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Projects are listed alphabetically; errata in that project are listed in the order in which they were spotted and corrected. Any errata corrected on this page have also been corrected on the project pages. If you have printed/downloaded project instructions after the last indicated update, you need not bother with this page; the project instructions are the most recent. Please note this is errata from the zine; errata from the book can be found here.

We currently have errata for the following projects. Click a project name to jump to that eratta.

A Maiden's Glory
Asphyxiation
Comfort Food
Curse Your Boyfriend
Eternal Embrace
Eternamente
Gorgeous Goddess
Lady Macbeth
Los ... Relojes de Arena

Parlor Round
Run Away!
Silvanus
Snowball's Chance in Hell
Stabbity Stab Stab
Tepes
Vinnland
Wa na ... Bat Shawl!

A Maiden's Glory

5/9/06 (thanks, Lirria!)

Large Leaf:

ss into each of remaining chains along stem of leaf and fasten off at the end.
You do not need to download coffin.pdf and the link has been removed.

Asphyxiation

8/8/06 (thanks, Severina!)

Foundation Motif:

12: Repeat steps 1-11 with other three corners. [Fig 6]

To join on next motif (assuming you are not working them separetely and then sewing them together), work 2nd motif until you reach row 11 of first corner. Work until you reach 2nd picot of 2nd 10-chain loop. Chain 1 instead of chain 3, sc into picot of next motif (matching picots of both motifs), chain 1, sc 4. Connect next 2 picots of next 10-chain loop in the same manner. The second corner will be attached to opposite corner of finished motif the same way.

Work a total of four motifs.

8/9/06 (thanks, Severina!)

Foundation Motif:

12: Repeat steps 7-11 with other three corners. [Fig 6]

Comfort Food

2/23/06 (thanks, Jenn!)

Directions:

Add chicken, tomatoes, 4 cups of water, Vigo seasoning, sofrito, and bay leaves. Increase heat to medium-high and bring to a boil. Add rice and stir well. Cover, reduce heat to low or medium-low, and simmer for 30 minutes.

Curse Your Boyfriend

2/4/08 (thanks, Daz!)

Materials:

  • Lion Brand Wool-Ease Worsted [80% acrylic, 20% wool; 197yd/180m per 3oz/85g ball]; MC: Oxford Grey, 8 balls

Eternal Embrace

11/17/05 (thanks, Inky!)

Left Shoulder Shaping:

****
Knit to marker, remove marker, BO 5, knit across.

Purl one row.

1: Knit across front to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1. Pick up other yarn, k1, ssk, k across.
2: Purl across back and front stitches.

Repeat these two rows twice more.

Eternamente

8/30/07 (thanks, Carin!)

Skeletons:

Decide the gender of your skeletons. Paint highlights on the bones and paint the nose hole and teeth with silver paint for female skeletons and gold paint for male skeletons.

Paint hearts on the breastbones of both skeletons using red for the heart and purple for the veins. Set both hearts on fire with red and yellow flames.

Paint flower eyes on skeletons, using silver-green petals on female skeletons and red-gold petals on male skeletons.

Gorgeous Goddess

4/11/10 (thanks, Dawn!)

Row 15
: K3, yo, k1, *yo, ssk* 3 times, yo, k3 (15 sts)
Row 17: K3, yo, k1, *yo, ssk* 4 times, yo, k3 (17 sts)
Row 19: K3, yo, k1, *yo, ssk* 5 times, yo, k3 (19 sts)

Lady Macbeth

4/11/10 (thanks, Ravelers!)

Cobweb Lace Pattern

Switch to larger needles.
Rnd 1: *K1, yo, sl1-p2tog-psso, yo* rep. until 4 sts remain on first needle. k1, yo, p2tog, yo, k1. Repeat this process across second needle (34 [42, 50, 58] sts.)
Rnd 2: *K1, yo, sl1-p2tog-psso, yo* rep. until 1 st remains on first needle, k1. Repeat this process across second needle.

Los Pequeñeos Relojes de Arena

10/14/08 (thanks, Miranda!)

Little Hourglass Ribbing (in the round multiples of 4 sts):
Rnd 1: *K2, p2,* repeat from * to * around.
Rnd 2: *K2tog tbl without removing them from left needle, then k the same 2 sts tog tfl, p2,* repeat from * to * around.
Rnd 3: *K1, yfwd, k1, p2,* repeat from * to * around (increases total stitch number temporarily).
Rnd 4: *Wyib sl 1 p-wise, k1, psso, k1, p2,* repeat from * to * around (stitch number returns to normal).

10/24/08 (thanks, Joeli and Erssie!)

Toe:
Using waste yarn and preferred method of provisional cast on, CO 30 (32, 34, 36, 38) sts [for size S (M, L, XL, XXL)] in main yarn using US 1 (2.25mm) dpns/circs or size to obtain gauge.

Knit short row toe in stocking stitch using methods described in Special Stitches and as follows:
Row 1: K to last st (unwrapped), w&t.
Row 2: P to last st (unwrapped), w&t.

Repeat rows 1 and 2, knitting to the last st in the row that is unwrapped, and wrapping it and turning. [Editor's note for those new to w&t: Cat Bhordi explains why you don't really need to count once you know what a wrapped stitch looks like pretty well in this video so that you can just "knit to the last unwrapped stitch" and go on.]

Continue until 10 (10, 11, 12, 12) sts are wrapped on each side of toe, and 10 (12, 12, 12, 14) are left unwrapped in the centre of the toe.

Next, following instructions, pick up wraps as follows:
Row 1: K to first st wrapped, PU wrap and k tog with st, w&t.
Row 2: P to first st wrapped, PU wrap and k tog with st, w&t.

Repeat Rows 1 and 2 until all wrapped stitches have been picked up and knitted.

K across all 30 (32, 34, 36, 38) sts of Heel then
pick up 30 (32, 34, 36, 38) sts from provisional cast on (see Special Stitches) and join back into rnd with a total of 60 (64, 68, 72, 76) sts.

K 3 rnds stocking stitch.

Parlor Round

7/23/08 (thanks, Jessi!)

Materials
[Materials do not change.]

Gauge
13 stitches and 16 rows per 4"/10cm in stockinette.


Design Notes [Design Notes do not change.]

Run Away!

10/9/08 (thanks, Leah and Ravelers!)

Body:
[section begins correctly]

K even for 3 inches.

Next round:
*K2, k2tog* to end of each needle. (18 sts on each needle)

Round 2-3: K all sts.
[section continues without further changes]

Silvanus

1/5/07 (thanks, Erssie!)

Back:
[directions for Back do not change.]

Shoulder Strap:
Using MC cast on 11 stitches and continue in Moss st (directions follow) until strap measures 60ins/152cms or desired length.

Moss stitch: K1 *P1 K1 rpt from * to end; repeat every row.


Making Up: [directions for Making Up do not change.]

Snowball's Chance in Hell

11/18/05 (thanks, Chloe!)

Calculations:

Circumference of wrist. C=_____

11/22/05

Right Armwarmer:

With Ash, cast on D=_____ stitches. Work in 2x2 rib for 10 rows.

Switch to stockinette.

12/12/05

Chart Motif #1:

Download the corrected chart. The first motif was missing 4 sts needed to be completely symetrical.

Stabbity Stab Stab

7/23/08 (thanks, MontiLee!)

The pattern was so very wrong that we won't bother to list the corrections here. Just go get yourself a new copy.

Tepes

7/24/08 (thanks, Dale!)

Complete the Crown:
BOTH VERSIONS
Using the MC, pick up the 108 stitches from the provisional cast-on. Work in double seed stitch until the hat is 6 inches deep from the bottom of the piping. Slip 12 and break yarn.

Crown Edging:

BOTH VERSIONS
The front of the hat has 48 stitches, each ear flap has 16, and the back of the hat has 28. Slipping 12 stitches before beginning the edging centers a point of the crown at the front of the hat. [Directions continue correctly; section was just mislabled.]

Vinnland

5/17/07 (thanks, Kris!)

Vinnland Stitch

Rnd 12: p1, k2, p2, k4, p2, k6, p2, k4, p2, k2, p1

7/03/07 (thanks, Ravelry users and Becca!)

Vinnland Chart

The written instructions for the Vinnland stitch are correct, but the chart showed the wrong kind of increase in the first and fifth rows on the left-hand side. The chart has been updated to reflect the correct type of increases.

Wa na na na na na na na Bat Shawl!

7/24/08 (thanks, Simone!)

Materials

  • KnitPicks Gloss Sock [70% merino wool, 30% silk, 220 yds/201 m per 1.75oz/50g hank] color #23865 black; 3 hanks

7/31/08 (thanks, Emilee!)

Chart B

The chart has been updated to add a missing line.

       
 

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