Please, no one tell my husband, but I’m not always perfect.  Since he doesn’t knit, I’m fairly sure I’ve been able to keep him in the dark about this.  You, however, are a knitter, so I’ll ‘fess up.  Corrections to my patterns are listed below.

Cabled Leg Warmers:

If you are having problems with this pattern, please get in touch.  A fellow knitter recently spotted a mistake, and I’m digging in and re-knitting to get this figured out.

Lattice Bunting:

Row 7 of knitting in the round should read as:  *K2, sl1, K1*.  At the end of the round remove the marker, K2, replace marker.  You have just moved the the start of the round two stitches to the left.

Cabled Earflap Cap for Children and Adults:

Page 2, Earflap Rows 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, and 29 should read as:  *k1, p1* twice, p2(3), k1, p6, k1, p2(3), *k1, p1* twice.

Page 3, Knitting in the Round Rows 7-10 should read as:  *k6, p1, k2(3), p1* around.

Page 3, Knitting in the Round Row 11 should read as:  *lc, p1, k2(3), p1* around.


BlueLime Knit Cap purchased prior to 9.25.13

There is a misprint in Row 1 of the Newborn size.  It should read as follows:  *k6, ssk and pass, yo, k1, yo, p2, yo, k1, yo, sl 1 –k2tog– psso, k6, p2, lc, p2, k6, ssk and pass, yo, k1, yo, p2, yo, k1, yo, sl 1 –k2tog–psso, k6, p1* repeat.


Cabled Earflap Knit Cap purchased prior to 9.10.12

Rows 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, and 29 of the Earflap should read *k1, p1* twice, p 2(3), k1, p6, k1, p 2(3), *k1, p1* twice.

Row 1 of knitting in the round for Newborn: Start by knitting across the earflap with the active yarn as follows *p1, k1* twice, k2(3), p1, k6, p1, k2(3), *p1, k1* twice, cast on 20(22) sts.  Knit across second earflap as follows  *p1, k1* twice, k2(3), p1, k6, p1, k2(3), *p1, k1* twice, cast on 20(22) sts.  Place marker and join for knitting in the round.  80 (88) sts.  (in making this change, rows 2-5 will need the first moss stitch section to repeat 14 times and the last 12 times).

For both size hats, continue in pattern until right before the fifth cable row from the forehead.

The Aran Cabled Baby Bunting purchased prior to 10.07.11

The error I accidentally wrote into the pattern can be corrected in one of two ways.

1.  For the Collar, cast on only 20sts and proceed as the pattern is written.

2.  Alternatively, if you’d prefer the slightly broader collar, use these directions instead (you will have enough yarn!):

Cast on 22 sts.  I use a crochet cast-on for this piece as it assures that the cast-on and bind-off ends of the collar will look the same as each other.
Rows 1 and 3:  *k2, p2* across, end k2
Row 2:  *p2, k2* across, end p2
Repeat Rows 1-3 until 30 inches long.  For the best looking finish, end having just finished row 2 of the pattern repeat.
Bind off in pattern.

2 thoughts on “Errata

  1. Hi Jess, I have just downloaded your Lattice hunting, and being an Aussie, your terminology is a little different to mine so there are a couple of rows I’m a little unsure of:
    Row 4 : Sl2, drop, sl2 back, k dropped, k3
    I assume sl2 means slip 2, then drop 1, – not sure what you mean by sl2 back – then knit the dropped stitch?
    Later when decreasing for the Toe area you have:
    Row 1 – k2, ssk?? Not sure what ssk is
    I haven’t done any knitting for about 10 years but looking forward to getting back into it and look forward to your response cheers Ros

  2. Hi Ros,

    The two stitches you first slip, you put(slip) back on the working needle when directed. Then you pick up the dropped stitch to knit. There is a note about working with the dropped stitches on the first page of the pattern.

    SSK is slip knit-wise, slip knit-wise, knit together through the back loop. This is a left-leaning decrease. You can find more information on abbreviations here:

    Hope that helps and happy knitting!

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