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Studio Linen collection errata

4th October 2016

Whilst we take every care to check and double check all our patterns – sometimes errors do occur…

Sorrento

pattern page 2, column 1

make 

back
line 17 , should read:
Inc 1 st, as above, at both ends of every foll 8th row until 84(89:94:99:104) sts.

 

Ravello 

measurements
                                          s                   m                   l                      xl                       xxl  
finished chest       94cm           99cm           104cm        110cm           116cm
                                      47in             49.5in           52in             55in               58in
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gossypium cotton baby collection errata

4th July 2016

Whilst we take every care to check and double check all our patterns – sometimes errors do occur…

Jammy & Dodger

Jammy 
page 4, column 2

left front
shape sleeve
Next row: K3, M1, K to end of row.

 

 

Dodger
page 6, column 1

materials
ONLY 3.75mm/ US 5 needles are required for the entire pattern

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erika knight for John Lewis – Errata

8th December 2015

Whilst we do take every care to check and double check all of our patterns during production, unfortunately, very occasionally, mistakes do occur.

Weekender sweater

Page 1, Column 2, last 2 lines, should read:
Beg with a K row, cont in St st across all sts until work meas 48(49:50)cm from cast on edge, ending with RS facing for next row.

Little hat and leg warmers

Size
Little hat
To fit approx age 12-18 months.
Make
Little hat
Should read: Using A cast on 70(74:78:82) sts and work in rib as foll: 

 

Books Errata

Basic Crochet Stitches

2nd September 2015

Featuring an inspirational collection of 250 stitches, Basic Crochet Stitches is sure to inspire your designs to new levels. From a simple Corded Ridge to a textured Flying Shell stitch, a lacy Doubled Lattice design to a classic Crumpled Ripple, each swatch is accompanied by a full-colour photograph with clear and concise pattern instructions.

The Harmony Guides have been tried-and-true references for hand-crafters for more than thirty years. Whether you’re a beginner crocheter or a seasoned expert, the new Harmony Guides are an invaluable edition to your crochet library.

  • 250 beautifully photographed stitches made in the latest yarns and desirable colours.
  • Comprehensive basics section and tips to get you started.
  • A one-stop stitch source for crocheters of all skill levels.
Books Errata

Lace & Eyelet Stitches

2nd September 2015

An inspirational collection of 250 stitches and their patterns set to elevate your knitting projects to new heights. From simple Swinging Triangles to more complex Butterfly Lace, a classic Leaf Panel to a favourite  Florette Pattern, each stitch features a full-colour photograph with clear and concise pattern instructions.

The Harmony Guides have been longstanding references for hand-crafters for more than thirty years. Whether you’re a designer or a knitting enthusiast, beginner or experienced knitter, the new Harmony Guides will keep you in ‘stitches’ for years to come.

  • 250 beautifully photographed sticthes made in the latest yarns and desirable colours.
  • Invaluable basics section and tips to get you started.
  • All stitches have been tried and tested to guarantee accurate results.
Books Errata

Crochet Stitch Motifs

2nd September 2015

Featuring an inspirational collection of 250 stitches, Crochet Stitch Motifs is an indispensable reference for crochet enthusiasts. From a Popcorn Trefoil and a Two-Tone Hexagon to a Fanning Points Motif and Openwork Cross, each of the stitches can be easily used as a foundation for bags, blankets, embellishments and much more. Each stitch features a full-colour photograph, chart and easy-to-follow instructions.

The Harmony Guides have been tried-and-true references for hand-crafters for more than thirty years. Whether you’re a beginner crocheter or a seasoned expert, Crochet Stitch Motifs is an invaluable addition to your crochet library.

  • 250 beautifully photographed stitches made in the latest yarns and desirable colours.
  • Invaluable basics section and tips to get you started.
  • A one-stop stitch source for crocheters of all skill levels.
Books Errata

Cable & Aran Stitches

2nd September 2015

An inspirational collection of 250 stitches and their patterns set to elevate your knitted projects to new heights. From a simple Folded Cable to a more complex Honeycomb Cable, a classic Lattice to a favourite Wandering Cable, each stitch features a full-colour photograph with clear and concise pattern instructions.

The Harmony Guides have been longstanding references for hand crafters for more than thirty years. Whether you’re a designer or a knitting enthusiast, beginner or experienced knitter, the new Harmony Guides will keep you in ‘stitches’ for years to come.

  • 250 beautifully photographed stitches made in the latest yarns and desirable colours.
  • Invaluable basics section and tips to get you started.
  • All stitches have been tried and tested to guarantee accurate results.
Books Errata

Knit & Purl Stitches

2nd September 2015

An inspirational collection of 250 stitches and their patterns set to elevate your knitted projects to new heights. From a simple Garter stitch to a more complex Fancy Diamond, a classic Basketweave to a favourite Ridged Rib, each stitch features a full-colour photograph with clear and concise pattern instructions.

The Harmony Guides have been longstanding references for hand-crafters for more than thirty years. Wether you’re a designer or a knitting enthusiast, beginner or experienced knitter, the new Harmony Guides will keep you in ‘stitches’ for years to come.

  • 250 beautifully photograohed stitches made in the latest yarns and desirable colours.
  • Invaluable basics section and tips to get you started.
  • All stitches have been tried and tested to guarantee accurate results.
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Design Leaflets errata

26th August 2015

Whilst we take every care to check and double check all our patterns – sometimes errors do occur…

Project 12 Cable Stitch Maxi Sweater

Column 1, line 24. delete:  41[46:51]cm/16[18:20]in.
Column 2, line 27 should read: Row 3: K3[5:7], the rest of the row is correct.
Column 2, line 32 should read: k6, p1, k2, p1, C6F, p1, k3[5:7]. The p1 after C6F is missing from the pattern.

Project 26 Rib Wrap Cardigan

Make
Should read: With 12mm / US 17 needles cast on…
Books Errata

Simple Knits for Little Cherubs

20th August 2015

A collection of classic, vintage-style knits for little children, aged two to five years old. Not only are the designs quick to make, they are great to wear. In Simple Knits for Little Cherubs, Erika Knight has created a brilliant array of easy-to-knit projects in soft, comfortable yarns that are ideally suited to delicate, sensitive, young skin. The colour palette is deliberately retro in feel: muted soft tones of oatmeal and charcoal in marled wools, old-rose pinks and soft lavender blues, with the occasional bolder statement in black and cream.

The designs feature beautiful but subtle, finishing details that turn the garments into classics: delicate picot edges to hems, fully fashioned increases and decreases on armholes and necklines, and garter-stitch trims to pockets or sleeves. Little touches of colour and pattern – a tip of colour on the cuff of a mitten or a simple, Fairisle-style border, perhaps, above the hem of a cardigan – give the garments individuality and nostalgic appeal. These little sweaters, tops and cardigans, hats, scarves and mittens, and simple knitted toy animals, will be passed on in the family, creating heirlooms to treasure long after the little cherubs have flown the nest!

Based in just two basic stitches – stocking stitch and garter stitch – the majority of projects are within the scope of even the most inexperienced knitter.

Errata

Simple Socks

p.97, column 2, line 12 (which is missing), should read:

Join leg and foot seams.

Fluffy Bolero

p.44, column 2, line 5, should read:

Continue until work mess 23(25.5: 28)cm / 9(10:11)in.

p.45, Back, line 9, should read:

Work rows 1 and 2 three times more.