This designhas kicked my a$$ to Alaska and back! Oh my! :wall:
It’s called [B]Hey, Teach![/B] Featured free at Knitty.
I’ve frogged the Back (lace pattern) so many times, I was about to scrap the entire project. Come to find out…the narrative in the pattern is vague with regards to the chart…how to work the chart’s repeated red box. Fortunately, someone posted questions about the charted area of lacework…and someone else posted the answer! Voila. I’m back on track…
…but came up against another wall on Row 7 of the chart. Seems that the stitch markers have to shift 1 stitch over starting on Row 7. Found that out the hard way. :wall:
Onward…hopefully I’ll sail along now. For crying out loud…according to Ravely 2,267 women have managed to knit this cardigan!
There is another error that someone found…a real error on the Left & Right Fronts…and I can see that some women who knit [B]Hey, Teach![/B] didn’t spot the error (and the correction) in time.
Here is the correction:
[B]On 7/28/08, Yoshimi commented:[/B]
[B]“For left front, lace pattern, it states k2, knit in pattern, knit 6; this should read k6 knit in pattern k2[/B]
[B]For right front, lace pattern, it states k6, knit in pattern, k2; this should read k2, knit in pattern, k6.”[/B]
I’ve found a lot of help for finding errata by reading the ‘comments’ for the project. [B] Hey, Teach! [/B]has 24 comments, and a few of tem speak to the very issues I was confounded by.