We're sorry, we have found a problem with the chart in the Butterfly Blue socks in issue 110.
We included our standard text for 'How to use our charts' but that's designed for when you're knitting flat, and these socks are knitted in the round.
So the row numbers are right on the chart, but you should ignore all the references to wrong side rows.
Every row on the chart is read from right to left, the empty squares are always knit, and the black circle symbol is always purl.
There's also a couple of corrections for the Double the Fun tea cosy and hat pattern.
Double the Fun Tea cosy, after Decrease row 2, there should be another row that reads:
Next row K3, P8, K11, P8, K3.
And Row 5 should read:
K2, P1, K2, C4F, K2, P1, *K1, P1; rep from * to last 11 sts, K2, C4F, K2, P1, K2.
In the Double the Fun hat pattern
Row 3 should read: P1, K1, P1, k2tog, yo, K1, *P1, K1; rep from * for 30 sts, P2, K2, C4F, K2, P2, K8.
All the "inc1" instructions in this pattern should be worked as M1, NOT knit into the next stitch twice.
Front and back section
There was a typo in this section when you are increasing. It should read:
Continue to inc as set every 6(8:8:10) rows 6(13;4;13)times then every 8(0:10:0) times.
Colour Pop crochet - Flower brooch
We have a correction as follows:
Row 1 Work a dc in to the 5th ch from the hook (counts as 1 ch, 1dc and 2ch sp), (2 ch, miss 1 ch, 1dc into next ch) rep to end of row, work 1 dc into last ch.
Row 2 Ch 2 (counts as 1 htr), work 1htr, 3 tr, 2 htr into the 2 ch sp, *(2htr, 3tr, 2htr) into next 2 ch sp, rep from * into the six 2 ch sp, then **(1 htr, 3tr, 1 htr) in to the next 2 ch sp, rep from ** to end of row, to the end of the row.
Fasten off yarn.
We also have an error in the needle reviews on page 79: we've said that number 3 is Clover Takumi, when they're clearly KnitPro Symfonie DPNs! Oops... sorry about that.
In issue 110 we also showed you a lovely knitted necklace by Sarah Montie Handknits. Unfortunately you can't actually buy the pattern from the link we provided. Instead, visit www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sea-lace or http://www.etsy.com/shop/Sarahmontie.