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Pattern Errata

Cactus Amigurumi

7/28/20

Advisory for casting on:

If you don’t use a circular cast-on and pull it tight, the 6 sts do form a sort of flat disk.  Pull the tail and the assembly gets more three dimensional.

When you do the next three rounds, the assembly starts to cup if your cast-on was tight. If your cast-on wasn't tight enough, the working piece won’t cup and it just looks flat.
Using circular cast on and pulling tight with teal yarn and wooden crochet hook
Using circular cast on and pulling tight with teal yarn and wooden crochet hook
Showing the cup of the cactus begin to form with teal yarn and wooden crochet hook
Wooden crochet hook and teal yarn showing cactus cup begin to form.

Round 5 is correctly written but the stitch count is 30, not 24
Round 6 is 24 sts  the “sk 1 st” tells us this is the round where the decreases start
Round 7 is back down to 18
Round 8 brings you back down to 12. It forms a small ball-like shape. 

Fox Amigurumi

12/20/19

Crochet

Belly: Round 1: With orange yarn, ch 5, 2 sc in the second ch from the hook, sc in the next 2 chs, 4 sc in the next ch, working on the opposite side of the starting ch, sc in the next 2 chs, 2 sc in the next ch.

Round 2: 2 sc in the next 2 sts, sc in the next 2 sts, 2 sc in the next 4 sts, sc in the next 2 sts, 2 sc in the next 2 sts <20>

Round 3: *sc in the next st, 2 sc in the next st, sc in the next 6 sts, 2 sc in the next st, sc in the next 2 sts, 2 sc in the next st, sc in the next 6 sts, 2 sc in the next st, sc in the next st <24>

Round 4: 2 sc in the next 2 sts, sc in the next 8 sts, 2 sc in the next 4 sts, sc in the next 8 sts, 2 sc in the next 2 sts <32>

Finishing: fasten off, leave tail for sewing

Frog Amigurumi

12/20/19

Crochet:

In the arm, round 3-7 should be <18 sts>

The eye is missing round 2 but it was a typo, round 3 should be round 2 and so on. 

In the leg, Round 3 should say <15 sts> not 18

Knit:

The st counts of the head are incorrect and there is an error in Round 17:

Round 2: <27>

Round 3:<36>

Round 4:<36>

Round 5: <45>

Round 6: <45>

Round 7:<54>

Round 8: <63>

Round 9-16: <63>

Round 17: [K7, k2tog] 6 times <56>

Round 18: <56>

Round 19: <48>

Round 20: <48>

Round 21:<36>

 

The Crossed Stitch Top

1/2/2020

Row 1: Chain 2 (counts as DC here and throughout the pattern) 49 DC, 5 Special Stitches (counts as 10 dc), 50 DC (110 sts)

Yarn of the Month Box 11: Ribbed Boot Cuffs

5/26/20

Crochet

Pattern

Make two
Ch 7, turn work
Row 1: Ch 1, SC across (7 sc)
Row 2: CH 1, turn, SC BLO to end of row
Repeat Row 2 until work measures 11 inches or circumference of your leg.
CH 1, turn work 90 degrees and SC down one selvedge edge at a rate of approximately one SC per row.
Continue working perpendicular to your ribbing as follows:
Row 1-4: CH 2, turn work, DC to end of row
Row 5: CH 1, turn, *SC 5, SC2TOG* repeat until end of row.
With right sides together, sew short edges together using the tapestry needle.

Yarn of the Month Box 1: Welcome to the Party Headband or Cowl

5/26/20

Crochet

Cowl Pattern

The cowl is worked flat. It is 11SC  (single crochet) stitches wide, it does not use SL (slip) stitches.  The ch1 at the end of each row is like a little step up so when you FLO SC across the row you get a nice clean edge, when you start the next row that ch1 is not an extra stitch, it just helps keep the edge from rolling over on itself.  

Begin: CH 12
Row 1: SC in second stitch from hook, SC to end of row <11 STS>, CH1, turn work.
Row 2: FLO SC to end of row <11 STS>, CH1, turn work. Repeat this step until you have about 3 feet of yarn left. 
Finishing: Bind off and sew short edges together.