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If you think your pattern may include an error and you do not see it on this list, please feel free to check with us and we will happily review your errata query. We take pattern errors seriously and do our best to respond with any necessary fixes as quickly as possible. Thank you!  – The BT Team

All patterns with errata are listed below in alphabetical order. Individual errata are listed by the correction date.

ACADIA by Carrie Hoge

  • 1 March 2012: Page 4, in Shape Neck section, “Next Row” (2nd paragraph), the stitch count five lines down was changed from 34 (37, 40, 43, 46) to 24 (26, 28, 30, 32).

ALLOY by Michele Wang

  • 12 March 2014: No change to the PDF, but the printed version was missing the {GSS} selvedge under Special Techniques on Page 10.  Work the {GSS} selvedge as follows: “RS & WS Rows: Knit the first and the last stitch of every row.”

ANAIS by Véronik Avery

  • 1 November 2012 (Version 2.0): Page 4, 2nd column, 2nd paragraph; the “Next Round” was changed to clarify treatment of held underarm stitches. This section now reads as follows: “Next Round: Knit to left side seam marker, slip marker, knit 1 (3, 5, 7, 9, 11) then place the last 2 (6, 10, 14, 18, 22) stitches just worked onto waste yarn or holder (for left underarm); now knit until you reach right side seam marker, slip marker, knit 1 (3, 5, 7, 9, 11) then place the last 2 (6, 10, 14, 18, 22) stitches just worked onto waste yarn or holder (for right underarm); knit to the end of Back. Do not break yarn.”

ANDO by Yoko Hatta

  • 2 December 2013 (Version 2.0): Two correction have been made on page 3, as follows: “Back Increase Row (RS): Knit 2, M1R (see Abbreviations at end of pattern), knit until 2 stitches remain in row, M1L, knit 2.” and “Sleeve Increase Row (RS): Knit 2, M1R, knit until 2 stitches remain in row, M1L, knit 2.”

ASHBY by Leila Raabe

  • 15 October 2011: Total yardage amount needed has been updated, based on several knitters using slightly more than the original amount listed. We now advise 740 yards/6 skeins of Shelter to be sure each knitter has enough yarn.
  • 27 September 2011: On page 4, in the Main Body Section, Chart F Setup row was added. Also, a missing “purl” symbol was added to Chart B, Row 16, 6th stitch from the right.
  • 16 October 2012 (Version 2.0): Page 3, second column: The Note under “Work Rows 1-42 of Chart E” has been clarified and now reads as “Beginning with Row 7, Chart E will decrease your total stitch count by 1 on every row.”
  • 11 September 2013 (Version 3.0): Chart E has SSK/SSP decreases on both RS and WS rows, so the chart LEGEND for those symbols have been updated to read:
    SSK:  On RS, Slip 1 stitch from L to R needle as if to knit, replace this stitch on L needle in its new orientation and knit two together through the back loop. On WS, Slip 2 stitches to R needle separately as if to knit. Return stitches to L needle in their new orientation and purl them together through their back loops. (1 stitch decreased)
    SSP:  On RS, Slip 2 stitches to R needle separately as if to knit. Return stitches to L needle in their new orientation and purl them together through their back loops. On WS, Slip 1 stitch from L to R needle as if to knit, replace this stitch on L needle in its new orientation and knit two together through the back loop. (1 stitch decreased)

ALBERTA by Jared Flood

  • 30 September 2011: Page 3, First column: “ESTABLISH ARMHOLE STEEKS: Next Round: Remove marker, knit first 6 (7, 8, 9, 9) sts, now slip those 6 (7, 8, 9, 9) stitches just worked to waste yarn, continue around front, knitting 71 (79, 85, 92, 101), slip the next 12 (14, 16, 18, 18) sts to waste yarn, place SM, CO 5, place another SM, knit until 6 (7, 8, 9, 9) sts rem in round, slip these sts onto the same waste yarn as beg of round, place SM, cast on 5, place 4th and final SM (this will also be your beg-of-round marker), join work to begin knitting in the round.
  • 11 March 2014 (Version 2.0): The pattern has been updated to reflect a striping sequence of 3 rows MC and 3 rows CC, rather than 2, as follows: Page 3, before Begin Striping Sequence: “Switch to Main Color (MC) and knit two rounds. Continue with MC for the following Increase Round:” Page 3, after Begin Striping Sequence: “Rounds 1 – 3: Knit all stitches with Contrast Color (CC). Rounds 4 – 6: Knit all stitches with Main Color (MC). Repeat the last six rounds, establishing striping sequence until work measures 14 (14, 14½, 15, 15)” from cast-on edge.”

BARRINGTON by Jared Flood

  • 23 March 2012: The “M1L” and “M1R” instructions under Special Techniques were reversed. Pattern was corrected on this date.

BEDFORD by Michele Wang

  • 21 November 2012 (Version 2.1): On page 2 (Blueprint) the requirement for a 24″ needle was removed – this sweater can be made without one.
  • 7 December 2012 (Version 3.0): On page 5, second column under Shape Front Neck, the Next Round instruction has been revised to include instructions for breaking yarn and reattaching it.  The new text reads: “Next Round (this is a Raglan Decrease Round): Work as established to the first removable marker for the center stitches, bind off the next (17, 17, 17) (17, 17, 17) (17, 19,19, 19) stitches (removing markers as you encounter them) work as established until you reach BOR marker. Break yarn. With the WS facing you, reattach the yarn at the neck edge. You will now be working back and forth, not in the round.”

BENEDETTA by Carrie Bostick Hoge

  • 12 November 2013 (Version 2.0): Instructions and photos have been reversed to place buttons/button holes on the correct side as follows: On Page 4, end of 2nd paragraph, “Raglan Increase and Buttonhole Row (RS): Slip 1 with yarn in front, work the Increase Row as established to last 6 stitches, SSK, YO, knit 4 (8 stitches increased) –152 (152, 156, 156, 156, 156, 156, 156) stitches.”

BISTON by Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark

  • 13 September 2012 (Version 2.0): An additional fitting note was added to page 3, which explains in more detail how to take the underarm-to-underarm measurement necessary for choosing an appropriate garment size.

BOARDWALK by Heidi Kirrmaier 

  • 30 July 2012 (Version 2.0): 3 rows were accidentally ommited from the Sleeve Cap Shaping in the original pattern – three areas (see below) were effected by this. Corrections have been listed in red:
    • Page 4 / 2nd Column / 3rd Paragraph: “Next Row (WS): Purl 3, knit to marker, slip marker, purl to next marker…”
    • Page 4 / 2nd Column / 9th & 10th Paragraphs: “Work 11 more rows even (no increases) with sleeves in Welt Pattern and slipped stitch edges, ending with 2 rows of stockinette in Welt Pattern. Upon completion of this section you will have worked (56, 60, 60, 64) (64, 68, 68, 68) rows from Setup Increase Row.”
    • Page 5 / 2nd Column (“Upper Left Front”) / 16th & 17th Paragraphs: ”Work 13 more rows even, keeping the sleeve cap in Welt Pattern with slipped stitch edges and the Front in stockinette stitch, ending with 2 rows of reverse stockinette in Welt Pattern. Upon completion of this section you will have worked (58, 62, 62, 66) (66, 70, 70, 70) rows from the Setup Increase Row.”
    • Page 6 / 2nd Column (“Upper Right Front”) / 16th & 17th Paragraphs: ”Work 13 more rows even, keeping the sleeve cap in Welt Pattern with slipped stitch edges and the Front in stockinette stitch, ending with 2 rows of reverse stockinette in Welt Pattern. Upon completion of this section you will have worked (58, 62, 62, 66) (66, 70, 70, 70) rows from the Setup Increase Row.”

BOLT by Vera Välimäki

  • 13 May 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 5, Wedge 2 has been corrected to read: “Change to MC. Knit 1 row (RS).Repeat Wedge 1.

BRAY by Jared Flood

  • 17 October 2013 (Version 1.1): Page 11, the Abbreviations for RD1 (Right-Leaning Single Decrease) and LD1 (Left-Leaning Single Decrease) have been updated to include instructions for working RS and WS rows.

BRECKON by Amy Christoffers

  • 2 July 2012 (Version 2.0): Chart 5 had Row 2 and 4 row numbers on the left – they have been switched to the right side of the chart, since this chart is worked circularly.
  • Page 5: For the Waist Increase Row, the last sentence now says “4 stitches have been increased” (previously it said “decreased” here).
  • 6 August 2012 (Version 3.0): Page 7, 1st Column, 5th Paragraph: The “work to” armhole measurement was updated. The text now reads “Work even until armhole measures 7¼ (7½, 7¾, 8, 8¼, 8½)” from underarm dividing row, ending with a RS row.”

BRETON by Jared Flood

  • 4 December 2012 (Version 2.0): On page 12,right column: Under {TSSS} (Twisted Slip Stitch Selvedge, the WS row instruction has been updated to end each WS row with a purl stitch. The new text reads: “WS ROWS: With yarn held in back, slip first stitch of row as if to knit, bring yarn to front between needles. Work as instructed by pattern until 1 stitch remains in row (this is the second selvedge stitch of row), purl the last stitch.”

BRIDGEWATER by Jared Flood

  • 13 September 2012 (Version 1.1): On the chart legend, the symbol definition for the K2tog symbol was expanded to include WS instructions. It now reads “Knit 2 together on RS; Purl 2 together on WS decreasing 1 stitch (K2tog/P2tog)”

BRIG by Véronik Avery

  • 12 July 2013 (Version 2.0): On page 6, under Tubular Cast On the Rearrangement Round has been corrected to read: “Rearrangement Round (Non-working): Leaving working yarn at BOR, slip 2 stitches from L to R needle, *slip next stitch onto CN and hold in back, slip 1 from L to R needle, slip 1 from CN to R needle, slip 2 from L to R needle; repeat from * to last 2 stitches, slip next stitch onto CN and hold in back, slip 1 from L to R needle, slip 1 from CN to R needle. Stitches are now arranged for 2×2 Ribbing.”
  • 29 August 2013 (Version 3.0): On page 7, Tubular Rounds 5 & 6 have been rewritten to read:
    Round 5 (Tubular Purl Row): Resuming with working yarn, Purl 1, *bring yarn to back, slip 2 purlwise, bring yarn to front, purl 2; repeat from * to last 3 stitches, bring yarn to back, slip 2 purlwise, bring yarn to front, purl 1.
    Round 6 (Tubular Knit Row): Bring yarn to front, slip 1 purlwise, *bring yarn to back, knit 2, with yarn in front, slip 2 purlwise; repeat from * to last 3 stitches, bring yarn to back, knit 2, with yarn in front, slip 1 purlwise.
  • 13 November 2013 (Versions 4.0): Brim length measurements have been updated for the hat and additional information has been given for making a Touque version of the hat.  The components and schematic pages have been updated to reflect the revised and additional information. Target measurements under Work Ribbing on Page 7 have been updated as follows: “Work even in established ribbing until piece measures 5¼ (5½, 5¾)” from cast-on edge for hat shown, or until piece measures 7¾ (8, 8¼)” for a toque-length hat (not shown).”

BROWNSTONE by Jared Flood

  • 11 August 2011: On page 4, first sentence should refer to size XXL, not size XL.
  • 18 January 2013 (Version 2.1): On page 7, under COLLAR, the final sentence of the “Pick up Stitches” paragraph has been corrected to read: “Place marker #4. Continue at the current pick-up rate until you reach the base of neck opening on (wearer’s) left side.”

BURR by Véronik Avery

  • 21 November 2012 (Version 2.0): Marker Placement on Body and Sleeves for Bottom Band Pattern was adjusted by one stitch to match sample in photos:
    • Page 3, first line under “Pattern Bottom Band”: Place one marker after 17th stitch and one marker after 77th (85th, 93rd, 101st, 109th, 117th) stitch (two markers 17 stitches from either end).
    • Page 5, first line under “Pattern Bottom Band”: Place one marker after 25th (29th, 33rd, 37th, 41st, 45th) stitch (marker is 17 stitches from side edge).
    • Page 6, first line under “Pattern Bottom Band”: Place one marker after 17th stitch (marker is 17 stitches from side edge).
    • Page 8, first line under “Pattern Bottom Band”: Place one marker after 13th stitch, and one marker after 33rd (33rd, 37th, 37th, 41st, 41st) stitch (two markers 13 stitches from either end).
  • 4 December 2012 (Version 3.0): Page 9, left column, final paragraph: This paragraph erroneously began with a “Work 1 WS row.”. The paragraph now reads: “Repeat the Collar Increase Row once more – 264 (272, 282, 292, 304, 316) stitches. Work 1 WS row.”
  • 18 January 2013 (Version 4.0): Page 7, second column, under “Shape Neckline”, the direction of the Left Front Neckline Decrease stitches have been modified to mirror the Right Front as follows: “Neckline Decrease Row (RS): Work to last 4 stitches, ssk, knit 2. (1 stitch has been decreased)”
  • Also, Page 9, left column, Row 5 has been corrected to include a YO at the beginning of the row. It now reads: “Row 5 (RS): YO, work to first marker, slip marker, YO, work Garter Stitch to second marker, YO, slip marker, work 2 stitches before gap from previous row in established pattern, turn. (2 stitches have been increased)”
  • 26 January 2013 (Version 4.1): Page 5, 2nd column, under “Shape Armholes” a typo has been corrected to read: “Armhole Decrease Row (RS): Knit to last 4 stitches, SSK, knit 2. (1 stitch decreased)”
  • 13 October 2013 (Version 4.2): Page 9, 1st column, under Collar, the Buttonhole Row has been modified to change the stitch direction as follows: “Buttonhole Row (RS): Knit 4, purl 2, *knit 1, SSK, YO twice, k2tog, knit 1, purl 2, knit 2, purl 2; repeat from * 4 (4, 4, 5, 5, 5) more times, knit 1, SSK, YO twice, k2tog; continue in established pattern to marker, slip marker, YO, work to next marker, YO, slip marker, work to end. (2 stitches have been increased)”

CELES by Jared Flood

  • 10 August 2011: Symbol Legend should show RS and WS instructions for k2tog symbol (work as a p2tog on WS rows).

CHANNEL CARDIGAN by Jared Flood

  • 11 March 2014 (Version 1.1): Page 16, the SSP definition has been added to the Abbreviations section.

CHESTERFIELD by Julie Hoover

  • 20 September 2013 (Version 2.0): Since it is possible to combine anywhere from three to six colors (for example, A and B, or B and C, could be the same color); the materials section has been updated to reflect a different approach to yarn requirement amounts. The Construction Notes section has an additional note and yarn color change callouts throughout the pattern instructions have been updated for consistency.

CHICANE by Cookie A.

  • 8 February 2013 (Version 2.0): On Page 11, the instructions for UNDERARM / Shape Cap have been corrected to read: “Next Round: Knit to 3 (3, 3, 4) (5, 6, 7) (8, 8, 9) stitches before end of round. Remove marker and bind off 6 (6, 6, 8) (10, 12, 14) (16, 16, 18) stitches for underarm, knit to end – 50 (52, 56, 56) (58, 62, 64) (66, 70, 74) stitches remain.”

CHINOOK by Jared Flood

  • 5 December 2012 (Version 1.1): Fixed a page jump error (from p.5 to p.7) on digital version of the pattern. Printed version of the pattern was not affected.

CINDER by Jared Flood

  • 29 April 2011: Corrected the C16R symbol on Legend instructions.
  • 21 November 2012 (Version 2.0): Pattern gauge has been corrected to 32 stitches & 16 rows = 4″, measured over Cinder Chart cable pattern; blocked and unstretched

DRESDEN by Kirsten Johnstone

  • 27 February 2013 (Version 1.1): A corrected stitch count has been made on Page 4 under the Bottom Band section. That paragraph now reads: “Continue in Seed Stitch, maintaining selvedge stitches, and repeat Increase Row every 4th row 3 more times – (8 stitches increased) 218 (228, 240, 254) (268, 282, 296) (310, 326, 342, 358) stitches.”

DRIFTWOOD by Julie Hoover

  • 10 January 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 5, 2nd Column under “Shape Back Neck” the center bind off stitches have been corrected to read: “Row 1 (RS): Knit 35 (38, 41, 44, 47, 50), bind off center 16 (18, 20, 22, 24, 26) stitches for neck, knit to end.”

DRYAD by Jared Flood

  • 28 January 2011: First row of pattern should be (WS), second row should be (RS).

ECHELON by Michele Wang

  • 11 February 2014: Page 4, under STITCH PATTERN, Row 2 of the Cartridge Rib  has been corrected as follows: “Row 2 (WS): Purl 3, knit1, *purl 4, knit 1; repeat from * to last 3 stitches, purl 3.”

EDGE HOODIE by Véronik Avery

  • 16 October 2012 (Version 2.0): The first three sections of short rows in the Body’s hem shaping (page 4, first column) have been corrected to keep the partial rows in garter stitch:
    • First Short Row Section: Purl 22 (28, 34, 40, 46, 52), wrap and turn, purl 22 (28, 34, 40, 46, 52), slip marker, knit 152 (170, 188, 206, 224, 242) stitches, wrap and turn, knit to marker.
    • Second Short Row Section: Purl 10 (12, 14, 16, 18, 20), wrap and turn, purl 10 (12, 14, 16, 18, 20), slip marker, knit 140 (154, 168, 182, 196, 210) stitches, wrap and turn, knit to marker.
    • Third Short Row Section: Purl 4, wrap and turn, purl 4, slip marker, knit 134 (146, 158, 170, 182, 194), wrap and turn, knit to marker.

ELFREIDE by Lucy Sweetland

  • 2 March 2012: Page 4, Bottom Panel section, second column, “Next Row (RS)” instructions 8th paragraph down has been deleted. This written instruction was Row 1 of Bottom Panel Chart and was listed therefore twice in error.

ETERNITY CARDIGAN by Jared Flood

  • 21 November 2012 (Version 2.0): In the “Shape Top of _____ Armhole” sections of Left Front, Right Front and Back, the following sentence at the end of this section was clarified to specify ending with a WS row: “Repeat the _____ Armhole Increase Row every other row 2 (4, 7, 9, 11) more times, ending with a WS row.

EXETER by Michele Wang

  • 23 March 2012: The “M1L” and “M1R” instructions under Special Techniques were reversed. Pattern was corrected on this date.
  • 3 April 2012: Second to last paragraph on Page 5, second column: the first sentence has been changed for clarity from “Once neck shaping is completed….” to “Once neck shaping AND raglan shaping are completed (as directed above)…

FAIRFIELD by Michele Wang

  • 24 September 2012 (Version 2.0): The wording has been clarified in the sections for Shaping Neck and Shoulders on both Right and Left Fronts:
    • Page 5, Column 1: Paragraphs 10 and 11 have been changed to read as follows: “Bind off 1 stitch at the beginning of the next 11 (11, 12, 11, 11, 12) RS rows. AT THE SAME TIME, when armhole measures 7 (7¼, 7¾, 8¼, 8¾, 9¼), ending with a RS row, shape Shoulder as follows…”
    • Page 6, Column 1: Paragraphs 10 and 11 have been changed to read as follows: “Bind off 1 stitch at the beginning of the next 11 (11, 12, 11, 11, 12) WS rows. AT THE SAME TIME, when armhole measures 7 (7¼, 7¾, 8¼, 8¾, 9¼)”,  ending with a WS row, Shape Shoulder as follows…”
  • 3 October 2012 (Version 3.0): An error under the “Shape Armholes” sections of the pattern was discovered that only effects the smallest size:
    • Page 3, 2nd Column (Back): The first paragraph under “Shape Armholes” should read as follows “Bind off 4 (5, 6, 7, 8, 9) stitches at the beginning of the next 2 rows, then 3 stitches at the beginning of the next 2 rows, then 0 (2, 2, 2, 2, 2) stitches at the beginning of the next 0 (2, 2, 2, 2, 2) rows – 76 (80, 88, 96, 104, 112) stitches remain.”
    • Page 5, 1st Column (Right Front): The first paragraph under the “Shape Armholes” should read as follows: “Bind off 4 (5, 6, 7, 8, 9) stitches at the beginning of the next row (WS), then 3 stitches at the beginning of the next WS row, then 0 (2, 2, 2, 2, 2) stitches at the beginning of the following 0 (1, 1, 1, 1, 1) WS row – 36 (38, 42, 46, 50, 54) stitches remain.”
    • Page 6, 1st Column (Left Front): The first paragraph under the “Shape Armholes” should read as follows: “Bind off 4 (5, 6, 7, 8, 9) stitches at the beginning of the next row (RS), then 3 stitches at the beginning of the next RS row, then 0 (2, 2, 2, 2, 2) stitches at the beginning of the following 0 (1, 1, 1, 1, 1) RS row – 36 (38, 42, 46, 50, 54) stitches remain.”

FARTHING by Jared Flood

  • 12 November 2013 (Version 1.1): In order to accommodate knitter’s chosen method of provisional CO, the first two rows after  CO have been revised to be worked as follows: “Row 1 (RS): Slip 1 purlwise with yarn in back, knit 4, k2tog, knit to the end of row. Upon completion of this round, you will have 31 (44) stitches on your needle. Row 2 (WS): Slip 1 purlwise with yarn in front, purl 4, p2tog, purl to the end of row. 31 (44) stitches remain.”

FEATHER by Véronik Avery

  • 15 January 2014 (Version 1.1):  On Page 6, under Shape Shoulders, additional information as been added to the Note as follows: “Note: On the two smallest sizes, the second last shoulder decrease stitch will align with the purl column on either side of the patterned front band; continue to purl stitches through this column. Work the final decrease so that the purl column is maintained. You will have 26 stitches remaining in the front panels: continue to work the first/last 25 stitches as charted, and maintain the purl column in place next to the marker. You will have eliminated one stitch from the panel (the next-to-last stitch).

FENIMORE by Jared Flood

  • 11 January 2011: The written instructions for Round 48 (third page of pattern) should read as follows: ”Work as directed by chart until the end of round, remover marker, slip two stitches from L to R needle, replace marker. This indicates new beginning of round.” (The previous version only instructed for one stitch to be slipped on this round.)

FERROUS WRAP by Grace Anna Farrow

  • 3 July 2012: On the Blueprint (page 2 of pattern), under “Finished Dimensions”, for both sizes A1 (A2, A3, A4) and B1 (B2, B3, B4), the sizes should be listed as follows: “Narrow Version w/o mesh extension (Wide Version w/o mesh extension, Narrow Version w/mesh extension, Wide Version w/mesh extension)”. In the erroneous pattern, the two versions in red were accidentally reversed.

FLINT by Jared Flood

  • 12 June 2013 (Version 2.0): An SSK symbol has been added to Round 67 of the Left Mitten Chart.

FORESTER by Michele Wang

  • 23 March 2012: The “M1L” and “M1R” instructions under Special Techniques were reversed. Pattern was corrected on this date.
  • 6 June 2012: The Neck pick-up stitches were changed: “With 16″ circular Gauge needle, 2 strands of yarn held together as one (1 strand of each color), RS of Neck edge facing, and beginning at the back right raglan, pick up and knit 19 (20, 20, 22, 22, 22, 24, 24) stitches along Back Neck, 6 stitches across top of Left Sleeve, 29 (32, 32, 34, 34, 34, 36, 36) stitches along Front Neck, and 6 stitches across top of Right Sleeve. You will have a total of 60 (64, 64, 68, 68, 68, 72, 72) picked-up collar stitches.”
  • 15 August 2013 (Version 3.0): Page 3 under SHAPE FRONT NECK, the final row worked before casting-on center front neck stitches has been corrected to read: “Work Row 3 once. 98 (99, 99, 100, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104) stitches now on needle.”

FORTNIGHT by Jared Flood

  • 14 April 2011: Added the following missing symbols to Legend: RT, LT, SSK.

FUSE CARDIGAN by Véronik Avery

  • 16 January 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 5, 2nd column under “Shape Upper Right Corner”, the repeat section has been corrected to read: “Repeat Rows 2 & 3 five more times, then repeat Row 2 once more; 1 edging stitch remains unworked before marker after last wrap.”
  • Also, under “Shape Upper Left Corner, the repeat section has been corrected to read: “Repeat Rows 2 & 3 five more times, then repeat Row 2 once more; 7 stitches have been wrapped. Work one (WS) row across all stitches, leaving wraps in place.”
  • 26 January 2013 (Version 2.1): Page 4, under BODY, the cast on instructions have been clarified and updated to read: “With 32″ circular Gauge Needle (sugg. US 9/5½ mm) and waste yarn, cast on 16 stitches using a Provisional Method of your choice. Switch to working yarn and knit two full rows. (You have 3 rows total, including your provisional stitches).”
  • 27 February 2013 (Version 3.0): Page 4, the final paragraph under Bottom Left Corner has been corrected to read: “Repeat Rows 2 & 3 five more times, then repeat Row 2 once more; 7 stitches have now been wrapped. Knit 2 rows across all stitches, leaving wraps in place.”
  • 2 December 2013 (Version 4.0): Page 3 under BODY, the instructions after the CO have been revised as follows: “With 32″ circular Gauge Needle (sugg. US 9/5½ mm) and waste yarn, cast on 16 stitches using a Provisional Method of your choice. Switch to working yarn and knit 2 rows. (You have completed 2 rows in working yarn.Knit 1 full row (2 rows have now been made in working yarn, including provisional row).

GELSOMINA ARAN by Véronik Avery

  • 16 October 2012 (Version 2.0): On page 4, second paragraph under the “Shape Neckline” section, the instructions for this now read “Next Row: Work in established pattern to first neckline marker, place marked neckline stitches on holder; join a second ball of yarn and work to end of row”.

GELSOMINA WRISTWARMERS by Véronik Avery

  • 24 September 2012 (Version 2.0): The original published chart had RS and WS rows reversed so that cables were shown being worked from the WS. This error was corrected by shifting the rows of the chart up by one. Odd-numbered rows are now RS rows and even-numbered rows are WS.

GIRASOLE by Jared Flood

  • 4 April 2012: The written instructions for Row 6 of Chart H has been re-written for clarity. The new instructions for this row are: “Bind off 3 stitches, (you now have one stitch on R needle, and 3 edging stitches on L needle), knit 2, work Edging Join. Turn.”

GRETTIR by Jared Flood

  • 02 December 2013 (Version 1.1): On Page 8, additional information under Chart Notes has been added as follows: “Leave Markers 1 and 2 on your needle as you work, slipping them as they are encountered; they are required for an additional set of short rows after completion of Chart. If a k2tog decrease falls on two stitches that are separated by a marker, move the marker one stitch to the right in order to make this decrease.
  • 28 March 2014 (version 1.2): On Page 12, the K2tog symbol was added to the legend as follows: [K2tog symbol] Knit two stitches on L needle together with color indicated. (1 stitch decreased; leans right)

GROVE MITTENS by Jared Flood

  • 22 July, 2013 (Version 3): Instructions for marker placement on Round 49 for BOTH the left and right mitten have been added as follows:
    Round 49: Work in pattern as directed until end of round, remove marker, slip 1 stitch purlwise with yarn in back from L to R needle, replace marker. This indicates new beginning of round.
  • This errata pertains to the pattern published in “Quick Knits”, 37 Fabulous Patterns for Wraps, Socks, hats and more — ONLY.  Two abbreviations should read correctly as follows:
    LT: (left twist): Slip 1 stitch to Cable Needle and hold in front. Purl 1 from L needle. Knit 1 through-the-back-loop from Cable Needle.
    RT: (right twist): Slip 1 stitch to Cable Needle and hold in back. Knit 1 through-the-back-loop from L needle. Purl 1 from Cable Needle.
  • 18 December 2013 (Version 4): Page 3, under Left Thumb: “Rounds 15 & 16″ have been corrected to read “Rounds 14 & 15.”

GUERNSEY WRAP by Jared Flood

  • 28 October 2011: Sequencing of Chart C instructions were edited to create a perfect mirror image of each side.

GUSTON by Ann Budd

  • 1 July 2012: On page 6, under the section marked “Left Front (Men)”, in the fourth paragraph of this section, the last sentence should read “…until armhole measures – (51⁄2, 6, 61⁄4, 61⁄2)”, ending with a RS row.
  • In the “Shape Neck” section that follows, all mentions of “RS” in the 1st, 2nd and 4th paragraph have been changed to WS.
  • 29 May 2013 (Version 1.2): Page 5 under RIGHT FRONT (MEN), the second paragraph has been changed to read: “Now, decrease 1 stitch every RS row (3, 5, 6, 9) times. – (33, 38, 44, 48) stitches remain.”

HABITAT by Jared Flood

  • 30 July 2011: For a short time, Chart B was shown incorrectly (this effects the Large size only). With the erroneous chart, the knits/purls didn’t flow correctly into Chart C.

HEGE MITTS by Michele Wang

  • 15 August 2012 (Version 2.0): Two typos were corrected in the chart legend. C2 and C3 now read as follows:
    • C2: Knit symbols shaded this color with Color 2.
    • C3: Knit symbols shaded this color with Color 3.

HELLEBORE by Michele Wang

  • 30 October 2013 (Version 2.0): On Page 5, second column under SLEEVES (after the first two rows), the instructions have been corrected to read: “Work 4 more rows as established, ending with a WS row.”

HITCH by Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark

  • 18 December 2013 (Version 1.1): The Chart and Legend (on pages 11 & 12) have been modified to clarify that Row 33 is being worked on a WS row.

HUDSON by Julie Hoover

  • 13 November 2013 (Version 2.0): On Page 7, under Shape Right Neckline, decrease correction as follows: “Next Row (RS; this is a Raglan Decrease Row): Work as established to first raglan marker; slip marker, k1tbl, purl 1, k3tog-tbl, p3tog, knit 1tbl, purl 1, slip marker, continue as established to 12 (12, 12, 14, 14, 16) stitches before the center Back marker, wrap and turn.”

HUGO by Véronik Avery

  • 14 July, 2013 (Version 2.0): The stitch pattern for 1×1 Ribbing was incorrectly written as regular 1×1 Ribbing and should have been 1×1 Twisted Ribbing. The pattern has been corrected to read:
  • 1×1 Twisted Ribbing (odd number of stitches; 2-row repeat)
    Row 1 (RS): Knit 1-tbl, *purl 1-tbl, knit 1-tbl; repeat from * to end.
    Row 2 (WS): Purl 1-tbl, *knit 1-tbl, purl 1-tbl; repeat from * to end.
  • 2 December 2013 (Version 3.0): Page 8, under FINISHING/Neckband, stitch pick-up instruction has been corrected as follows: “With Size C 16″ circular needle (suggested 3¾ mm/US 5) and beginning 1¾ (1¾, 2, 2, 2¼, 2¼)” down from left shoulder seam, pick up and knit 10 stitches along shaped edge, 6 stitches in bound-off neck stitches, knit 8 (8, 8, 10, 10, 10) stitches from holder, pick up and knit 6 stitches in bound-off neck stitches, 17 (17, 18, 19, 20, 20) stitches up right front Neck edge, 34 (34, 36, 36, 38, 38) stitches along Back Neck edge and 7 (7, 8, 9, 10, 10) stitches down left Front Neck edge . You now have 88 (88, 92, 96, 100, 100) stitches on your needle. Without turning work, cast on 4 stitches using Backward Loop Method. 92 (92, 96, 100, 104, 104) stitches now on needle. Do not join; work back and forth in rows.”

IRVING by Jared Flood

  • 23 September 2011: Crown Chart rows 7-10 were updated. Original file was missing two SSK symbols in Row 7, which effected in turn Rows 8-10.

JAFFREY by Michele Wang

  • 5 April 2012: The “tK2tog” symbol in the Chart Legend had an error; the corrected version was included on this update and now reads: “Slip 1 stitch purlwise to R needle, slip next stitch as if to knit (changing its orientation). Return both stitches to L needle in their current orientation. Knit these 2 stitches together.”
  • The Make-1 Purl definition was changed to a closed running thread increase (it was erroneously listed as an open running thread increase). The red section is the correction: make-1 purl by lifting the bar from the row below onto your L needle from back to front and purling it.
  • 30 October 2013 (Version 3.0): On Page 4, under Shape Crown, the stitch count for the Tam version was missing.  Pattern has been updated to read: “Upon completion of Jaffrey Chart, you will have 12 (18) stitches remaining on your needle.”

JULES by Julie Hoover

  • 20 September 2013 (Version 2.0): The short row shaping has been corrected on the first size only so that it will not happen within the cable pattern, as follows:
    Page 5, under BACK Shape Hemline:
    Short Row 1 (RS): {SSS}, work in reverse stockinette stitch (purl on RS; knit on WS) to marker 1, slip marker, work Row 1 of Chart A to marker 2, slip marker, work in reverse stockinette stitch to marker 3, slip marker, work Row 1 of Chart B to marker 4, slip marker, work in reverse stockinette stitch to last 5 (4, 6, 8, 6, 8) stitches, turn and YO;
    Short Row 2 (WS): Work in reverse stockinette stitch to marker 4, slip marker, work Row 2 of Chart B to marker 3, slip marker, work in reverse stockinette stitch to marker 2, slip marker, work Row 2 of Chart B to marker 1, slip marker, work in reverse stockinette stitch to last 5 (4, 6, 8, 6, 8) stitches, turn and YO;
    Page 6, under FRONT Shape Hemline:
    (Left Hem) Short Row 1 (RS): Work as established across 21 (24, 26, 28, 30, 32) stitches, turn and YO;
    (Right Hem) Short Row 12 (WS): Work as established across 21 (24, 26, 28, 30, 32) stitches, turn and YO;
  • 27 September 2013 (Version 2.1): Under SPECIAL TECHNIQUES, the directional Invisible Increase instructions have been slightly modified to make a more “invisible” appearance on the RS of the fabric, as follows:
    Inv-R (Invisible Increase Right): Place the right leg of the stitch below first stitch on L needle onto L needle and knit it (creating one new stitch on R needle – no stitches have been worked from L needle yet), then knit the first stitch on L needle. (1 stitch increased; leans right) (Modified for this pattern)
    Inv-L (Invisible Increase Left): Knit one stitch from L needle, now place the left leg of the stitch in the row below the stitch just worked on L needle. Knit the lifted stitch through the back loop (because it is mounted on the L needle in the opposite-than-normal orientation) keeping it from being twisted. (1 stitch increased; leans left; modified for this pattern)
  • October 30 2013 (Version 3.0): Typo on Page 5, under BACK / Shape Hemline has been corrected as follows: “Short Row 2 (WS): Work in reverse stockinette stitch to marker 4, slip marker, work Row 2 of Chart B to marker 3, slip marker, work in reverse stockinette stitch to marker 2, slip marker, work Row 2 of Chart A to marker 1, slip marker, work in reverse stockinette stitch to last 5 (4, 6, 8, 6, 8) stitches, turn and YO;”

JUNEBERRY TRIANGLE by Jared Flood

  • 25 April 2013 (Version 2.0): On page 4, under KNITTED ON EDGING, first paragraph corrected to read:” With a new ball of yarn and WS of shawl facing you, cast on 20 stitches onto Left Needle using the Long-Tail Method.”

KENZO by Olga Buraya-Kefelia

  • 16 January 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 6, under RIGHT FRONT, the short row shaping section has been corrected to read:
    • AT THE SAME TIME, when piece measures 2 3/4 (3 1/4, 3 1/4, 4, 4, 4, 4 1/4, 4 1/4)” [about 20 (24, 24, 28, 28, 28, 30, 30) rows] from the beginning of UPPER BACK shaping (from waste yarn marker), begin working short rows on the next WS row as follows:
    • Short Rows 1 and 2 (Begin with WS facing): Work to 3 stitches from the end of the row, wrap and turn; work to end.
    • Short Rows 3 and 4 (Begin with WS facing): Work to 2 stitches from last wrapped stitch, wrap and turn; work to end.
    • Repeat [Short Rows 3 and 4] 5 (3, 4, 2, 3, 5, 4, 5) more times.
    • Short Rows 5 and 6 (Begin with WS facing): Work to 3 stitches from last wrapped stitch, wrap and turn; work to end.
    • Repeat [Short Rows 5 and 6] 5 (7, 7, 9, 9, 8, 9, 9) more times.
  • Also, Page 7, under LEFT FRONT, the short row shaping section has been corrected to read:
    • AT THE SAME TIME, when piece measures 2 3/4 (3 1/4, 3 1/4, 4, 4, 4, 4 1/4, 4 1/4)” [about 20 (24, 24, 28, 28, 28, 30, 30) rows] from the beginning of UPPER BACK shaping (from waste yarn marker), begin working short rows on the next RS row as follows:
    • Short Rows 1 and 2 (Begin with RS facing): Work to 3 stitches before the end of the row, wrap and turn; work to end.
    • Short Rows 3 and 4 (Begin with RS facing): Work to 2 stitches from last wrapped stitch, wrap and turn; work to end.
    • Repeat [Short Rows 3 and 4] 5 (3, 4, 2, 3, 5, 4, 5) more times.
    • Short Rows 5 and 6 (RS facing): Work to 3 stitches from last wrapped stitch, wrap and turn, work to end.
    • Repeat [Short Rows 5 and 6] 5 (7, 7, 9, 9, 8, 9, 9) more times.

KILDARE by Michele Wang

  • 8 May 2012: The written-out WS row instructions for the Cable Panel needed to be corrected – they did not correspond to the chart. The new WS instructions read WS Rows: Starting at the first marker, purl 8, work 6 repeats of Kildare Chart, you will now be at second marker.

KIMMSWICK by Julie Hoover

  • 19 February 2013 (Version 2.0): We have corrected the written and charted instructions for the diagonal pattern sections, which are a 9-stitch repeat rather than a 10-stitch repeat as previously written. You will work the 10th stitch on the chart in that section only once, as the final stitch of the round.

KINDLING by Leila Raabe

  • 20 May 2013 (Version 1.1): Page 9, Chart : Row 40 (WS row), the first stitch has been corrected to be a purl stitch.

KIRKWOOD by Julie Hoover

  • 19 February 2013 (Version 1.1): While the chart legend was correctly written in Version 1.0 of this pattern, the chart symbol for the wyif slip stitch worked on the WS of the scarf on Version A has been revised to standard, which also helps to differentiate itself from the same stitch worked on the RS of the scarf on Version B.

KNOLL by Michele Wang

  • 2 December 2013 (Version 2.0): An unintentional break in the Cable pattern was discovered toward the top of both mitten Charts.  Rounds 51-55 have been revised on both Charts to correct this problem.

LANDFALL by Véronik Avery

  • 15 January 2014 (Version 1.1): On Page 17, the knit 1-tbl symbol has been updated to include WS instructions, as follows: “Knit 1-tbl: On RS, knit stitch through the back loop, twisting it; on WS, purl stitch through the back loop, twisting it

LITTLE WAVE by Gudrun Johnston

  • 2 December 2013 (Version 2.0): On Page 4, under BODY, the Setup and repeated Hem rows have been corrected as follows:
    • Setup Row (WS): Purl 2, knit 1, *purl 1, knit 1; repeat from * to last 2 stitches, purl 2.
    • Row 1 (RS): Knit 2, purl 1, *knit 1, purl 1; repeat from * to last 2 stitches, knit 2.
    • Row 2 (WS): Purl 2, knit 1, *purl 1, knit 1; repeat from * to last 2 stitches, purl 2.

LOCKHART by Leila Raabe

  • 27 September 2011: [Page 3] Work Rounds 1–13 of Cuff Chart. Note: Marker placement will shift at the end of rounds 6 and 8. (Cuff chart was correct as-is)
  • 14 May 2012: Schematic for Small Version had error in height (said 9.5”) and was changed to 7.5”

MUIR by Jared Flood

  • 19 March 2012: Page 3, second column, last sentence of second paragraph: Total number of stitches for each set to be grafted should be 26 (28). (The erroneous pattern listed 28 (30) stitches.)

NERO by Jared Flood

  • 4 December 2012 (Version 2.0): The original cast-on number was changed from 28 to 29. Instructions were then added to decrease this additional stitch out on Row 1. In this way, you will have the correct number of stitches on your needle when picking out the provisional cast on (28 stitches; always one less than the total number cast on provisionally).
  • 12 November 2013 (Versions 2.1): The decrease added in Version 2.0 has been moved from Row 1 to Row 2, in order to accommodate knitter’s chosen method of provisional CO, as follows: “Row 1 (WS): Purl all stitches.  Row 2 (RS): Knit 3, k2tog, knit to the end of row. (1 stitch decreased).”

NINIAN by Jared Flood

  • 25 September 2011 (Version 1.1): Page 4, Tam Version only: Cast on instructions changed to the Long-Tail Method (rather than Provisional).
  • 2 December 2013 (Version 1.2): Page 4, Tam Version only: While no changes to the instructions have been made, Round 9 was incorrectly written. The instructions for that round actually occur on Round 8.

ÖLJETT by Jenny Gordy

  • 25 July 2012 (Version 2.0): The written instructions for Crown Shaping have been edited for clarity. The 3-row shaping sequence was re-written as a 6-row shaping sequence. The updated shaping instructions read as follows:
    • Round 1 (Decrease Round 1; Marker Placement): *Knit 2 together (hereafter referred to as k2tog), yarn over, k2tog, knit 8, Slip Slip Knit (hereafter referred to as SSK), yarn over, SSK, place marker; repeat from * to the end of round (omitting final marker placement, as beginning-of-round marker is already on needle).  Upon completion of this round, you will have placed 6 markers and decreased 12 stitches total; 84 stitches remain after first instance of this round is worked.
    • Rounds 2 & 3: Knit all stitches in round.
    • Round 4 (Decrease Round): *K2tog, yarn over, k2tog, knit until 4 stitches remain before next marker, SSK, yarn over, SSK, slip marker; repeat from * to the end of round. 12 stitches decreased.
    • Rounds 5 & 6: Knit all stitches in round.
    • Repeat Rounds 4-6 three more times, slipping the markers when you encounter them and changing to DPNs when necessary.
    • Upon completion of this section, you will have decreased a total of 60 stitches (12 stitches per every Decrease Round); 36 stitches remain on your needle.

OSHIMA by Jared Flood

  • 23 January 2014 (Version 1.1): On page 4, under Circular Brioche Stitch, a missing asterisk has been added as follows: “Round 1: *BRK, Yf-Sl1-YO; repeat from * to end.”

PEABODY by Leila Raabe

  • 2 December 2013 (Version 2.1): On Page 4, second column, fourth paragraph, additional instruction has been added as follows: “Work even in pattern as established until piece measures 14½ (14¾, 15, 15¼, 15½)” from cast-on edge, ending with an even-numbered chart round.”

PERRY by Michele Wang

  • 2 April 2012: On page 3, in the section for “Front”: second column, 4th paragraph down, under All Sizes Resume, the instructions originally said to “repeat the last 4 rows until piece measures 7” from cast-on edge.” This instruction has been changed to be knit to 7.5” from cast-on edge.

PINION by Véronik Avery

  • 12 November 2013 (Version 1.2): An extra row has been added after the provisional CO to allow the following decrease to be worked on Row 2.

POROM by Jared Flood

  • 21 February 2011: Row 16 of Crown Chart: missing YO symbol was added
QUAY by Jared Flood
  • 15 August (Version 1.1): Page 5, under Increase for Cabled Panel, the suggested needle size has been corrected to read: “Switch to Size A needles(s) (suggested size: 5 mm/US 8) as you work the next row.”

RANGER by Jared Flood

  • 23 December 2011: Page 5, Change Rate of Shaping Section: Row 3 (Decrease Row; RS): (Decreases worked on Back and Fronts only). *Knit until 2 stitches remain before next marker, K2tog, slip marker, knit 5, slip marker, knit to next marker, slip marker, k5, slip marker, SSK; repeat from * once more, knit to end of round. 4 stitches decreased on this row.
  • Added section to Special Techniques on explaining how to maintain pattern during shaping.
  • On Buttonhole Band section, Rows 1 and 2 were reversed. Row 1 IS NOW WS (Purl 3, knit 2…) and Row 2 is now RS (Knit 3, *purl 2…)
  • 5 March 2012: Page 6, Shape Neck Opening section. Rows 8 and 10 have been edited.
  • Row 8: SSK, K2tog, *slip marker, work 5 raglan stitches in pattern, slip marker, SSK, work until 2 stitches remain before next marker, k2tog; repeat from * 2 more times, slip marker, work 5 raglan stitches in pattern, slip marker, SSK, k2tog.
  • Row 10: K2tog, *slip marker, work 5 raglan stitches in pattern, slip marker, SSK, work until 2 stitches remain before next marker, k2tog; repeat from * 2 more times, slip marker, work 5 raglan stitches in pattern, slip marker, k2tog – 57 (57, 59, 61, 63) sts remain.

RAVENSFOOT by Leila Raabe

  • 29 August 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 3, under Pattern (Charted), Round 8 corrected to read: “Round 8: *Knit 5, purl 3; repeat from * to the end of round, remove marker, knit 1, replace marker (this indicates new Beginning-of-Round).”

REDFORD by Julie Hoover

  • 12 July 2013 (Version 2.0): Under STITCH PATTERNS, the {TCSS} Twisted Chain Stitch Selvedge contains an error on the WS instructions. It has been corrected to read: “WS: With yarn in back, slip 1 stitch as if to knit, work as instructed by pattern to last stitch, knit last stitch.”

REINE by Alexis Winslow

  • 5 July 2012 (Version 2.0): In “Right Front” and “Left Front” sections, when specific sizes are listed to work instructions individually, the pattern originally listed the sizes as: “Sizes – (36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56) only”; the sizes should instead be listed as Sizes – (33¾, 37½, 41¼, 45, 48¾, 52½) only”.
  • The “Attach Pockets” instructions in the Finishing section were accidentally ommitted. The following instructions have been added: ”Position the pockets on the fronts of the cardigan, centering each pocket left to right, and aligning the bottom edge of the pocket with the bottom edge of the cardigan. Useing your tapestry needle and mattress stitch, sew the sides of each pocket to the sweater. Use a running stitch to sew the bottom edge of pockets. Be careful to make sure the left and the right pockets are the same number of stitches from the center edging. Weave in all yarn ends invisibly on the WS of fabric.”‘
  •  25 July 2012 (Version 3.0)This change effects size 48.75” only: Under “Divide for Front and Back” section on page 4, the following number in the division row has been changed: “…to waste yarn or a stitch holder for underarm, work 74 (82, 90, 98, 108, 116, 126) stitches for Back, work next 4 (6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 14) stitches and transfer them to waste yarn “
  •  Under the “BACK” Section on page 7, the first sentence has been updated to reflect this change as well: “Rejoin yarn to 74 (82, 90, 98, 108, 116, 126) Back stitches, ready to work a RS row.”
  • 10 January 2013 (Version 3.2): Pages 5 and 6, the LEFT FRONT and RIGHT FRONT row counts (before “Stripe Detail and Collar Shaping Row”) have been corrected to read: 28 (28, 34, 34, 40, 40, 46) rows have been worked in this section.
  • Pages 5 and 6, “Repeat Collar Shaping Row” has been corrected to read “Repeat Collar Decrease Row.”

RELM by Jared Flood

  • Pattern originally published in Knit.1 Fall/Winter 2008:
    Crown Shaping Round 10 was listed with an error in the original publication. This round should read:
    Round 10: *K2, p2, SSK, k1, p2; repeat from * until 9 stitches remain in round, k2, p2, ssk, k1, p1, slip the final stitch of round to R needle, remove marker, return slipped st back to L needle, replace marker. This indicates the new beginning of round.

RIVAGE by Julie Hoover

  • 13 September 2012 (Version 2.0): Yarn requirements for Color A have been updated for the Scarf Version of the pattern. Color A now calls for two skeins of Loft (and uses approximately 312 yards).

ROCK ISLAND SHAWL by Jared Flood

  • 24 May 2011: SK2P instructions updated on Legend to show RS and WS instructions (this symbol is worked the same way on both RS & WS).

ROOK by Kyoko Nakayoshi

  • 2 December 2013 (Version 2.0): Rounds 14, 16 & 18 on the Sleeve Panel Chart and Body Panel Chart have been corrected to replace certain purl stitches with knit stitches.

ROSEBUD by Jared Flood

  • 15 October 2011: Round 3 of Rosebud Chart, the last three stitches of this row in chart were listed as a “M1, Knit 1” and were changed to a “knit 1, M1, knit 1.” (One symbol box was added.)

RUNA by Gudrun Johnston

  • 8 February 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 5 under BODY, there was an extra row on the hem that should not be worked. The pattern has been corrected to read. “Repeat Rows 1 and 2 once more.” (Please ignore the last “, then work Row 1 again” part of the instructions.)
  • 27 February 2013 (Version 3.0): Page 10, final row under Left Side of Hood, updated to read: “Next Row (RS): Bias bind off remaining stitches. Sew sides of Hood together.
  • 7 March 2013 (Version 4.0): Page 8, first paragraph under SLEEVES, the third group of picked up stitches has been corrected to read: “… pick up and knit 24 (26, 26, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31)stitches down to underarm stitches, …”
  • Also, Page 10 under Right Side of Hood, the 5th, 6th and 7th rows have been corrected to read:
    • Next Row: Work to 1 stitch before end of row, turn work;
    • Next Row: Bias bind off 6 stitches, work to end of row. Repeat the last two rows 2 (2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3) more times.
    • Next Row (RS): Work in Row 3 of pattern to 1 stitch before end of row, turn work;
  • Also, Page 10 under Left Side of Hood, the 6th, 7th and second to last rows have been corrected to read:
    • Next Row: Work to 1 stitch before end of row, turn work;
    • Next Row: Bias bind off 6 stitches, then work in Row 3 of pattern to end of row.
    • Next Row (WS): Work in Row 4 of pattern to 1 stitch before end of row, turn work;
  • 25 April 2013 (Version 5.0): On page 5, under BODY and after the CO, the “Work Hem” rows have been corrected to read:
    • Row 1 (WS): Purl 2, knit 1, [purl 1, knit 1] to last 2 stitches, knit 2.
    • Row 2 (RS): Knit 2, purl 1, [knit 1, purl 1] to last 2 stitches, purl 2.
  • 10 May 2013 (Versions 5.1): Page 8 under SLEEVES, a small clarification was made to Short Row 2, which now reads: “Short Row 2 (WS): Work in Seed Stitch in the Round according to Round 2 (see Stitch Patterns) to 8 stitches past shoulder marker, wrap and turn;”

SEASONS HAT by Jared Flood

  • 25 July 2012 (Version 2.o): On Page 4, under “Written Crown Shaping”, Row 2 has been corrected as follows: “Round 2: Knit 9, slip Marker B, k2tog, knit 7, *slip Marker A, knit 9, slip Marker B, k2tog, knit 7; repeat from * to the end of round. This error only effected the written instructions; the charted crown shaping was correct.

SENECA by Jared Flood
(As featured in the Made in Brooklyn collection from Classic Elite Yarns)

  • 17 April 2014 (Version 2.0): This pattern has been updated for clarity and consistency with current Brooklyn Tweed wording and layout style. One errata change was made as follows:  The final 3 welt rows worked before the Neckline Trim have been removed.

SERAPHINE by Lucy Sweetland

  • 12 August 2011: Back Panel Instructions on Page 3 were modified; Back Panel Chart numbers were edited to accommodate written instruction changes.
  • Page 4 last paragraph, Right Front section: Repeat the last two rows once, then repeat Row 1 once more, establishing Reverse Stockinette with ribbed band along edge. You will have worked a total of 5 rows from cast-on edge.
  • A helpful note was added to the Blueprint page under the Gauge heading: “Note: Row gauge is important to match in this pattern so that cast-on edge of Left and Right Fronts will align properly with Back Panel during seaming.”
  • 22 November 2011: Cables on Row 17 of Chart B2 and C2 has been corrected to be a 4 stitch, rather than a 3 stitch cross.
  • 27 February 2012: Left Front said to cast on with smaller needle, but never instructed where to return to Gauge Needle. After completion of neck band, we have added the following sentence before casting on for the main portion of Left Front: “Repeat the last two rows until ribbed band measures 12″ from cast-on edge. Work the last row of the ribbed band onto your Gauge Needle (sugg. US 7/41⁄2 mm); you will finish the rest of Left Front on this needle.
  • 17 April 2014 (Verson 2.0): This pattern has been updated for clarity and consistency with current Brooklyn Tweed style.

SETZER by Jared Flood

  • 7 March 2012: Updated Row 2 of Jog Trick instructions to be clearer (see both bullet points below).
  • Old Instructions  Row 2: Insert your R needle tip into the right leg of the stitch just below the next stitch to be worked, raise it up and place it on your L needle tip, adjacent to the first stitch of the next round. Now, knit the first stitch of your round together with the raised leg of the stitch below, as if to k2tog.
  • New Instructions  Row 2: Insert your R needle tip into the right leg of the stitch just below the next stitch to be worked, raise it up and place it on your L needle tip, adjacent to the first stitch of the next round. Now, knit (if beginning a valley) or purl (if beginning a welt) the first stitch of your round together with the raised leg of the stitch below, as if to k2tog(valley) or p2tog (welt).

SHIPYARD MITTENS by Carrie Hoge

  • 30 September 2011: Page 4: “Flip Top” instructions say thumb gusset appears on the right side of mitten with palms down. Should say left side for right mitten
  • 18 December 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 4 under Flip Top, the first decrease round was missing the Large size instructions and has been corrected to read: “Decrease Round 1: With Color B, knit 1, place marker, k2tog, knit 15 (17), ssk, place marker, knit 2, place marker, k2tog, knit until 3 stitches remain in round, ssk, place marker, knit 1. You now have 38 (42) stitches and 4 markers on your needles.”
SLADE by Michele Wang
  • 15 August 2013 (Version 2.0): On Page 8, after working Cap Decrease Rows the stitch count update has been corrected to read: “Upon completion of this section, you will have worked the Cap Decrease Row a total of 9 (10, 10, 10, 10, 10) times; you now have 31 (31, 31, 33, 37, 41) stitches on your needle.
  • 29 August 2013 (Version 2.1): On Page 6, the last paragraph on the left column has been corrected to read: “Continue in stockinette stitch, working selvedge stitches as {TSSS}, until piece measures approximately 14¾ (15¼, 15¼, 15¾, 16, 16½)” from the cast-on edge, ending with a WS row.”
  • 23 January 2014 (Version 3.0): On Page 8, under SLEEVES, the increase row as been corrected to read: “Sleeve Increase Row (RS): {GSS}, knit 1, Inv-L, knit to last 3 stitches, Inv-R, knit 1, {GSS}. (2 stitches increased)”

SMOKIN’ by Jared Flood
(Note that this pattern is available in Debbie Stoller’s publication of “Son of Stitch ‘n Bitch: 45 Projects to Knit and Crochet for Men”. We have listed the errata that was printed in that book here for your convenience.)

  • 12 July 2013: Page 109, the paragraph directly following Row 16 has been corrected to read:  ”Rep rows 9–16 three (three, four, four, five) times more, then rows 9-13 once (once, 0, 0, 0) more. L , XL, & XXL only: Purl back one row (WS).”
  • Pages 109 and 110, under Right Shoulder and Left Shoulder, directly after Set-up Row (Partial) and before Row 1, the following should be noted: “Note: Omit the leading sl 1 the first time Row 1 is worked.
  • Page 110, under Back Right Shoulder:
    Set-Up Row (partial): BO 8 (9, 8, 9, 9) sts.
    Row 1 (RS) K to last sleeve st, ssk (working last sleeve st tog with first back st). Turn
    Row 2 (WS) Sl1, p7 (8, 7, 8, 8). Turn.
  • Page 110, further down under Back Left Shoulder:
    Set-up row (partial) BO 8 (9, 8, 9, 9) sts.
    Row 1 (WS) P to last sleeve st, p2tog (working last sleeve st tog with first back st). Turn.
    Row 2 (RS) Slip 1, k7 (8, 7, 8, 8). Turn.

SNOWFLAKE STOLE by Véronik Avery

  • 11 February 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 4, second column, under “FIRST HALF” heading:
    The sentence that reads “Switch to working yarn as you work the next row.” should be substituted with the following sentence: “Switch to working yarn and knit one full row (you will be working directly into your provisional cast on stitches).
  • 10 May 2013 (Version 3.0): Three changes on the Components page have been made. 1) Under Materials, yardage was corrected to “Approximately 798 yards of fingering weight wool yarn” and “3 skeins of Brooklyn Tweed Loft.” 2) Under Gauge, working gauge corrected to “23 stitches & 34 rows = 4″ in garter stitch with Gauge Needle, before blocking.” 3) Under Needles, gauge needle corrected to “Suggested Size: mm (US 7).”

SPIRE by Leila Raabe

  • 22 September 2011: Chart C, Row 27: first symbol should be Yarn Over (not a plain knit stitch). Chart was updated on this date.
  • 12 February 2012: 16-stitch bracket on Chart C was shifted one space to the LEFT. Previous placement effected one row of the chart.

SPRUCE FOREST by Nancy Bush

  • 27 February 2012: Page 3, top of second column: changed “Work Rows 1-41 of Setup Chart” to “Work Rows 1-42 of Setup Chart.”
  • 23 May 2012: Row 7 of Side Border Chart: the Spine Stitch was originally listed as a double decrease. This was corrected and the symbol is now a plain knit stitch.

STILWELL by Jared Flood

  • 9 May 2011: ”Work Collar” instructions: total stitch count for all sizes was short by 4 (these were 2+2 placket stitches on either side of neck opening).
  • 11 February 2014: Page 4, under SLEEVES, the 2nd Increase Round has been corrected to read: “Increase Round: Starting with Round 6 of Cuff Chart, knit 1 with BC, Make 1 with BC, work in pattern until 1 stitch remains in round, Make 1 with BC, knit 1 with BC. [37 (41, 41, 45, 45) stitches on needle]“

STONECROP by Jared Flood

  • 13 September 2012 (Version 2.0): Page 5, first column: Row 12 was deleted from the row-by-row written instructions here. This row was included erroneously in the original pattern.

STONECUTTER by Michele Wang

  • 30 September 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 6, there was a typo in the 3rd size grouping, which now reads: “Sizes 38½, 41½” onlyNext row (WS): {WCS}, knit to marker, slip marker, purl 18, slip marker, knit to last stitch, knit 1, {WCS}.
  • ALSO, there is a small correction (making 2 stitches knit stitches, instead of purls) on the Setup Row, on the Left Side of Chart A.
  • 17 October 2013 (Version 3.0): One Page 6, 1st column, under Shape Sleeves, an extra stitch has been removed from the Sizes 38, 41″ only: instructions as follows: “Next row (WS): {WCS}, knit to marker, slip marker, purl 18, slip marker, knit to last stitch, knit 1, {WCS}.”
  • ALSO, the abbreviation instructions for the [Inc + K2tog] (Used during Tubular Cast On) was missed on the previous version and has been added to page 12.

STONES & STRIPES by Nancy Bush

  • 17 May 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 9, EDGE CHART: The second to last stitch on Row 21 should be a knit stitch, rather than a Yarn Over.

STOWE by Michele Wang

  • 7 March 2013 (Version 1.1): Although technically correct, some language in the original version of the pattern was confusing some knitters, so we have revised each paragraph under Rows 1 and 2 of each section with some additional clarifying language.
  • On page 7 the WS Row instructions for the {TSSS}, a portion of the instructions that does not apply has been removed as follows: “WS Rows: With yarn held in back, slip first stitch of row as if to knit, bring yarn to front between needles. Work as instructed by pattern until 1 stitch remains in row (this is the second selvedge stitch of row), purl the last stitch.” (WS rows are sometimes knit and sometimes purled in Stowe’s stitch pattern.)

STRANGER CARDIGAN by Michiyo

  • 2 January 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 4, the written instructions for Row 5 of Cable Panel B (Chart B) have been corrected as follows: Row 5: Knit 1, purl 3, 3/3 RC, knit 1, 3/3 LC, purl 3, knit 1.
  • 27 February 2013 (Version 3.0): Page 5, under RIGHT FRONT “Sizes 44¾, 49, 52¾” only:” has been corrected to read: “Next Row (RS): Knit 2, *work Chart A over next 7 stitches, work Chart B over next 21 stitches; repeat from * once more, work Chart A over next 7 stitches, knit — (0, 1, 1, –), purl — (0, 3, 3, –), knit — (0, 2, 6, –).”
  • 8 March 2013 (Version 3.1): Page 5, under LEFT FRONT “Sizes Sizes 44¾, 49, 52¾” only:” has been corrected to read: “Next Row (RS): Knit — (0, 2, 6, –), purl — (0, 3, 3, –), knit — (0, 1, 1, –), work Chart A over next 7 stitches, *work Chart B over next 21 stitches, work Chart A over next 7 stitches; repeat from * once more, knit 2.”

SULLIVAN by Whitney Gegg-Harrison

  • 26 January 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 6, under SHAPE SLEEVE CAP, a missing * has been added to both Cap Decrease Rows as follows:
    Cap Decrease Row (RS): *Work as established to next marker, slip marker (sm), SSK, work until 2 stitches remain before next marker, k2tog, sm; repeat from * once more, then work in established pattern to the end of row.
    Cap Decrease Row (WS): *Work as established to next marker, sm, p2tog, work until 2 stitches remain before next marker, SSP, sm; repeat from * once more, then work to the end of row.
  • Page 7, under SHAPE RIGHT FRONT SHOULDER, the RS row decrease stitch has been corrected to read: “Next Row (RS): Work in established pattern to first marker, ssk, turn work (WS now facing).”

SVALBARD by Bristol Ivy

  • 18 December 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 8, first paragraph under SLEEVES, the number of picked up stitches has been corrected as follows: “Transfer held Sleeve stitches to Size A DPNs (or circular needle if using Magic Loop method). Rejoin yarn and pick up and knit 4 (8, 8, 8, 8, 12, 12) stitches in underarm cast-on stitches. 68 (76, 84, 88, 100, 108, 116) stitches now on needle(s).”
  • 15 January 2014 (Version 3.0): Page 7, under Pick Up for Fronts, the first row has been revised as follows: “Next Row (RS): With RS facing, Size A 40″ circular needle, and beginning at the neck edge of the left raglan, pick up and knit 38 (42, 46, 46, 50, 54, 62) stitches down left raglan (at a rate of approximately 2 stitches every 3 rows), transfer next 64 (68, 76, 80, 92, 96, 104) stitches [63 (67, 75, 79, 91, 95, 103) Sleeve stitches and 1 Back stitch] to waste yarn for Sleeve, removing marker, cast on 6 (8, 8, 10, 10, 12, 12) stitches over the underarm gap using Cabled Cast On (see Special Techniques), knit 1, purl 1, *knit 3, purl 1; repeat from * to 4 stitches before raglan marker, knit 3, transfer next 64 (68, 76, 80, 92, 96, 104) stitches [1 Back stitch and 63 (67, 75, 79, 91, 95, 103) Sleeve stitches] to waste yarn, removing marker, cast on 6 (8, 8, 10, 10, 12, 12) stitches over the underarm gap, pick up and knit 38 (42, 46, 46, 50, 54, 62) stitches up right raglan, ending at neck edge. 163 (183, 199, 203, 219, 239, 255) stitches now on needle.”
  • 23 January 2014 (Version 3.1): Page 6, under Shape Yoke: “Raglan and Chevron Increase Row (RS): Knit 3, M1, work Cartridge Rib to 2 stitches before raglan marker, beginning where indicated for your size on Sleeve Setup Chart, M1, knit 2, slip marker, knit 2, work Chevron Increases (see Stitch Patterns), beginning with Row 1 of Part A, to 2 stitches before raglan marker, knit 2, slip marker, knit 2, M1, work Cartridge Rib to last 3 stitches before marker, beginning where indicated for your size on Sleeve Setup Chart, M1, knit 3. (6 stitches increased)
  • ALSO, on page 7, additional notes (text in italics) have been added in two places to help clarify what is happening in the underarms section.
  • 11 March 2014 (Version 3.2): Page 7, the end of the paragraph before Edging and Collar has been corrected to read “Work even in Cartridge Rib as established until piece measures 13 (14, 14¼, 14½, 15¼, 16, 16¼)” from underarm, ending with a WS row.”

SWEETGRASS by Leila Raabe

  • 18 April 2012: Chart Row 6, Stitch 2 was originally listed as a knit and should have been a purl.

TERRA by Jared Flood

  • 25 October 2011: Total yardage for pattern was changed to 600 from 570.

THEMIS by Robin Melanson

  • 7 March 2013 (Versions 2.0): Page 6, under Right Armhole Shaping, the decrease row has been corrected to read: “Armhole Decrease Row (RS): Work to last 3 stitches, k2tog, knit 1.

THORN by Bristol Ivy

  • 12 November 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 9, under Part C6 corrected as follows: “Repeat Rows 3 & 4 three more times, then work Row 3 once more, removing middle marker on final row. Break yarn and place all stitches on holder or waste yarn.”

TICKING COWL by Cirilia Rose

  • 27 July 2012 (Version 2.0): Cast-on number for the cowl was listed incorrectly – it has been changed to 400 (instead of 358). The stitch gauge was also changed to 20 stitches = 4” (rather than the 22 stitches previously listed).
  • 14 September 2012 (Version 3.0): The first flat purl round (before joining work into the round) was removed. The pattern now joins into the round directly after the cast-on row, and three rounds are then knit. This change was made so that the rolled edge at the beginning and end of cowl is identical in appearance.

TILDA by Yoko Hatta

  • 19 December 2012 (Version 1.1): The suggested needle size was incorrect throughout the pattern. It now reads “(sugg. 4½ mm / US 7).”
  • 16 January 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 5, 2nd column, the final “Shape Raglans” instructions under LEFT FRONT have been corrected to read: “Bind off (at beginning of next 8 WS rows) 2 stitches twice, then 1 stitch 6 times, AND repeat the Raglan Decrease Row 5 more times (on RS rows) – 5 stitches remain.”
  • Also, Page 6, 1st column, the final “Shape Raglans” instructions under RIGHT FRONT have been corrected to read: “Bind off (at beginning of next 8 RS rows) 2 stitches twice, then 1 stitch 6 times, AND repeat the Raglan Decrease Row 6 more times (at end of RS rows) – 5 stitches remain.”
  • 8 February 2013 (Version 3.0): Pages 5 and 6, for LEFT FRONT and RIGHT FRONT under “Raglan Shaping”, there needs to be one WS row worked before Front Neck shaping begins.  On both pages, the pattern has been corrected to read: “– 35 (37, 38, 39, 39, 41) stitches remain. Work 1 row even (WS).
  • 20 March 2013 (Version 3.1): Page 7, the instructions for the 4th and 6th row under “Right Sleeve Only” clarified to read: (4th) “Bind off 1 stitch, SSK, pass second stitch on R needle over first stitch (1 further stitch bound off), knit 3 – 4 stitches remain.” (6th) “Bind off 2 stitches, knit 1 – 2 stitches remain.”
  • Also,the instructions for the 5th row under “Left Sleeve Only” clarified to read: “Bind off 2 stitches, purl 1 – 2 stitches remain.

TIMBERLINE by Jared Flood

  • 29 August 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 6 Column 2 (end) adjusted as follows:
    Work as established, repeating Hem Rows 1 & 2 until piece measures 2 1/2″ from cast-on edge, ending with a RS (WS, RS, WS)row.Sizes 43 3/4 and 53ʺ only:
    Place a marker at center of work [after 127 (–, 147, –) stitches].

    Next Row (WS): Work in established rib to 4 stitches before marker, p2tog, SSK, remove marker, k2tog, SSP, work in established rib to end. [4 stitches decreased; 250 (–, 290, –) stitches remain]Page 7 Column 1 (top), adjusted as follows:
    All Sizes Resume:
    Divide Body and Bands
    Body Setup Row 1 (RS): Knit 2, purl 1, slip 1 with yarn in back, *purl 2, knit 2; repeat from * 3 more times. Place the 20 stitches just worked onto waste yarn or a stitch holder (these are your Right Band stitches and will be worked later). Continue across row as follows: Work Row 1 of Right Front Setup Chart once (working increases as indicated), place marker (Marker A), purl 4 (5, 7, 9), M1P, purl 6 (16, 13, 28), M1P, [purl 2 (–, 7, –), M1P] 2 (–, 2, –) times, purl 0 (5, 0, 9), place marker (Marker B), work Row 1 of Back Setup Chart once (working the bracketed motif 3 times, and working increases as indicated), place marker (Marker C), purl 0 (5, 0, 9), [M1P, purl 2 (–, 7, –)] 2 (–, 2, –) times, M1P, purl 6 (16, 13, 28), M1P, purl 4 (5, 7, 9), place marker (Marker D), work Row 1 of Left Front Setup Chart once (working increases as indicated). Place the final 20 stitches of row onto waste yarn or a stitch holder (for Left Band). [40 stitches have been placed on hold; 19 (15, 19, 15) stitches have been increased; 229 (249, 269, 289) stitches now on needle.
  • 30 October 2013 (Version 2.1): The Sleeve cuff measurements were missing on the Schematic and have now been added.
  • 23 January 2014 (Version 3.0): On page 13, under Left Collar Shaping Sequence B, the first 3 stitches have been corrected to read: "Collar Row B2 (WS): Knit 3, purl 1, knit 2, slip marker, work in established rib to next marker, slip marker, knit 2, purl 3."

TINDER by Jared Flood

  • 8 May 2012: The Bind Off rows (first rows) of “Shape Armhole” and “Shape Cap” sections were updated to clarify that the last stitch of the bound off underarm stitches is the first “knit 1” of the 3-stitch raglan rib. This change was made on all pieces (Fronts, Back & Sleeves).
  • Right Front: The Decrease Row instructions had the “SSK” and “Slip Marker” reversed. The updated instructions read: “Work as established to marker, slip marker, SSK, work to end of row in pattern."
  • 2 July 2013 (Version 2.1): Missing measurements on the Schematic have been added for those that only contained 6 sizes, rather than 7.

TURN A SQUARE HAT by Jared Flood

  • 10 January 2013 (Version 3.1): Page 5, under Rearrange Stitches for 2x2 Ribbing, fixed a typo. It now reads “...repeat from * until 1 stitch remains, slip final stitch to R needle...”
  • Also Page 5, a missing needle change was added to read “You have now completed your Tubular Cast On and will begin working your regular 2x2 rib with needle B.”
  • 11 January 2013 (Version 3.2): On the schematic (Page 3), the body of the hat measurement has been corrected to 4" high through the striping sequence.
  • 18 December 2013 (Version 3.3): Added a missing asterisk on page 4: "Row 1 (Increase Row; RS): *Knit 1, . . ."
  • 30 December 2013 (Versions 3.4): On the previous update, the schematic reverted to an earlier version (showing the body of the hat measurement 5" instead of 4") when exported. The correct measurement is 4" (as in Version 3.2).

TOPIARY by Michele Wang

  • 27 September 2011: The placement of the asterisk (*) in the Setup Row was changed. Corrected pattern is: ”Setup Row: Knit 1, *purl 4, [knit 2, purl 2] three times, knit 1, [purl 2, knit 2] three times; repeat from * 0 (1, 2) more times, purl 4, knit 1.
  • 14 May 2012: Changed “Rounds” to “Rows” for ribbing instructions.

VALE by Michele Wang

  • 12 November 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 6, under FRONT, the length at which the arm opening begins has been adjusted as follows: “Work as for Back until piece measures 8¼ (8¾, 8¾, 8¾)” from cast-on edge, ending with a WS row.”

VERTEX VEST by Julie Weisenberger

  • 26 January 2013 (Version 2.0): Page 3, on the Lower Left section of the Schematic, the measurements that read: “12 (12½, 13½, 15, 16½, 18½)” are incorrect. The correct measurements are: “16 (16½, 17¼, 17½, 19¼, 20)
  • 11 February 2013 (Version 3.0): Please disregard the changes to the schematic made in Version 2.0, those original measurements were correct and have been reverted back. The section of the schematic that had the incorrect measurements is the Lower Right Cast On edge. The measurements that read: “12¾ (13¼, 13½, 14, 15½, 16¼)“ are incorrect. The correct measurements are: “16 (16½, 17¼, 17½, 19¼, 20)

WANDERER CAP by Jared Flood (Note that this pattern is available in Interweave’s publication of “Weekend Hats”. We have listed the errata that was printed in that book here for your convenience.)

  • 10 December 2012: Page 16 of book, 1st column; the written instructions for the third round of the hat “Body” was missing an initial asterisk. The corrected row reads as follows:
    • “Next rnd: (inc rnd) *LT (see Stitch Guide) 2 times, k11, M1, LT 2 times, k12, LT 2 times, k11, M1; rep from * once more, remove m, sl1 pwise web, pm for beg of rnd – 96 sts.

WELLWOOD by Michele Wang

  • 14 September 2012 (Version 2.0): The InvL definition under Abbreviations (page 9) began with an erroneous “With yarn held at front of work”. This portion of the definition has been deleted.
  • 27 Sepetember 2012 (Version 3.1): On page 9, Charts B and C’s labels were reversed. In the corrected pattern, Chart C is now the chart on the left side of the page, and Chart B is on the right side of the page.
  • 12 November 2012 (Version 4.0): The “Broderie Anglaise Left” definition within the Legend was updated to the following: ”On Row 1 of chart, SSK (1 stitch is decreased). On Row 2, purl 1. On Row 3 of chart, knit 1, “knit 1 long” (insert the R needle two rows below into the space just to the right of the ssk and knit a stitch, drawing up a long loop onto the R needle) (1 stitch increased)”

WOODRUFF by Jared Flood

  • 4 December 2012: The legend on page 4 was missing the regular knit symbol. This symbol and definition has been added to the legend.