Errata: Three Flowers, and Crashed Hard Drives

If you have a Three Flowers pattern and the pattern instructions and chart is on ivory colored paper this does not pertain to you as your pattern is correct and nothing is missing.

I had a crashed hard drive this past summer, and basically had a data recovery for much of my patterns that yielded old versions and in some cases things like missing bold lines between sections of a few charts, or a few missing decreases. I did not catch the missing things on Three Flowers until I was looking at it to check it before printing today.

Here is how to tell if this affects your pattern: if there are no bold lines between the sections of the chart, that means your chart is a bit wonky. Send it back to me, folded up in an envelope with regular postage, and I will send you a new one.

There are a some double decreases that are missing as well, and they occur on lines 9 & 19 of Tiger Lilly, between the paired yarn overs (instead of yo, k1, yo, it would be yo, sk2p, yo – slip 1, k2together, pass slipped stitch over the k2together). On Sweet Violet there are also some double decreases missing (but not all). They are on lines 7 & 15. On line 7 the double decrease is missing out of section “b”.  The sk2p goes between the first and second yo to the left of the bold line between section “a” and section”b”. On row 15, the sk2p goes between the first and second yo to the right of each bold line.

The repeats are marked by bold lines as follows: For Magnolia, the bold lines go to the left of the double decrease in line 23 all the way through the chart from top to bottom. For Tiger Lilly, the fits bold line is in 3 boxes from the left and in 4 boxes from the right. Sweet Violet has bold lines that extend from the bottom to the top of the chart just after the decrease that follows the two yo’s.

Peace and Knitting, JoLene Treace

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One Response to “Errata: Three Flowers, and Crashed Hard Drives”

  1. angelarae Says:

    I hate hard drive crashes…they suck.

    Ang

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