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wys-spinners
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Issue 02

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Ninja (page 64)

When you pick up stitches for the gusset the pattern states you should have 82 sts but this should actually read 72 sts

 

Faylinn (page 12)

Stripe Sequence for Faylinn
Back and Front

Rows 1 to 4 – Yarn C
Rows 5 to 8 – Yarn D
Rows 9 to 18 – Yarn E
Rows 19 to 22 – Yarn B
Rows 23 to 32 – Yarn E
Rows 33 to 36 – Yarn F
Rows 37 to 40 – Yarn G
Rows 41 to 50 – Yarn E
Rows 51 to 54 – Yarn A
Rows 55 to 64 – Yarn E

Use this stripe sequence for the front and the back of the garment

 

Puds (page 46)

Measurements and sizes: Fits standard egg cup

Puds Pattern:

Using dark brown yarn cast on 40sts and work 4 rows in garter stitch
Row 5-15: Work in st st, starting with a k row
Row 16: purl, at the same time increase 8 sts evenly across row (48sts)

Change to Topping colour

Row 17: (k4, k2tog) rep to end (40sts)
Row 18: (p3, p2tog) rep to end (32sts)
Row 19: (k2, k2tog) rep to end (24sts)
Row 20: (p1, p2tog) rep to end (16sts)
Row 21: (k2tog) rep to end (8sts)

Break yarn and thread through remaining 8sts.

To make Holly:
Using green cast on 8sts
Row 1: p3, (inc1) twice, p3 (10sts)
Row 2: knit
Row 3: k1, (yrn, k2tog) 4 times, k1 (10sts)
Row 4: knit Row 5: p3, (p2tog) twice, p3 (8sts)
Cast off

Fold Holly leaves in half lengthways then in half again along folded edge, and sew along seams to form shape.

To make Berry:

Cast on 10sts
Row 1-3: st st
Cast off

Roll up long ways and gather top and bottom to form Berry.

Make up:
Sew side seam of Pudding using loose ends.
Attach Holly & Berry to top of Pudding using loose ends.

 

Jasmine (page 16)

Due to the age of this pattern we are no longer able to work out the exact correction, however, the pattern below will give a similar effect

Note: Where pattern states dl (drop loop), drop the second loop of the double yo of the previous row off the needle.

Row 1: k3, *(yo) twice, k2 tog, k3; rep from * to end
Row 2: k5, *dl, (yo) twice, k2 tog, k3; rep from *, end the last rep with a k1 instead of a k3
Row 3: k3, * dl, k2tog, k1, (yo) twice, k2; rep to end
Row 4: k3, *dl, (yo) twice, k2 tog, k3; rep from * to end
Repeat rows 2 - 4 to create pattern

 Back to pattern updates
Issue 02

Ninja (page 64)

When you pick up stitches for the gusset the pattern states you should have 82 sts but this should actually read 72 sts

Faylinn (page 12)

Stripe Sequence for Faylinn
Back and Front

Rows 1 to 4 – Yarn C
Rows 5 to 8 – Yarn D
Rows 9 to 18 – Yarn E
Rows 19 to 22 – Yarn B
Rows 23 to 32 – Yarn E
Rows 33 to 36 – Yarn F
Rows 37 to 40 – Yarn G
Rows 41 to 50 – Yarn E
Rows 51 to 54 – Yarn A
Rows 55 to 64 – Yarn E

Use this stripe sequence for the front and the back of the garment

Puds (page 46)

Measurements and sizes: Fits standard egg cup

Puds Pattern:

Using dark brown yarn cast on 40sts and work 4 rows in garter stitch
Row 5-15: Work in st st, starting with a k row
Row 16: purl, at the same time increase 8 sts evenly across row (48sts)

Change to Topping colour

Row 17: (k4, k2tog) rep to end (40sts)
Row 18: (p3, p2tog) rep to end (32sts)
Row 19: (k2, k2tog) rep to end (24sts)
Row 20: (p1, p2tog) rep to end (16sts)
Row 21: (k2tog) rep to end (8sts)

Break yarn and thread through remaining 8sts.

To make Holly:
Using green cast on 8sts
Row 1: p3, (inc1) twice, p3 (10sts)
Row 2: knit
Row 3: k1, (yrn, k2tog) 4 times, k1 (10sts)
Row 4: knit Row 5: p3, (p2tog) twice, p3 (8sts)
Cast off

Fold Holly leaves in half lengthways then in half again along folded edge, and sew along seams to form shape.

To make Berry:

Cast on 10sts
Row 1-3: st st
Cast off

Roll up long ways and gather top and bottom to form Berry.

Make up:
Sew side seam of Pudding using loose ends.
Attach Holly & Berry to top of Pudding using loose ends.

Jasmine (page 16)

Due to the age of this pattern we are no longer able to work out the exact correction, however, the pattern below will give a similar effect

Note: Where pattern states dl (drop loop), drop the second loop of the double yo of the previous row off the needle.

Row 1: k3, *(yo) twice, k2 tog, k3; rep from * to end
Row 2: k5, *dl, (yo) twice, k2 tog, k3; rep from *, end the last rep with a k1 instead of a k3
Row 3: k3, * dl, k2tog, k1, (yo) twice, k2; rep to end
Row 4: k3, *dl, (yo) twice, k2 tog, k3; rep from * to end
Repeat rows 2 - 4 to create pattern