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Hipster Stripe Cardigan
4/21/12: There was a slight error in the stripe sequence on the sleeves which threw off the next few instructions. The pattern has been updated to correct the problem, and the new version of the pattern is called Hipster Stripe v2. If you have version 1 of the pattern, use the “Contact” link above to send a message and I’ll email you the updated version.
Give ‘Em the Slip Mitts
12/14/13: Pattern has been updated to correct a slight error. Round 8 of the Traveling Oval pattern was missing a “p1” before the final “k20 (23) to end of round.” The corrected pattern is labeled v2.
1/11/14: Pattern has been updated to correct an error in the stitch pattern directions (Rounds 2-5 of the pattern should be exactly the same, with the slipped stitches continued on each row). The new version of the pattern is called SoCalHat.v2. If you have version 1 of the pattern, use the “Contact” link above to send a message and I’ll email you the updated version.
11/18/15: The written instructions for Row 10 of the Cross Pattern should read p2, [k2, p2] to end. This error has been corrected in version 2 of the pattern (labeled Aureate Scarf.v2.pdf).
12/1/15: The Pattern Set-Up Row for the lower body has the cable patterns switched. The correct sequence should be to first work Row 1 of the Right Ribbed Mock Cable, then the Left Ribbed Mock Cable, then the Right Ribbed Mock Cable, then the Left Ribbed Mock Cable.
12/17/16: The pattern has been updated to correct where to start picking up stitches for the Bottom Band. This should say to begin picking up at the top left corner of the cable band, right next to the sts that were just placed on a holder. This error has been corrected in version two of the pattern (labeled KeelbackHat.v2.pdf).
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
It’s possible to add buttons the whole way down the front of the sweater, if you don’t mind doing a little math. If you’re interested, send me an email or use the “Contact” link above, and I’ll send you the instructions.
A photo tutorial for the purl lifted increase (PLI) can be found here (scroll down to “Right Lifted Increase, Purl”).
Daisy Cloche and Mittens
A photo tutorial for the Daisy Pattern is available on my blog here.