ERRATA: Zelda, p. 53

First line should read
SKIRT DECREASE–72 (72, 78, 78) ROWS

instead of 96 (96, 102, 102).

Also, the last line of that skirt decrease section is oddly worded. You should continue to place the decreases in the first row of those last 3 (3, 4, 4) 6-row lace sets.

Thanks to Nicole G. for alerting me to the error!

And on that note, anyone using the patterns: please do give a shout when you have questions or notice anything fishy.


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  1. Is there an errata for Mrs. Robinson? in requirements it states size 3 and 7 needles yet in the patterns it does not state which size to use and when.

    Comment by AnjaOrion — March 5, 2007 #

  2. Let me check my original notes–offhand, I only recall one needle size on the Mrs. Robinson. Weird. Thanks for the catch!

    Comment by nikol — March 6, 2007 #

  3. Is there an errata on those saucy criss-cross gloves? I count 41 stitches altogether in row 17 of the thumb, but in row 18, there are mysteriously 2 stitches fewer.

    I’m wondering if it should say to BO 19 stitches in seed?


    Comment by Steph — April 10, 2007 #

  4. I have 2 questions. Your note at the end of errata says to drop you a line with any questions, but I don’t see any way to do that. so… I’m going to leave my questions here.

    question 1: At the end of the baby blue ball gag pattern on page 95, it says to overlap and seam ends up 4″ in on either side. I can’t figure out if you mean from the end towards teh middle for 4 inches leaving an open area in the middle to put the ball into. Or seam the middle up and slip the ball in the side. It must be the latter, right?

    question 2: On page 101 it says “If you’re not a free former by nature, you can find simple patterns for all of these ideas and pictures, plus instructions for casting on around a D-ring at That’s actually what brought me here. But I haven’t found those instructions anywhere. I’ve looked through all of the free patterns. And I just don’t see them anywhere. … Is there somewhere I’m not looking? Did I miss them?

    Comment by xoe — August 28, 2007 #

  5. On the ball gag, you seam the sides from the end towards the middle, then the ball slips in to the middle, which will overlap around the ball, kind of like the flaps on a pillow sham? It’s easiest to do it with the ball in place, so you can get a nice snug wrap.

    Comment by nikol — September 20, 2007 #

  6. For the legs of the condom critter when you reach the second foot it says to break the yarn leaving 3yd/3.3m tail.

    I don’t deal in yards so left the 3.3m tail. It was ridiculously too much. When I made my next critter I left half as much and there was still heaps left over.

    When I make my next one I might actually measure the amount left over to work out how much to initially leave.

    Cotton here in New Zealand is quite exspensive compared to wool because we have to ship in in from the states!

    Comment by maggywelly — December 6, 2008 #

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