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Designer Notes & Corrections
August 2010 Issue

AUGUST 2010
Issue 168

PROJECT 8: Strawberry Pie Shawlette

STITCH GLOSSARY
Clarification:
RL-inc (Right-Lifted Increase) Pull up and knit a stitch in the right leg of the stitch below the next stitch on the LH ndl.
LL-inc (Left-Lifted Increase) Pull up and knit a stitch in the left leg of the second stitch below the last stitch knitted (which will be on the RH ndl).


Click here for a free downloadable PDF of the corrected chart.
Project 12: Summer Sweetheart Pullover
The written instructions for the Hourglass Eyelet Chart are correct. Please click here for the corrected copy of the chart to match the written instructions.
PROJECT 19: Tweed Jacket

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
  • Bust 32 (35, 38, 42, 47, 52)”
  • Length 18.5 (19.5, 21, 22.5, 23.5, 24.5)”
  • Upper Arm 14 (14.5, 14.5, 15, 16, 17)”
MATERIALS
3 (3, 3, 4, 4, 5) 56 g (120 yd) skeins Prism Yarns Tencel Tape (100% Tencel) color # 603 (A)
3 (3, 3, 4, 4, 5) 56 g (120 yd) skeins Prism Yarns Tencel Tape (100% Tencel) color # 402 (B)
3 (3, 3, 4, 4, 5) 56 g (130 yd) skeins Prism Yarns Manhattan (46% nylon, 30% cotton, 24% rayon) color Highlands (C)

Project 23 — Ribbed Cardigan

SLEEVE
Ribbed Hem

CO 60 (64, 68, 70, 72) sts in 1x1 rib. T5/5. Rib 38 rows.
Arm
Transfer all sts to main bed. T8. Inc 1 st each side, k6 (6, 6, 6, 5, 4)r, 17 (19, 20, 23, 10)x. (Size XL only: Inc 1 st, k5r, 16x.) 94 (102, 108, 116, 124) sts. Continue to knit even to RC 156 (164, 164, 164, 168), while at the same time, at RC 103 (111, 110, 108, 109), transfer every 4th st to ribber for 3x1 rib.

Project 33 Portland Tweed Jacket

CABLE PANEL-Body
Note: Chart is correct as published in the magazine on page 137
Row 17: P1, *K4, P1; P2, T4B, T3F, P2, T3B, P3, T3F, P2, T3B, T4F, P2; P1, K4, P1
Project 37 Bobble Baby Bootees & Hat

Project 37A: Bootees
The wrap around the top of the bootee is vertical, not horizontal.
Row 6: (K2, wrap skein tightly around knitting twice, pulling tight after each wrap, K3) rep to end.

In order to clarify this: The wrap takes the skein over the top of the knitted piece, then goes down behind the knitted piece, and then up the front to the stitch being knitted twice. This is a vertical wrap around the rows worked, not a horizontal wrap around the stitches just worked.

Row 54: K4, (MB, K4) rep to end.
Row 55: Ssk, K33, K2tog, pm, ssk, K33, K2tog [70 sts].
Rows 56–66: Knit.
Row 67: Ssk, K31, K2tog, slm, ssk, K31, K2tog [66 sts].
Row 68: Knit.
Row 69: Ssk, K29, K2tog, slm, ssk, K29, K2tog [62 sts].
Row 70: K29, K2tog, remove marker, ssk, knit to end [60 sts].
Transfer first 30 sts to free needle.
Join bottom of bootee with Kitcheners stitch (WS facing) or 3-Ndl BO Method (RS facing).

Project 37B: Hat

The wrap around the top of the hat is vertical, not horizontal.
Rnd 6: (K2, wrap skein tightly around knitting twice, pulling tight after each wrap, K3) rep to end.
In order to clarify this: The wrap takes the skein over the top of the knitted piece, then goes down behind the knitted piece, and then up the front to the stitch being knitted twice. This is a vertical wrap around the rnds worked, not a horizontal wrap around the stitches just worked.