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KnitChocolate
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Posted - 09/19/2005 :  2:02:13 PM  Show Profile Send KnitChocolate a Private Message
Wanted to share that there are errors in Little Badger Knitwear -- I had trouble with the heart sweater and the soccer sweater. When I searched on-line for corrections, I saw that others had trouble with the ballet sweater and dragon hat.

The good news is that the publisher was very prompt in sending errata when I dropped them an e-mail. I hope it is okay if I post them here -- in case someone (just like me) gets majorly stuck on a weekend (or late at night!)

I got the errata for the whole book.

To paraphrase another poster, the happy accident is that I came across these forums in trying to solve my problem. What a great place!
Monique

Little Badger Knitwear
Due to printing errors and conversion from inches to cm please note amendments 10/06/01

Abbreviations

SSK: slip 1 stitch, slip another stitch, put on left hand needle, k2together through back of stitch. This looks like K2tog in reverse and avoids stretching the stitch. However slip 1, knit 1, pass slip stitch over would also work (but wouldn’t look as neat).
Sl 2tog.k1,p2sso;slip 2together(as if you were going to k2tog) then knit the next st and pass both the slipped sts over the knitted one. This has the same effect as k3tog but the stitch in the middle lies on top of the other 2

P58, Coat Dress, Leggings & booties
Tension should read 25sts 40 rows = 10cm.
Back; Cast on 106(121)sts
Shape Waist; next row; (p2tog)7times,(p1,p2tog) 26(31)times then p2 tog 7 times.
Shape Shoulders last sentence should read. cast off remaining 20(24) centre back.
Left Front; Shape armholes
2nd row should read Cont in st st keeping Moss st border but dec 1 st at armhole edge on next row and every following row until 25(32)sts.
Right Front; Shape armholes; Cont in st st keeping moss st border but decrease 1 st at armhole edge on next row & every following row until 25(32)sts.
Cont in st st until right front measures 34(38.5)cms from cast on edge if using denim cotton or 31(31.5)cms if using plain cotton and making 2 further buttonholes at intervals of 10(12)rows
Sleeves; 4th row of pattern should read ending with a purl row. Increase should read Inc 1 st each end of every following 6th row.
Collar; cast on 76(90)sts

P66, Museum Sweater
Yarn quantities should read 5(7,8)grm balls

P64,Ballet cardi; Back 2nd row should read work 12 rows in K1 P1 rib.

P65, Square Neck cardigan
Yarn quantities should read 4(5)grms

P61 Cot Blanket
Yarn quantities should read 5 x 50grm balls Ecru 2 x 50grm Red

P68 Heart Sweater
Front Last line before shape armholes should read; cont as set until 46(44)th row of chart has been worked

P69 Dragon hat (see also abbreviations above)
When knitting dragon hat try knitting tail first to get an idea of how fins work
R21; k8,slip 2tog, k1, p2sso,(k12,ssk) twice, k11, inc in next st,k4, inc in next st, (k12,k2tog)twice,k12, k3tog,k8.
R23; k6, sl 2tog,k1,p2sso(k11,ssk)twice, k10, inc in next st, k8, inc in next st (k11,k2tog) twice, k11, k3tog, k6.
R26;p3,p2tog tbl,p to last 5sts,p2tog,p3
R27;k2,sl 2tog,k1,p2sso,(k9,ssk)twice,k16, fold work back with RS facing, using a third needle, k1stitch alone from front needle, then alternating k & p, cast off all recently increased sts (7 more) by taking 1st from each needle together, slip the remaining sts from 3rd needle back onto original rh needle, pull yarn up tight to avoid a hole and continue row,(k9,k2tog) twice,k9 sl2tog,k1,p2sso,k2.
R29;sl 2tog,k1,p2sso,(k8,ssk)twice,k7,(inc in next st)twice(k8,k2tog)twice,,k8,sl 2tog,k1,p2sso.
R31;Cast on 10sts,k10,ssk,(k7,ssk)twice,k6,inc in next st,k2,inc in next st,(k7,k2tog)twice,k7,k2tog,k10.
R32;p9,p2tog tbl,p to last 11sts, p2tog,p9
R33;k8,sl 2tog,k1,p2sso,(k6,ssk)twice,k5,inc in next st,k4,inc in next st,(k6,k2tog)twice,k6,sl 2tog, k1,psso,k8
R34; p7,p2tog tbl,p19,inc in next st,p6,inc in next st, p to last 9sts,p2tog,p7.
R35; k6,sl 2tog,k1,p2sso,(k5,ssk)twice,k4,inc in next st,k8,inc in next st,(k5,k2tog)twice,k5,sl 2tog, k1,psso,k6
R36; p5,p2tog tbl,p16,inc in next st,p10,inc in next st, p to last 7sts,p2tog,p5
R37; k4,sl 2tog,k1,p2sso,(k4,ssk)twice,k3,inc in next st,k12,inc in next st,(k4,k2tog)twice,k4,sl 2tog, k1,psso,k4
R38; p3,p2tog tbl,p13,inc in next st,p14,inc in next st, p 14,p2tog,p3
R39; ;k2,sl 2tog,k1,p2sso,(k3,ssk)twice,k2,inc in next st,k16,inc in next st,(k3,k2tog)twice,k3,sl 2tog, k1,psso,k2
R41;sl 2tog,k1,p2sso,(k2,ssk)twice,k11,fold work back with RS facing, using 3rd needle k the first st alone from the front needle, then cast off as before, taking 1 st from each needle together, until all inc sts have been cast off. Slip remaining st from 3rd needle back onto original rh needle and finish row. (k2,k2tog)twice,k2,sl2tog,k1,p2sso.
Transfer all sts onto other needle, cut off yarn leaving a long end for sewing up, thread yarn twice through remaining sts(19) and draw up into a tight circle, sew along back fins with mattress st.

P89; Star Jacket 25(31)sts for back neck should be cast off not left on needle holder

P90; Scarf
Cont as set until scarf measures 28cm should be 71cm (28")

P91 Hats
2nd row of heart & star graph should read
k32(38,34) with MC, k across 2nd row of chart A or B k32(38,44) with MC

P81Soccer Sweater
Shape armholes; Last line should read. Continue in st st until work measures 32(37,46)cm
Shape Shoulders; Cast off 16(20,22)sts at each end of next row to shape shoulders. Place remaining 31(31,33)sts across center on needle holder. Back should measure 32(37,46)cm
Front
Shape Armholes Last line should read; 24(28,35)cm from cast on edge
Shape Neck; Next row; Cont in st st work 26(30,32)sts. 4th Row of pattern should then read cont in st st until work measures 32(37,46)cm from cast on edge Cast off remaining 16(20,23)sts for shoulder. With right side facing, place center 11(11,13)sts on st holder. Rejoin yarn to remaining 26,(30,32)sts cont in st st shaping neck as on opposite side.
Neck; 3rd row of pattern should read pick up all 31(31,33)sts from back.

"Very sorry for any inconvenience this causes!
"Ros Badger & Elaine Scott" (the authors)

Mbarkle
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Posted - 09/20/2005 :  06:06:47 AM  Show Profile Send Mbarkle a Private Message
Thanks for posting this. I just finished the Pirate sweater and I had to reknit the front because the motif in the chart wasn't centered. I'm not sure if it was me or a mistake in the pattern. . .

I think it said something like P 16, insert chart, P 8. It should have been P 8, insert chart, P 16. Bleah. . . It turned out cute though. I need to get the buttons sewn on and it's done.

I don't know if I'll make any of the others, maybe the soccer one if my ds decides to play this spring.

Mary B
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newtnknitter
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USA
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Posted - 10/05/2005 :  8:04:25 PM  Show Profile Send newtnknitter a Private Message
THANKS! I had just started the dragon hat when I decided to find any corrections. You were a lifesaver, and the hat is a must knit!

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