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The UK's Bestselling Knitting Magazine

Christmas-17-BP
Christmas-17-BP

Issue 78

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Sunny (page 17)

For the e-reader cosy, the Chart should be repeated until the work meas 19cm, ending after a WS row

 

Gladys (page 13)

We have been informed that some parts of the duck are not in proportion. We apologise for the errors in this pattern.
Here are the amendments:

HEAD
Work just seven rows without shaping, instead of 13 rows

BODY
Using 5mm needles and yarn A, cast on eight sts
[] Work two rows st st
[] Next Row: Inc in each st to end. 16 sts
[] Work five rows st st
[] Next Row: * k1, inc in next st * rep from * to * to end. 24 sts
[] Work three rows st st
[] Next Row: * k2, inc in next st * rep from * to * to end. 32 sts
[] Work three rows in st st
[] Next row: * k3, inc in next st, rep from * to end. 40 sts
[] Work ten rows st st
[] Next row: * k3, k2tog, rep from * to end. 32 sts
[] Work three rows in st st
[] Next Row: * k2, k2tog * rep from * to * to end. 24 sts
[] Work five rows st st
[] Next Row: * k1, k2tog * rep from * to * to end. 16 sts
[] Work five rows st st
[] Next Row: k2tog to end. Eight sts
[] Cast off (this is neck edge)

WINGS
Work 12 rows without shaping for both sizes, giving 24 (28) rows in total before beginning the decreases

 

Springtime (page 94)

The chick's wings were accidentally omitted. Here are the instructions:
Using 3mm hook and same yarn as chicks’ body, make a magic ring
[] Work 6dc into ring. Six sts
[] Rnd 1: 2dc in each st to end. 12 sts
[] Rnds 2-4: 1dc in each st to end
[] Fasten off
Sew the opening at the bottom closed. Sew in place either side of the chicks’ body. Weave in and cut off any loose ends

 Back to pattern updates
Issue 78

Sunny (page 17)

For the e-reader cosy, the Chart should be repeated until the work meas 19cm, ending after a WS row

Gladys (page 13)

We have been informed that some parts of the duck are not in proportion. We apologise for the errors in this pattern.
Here are the amendments:

HEAD
Work just seven rows without shaping, instead of 13 rows

BODY
Using 5mm needles and yarn A, cast on eight sts
[] Work two rows st st
[] Next Row: Inc in each st to end. 16 sts
[] Work five rows st st
[] Next Row: * k1, inc in next st * rep from * to * to end. 24 sts
[] Work three rows st st
[] Next Row: * k2, inc in next st * rep from * to * to end. 32 sts
[] Work three rows in st st
[] Next row: * k3, inc in next st, rep from * to end. 40 sts
[] Work ten rows st st
[] Next row: * k3, k2tog, rep from * to end. 32 sts
[] Work three rows in st st
[] Next Row: * k2, k2tog * rep from * to * to end. 24 sts
[] Work five rows st st
[] Next Row: * k1, k2tog * rep from * to * to end. 16 sts
[] Work five rows st st
[] Next Row: k2tog to end. Eight sts
[] Cast off (this is neck edge)

WINGS
Work 12 rows without shaping for both sizes, giving 24 (28) rows in total before beginning the decreases

Springtime (page 94)

The chick's wings were accidentally omitted. Here are the instructions:
Using 3mm hook and same yarn as chicks’ body, make a magic ring
[] Work 6dc into ring. Six sts
[] Rnd 1: 2dc in each st to end. 12 sts
[] Rnds 2-4: 1dc in each st to end
[] Fasten off
Sew the opening at the bottom closed. Sew in place either side of the chicks’ body. Weave in and cut off any loose ends