60 More Quick Baby Knits in Cascade Superwash 220 Sport

#5 Boatneck Pullover, pages 14-16

Updated: 01Mar2013


The pullover begins with the FRONT.


The 7” measurement at the upper edge of the schematic refers to the neck opening and should be the same length as the line in the center of the drawing that represents this opening.

 


 

#9 Wave Motif Pullover, pages 26-29

Updated: 22Mar2012


See the corrected charts


Page 28

FRONT
Change to larger straight needles.
Row 35 (39, 43) (RS) Work across rem 56 (63, 70) sts. Cont to work back and forth foll chart through row 54 ( 62, 70).


NECK SHAPING

Row 55 (63, 71) Work across first 19 (22, 25) sts, place next 18 (19, 20) sts on holder for front neck, join a 2nd ball of color in progress and work to end. Continue pattern as written.

 


 

#13 Lace Blanket, pages 41-43

Updated: 28Feb2012


Rnd 38 Knit.
Change to longer needles when necessary. Cont in pat st as established, repeating rnds 33 - 38 until there are 130 sts between markers AND working one more rep of sts between red brackets on odd rnds, ending with an even rnd - 520 sts. Do not remove markers.


BORDER

Rnd 1 [Yo, purl to next corner st, yo, k1 ( corner st) ] 4 times - 528 sts.
Rnd 2 Purl
.
Rnd 3 [Yo, k1, yo, k3, sssk, k3, yo; rep from * to 1 st before corner st, k1, yo, k1] 4 times.
Rnd 4 and all even rnds Knit.
Continue pattern as written.

 


 

#15 Striped Top and Pants, pages 48-51

Updated: 28Aug2012


Needle size was omitted from the cast-on instructions.


Cast on with larger needles for all pieces.  Smaller needles are used ONLY on the top (sweater), for the second half of the lower cable rib.

 


 

#20 Summer Sunsuit, pages 62-64

Updated: 28Feb2012


page 64

TOP
1. FRONT
With MC….Change to St st, dec 1 st each end every 4 (4, 6) rows 5 times - 58 (60, 74) sts. Complete front as written.

 

Replace entire right and left backs with the following:

 

2. RIGHT BACK
With MC, cast on 34 (35, 37) sts.
Next row (RS) Work in seed st, inc 1 st in last st - 35 (36, 38) sts.
Next row (WS) Work in seed st. Rep last 2 rows 3 times more - 38 (39, 41) sts.
Next row (RS) Knit to last 6 sts, cont in seed st to end of row AND inc 1 st in last st - 39 (40, 42) sts.
Next row Work first 6 sts in seed st, purl to end.
Rep last 2 rows 15 (16, 18) times more AT SAME TIME dec 1 st at side edge (beg of RS rows) every 4 (4, 6) rows 5 times. When same length as front to armhole, bind off 6 sts at side edge, then dec 1 st at side edge every RS row 3 times AT SAME TIME cont to work rem increases, then work even if necessary until same length as front to neck bind-off - 40 (42, 46) sts.

 

NECK SHAPING
Work as for front, keeping seed st edge as set. Do not bind off.
TAB SHAPING Note Buttonhole is worked on left shoulder tab.
Next (buttonhole) row (RS) Work even over right shoulder tab; k6, bind off 2 sts, work to end over left shoulder tab.
Next row (WS) Work left shoulder tab, casting on 2 sts over buttonhole; work even over right shoulder tab. Working over both tabs at once, bind off 1 st at beg of next 2 rows - 9 sts each tab. Bind off.

 

3. LEFT BACK
With MC, cast on 34 (35, 37) sts.
Next row (RS) Work in seed st.
Next row (WS) Work in seed st, inc 1 st in last st - 35 (36, 38) sts. Rep last 2 rows 3 times more - 38 (39, 41) sts.
Next row (RS) Work first 6 sts in seed st, knit to end.
Next row Purl to last 6 sts, cont in seed st to end of row AND inc 1 st in last st - 39 (40, 42) sts. Rep last 2 rows 15 (16, 18) times more AT SAME TIME decrease 1 st at side edge (end of RS rows) every 4 (4, 6) rows 5 times. When same length as front to armhole, work shaping at side edge AT SAME TIME cont to work rem increases, then work even if necessary until same length as front to neck bind-off - 40 (42, 46) sts. Keep seed st edge as set, and buttonhole on left shoulder tab, work neck and tab shaping same as for right back. Bind off.

 


 

#23 Lace & Cables Cardigan, pages 70-72

Updated: 05Aug2013


Corrections are underlined
 

Divide for Armholes
Next row (RS) K30 (33, 35) sts for right front, k62 (66, 73) sts for back, place rem 30 (33, 35) sts on holder for left front.

 


 

#28 Hooded Sleep Sack, page 85-87

Updated: 28May2013


Changes are underlined
 

Row (buttonhole) 9 (RS) K2 *work one-row buttonhole over next 3 sts, k9 (8); rep from * 6 (8) times more, work one-row buttonhole over next 3 sts, k3 (2), slip marker, knit to next marker, slip marker, k3 (2), *work one-row buttonhole over next 3 sts, k9 (8); rep from * 6 (8) times more, work one-row buttonhole over next 3 sts, k2.

 


 

#34 Cable Cardi & Hat, pages 106-108

Updated: 12Dec20132

 

Correction is underlined.

 

1. HAT
When the rib is complete, the following row should read:

Next row (WS) Purl.

 

2. Cardigan Chart, row 20

 

Reading from right to left, the boxes should have symbols in them as follows:
2 p on RS symbols, 2 k on RS symbols, 6 p on RS symbols.

 

Note that this is a WS row and you are knitting the k sts and purling the p sts as they appear.

 


 

#40 Sailor Dress, pages 124-126

Updated: 13Mar2012

 

Page 124

 

DIVIDE FOR BACK AND FRONT

 

NECK OPENING
Replace the first paragraph with the following -

Next row (RS) K21(24, 27) for right back, p1, k3 for button band; with a 2nd hank of MC, cast on 4 sts to LH needle, k these 4 sts, p1 for buttonhole band, k24(27, 30) for left back - 25(28, 31) sts for right back and 29(32, 35) sts for left back. Work both sides at once, as established in St st with 1 Rev St st between bands and back sts, for ½"/1.3cm, end with a WS row.

 

Continue with pattern as written.

 


 

#60 Flower Motif Pullover, pages 180-183

Updated: 05Jul2012


Correction is underlined.

 

Page 182


LEFT SHOULDER BUTTONBAND should read as -


LEFT SHOULDER BUTTONHOLE BAND