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: email@example.com.
Shakespeare in Love:
When different sizes are to follow different directions, those directions are often indicated by placing all but the first size's inside parentheses and separating them with commas, as in the follow three examples:
32 (36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56)"
p3 (1, 2, 3, 3, 3, 4)
- (LT, LT, LT, RTLT, RTLT, RTLT)
So in the third example the first size will do nothing and move on to the next instruction, the next three sizes will work an LT, and the final three sizes will work an RTLT.
Patterns downloaded before February 27, 2015 only: Under Back, Short Row Side Shaping, the 4th RS row worked should read as, "Yo, work rib to yo, k2tog, k1, p2, turn;"
Patterns downloaded before January 27, 2015 only: The sleeve cable pattern created a cable like those on the charcoal sweater's sleeves, which are slightly different from those on the cream-colored sweater. Revised patterns have the cable as for the cream sweater. The difference is that, for the cream sweater, the 5/5 LC and 5/5 RC are worked 4 rows later, on Row 33; and the 5/6 LC or RC is worked 4 rows sooner, on Row 37. The repeat is over 16 rows. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like the revised pattern.