If anyone does decide to join my insanity…here are the corrections I’ve found so far. I’ve sent them to Megan (the author of the website), but don’t know when they’ll be corrected.
Also, I’m not using 000 needles & size 10 cotton thread…I’m using size 3 needles & what’s probably a sport or baby weight yarn. Can’t know for sure 'cause it’s yarn I frogged from a sweater I no longer like the style of…it will wind up being 20" square; one side of one square = 10" in the needles and yarn weight I’m using.
Here’s a few more…grrrrr…
Had to go back 5 rows, then 3 rows, but managed to figure it out using the chart…
Row 65 now reads: S1P, P63, P1
It should read: S1P, KNIT 63, P1
Row 67 now reads: S1P, P65, P1
It should read: S1P, KNIT 65, P1
Row 69 now reads: S1P, P67, P1
It should read: S1P, KNIT 67, P1
…and her (very quick) response…
The Chart is definitely what you should work from if you possibly can.
When I first designed the pattern I did it using a chart and for ages
all I had on my site was the chart. Then someone told me they couldn’t
read charts no matter how hard they tried so would I please, please,
please write it out for them in words (for free, of course!).
I did write it out but have to admit I did not test-knit my handwritten
instructions. Consequently some bloopers have slipped in due to my
human error. That is, when I’ve proof-read it I’ve seen what I wanted
to see instead of what was really there!
I’m sorry it made you go grrrrr and thank you for bringing them to my
attention. If you spot any more please let me know and I’ll update the
It’s a challenge, but it’s SO much fun watching the pattern emerge! Just takes a fair amount of counting, and we can all do that, right?