Skip to content

Corrections

Please note the following corrections to MDK patterns, listed in numerical order by Field Guide. All these corrections are to the print edition, and may have already been corrected in the PDF version of each Field Guide.

We hate it when this happens! Our apologies for these and any potential misery they may have caused you.

If you come across a possible pattern mistake, please alert us at hello@moderndailyknitting.com.

Thanks very much.
Kay and Ann

Field Guide No. 1: Stripes

Station Wagon Blanket by Mary Jane Mucklestone

In Block 2 of the blanket, make the following changes:
Page 28, column 2, line 1: Add asterisk before “With E.”
Page 28, column 2, line 3: Delete asterisk before “With B.”
Page 28: Delete line 11, “With E, knit 16 rows (8 ridges).”

Field Guide No. 2: Fair Isle

Hadley Pullover by Véronik Avery
Page 13: The charts for the yoke and sleeve show purl stitches at certain points. To replicate the photography sample exactly, the purl stitches should be worked one row above where they are indicated on the charts. Change the charts as follows: make a purl mark in the square above the square where a purl stitch is shown. The squares with the original purl stitches should be worked as knit stitches.

Page 13: For the yoke chart, use this chart for Rounds 24-39. The double decrease in Round 24 is different from what appears in Field Guide No. 2. Note here that the symbol / represents a knit 2 together stitch. (The symbol is different in the Field Guide, but the stitch is k2tog.)

 

Field Guide No. 3: Wild Yarns

Easel Sweater by Sue McCain
Page 30, in the section SHAPE SHOULDERS AND NECK. The first line of instructions should read as follows, with the correction in bold:

— BO 5 (6, 5, 5, 5, 6, 6, 7) sts, k13 (15, 14, 15, 15, 17, 17, 17) (including st on right needle after BO)

 

Field Guide No. 5: Sequences

Corrugated Shawl by Cecelia Campochiaro

Page 14: in the Corrugated Shawl Table, Sequence 2 Row Repeat should be 2.

Page 14: in the Corrugated Shawl Table, Sequence 10 should read k5, p2, k1.

 

Field Guide No. 6: Transparency

Albers Shawl by Amy Christoffers

Page 34:
KNITTED MEASUREMENTS
13″ x 56″ (33 x 142 cm)

GAUGE
24.5 sts and 33.5 rows = 4″ (10 cm) over St st using 1 strand each of A and B held together

Page 36, in the first column, on the third line it should read:
” – Using D in place of A, rep Rows 2–23 five more times, then rep Rows 2–22 once more.”

Field Guide No. 7: Ease

Picket Fence Afghan by Julia Farwell-Clay
Page 27, in the section SECOND B STRIPE. The first line of instructions should read as follows, with the correction in bold:
—Row 1 (WS): With B, purl to last 14 sts, etc.

Page 28, the contrast color (C, D, or E) should be joined at right edge on WS row for Contrast Blocks 1, 2, and 3, respectively

Sail-Away Shawl by Julia Farwell-Clay
On page 15, under Section 1, the 6th paragraph should read “Rep Rows 1 and 2 eight more times—54 sts.” The last line in the last paragraph of Section 1 (just above “Scarf Only”) should read “… ridges in A; 6 garter ridges in B—384 sts.”

On page 16, under Shawl Only, the first paragraph should read “Continuing in B, work Rows 1 and 2 twice—394 sts.

 

Field Guide No. 8: Merry Making

Appleseed Coasters by Thea Colman

Page 20, under Cable Pattern, Row 5 should be written as follows:

K1-tbl, k1, p1, k1, *p2, 1/2/1 RPT; repeat from * to last 3 sts, p1, k1, k1-tbl.

Appleseed Mitts by Thea Colman

Page 14, column 2, the second paragraph should read as follows: “If using a different needle size of an alternate yarn, the Cable Pattern should be worked on a needle two sizes larger than the size used for St st. …”

Page 16, under All Sizes, should be written as follows:
“Knit to second thumb marker, place next last 11 (11, 13) sts workedon waste yarn (removing markers), …”

 

Field Guide No. 9: Revolution

Calligraphy Cardigan by Norah Gaughan

Page 10, column 2, under “Yoke,” the last line should read:

Purl one row; change to st st.

Page 14, column 2, the last abbreviation should read:

4/3 RPC (4 over 3 Right Purl Cross): Slip the next 3 stitches to cn and hold at back of work, k4, p3 from cn.

 

Field Guide No. 12: Big Joy

Main Squeeze Cardigan by Jen Geigley

Page 12, column 1, under “Materials,” the number of balls of Big Wool by Rowan should be: 9 (10, 11, 11) (12, 12, 13) (14, 15, 15, 16)

Page 17, column 1, under “Right Front Band,” the stitch counts beginning on line 4 are incorrect. The correct stitch counts after increasing should be:  69 (71, 75, 77) (79, 81, 89) (91, 91, 95, 95).
Page 17, column 2, under “Left Front Band,” the stitch counts beginning on line 5 are incorrect. The correct stitch counts after increasing should be: 69 (71, 75, 77) (79, 81, 89) (91, 91, 95, 95).
Bobble Throw by Jen Geigley

Page 36, column 1, under “Materials,” the number of balls of color A (Concrete) should be 10 balls (not 20), and the number of balls of color B (Smoky) should be 2 balls (not 4).

 

Field Guide No. 13: Master Class

Stranded Stripe Throw by Kaffe Fassett

Page 26, column 1, under “Materials,” the list of Felted Tweed colors for which 1 ball is required is missing Electric Green.

 

Field Guide No. 14: Refresh

Transom Cardigan by Carol Feller
Page 16, column 2, after “Left Front” and under “Shape Neck and Armhole,” the first instruction, before “—Neck Inc Row (RS)” should read:
Purl 1 row.
Neck Inc Row (RS): K2, M1L, work to last 2 st, M1R, k2 end – 1 st inc.

Page 17, column 1, after “Shape Body, should read:
Increase row – (RS): [Work to  4  2 stitches before side marker…
The abbreviations for the 2/1 crosses are on page 44.

 

Field Guide No. 15: Open

Page 48, under “Abbreviations,” column 2, “Ssp” should read:
Ssp: Slip 2 stitches 1 at a time knitwise, slip them back to the left needle in their new orientation, purl them together through the back loops. One stitch has been decreased.

Clerestory Shawl by Jeanette Sloan
Page 23, Tumbling Blocks Lace chart: The 4th stitch from the right edge of the chart in Row 2 should be a knit stitch, not a y0. The chart below is correct.

Aperture Stole by Jeanette Sloan
Page 31, column 1, Row 97 should read:

Row 97: [K15, yo, s2kp2, yo, (k5, yo, twice, k3, sm] twice, k2, yo, s2kp2, yo, k5, yo, ssk.

 

Field Guide No. 16: Painterly

Watercolor Cowl by Kaffe Fassett

Page 8, under “Knitted Measurements,” column 1, should read:

37.5″ circumference at lower edge by 9.25″ height (95.5 x 23.5cm)

Page 9, under “Cowl,” column 1, third instruction should read:

—Work even until piece measures approximately 28″ (71cm), ending with Row 16 of chart.

The vertical measurement of the schematic should read: 28″ (71 cm)

The position of the CO and BO edges were reversed in the schematic on page 9 (and above). To match the sample shown, the CO edge should be at the top when sewing the piece together and the BO edge should be at the bottom. However, it isn’t essential to have the CO edge at the top; it will work equally well as currently shown.

 

Field Guide No. 17: Lopi

Destination Pullover by Mary Jane Mucklestone
Page 10, under PLACE POCKETS, the following changes (in red) should be made:
Pocket Placement Rnd 1: BO 20 (20, 20, 20, 20) (22, 22, 22, 22) sts (beg with st on right needle), knit to 21 (21, 21, 21, 21) (23, 23, 23, 23) sts before marker, kfb, k1, pass 2nd st on right needle over last st, BO 20 (20, 20, 20, 20) (22, 22, 22, 22) sts (beg with st on right needle, and removing and replacing marker when you come to it), knit to end.

Page 10, under PLACE MOTIF, the following changes (in red) should be made:

— Work all rnds of your chosen motif, increasing 4 (0, 0, 0, 0) (2, 2, 2, 2) sts evenly spaced on first rnd of motif—120 (132, 144, 156, 168) (186, 198, 210, 222) sts.
— Cut A. Continuing in B only, work in st st until piece measures approximately 14″ (35.5 cm), adjusting the length if necessary depending on your chosen motif (see page 14).
— Work all rnds of your chosen motif, decreasing 4 (0, 0, 0, 0) (2, 2, 2, 2) sts evenly spaced on final rnd of motif—116 (132, 144, 156, 168) (184, 196, 208, 220) sts.
— Cut B.

 

Field Guide No. 18: Beginnings

Diagonal Mitts by Karida Collins

Page 12:

GAUGE: 24 its and 48 rows (24 garter ridges) = 4″ (10 cm) over Garter st (knit every row)

 

Field Guide No. 19: Marls

Striped Marl Hat by Cecelia Campochiaro

Page 8, under Materials, should read:

Materials

—Colorway 1 (Slate): 1 skein each 32(A) and 33 (B)

 

Swarf  by Cecelia Campochiaro

Page 34, under Yoke, should read:

Yoke

Next Row (RS): Continuing with AE, knit across back sts …

 

Color Explosion Throw by Cecelia Campochiaro

Page 38, under Materials, should read:

Materials

—Felted Tweed by Rowan [50g skeins, each approx 191 yds (175m), 50% wool/25% viscose/25% alpaca]: 3 balls each Barn Red (A), Barbara (B), Cumin (C); 2 balls each Black (D), Rage (E), Stone (F), Peach (G), Treacle (H), Tawny (I), Cinnamon (J), and Camel (K)

Page 41, on the marl chart:

Strip 1, Marl #4 should be: AE

Page 42, under Finishing, column 2, should read: 

—With RS of first strip facing, using one size US 7 (4.5 mm) circular needle….

—Using 2nd size US 7 (4.5 mm) circular needle….

The correct video link for the knit-purl 3-needle BO is: youtu.be/aiPIPyuIf9M

 

Field Guide No. 20: Atlas

Escalator Scarf by Erika Knight

Page 20, under First Half, Set-Up Row 1 is duplicated. The second Set-Up Row 1 should be deleted.

 

Field Guide No. 21: Brioche

Cushiest Cowl by Nancy Marchant

Page 14, under Materials, should read

Materials

—Atlas by Modern Daily Knitting [2 oz (57g) skeins, each approx 145 yds (132.5 m), 100% Rambouillet wool]: 1 (2) skein(s) each A and B

Colorway 1:

Tutu (A), Barn Red (B)

Colorway 2:

Skyline (A), Cork (B)

 

Field Guide No. 22: Grace

Cuatro Wrap by Joji Locatelli

Page 8, under Gauge, should read

Gauge 

20.5 sts and 32 rows = 4″ (10cm) over stockinette stitch, after blocking

Page 10, the first column, to work in Garter Stitch should be amended:
WS row – Sl1, knit to marker, sm, p1, sm, knit to end.

 

Grace Notes Pullover by Joji Locatelli

Page 23, in the section Shape Shoulder and Neck, instructions for Short Row 2 should read:

Short Row 2: *P1-tbl, k1; rep from * to end.

 

Field Guide No. 25: Botanica

Autumn Garden Stole by Dee Hardwicke

Page 20

At both Side Borders and Top and Bottom Borders, using the smaller needle

Page 33 Stole Flat Version

— With long-tail CO, using larger smaller needle and B, CO 322 sts. Do not join; work back and forth in rows.
— Set-Up Row (RS): K1 (edge st; keep in st st), work in Seed st to last st, k1 (edge st; keep in st st).
— Work 5 rows even.
— Change to larger needle

With B, knit 1 row, inc 1 st at center

Page 34

STOLE Steeked Version — With long-tail CO, using smaller needle and B, CO 325 sts. Join, being careful not to twist sts; pm for beg of rnd and work in the rnd as follows: — Set-Up Rnd: Work in Seed st to last 5 sts, pm, work steek sts (see Notes, page 32) to end. — Work 5 rnds even. — Change to larger needle.— With B, knit 1 rnd, inc 1 st—326 sts. — Change to smaller needle.

 

Field Guide No. 26: Moss

Crowberry Sweater by Hélène Magnússon

Page 8

Sweater Version
— Plotulopi by Istex [100 g plates, each 328 yds (300 m), 100% wool]: 2 (2, 2, 2) (2, 2, 3) (3, 3, 3) plates #1426 Dark Amber (A); 1 plate each #1423 Clover Green (B), #0484 Forest Green (C), and #0059 Black (D)
— Love Story Einband by Hélène Magnússon [25 g skeins, each 246 yds (225 m), 100% Icelandic lambswool]: 3 (3, 3, 3) (3, 3, 4) (4, 4, 4) skeins Viking Rust (E); 1 skein each Moss Green (F) and Westford Green (G)

 

Vest Version
— Plotulopi by Istex [100 g plates, each approx 328 yds (300 m), 100% new wool]: 2 (2, 2, 2) (2, 3, 3) (3, 3, 4) plates #9102 Grey (A); 1 plate each #0059 Black (B) and #0001 White (C)
— Love Story Einband by Hélène Magnússon [25 g skeins, each approx 246 yds (225 m), 100% Icelandic lambswool]: 2 (2, 2, 3) (3, 3, 4) (4, 4, 5) skeins Black (D); 1 skein White (E)
page 11, Column 2, Under Body

Page 11, Column 2, Under Body

With smaller needle and 1 strand each of A and E for the sweater, A and D for the vest held tog . . .

 

Moss Field Throw by Hélène Magnússon

Page 45 Color and Motif Tables: 

Note: read the tables from top to bottom.
Square 1 is actually Square 4, Witches ring motif knit in CC (D)
Square 2 is actually Square 5, Circle motif knit with CC (C)
Square 3 is actually Square 6, Circle motif knit with CC (E)

Page 46 Tables

Square 4 is actually Square 1 (Starting Square, bottom right) Circle motif knit in CC (E)
Square 5 is actually Square 2, Witches ring knit in CC (D)
Square 6 is actually Square 3, Circle Motif knit in CC (C)

Page 47 Tables
Squares 7, 8, and 9 are correct.

Individual Patterns

Nesting Wrap by Bristol Ivy
Shift Row B instructions should read:
Shift Row B (RS, BC): Work to Marker B, sm, sl1-yo, p1, sl1-yo, BRP, work to last stitch, sl1wyif. Drop BC; turn.

My Cart0
There are no products in the cart!
Continue shopping