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AFTERNOON BREEZES: Latest Revision 04 Sept. 2012
Additional instructions have been added to the pattern for those with a tight tension in Garter Stitch and for the larger sizes. Detailed instructions for changing needle sizes are given. If you have purchased this pattern and would like the updated version, please contact me at email@example.com.
Left Front, Underarm Short Row Section: For All Sizes: With RS facing, sl 1 st pwise wyif, k t o end of row,...
Right Front: Final Short Row Section: Insert additional instruction as follows:
Kwtog at wrapped st in subsequent rows according to your size.
Final Short Rows for All Sizes for Right Front:
Sl 1 st pwise wyif, k to end of row, kwtog at rem wrapped st.
Written Directions for Collar and Front Bands (between markers):
Row 8: K3, *(k2tog, k1, p1 into y2o of previous row, k2tog) 4 times, k2. Repeat from * to marker.
Row 9: *K2, (y2o, k2). Repeat from * 5 times, k1.
Row 10: K1, *(k2tog, k1, p1 into y2o of previous row, k2tog) 5 times. Repeat from * to marker.
AMONG THE BIRCHES: Latest Revision 03 June 2014
Row 9 (RS): K3, sl m, m1R, k to next marker, remove marker, ssk, k1, pm. Pick up other triangle with RS facing, k1, pm, k2, remove marker, k to last marker, m1L, sl m, k3.
Row 11: K3, sl m, m1R, k to 2 sts before next marker....
Row 13: (K3, turn work). With RS facing, k3,.....Row 15: K3, sl m, ssk, k to 2 sts before next marker, ssk, sl m, k1, sl, m, k2tog, k to 2 sts before last marker...
Final Decs: With MC, repeat Rows 15 and 16 until 11 sts remain. Remove all markers on last row worked.
Row 19 (RS): K1, ssk twice, k1, k2tog twice, k1. (7 sts)
Row 20: K.
Row 21: Ssk twice, k3tog. (3 sts)
Row 22: K3tog. (1 st)
Row 7: K 3, sl m, ssk, k to 2 sts before last marker...
Final Decs: With MC, repeat Rows 7 and 8 for Right Front until 9 sts remain. Remove all markers on last row worked.
Row 11 (RS): K2, ssk, k1, k2tog, k2. (7 sts)
Rows 12 and 14: K.
Row 13: K1, ssk, k1, k2tog, k1. (5 sts)
Row 15: With MC, ssk, k1, k2tog.(3 sts)
Row 16: K3tog. (1 st)
Row 3:[...] Repeat from * to 2 sts before last marker...
Row 17: With CC, (k3, turn work) twice. With RS facing, k3, sl m,...
P. 7: Final Row for Short Row Section (Left Side): With MC and WS facing, sl 1 st pwise wyif, k to Marker 2, sl m. With MC, k to end of row.
ANTIQUE LACE: Latest Revision 17 Feb. 2014
LEFT FRONT: Instructions should read: Begin to work Chart E: Left Front.
ARPEGGIO: Latest Revision 05 March 2012
P.6, Under Right Side Short Row Section for Back:
Delete "Change to CC".
Work a series of short rows as follows:
Row 1/2: Sl 1 st pwise wwyif in CC,...
AT THE MARKET: Latest Revision 06 April 2010
Written Directions for Chart B, Row 6: Work as written to last 3 sts, k2, k2tog.
Chart C: Row 1: Yo, k3, ssk, *yo, ssk, p13, k2tog, yo, k1.
Charts D and E: All even-numbered rows begin with Yo, k3.
Work Chart D once (four times).
Chart E, Row 33: Yo, k3, ssk, yo, S2KP, yo, k2tog, k2, k2tog.
Chart E, Row 38: K3, p1, k2, k2tog.
BALSAM: Latest Revision 27 Nov. 2012 Under "Yarn Requirements": 400 m./437 yds.
BERMUDA SCARF: Latest Revision 21 Feb. 2014
Extra clarification added to Short Row 3/4 instructions on p. 3 as follows: Knitter’s Tip:
The following short row is composed of several steps worked back and forth across the central portion of sts. Work each step once only. Each step is marked by a bullet.
Row 3/4: Sl 1 st pwise wyif, kfb, (k1, p1) to last 5 sts, k1, w&t.
o (K1, p1) to last 4 sts, w&t pwise.
o (P1, k1) to last 8 sts, p1, w&t pwise.
o (P1, k1) to last 7 sts, w&t.
o (K1, p1) to last 11 sts, k1, w&t.
o (K1, p1) to last 10 sts, w&t pwise.
o (P1, k1) to last 14 sts, p1, w&t pwise.
o (P1, k1) to last 13 sts, w&t.
Row 48 (Eyelet Row): Sl 1 st kwise wyib, k1, (p1, k1) 3 times, sl m, k1, *yo, k2tog. Repeat from * to 1 st before marker, k1, sl m, (k1, p1) 4 times.
Rows 56 and 124: [...], k to last 4 sts, [...]
Row 62 (WS): [...] k to last 4 sts, kwtog at rem wrapped st along the way, sl m, (k1, p1) twice.
Short Rows 77/78 to 83/84: Add w&t at end of each row.
Some Row Numbers are missing because of the short row sequences. They are Rows 31, 57, and 112.
Row 90: Sl 1 st kwise wyib, k1, p1, k1, sl m, k1, *yo, k2tog. Repeat from * to last 8 sts, sl m, (k1, p1) 4 times.
Row 91: [...], k to last 5 sts, [...]
BAGATELLE: Latest Revision 29 May 2012
P4: Second Pattern Repeat, Row 3: There no “kwtog at wrapped st”. Just k11, w&t.
BLUSH: Latest Revision 30 April 2012
To Work a Gauge Swatch:
When thoroughly dry, [...]. The Mermaid Stitch portion (i.e., the 12 rows of the Mermaid Stitch Pattern only) should measure 15 cm./6 in. long.
CANDLES AT MID-WINTER: Latest Revision 18 Feb. 2014
P. 5 of individual pattern and p. 31 of e-book: Row 1 (RS): Sl 1 st pwise wyib, k14 (16, 18, 20), ssk, k1, turn work.
P. 6 of individual pattern and p. 32 of e-book: First Gusset Rnd in patt (Rnd 2 of Chart H).
CARMEN: Latest Revision 25 March 2014
P. 6: Row 3 should read: [...] Repeat from * to ** to 7 sts before next marker, yo, k1, k2tog, ssk, k1, yo, p1, yo, sl m, k1) 2 times. [..]
P. 6: Row 5 should read: [...] Sl m, yo, p2, repeat from * to ** to last 11 sts, [...]
P. 7: Next Row (RS)--Inc Row: Sl 1 st pwise wyif, k2, sl m, [yo, k1, *yo, k1, k2tog, ssk, k1, yo, kfb4 times. (Square bracket had been omitted in earlier version. [...]
P. 9: Row 25 (Chart C): Sl 1 st pwise wyif, k2, (sl m, yo, k1, *yo, k2tog, ssk, yo, k3**. [...]
COUNTERPOINT: Latest Revision 15 Oct. 2012
The Transition Rows after Chart B (for shawl--p. 6) and Chart F (for scarf--p. 11) should be in Stockinette Stitch. For the WS Row, after working the Garter Stitch border, purl across the remainder of the row.
CRESCENDO : Latest Revision 14 May 2012
P. 3: After each Short Row section, the Final Rows should each begin with a "sl 1 st pwise wyif".
DAPPLED: Latest Revision 04 March 2014
P. 2, under Written Directions for the Swatch Chart, Row 2 should read: K5, *p11, k6. Repeat from * to last 16 sts, p11, k5.
DISTANT HILLS: Latest Revision 23 December 2009
Written Directions for Chart: Rnd 1 should read, K3 in Colour C, *k24 in Colour B, k6 in Colour C.
IN THE COURTYARD: Latest Revision 31 August 2011
Chart B: Rows 3, 5, 7, and 9: ...work to last 12 sts...
Chart C: Row 1: ...work to last 8 sts...
Chart E: Rows 13, 15, 17, and 19: ...work to last 8 sts...
Chart F: Rows 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11: ...work to last 12 sts...
Chart I: Rows 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11: ...work to last 9 sts...
Chart J: Rows 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11: ...work to last 13 sts...
Left Front: Armhole shaping, after Row 8:
Dec 1 st right side as follows:
Next RS Row: Yo, k3, sl m,...
Finishing: Neckband: Return to the sts being held for the Left Front.
At top of RH column, same page: Pick up and knit 10 (12, 12, 14, 14, 18, 18) sts across the rem Left Shoulder...
IN THE GARDEN: Latest Revision 16 June 2009
The blacked-out squares in Charts A, B, C, D, and E = no stitch
IN THE PIAZZA: Latest Revision November 2008
After joining the round to work the collar-74 (86, 98) sts, work the collar rounds as follows:
Rnd 1: P across rnd.
Rnd 2: *K2tog, k to 2 sts before next marker, ssk, sl m. Repeat from * across rnd.
Work Rnds 1 and 2 for a total of 2 (3, 4) times.
Work Rnd 1 once more.
BO loosely pwise.
JULIETTE: Latest Revision 26 July 2011
P. 4: Top Layer:
After CO and before working Chart B, work a Foundation Row: K.
MERMAID: Latest Revision 19 March 2010
Yarn requirements: 410 m./450 yds. (575 m./630 yds.; 765 m./835 yds.) of double knitting or light worsted weight yarn
Page 2 (Page 3 on PDF's): TO WORK A GAUGE SWATCH
Change the CO sts to 30 sts.
K4, pm, k22, pm, k4.
Proceed with the gauge instructions as written. The finished swatch will measure 20 cm./8 in. in width.
When working the Mermaid Pattern Stitch in Row 2, at k2 after the first maker and before the last marker, do not knit the wraps. These are meant to be dropped. K only the original st.
Page 5 (page 6 on .pdf's): Final Border: Add: Work Row 1 of the Faggotting Stitch five times in total. Next Row (WS): Sl 1 pwise, k to end of row. Work Rows 1-8 (Rows 1-4) of the Mermaid Pattern Stitch once.
MID-ATLANTIC SHAWL : Latest Revision 04 June 2012
P. 3: Knitting Directions: With CC and 6.0 mm. (US 10) needles and using the Long-Tail Cast-On, CO 106 sts.
P. 4: Stitch count after Chart A and the 2 Transition Rows to Left Side = 150
P. 5: Stitch count after Chart B = 165; stitch count at end of project = 196
MIMI: Latest Revision 07 March 2011
P. 3, bottom page, right column: Leave these 25 (37) sts on a stitch holder.
P. 4: Lower Border, Row 4: Repeat from * to last 3 sts, k3.
MOORLAND: Latest Revision 01 Feb. 2010
Page 9 (p. 10 on .pdf's): Short Rows 5/6 to 9/10 inclusive: Starting with WS facing,...Delete paragraph beginning "Leave a generous length of yarn.." and move the entire paragraph to page 7 (p.8 on 'pdf's) to just before section heading "Joining Right Front to Back Shoulder".
Last paragraph on page: Pick up the yarn left over from the Right Front and with RS facing, work in est pattern across the neckline. The single sts from the 3-needle BO at each shoulder will be k sts. Work one WS row in est patt.
Page 11 (p. 12 on .pdf's): Seventh Inc Row (RS): Sl 1 pwise wyif, k3, sl m, k4, m1 kwise,...
MUSETTA: Latest Revision 03 June 2011
Yarn requirements have been changed: 850 m./930 yds (1300 m./1422 yds.)
ON THEWATERFRONT: Latest Revision 22 Jan. 2013
Page 8, Column 1, Row 7 should read: With CC1, sl 1 st pwise wyif, k2, sl m, (k2tog, yo) 5 times, k1, sl m. With MC, (ssk, k1, yo, k4) 2 (3, 4, 4) times, k28 (28, 35, 42), sl m, (ssk, k1, yo, k4) 2 times, sl m, k3.
RHINEMAIDEN: Latest Revision 03 June 2011
P. 7, Chart C: Rnd 9: K1, k3tog, k1, yo,...
Rnds 16, 18, 20, 22, and 24: K.
RIVER IN WINTER: Latest Revsion 27 Jan. 2014
Page 4, under "Knitter's Tip": Should read: ...each odd-numbered rnd,..."
RIVER MAIDEN: Latest Revision 29 November 2013
Page 11: Chart G, Row 11 should read: Row 11: K2, *ssk, k3, yo. Repeat from * to last 2 sts, k2.
Bottom of p. 11: Begin to work according to Chart H: Decrease Portion of Shawl (Left SIde).
SEA URCHIN: Latest Revision 17 June 2008
Page 4 (p. 5 on PDF's): After finishing all increases for the Left Sleeve, work in established pattern for 1 (1, 1, 3, 1, 3, 1) rows. End on a WS row (at either Row 8 or 16). Same page (Body, sentence before Neck Shaping):...you will end on either Row 4, Row 8, Row 12 or Row 16 of the Wave Stitch Pattern.
Marker placement after Body Sts are CO: The guiding principle is as follows, with RS facing: 2 (7, 5, 6, 7, 0, 2) selvedge sts, Marker 1 [...],Marker 2, 2 (7, 5, 6, 7, 0, 2) selvedge sts.
Page 5 (p. 6 on PDF's), para. just before Knitter's Tip: ..., you will end on either Row 4, Row 8, Row 12, or Row 16 of the Wave Stitch Pattern.
Same page: After completing the neck opening, continue in the established pattern for 14 (18, 14, 22, 22, 26, 30) rows.
Page 5-6 (p. 6-7 on PDF's): Right Sleeve (under image): Continue to work in the established pattern for 2 (2, 2, 4, 2, 4, 2) rows.
After all decs are completed for the Right Sleeve, continue to work in the established pattern for 5 (5, 9, 7, 9, 7, 7) rows. You will end on Row 6 or Row 14.
SMOCKED AND SMITTEN: Latest Revision 07 November 2015
Rnd 7: [...] Repeat to last 5 sts, p2. [...] Keep stitch marker in place while working the smocking, k1, p2, k2.
SUMMER IN THE CITY: Latest Revision May 2010
Rnds 42-59: [...] Continue alternating one k rnd with one p rnd until 18 rnds have been completed.
SUNBURNT: Latest Revsion 15 February 2017
Chart E has been revised for Rows 13-34. Contact me if you have an earlier version of the pattern and have not received the updated version.
TIDAL STREAMS: Latest Revision 04 May 2008
Page 5 (page 6 on PDF's): Revision to Chart B: (Changes are in bold.)
If you would like a revised Chart B, please contact me.
Row 1: Work as written to last 14 sts, k5, k2tog, sl m, continue as written.
Row 3: Work as written to last 13 sts, k4, k2tog, sl m, continue as written.
Row 5: Work as written to last 12 sts, k3, k2tog, sl m, continue as written.
Row 7: Work as written to last 11 sts, k2, k2tog, sl m, continue as written.
Row 9: Work as written to last 10 sts, k1, k2tog, sl m, continue as written.
Row 11: Work as written to last 9 sts, k2tog, sl m, continue as written.
Row 13: Work as written to first marker, sl m, kfb, (k5, yo, KS2P, yo) 2 (5) times, k5, yo, k2tog twice, sl m, continue as written.
Row 15: Work as written to last 15 sts, k6, k2tog, sl m, continue as written.
Row 16: Work as written to first marker (when knitting, this is actually Marker 2 when viewed from RS), sl m, k7, (p3, k5) 2 (5) times, k3, sl m, k7.
URBAN GODDESS: Latest Revision Nov. 2009
Page 1: On some printed copies, the Yarn Requirements are missing for the full-length wrap. They should read: 1100 m./1200 yds. (1500 m./1620 yds.; 1900 m./2050 yds.)
Page 2: Written Directions for Chart A Row 13: Sl 1, k4, *ssk, (yo, k2tog) twice, yo, k7, yo, (ssk, yo) twice, k2tog. Repeat from * to last 5 sts, k5.
Page 3: Some copies have a missing vertical line in Chart A, between sts no.9 and no. 10 of the beg pattern repeat.
Page 5 (or page 6 in earliest version): Written Directions for Chart B
Row 13: Sl 1, k8, yo, (ssk, yo) twice, k2tog, sl m; the rest of the row is correct.
Row 15: Sl 1, k3, *ssk, k4, (yo, ssk) 3 times, (yo, k2tog) twice, yo, k3, k2tog. Repeat from * to last 15 sts, k4, (yo, ssk) twice, yo, k6.
Row 31: Sl 1, k4, *ssk, (yo, k2tog) twice, yo, k3, k2tog, k4, (yo, ssk) twice, yo. Repeat from* to last 15 sts, ssk, yo, (k2tog, yo) twice, k9.
Page 10 (or page 9 in earliest version): Written Directions for Chart E
Row 13: Sl 1, k4, *ssk, (yo, k2tog) twice, yo, k7, yo, (ssk, yo) twice, k2tog. The rest of the row is corrrect.
Row 15: Delete the final k2tog in the Row.
Please adjust Charts A, B, and E according to the above directions and insert the missing k2tog in Row 13 in each instance.
WAVES OF LACE: Latest Revision September 2010
Page 1 (Page 2 on PDF's): Under Yarn Requirements: Scarf: 350 m./383 yds.
Row 1: Sl 1 pwise wyif, k3, remove marker, k12 (12, 12, 12, 18, 18, 18)...
Optional Short-Row Bust Shaping instructions apply to the Front only.
Page 9 (Page 10 on PDF's), Column 1: After the central BO for the neck (i.e., BO 23 (35, 35, 47, 47), the next line should
Turn work and work in the established pattern to the end of the row.