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Issue 64


Slumber (Handknitted for Baby) (page 30)

There is a correction to the buttonhole band, as the buttonhole actually requires four sts, not three.

Row 8 (RS, buttonhole): k2, * work One row butttonhole over next four sts [follow the Special abbreviations as written], k8, rep from * 6 (8) times more, work One row buttonhole over next four sts, k2, k to next marker, k2, * work One row buttonhole over next four sts, k8, rep from * 6 (8) times more, work One row buttonhole over next four sts, k2


Aimee (page 26)

On the Top Border there is an asterisk missing on the cast-off row. It should read:
"Cast off one st, * sl st from RH to LH needle, cast on two sts, cast off five sts, rep from * until one st rem, cut yarn and fasten off"


Daisy (Handknitted for Baby) (page 26)

These measurements were taken from the schematic, which gives the flat measurements rather than those around the body. They need to be doubled in the case of the chest and 'width at base' measurements
The special abbreviation for the cluster st is missing instructions for the first two sizes. It should read:
[wyif sl next st, dropping extra wraps] 4 (4, 5, 5) times, [yb, sl 4 (4, 5, 5) sts back to LH needle, wyif sl 4 (4, 5, 5) to RH needle] twice


Samson (Handknitted for Baby) (page 38)

There were some issues with this pattern regarding the instructions for Dividing for the fronts, and the Left and Right front sections, please email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for full corrected text.


Jacaranda (page 80)

Row 26 should read: p to end. 52 sts


Jessie (Handknitted for Baby) (page 16)

After the eight pattern rows for the Back, the stocking stitch section should begin with a k row


Verna (page 82)

On Shape Sleeve Cap, the decreases should be worked at each end of the row, not just at the beginning as originally stated.

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