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Logo: The Embraceable You Collection


Corrections for The Embraceable You Collection

The corrections apply to the designs Pandora, Qin, Shawn, Ares, Zarah and Isolde.

Pandora, p. 9:
Bobble: knit 5 sts into one st by working into front, back, front, back, front. On the following row, purl these 5 sts tog.

  
Qin, p. 12 and 16:

Bobble: knit 5 sts into one st by working into front, back, front, back, front. On the following row, purl these 5 sts tog.

  
Shawn, p. 20:

Sleeves
...set up the ribbing pattern as follows: (WS): Edge st, purl 2 (3) 3 (4) 5, k1, repeat from * in the ribbing pattern above, ending with k1, p 2 (3) 3 (4) 5, edge st (this substitutes for row 2 in the ribbing pattern).

  
Shawn Cap p. 21, 3rd row from the end:
... = 11 (12) sts.

  
Ares, p. 26:

Sleeves
The welt pattern starts at the same time as the raglan shaping.

  
Zarah, p 30:
I intended to have an explanation for the chart, but somehow it got lost:
The arrows in the chart mark the starting point for each piece, and points to a stitch which should be worked as an edge st.
  So, for the back, you start and end the piece with a half arrow panel inside the edge st. For the fronts, you need the same half arrow panel at the sides as well, They will create a whole arrow panel when they meet at the seam. At the front edge on the other hand you want a whole arrow panel inside the edge st.


Isolde, p. 52:
Back
I've miscalculated the number of decreases at the end of the cable pattern. To keep the rest of the pattern correct, skip the decreases in the outermost cable at each side for symmetry.

  
   I'm sorry!
   Elsebeth Lavold

 


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