Our patterns are edited and tested but the occasional error still manages to sneak its way through.  Please check this page for errata before you cast on, just in case. You can also contact us directly if you think you have found errata that has not yet made itself known. 



Brecken Sweater
Page 62: There is an error in yarn for B. Still only 1 skein of B but if you are working from scraps, please have a total of 130 (145, 160, 170)[185, 200, 220] yards / 119 (133, 146, 155)[169, 183, 201] meters B.

Tot Toppers 

sweatershirt (kids) (pattern updated 8/2018)
finishing: the center front neckline sts were reported incorrectly, they should match the number of sts that were cable CO for the front neck, 19 (21, 23, 25)[27, 29, 31]. The total stitch count listed was correct.

Gramps Slouch (Pattern updated 10/2017)
The definition for T4Ftog is written incorrectly. It should read: Slip 2 sts to cable needle and hold to front, p2tog, k2 from cable needle.

Gramps Cardigan (adult version, Pattern updated 8/2017)
Round 11 of WRITTEN sleeve cable instruction only (chart is correct) should be: P5, C4F, P5.

Gramps Cardigan (children’s version)
Schematic shows incorrect underarm sleeve length and body length. Follow text/written lengths instead.
Sleeve Cable Pattern (written only)(Pattern updated 11/2011)
Rounds 10 & 12: P5, k4, p5.

Lilly Tunic (Pattern updated 1.11.14)
The stitch count was incorrect after working underarm increases, causing a number of stitch counts that followed to need adjustment. All electronic versions have been corrected online, but if you purchased the hard copy of this pattern, please contact for details on how to obtain a replacement.

Roar Mittens (Pattern updated 4.6.11)
Yarn: 20(25, 40, 60, 80, 105, 135) yards A and 15(15, 30, 50, 80, 110, 150) yards B of worsted weight yarn.

Sugar Bear Set/Cocoon Clarification (Pattern updated 3.17.11)
Placket Row
Form the placket: K to last 6 sts, sl next 6 sts to spare DPN. Hold DPN behind LH working needle, [k2tog one stitch from front and back needle] 6 times, joining to work in the round. 96 sts.

Tiered Ruffle Socks in Knitting Clothes Kids Love
After removing the provisional cast-on, a couple of stitch counts are incorrect in the paragraph that follows. Correction below:
PM and join to work in the round, work across provisionally CO sts, knit to end of round, working remaining wraps together with wrapped st. 24(32, 36) sts.

Toasty Waffle Henley
Buttonhole Row (RS): K to 2 sts before marker, ssk, sm, k1, sm, k2tog four times, work to last 5 sts, work 2-st buttonhole, k to end –8 sts decreased.

Vintage Petti-Set (Pattern updated 3.2.11)
Sleeve (changes)
BO 2(2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4) sts at the beginning of next 2 rows.
Dec 1 st at each end every RS row 7(8, 9, 11, 13, 13, 15) times, then every row 4 (4, 4, 2, 0, 2, 0) times.



Knits for Boys 

benson mittens
page 111: ribbing for thumbs is worked on smaller needles. in mitt cap, after sts are Cable CO, replace “work in Rib” with: “k16 (20), work in rib to end of round”

Big Bad Vest
Page 127: The bottom of the vest is actually worked in a 2×2 Rib, but the only rib listed in the pattern is 1×1. To match the sample shown: *K2, p2; rep from * to end of round. Repeat for each round of hem.
Page 128: “Neckline” instructions are incorrect. Replace with:
Place 30 (30, 32, 32, 24) back neck sts on needle ready to work RS. Using smaller needles and C, knit across these sts. Pick up and knit 26 (26, 27, 27, 29) sts on the left side of the neckline, pm at center front neck, pick up and knit 26 (26, 27, 27, 29) sts on the right side of the neckline. Place marker and join to work in the round. 82 (82, 86, 86, 92). Work Dec Rib as instructed in pattern. Final st count before BO is 74 (74, 78, 78, 84) sts.

Charlie V
Page 36: Before joining in the round, DO turn your work so that RS is facing. The instruction do not turn should be removed. Make sure you are knitting the round with RS facing before working the join.

Comfy Shorts
Page 73: Crotch Shaping Round: K1, M1L, sm, work to marker, sm, M1R, work to marker, M1L, sm, work to marker, sm, M1R, work to end–4 sts inc.

Library Cardigan
Page 51: 2 needles sizes are listed in the pattern information but only one size is actually needed to knit this sweater. The sample was worked on Size 7 (4.5) mm needles. Use whatever size needles you need to get gauge throughout the entire project.
Page 52: Wrong side rows in the decrease section should be worked in rib pat NOT purled.

Jake Jacket
Page 88: Body, after working Rib for 7 rows, you should be ready to work a RS row NOT a WS row.

Jesse Polo
Page 93: Sleeves, sizes 5 & 10 ONLY, work Crossover Rib slightly differently than for hem as follows:
Rnd 1 (Rib): *K2, p2; rep from * around.
Rnd 2: *X2, p2; rep from * around.
Rnds 3-5: Work in Rib.
Rnd 6: *X2, p2; rep from * around.
Rnds 7-9: Work in Rib.

Outdoorsy Sweater
Page 47: Top of second column. Do not knit the final WS row after increases are completed. Replace line with:
“Work last 4 rows twice, work the first three rows once more and do not turn…”

Prepster Vest
Page 99: Row 2 of Neckline shaping for both fronts should end with “k2” NOT “k1.” Then, work Right Front and Left Front Neckline Shaping a total of 10 times (ALL SIZES). Continue with final Row 1 decrease as directed, ending with stitch counts as written.

Striated Crew
Page 40: “Next Row” front cast-on instructions should say: CO 15 (18, 20, 22, 22) sts, [k to marker, M1R, sm, k1, sm, M1L] four times, k to end of row, join to work in the round, being careful not to twist sts, k to fourth marker, place marker for end of round. [stitch count is correct].
Page 40: Separate Body & Sleeves
Next Rnd: [K to marker, remove marker, sl next 40 (42, 44, 46, 50) sts to holder removing markers, CO 4 (4, 6, 6, 6) sts] twice, k to end of round.
Page 41: Neckline should be worked in D, NOT A, to match sample shown.

Winston Henley
Page 114: Follow the italicized instructions for slipping the first and last sts on WS rows and knitting them on RS rows. Do not slip sts on RS rows.
Page 115: After “Switch to B and smaller needles.”
Next Round: Knit. Then work Rib as pattern states.

Cooper Hoodie
Page 117:
Pocket, “with LARGER circular needles…”
Body, “with LARGER circular needles…”