 12″ wide (cut 2). Top band: 3 1/2″ tall x 11″ (cut 4)

Page 158 – 5. Make the Lining
With right sides together and raw edges aligned, stitch one top band piece to one lining piece along the 11″ edge. Repeat for the remaining top band and lining pieces.

Folklore Bag

Page – Tissue Paper Pattern Piece – Bag Front/Back
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Page – Tissue Paper Pattern Piece
Please note that the text on these tissue paper pattern pieces for this pattern are upside down:TOP BAND, LINING FRONT/BACK, and BAG FRONT/BACK

Page 160 – Steps 3 and 6
At the end of Step 3 add the following sentence: The top edge of each Front/Back piece should now be the same width as that of each Lining piece. Step 6: Make and Attach Top PiecesWith right sides facing, pin two top band pieces together, and stitch both short sides at a 1″ seam allowance to form a circular band. Repeat with two top band pieces.

Quilted Circles Shoulder Bag

Page – Tissue Paper Pattern Piece
Please note that the text for this pattern piece is upside down.

Petite Diaper Tote

Page 181 – Step 7 Illustration
Illustration measurements incorrect. Full side measurement should be 10″ tall and the full bottom measurement should be 12” wide (ie. both the bag lining and exterior pieces are 10″ tall x 12″ wide).

Toddler Pinafore Smock Top

Page 188 – Cutting Layout
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“Twist & Shout” Twirl Skirt

Page 199 – 2. Measure, Mark, and Cut
Bias strip (for binding) 2” x 62” * Bias strip (for piping) 1” x 32” **The bias strips will be cut from the remaining middle section of fabric. You will need to piece the strips together in Step 3 to achieve the necessary finished lengths.

Fabric Dollhouse

Page 248 – 1. Measure, Mark, and Cut
Large interior/exterior: 22” tall x 8” wide (cut 2).

Go Fly a Kite

Page 254 – 1. Measure, Mark, and Cut
Kite: Measure and cut as shown from a 24” x 24” square (cut 1).

Steggie, The Pull-Along Dino

Page – Tissue Paper Pattern Piece
Please note that the text on the tissue paper pattern piece for the BODY is upside down.

Sew What! Skirts

Half-Circle Wrap

Page 065 – Introductory Paragraph
For another great wrap idea, the skirt pictured here is a variation of the circle skirt featured on pages 76-79. However, you need only a half circle, so it uses less fabric. And it has all the great features of a wrap – no side seams, zippers, or buttons to mess with. A buttonhole is optional. All you need is 1 length of 42″-45″ fabric (about 2 1/2 yards for the average person), plus 1/8 yard for the waistband and ties. If you are larger than average, or prefer a fuller skirt, it’s better to use fabric that is 58″-60″ wide (about 3 1/2 yards, plus waistband yardage).

Page 065 – 1. Cutting out the skirt.
Divide by 3 and round up to the nearest 1/2″.

Nature’s Child

Page 117 – Stuff You Need
3/4-1 yard of complementary fabric

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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Page 30 – Chart E
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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 1Row 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 3Rounds 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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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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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.

The Crochet Answer Book, 2nd Edition

The Basic Stitches

Page 077 – Single Crochet into a Chain
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Placing the Hook and Turning Chains

Page 088 – Q: Where do I insert my hook into a stitch at the beginning of a row?
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The Essential Guide to Color Knitting Techniques

Gull Check

Page 68 –
Row 2: In C2, K3, Sl2 wyib, *K5, Sl2 wyib; repeat from *, end K3. Row 3: In C2, P3, Sl2 wyif, *P5, sl2 wyif; repeat from *, end P3

Vine Lace

Page 113 – Variation
Stitches: Multiple of 9, plus 4

Page 113 – Vine Lace Chart
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Estonian Shell Stitch

Page 116 –
Row 2: *K1, Sl3 wyif, dropping all the extra wraps, K1; repeat from *, end K1.

Stranded Hat

Page 173 – Stranded Hat Chart
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Appendix

Page 295 – Joining into a round
Cast on the number of stitches needed. Slip the first stitch from the right needle to the left needle. Insert the right needle into the next stitch on the left needle and pass it over the first stitch. The two stitches have traded places.

The Knowledgeable Knitter

Circular Shaping in Pattern Stitches

Page 51 – Getting Ribbing the Right Size
Caption 4: K1-tbl, P1 ribbing in linen yarn makes very neat ribs.

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In this example, the swatch begins at the outer edge with K4, P4 ribbing. The first set of decreases reduces the purled stitches by one, so it becomes K4, P3 ribbing. Maintaining the 4 knit stitches makes the first set of decreases unnoticeable…The second round of decreases reduces the purled stitches again, so it is now K4, P2 ribbing. Subsequent decreases remove the remaining purled stitches, so it is no longer ribbing, just plain stockinette at the center.

Another approach to the same shaping in K4, P4 ribbing is to…Just like the previous example, the swatch begins at the outer edge with K4, P4 ribbing and the first set of decreases reduces the knitted stitches in each repeat, so it becomes K3, P3 ribbing.

Caption 1: Circular swatch in K4, P4 ribbing, getting rid of all the purl stitches

Caption 2: Circular swatch in K4, P4 ribbing, making both knit and purl ribs gradually narrower

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Caption: For more information on the Cape Point Short Sleeved Top, visit the author’s website, http://maggiesrags.com/.

Page 282 – Abbreviations
K1-tbl     knit 1 through the back loop

tbl           through the back loop(s)

The Quilting Answer Book

Cutting Charts

Page 407 – Diagonal Measurements of Blocks
4” Block Size should have a 5 5/8 Diagonal

Reducing or Enlarging a Block Pattern

Page 414 –
Or, to reduce a 12″ block to an 8″ block: 8″ desired ÷ 12″ original = 33% reduction.

The Sewing Answer Book

Sewing-Machine Primer

Page 16 – Illustration Labels
Please note the order of the illustration labels should read (from left to right): walking foot, 1/4″ patchwork foot, open-toe foot.

Toe-Up 2-at-a-Time Socks

Ballet

Page 105 – Ballet Chart for Size Large
Click here for corrected table/chart PDF
Change to chart. Please see PDF.

Peppercorn

Page 144 – Casting On and Shaping the Toes
Next Rounds: Work Round 2 increases Small 6 more times Large 7 more times.

Increases

Page 159 – Backward Loop Increases (M1)
For a left-leaning backward loop increase (M1L), make a backward loop onto the right needle so that the working yarn points away from you. For a right-leaning backward loop increase (M1R), make a backward loop onto the right needle so that the working yarn points toward you.