Errata is no fun. I strive to present error-free patterns, which is why my self-published Emma Welford Designs patterns are tech edited before release. However, sometimes mistakes happen--we're all human! If you think you have found an error in one of my patterns, please contact me via email with your concern. I'll review the pattern in question and get back to you as soon as possible with a resolution, whether it be an explanation of the part you are stuck on or a hearty thanks if you have indeed found an error. All erroneous PDF files are corrected and the new version uploaded to Ravelry, which sends out a notification email to all past buyers.
Listed below are all known errata with date of discovery, in case you have an older version and did not receive an update or a notification about the error. To find errata for patterns published by third parties like magazines and yarn companies, check out the company's website. All errata I've been made aware of are listed below, but notifications about third party pattern errata are the responsibility of those companies.
Tualatin, February 2017
For the Honeycomb Cable pattern, the WS rows were missing from the chart. The pattern should be a 4 row repeat, with the cabled rows being worked on Rows 1 & 3, and Rows 2 & 4 are purled.
Brooklyn Bridge Mitts, February 2017
Several lines of the Cable Detail Section of the Left Mitt incorrectly state TL and TR instead of the correct abbreviation, which is T3L and T3R.
Advice from a Caterpillar, March 2015
The number of pattern repeats in Chart 4 was incorrectly stated as 3. The correct number of pattern repeats in Chart 4 is 5.
Elektrocute, January 2015
Row 30, Stitch 24 of Chart 1 was incorrectly shaded as being worked in the MC, but it should be worked in the CC. Row 31, Stitch 24 of Chart 1 was incorrectly shaded as being worked in the CC, but it should be worked in the MC.
Row 9, Stitch 24 of Chart 2 was incorrectly shaded as being worked in the MC, but it should be worked in the CC. Row 10, Stitch 24 of Chart 2 was incorrectly shaded as being worked in the CC, but it should be worked in the MC.