Revisions & Updates


November 2006

Revisions in this issue:
Latvian Purse, page 94
Latvian Belt, page 94
Icy Stars, page 14, 80
On the Town, Cropped Jacket, page 32
Welcoming Mitten, page 57
Felted Bag, pages 60-61
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Latvian Purse, page 94
Rnd 1: *With..... (delete WS)
Note: To start out this is the wrong side but that is because it rolls to the right side, after Rnd 3 this becomes the right side.

Rnd 3 (braid):
after Rnd 3 delete: Turn work around needle and work in opposite direction.

Latvian Belt, page 94
Row 3: Sl 1p, k2, work Row 1 of Belt Chart...... (add k2)

Row 5: With A....................turn, leave rem 1 st (not 3 sts) unworked.

Note: Change to the larger needles to work the belt chart, then change back to the smaller needles to work the braid on the other edge.

(page 95) Row 10: ".......turn, leave rem 1 st on a spare needle." (not 2 sts).

Additional Notes:
Sts that are left unworked on Row 5 and several rows after are keep on a spare needle until about Row 13 then worked across to angle down thatís what makes the curve in the belt to where the ties will go.

Icy Stars, page 14, 80
Rib St patt, Page 80
The sweater as shown has no ribbing at the bottom and begins as given in the instructions with the 5 knit rows for a garter edging. The Lower Rib pat doesn't appear to belong with this pattern.
On the Town, Cropped Jacket, page 32
There is an error in the instructions for the Fronts. The left front should end on a WS (wrong side) row ready to start the armhole at the beg of the next row. The Right Front should end on a RS (right side) row.

Left Front
Beg pat with a RS row, work even until front measures 6 1/2 inches from bet, ending with a WS (not RS) row.

Right Front
Work as for left front to armhole, ending with a RS (not WS) row.

Welcoming Mitten, page 57
Worsted weight yarn (210 yds/100g per skein): 2 balls blue #129 (A) and 1 ball white #8 (B)
Felted Bag, pages 60-61
Purse is made in garter stitch and is worked from side to side. If you look at the picture, the edge on the right side of the photo is the cast-on edge. You work from that side increasing at each end every other row, then work the handle. Then you go back and work the body of the purse (the straight section under the handle). Then the handle stitches are put back on the needle with the body stitches and you begin decreasing every other row to the original number of stitches. Then bind off. As you are working it resembles a large mug with the handle on the right hand side.
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