- Conferva villosa Sock: This is an example of how a very small error can take a lot of space to explain. Bear with me though, as the idea is very simple. On the heel flap, you’re really decreasing away 4 stitches (instead of 2 mentioned in the pattern). The updated chart is below (the left and right sock will now use the same chart) to show you how to do it. Decreasing away 4 stitches means the total remaining for the rest of the heel flap is really 27 [30, 33], and so the heel turn instructions have to change accordingly. They should read:
For all sizes:
Row 1 (WS): Sl1, p15 [16, 17], p2tog, p1.
Row 2 (RS): Sl1, k6 [5, 4], ssk, k1.
Row 3 (WS): Sl1, p7 [6, 5], p2tog, p1.
Row 4 (RS): Sl1, k8 [7, 6], ssk, k1.
Row 5 (WS): Sl1, p9 [8, 7], p2tog, p1.
Row 6 (RS): Sl1, k10 [9, 8], ssk, k1.
Row 7 (WS): Sl1, p11 [10, 9], p2tog, p1.
Row 8 (RS): Sl1, k12 [11, 10], ssk, k1.
Row 9 (WS): Sl1, p13 [12, 11], p2tog, p1.
Row 10 (RS): Sl1, k14 [13, 12], ssk, k1.
For Medium and Large, as above plus:
Row 11 (WS): Sl1, p– [14, 13], p2tog, p1.
Row 12 (RS): Sl1, k– [15, 14], ssk, k1.
For Large, as above plus:
Row 13 (WS): Sl1, p– [–, 15], p2tog, p1.
Row 14 (RS): Sl1, k– [–, 16], ssk, k1. 17 [18, 19] stitches remain.
- Fucus asparagoides Sock: On the cuff chart, row 5, stitch 2 should be a knit through the back loop.
- Planorbis corneus Sock: In the toe instructions, the first two sentences of the last paragraph should read “Work these 2 rounds 3 [6, 7, 11] times, 38 [38, 38, 38] stitches remain. Work the decrease round 5 more times, 18 [18, 18, 18] stitches remain.
- Serpula contortuplicata Mitt: For both the Left and Right Hand Charts, only the very first stitch of the row should be slipped. Don’t slip any other stitches of the row.
- Bunodes crassicornis Sock: On the main chart, row 12 should be labeled Row A. Row 24 should be labeled Row B.