The Knitter Issue 124 errata

15th June 2018

Burdock

In the sleeve shaping, the dec round should be worked after the 5 (5:5:5:3) rounds straight, not before as printed:

Work 7 (7:7:7:5) rounds straight.

Work dec round.

Repeat last 8 (8:8:8:6) rounds 12 (6:3:0:15) more times.

Work 5 (5:5:5:3) rounds straight.

Work dec round.

Repeat last 6 (6:6:6:4) rounds 1 (9:13:17:4) more times.

 

Malmesbury

SLEEVES

Work the first 4 rib rows printed.

Change to 5mm needles.

Note, read ahead, increases are made AT THE SAME TIME as st st and rev st st stripe pattern.

Inc row: Patt 3, M1, patt to last 3 sts, M1, patt 3. 2 sts inc’d.


St st and rev st st stripe pattern

Row 1: K10 (12:14:16), work across Row 1 of patt panel, K10 (12:14:16).


Row 2: P10 (12:14:16), work across Row 2 of patt panel, P10 (12:14:16).

Row 3: K10 (12:14:16), work across Row 3 of patt panel, K10 (12:14:16).


Row 4: P10 (12:14:16), work across Row 4 of patt panel, P10 (12:14:16).

Row 5: K10 (12:14:16), work across Row 5 of patt panel, K10 (12:14:16).


Row 6: K10 (12:14:16), work across Row 6 of patt panel, K10 (12:14:16).

Row 7: P10 (12:14:16), work across Row 7 of patt panel, P10 (12:14:16).


Row 8: K10 (12:14:16), work across Row 8 of patt panel, K10 (12:14:16).

Row 9: P10 (12:14:16), work across Row 9 of patt panel, P10 (12:14:16).


Row 10: K10 (12:14:16), work across Row 10 of patt panel, K10 (12:14:16).

These 10 rows set the 30-st patt panel and set the 10-row st st and rev st st stripes at sides of panel.

Work in 10 row st st and rev st st stripe pattern, AT THE SAME TIME working inc row on Row 5 and every foll 4th row, 10 times.


Ginevra

Front and Back – main pattern section
Note on measuring the piece, after the instructions that read:

“Rep last 4 rows until garment measures 73 (73:75:75:77) cm, measured along the decrease line and ending after a Row 2.”
[(These are the measurements after blocking (see blocking diagram) – one can’t measure this before as this garment “needs very firm blocking” and the tension is vastly different before and after blocking.)]

Armhole edging
Using 3.75mm circular needles and yarn A, starting at the underarm with RS facing, pick up and knit 58 (61:64:67:70) to shoulder, pick up and knit 58 (61:64:67:70) to underarm.
116 (122:128:134:140) sts.

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