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Pattern updates

by ysoldateague September 29, 2007

Just to let you know that I’ve updated a couple of little errors in the Snow White and Gretel patterns. If you’ve bought either of these patterns and would like a copy of the updated file let me know but the corrections are:
In Snow White the abbreviations list had m1r and m1l mixed up. The pattern and the explanations of how to work the increases are correct but m1r refers to make 1 right and m1l to make 1 left.
In Gretel the last round of the first part of the instructions should be: Work in pattern to end of rnd, p2, k2, this will be the new beginning of rnd NOT work in pattern to end of rnd, k2, p2, this will be the new beginning of rnd.

I’m so sorry if these have caused you any confusion or inconvenience, thank you for your patience.

ysoldateague
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