Moroccan Days/Arabian Nights Errata
Chart A, row 21: Center stitch should be knit, not purl
Chart A, row 41, stitch 20:
Should be purl, not knit. Written directions are correct.
On rows 7, 9, & 11, 2nd stitch in from edge should be a knit 2 together. All right side rows on this chart begin with a beaded yarnover, k2 tog. Written directions are correct.
Chart G4, row 19, st 40:
Should be YO, not knit, as written.
I meant to put G1 & G3 on the right side triangles and G2 & G4 on the left side triangles. Directions are correct. Diagram is correct. Label is specious.
Pg. 8, Legend:
Wrong side decreases: On wrong side rows of beaded edging (Charts B & C ONLY) substitute K2tog for SSK, SSK for K2tog, and K3tog for Sk2P. (as if in garter stitch)
ALL OTHER CHARTS, wrong side rows, the symbol for a right leaning decrease (k2tog) on the right side becomes a p2tog on the wrong side, a left leaning decrease (ssk) becomes a p2 tog tbl, and an Sk2p double decrease becomes a P3tog tbl. This is standard stockinette practice.
Pg. 8, Written Dir. Chart A
Row 7 should read: (P1, k1tbl) twice, (bead1, k1) twice, k2*, not k1* as written.
Rows 11, 12, 15, 16, 19, & 20 should read: Repeat to last 9 stitches. Chart is correct.
Rows 17 & 21 should read: Repeat to last 7 stitches. Chart is correct.
Page 10, Written Dir. Chart F
Row 7: Eliminate extra * k1 from instruction. (I st-stuttered…)
Page 12 at bottom:
Row 1: (WS) Purl. Row 2: Knit. Row 3: P1, slide 20 beads close to RH needle, k1tbl, forming a beaded loop, k2; rep from, end p1. Rows 4 -8: Knit. Row 9: Knit 94, knit 2 tog, knit 94 (189 stitches)
Pg 13, one third of the pg. down, after line beginning with Next Row:
Should read: work chart D (leaf shadows) over next 27 stitches, not 26, as written.
Cherry Country Errata
Chart B should have a fourteen-stitch repeat plus five,
not a thirteen stitch repeat. Farthest stitch to right should be included in
repeat. 131 minus 5 equals 126 or 7 times the 14 stitch repeat.
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