Dear readers, sometimes we accidentally publish an error in a pattern. This could be due to my having mistakenly failed to use the most recent version of a file*, or it could simply be due to more basic human error. (Occasionally, it's due to the wild-eyed gnomes that run the code of the site and sometimes mess with things just to keep us on our toes**.) The wonder of the World Wide Web, of course, is that mistakes can be corrected right away. Phew!

When I correct an error in a pattern, or even if I just add some text to clarify a potentially confusing bit, the correction will show up in orange text. This is to indicate to people who have already read, printed, or even begun crocheting the pattern that something has changed.

So. If you're working on a pattern and you hit a snag you think isn't due to pilot error, please check the pattern page first to see if there have been any corrections added.

* This is why most of the Two Traveling Bags patterns are orange. My bad.
** Those pesky gnomes really did a job on the fractions in the Daisy skirt. My apologies for not catching it right away.

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6 thoughts on “Errata

  1. hey kim……..funny you should mention errata….i was working on the cozy webby sweater and my gauge was wayyyyyy off according to the schematics. i couldnt see a gauge on the pattern. any tips? i was not too bad on the length but the row gauge was really off. thanks!

  2. Hi!

    I really love the book. Can you look into the Cocoon Bag instructions? I find some of the instructions a bit confusing, mainly about making the flowers. Also, which hook size do you recommend if you substitute strong fingering-weight yarn instead of the hemp?



  3. I have a question re: the mesmerize sweater. I was on round 4 of the motif and it said there was supposed to be 40 sts at the end of the round….however, just doing the math, I came up with only 26….could you pls help….