While my editors and I do our best to check and double check ... and triple check! everything, we're not perfect. If an error is discovered though, patterns are always revised and updated right away. And if an error is major - enough to throw you off or mess up your project, you'll receive a notification by email if you purchased a download from this website or by pm if you bought it on Ravelry.
A pattern might also be revised and updated for a variety of other reasons - to correct a minor typo, to tweak the wording if it might make things a bit clearer, or to add a new photo if I happen to get a better shot.
Most patterns will have a version number at the bottom of the first page, such as, v.1.18.12, which is reflective of the date (month.day.year) when the pattern was last updated.
All corrections listed in the following files are specifically for the patterns dated before the corrections, and do not apply to more recent patterns.
You may get the latest version at any time by clicking on your original pattern link,
or by requesting an update: firstname.lastname@example.org
March 22, 2022: For the Original version only, the wording for the cast-on at the end of the neckline has been clarified. And the chart legend has been corrected to remove the "even row" "odd row" references; they were unnecessary.
Also the following definitions had been missing from the glossary and were added here:
ytf: yarn to front
ytb: yarn to back
psso: pass second stitch (on right needle) over first stitch.
For patterns downloaded before February 25, 2022: The chart note instructs to read odd rows one way and even rows another. This is true only for the "inside-the-box" version of the pattern. For the original version, all rows should be read from right to left.
October 24, 2019: The very first RS Inc row has been changed to switch the positions of the LLI and RLI, for a more intuitive and I think more attractive increase.. "
For patterns downloaded before March 11, 2019: On Page 3, Column 2, Line 3, the sentence was truncated and should end as, " ... 7 more times, k3, k1 tbl. "
For patterns downloaded before October 12, 2015: On Page 3, Column 1, under Neckline, after repeating the correct number of increase rows there will be 118 sts, (not 122). although there will be 122 sts after casting on 4 in the following paragraph."
For patterns downloaded before September 29, 2015: On Page 4, Stitch pattern - written portion, Rows 3 and 7 should each end with, "2/2RC, 2/2LC," instead of "k8."