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Issue 16

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Erin (page 70)

The references to yarn A and B in the pattern should be reversed so that you initially decrease with the yellow and increase with the green. When you have two stitches of the yellow remaining, work to the end of the row and join in the yellow at this end so that the next time you work Row 2 you will begin to increase the yellow. The finished shawl is longer than it seems whilst on the needles because it stretches on the bias stitch.

 

Adina (page 20)

There appear to be a couple of errors in this pattern unfortunately, as follows:

DECREASE RND
There is an instruction missing. Having working the decrease rnd you should then work 24 rnds

Divide for front
Please ignore the instruction 'k82' in line three

Apologies for any inconvenience caused

 

Gorgeous (page 54)

Fronts
The designer has suggested an amendment as follows:

Start with the same row number in the sequence as the one you last knitted (the pattern states to start with the next row)

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Issue 16

Erin (page 70)

The references to yarn A and B in the pattern should be reversed so that you initially decrease with the yellow and increase with the green. When you have two stitches of the yellow remaining, work to the end of the row and join in the yellow at this end so that the next time you work Row 2 you will begin to increase the yellow. The finished shawl is longer than it seems whilst on the needles because it stretches on the bias stitch.

Adina (page 20)

There appear to be a couple of errors in this pattern unfortunately, as follows:

DECREASE RND
There is an instruction missing. Having working the decrease rnd you should then work 24 rnds

Divide for front
Please ignore the instruction 'k82' in line three

Apologies for any inconvenience caused

Gorgeous (page 54)

Fronts
The designer has suggested an amendment as follows:

Start with the same row number in the sequence as the one you last knitted (the pattern states to start with the next row)