Pattern files are updated to correct any errata that are found; if the pattern is in your Ravelry library you can check for updates by following these instructions. If you don't have a Ravelry account or bought your pattern elsewhere, just get in touch with me if you'd like to check that you have the most up-to-date version of the pattern.

Click the headings below to view errata information for the listed patterns/books.

+ Celtic Cable Shawls (v1.0)

Taliesin (written instructions only)
(pp. 52-53) All WS occurences of T5L[el.] and T5R[el.] should be replaced wtih C5L[el.] and C5R[el.], respectively.

On p. 95 (Abbreviations & Symbols), the following RS directions are missing:

  • C5L[el.]: on RS - sl next 2 sts to cn and hold to front; k3, [k1, k1 wrapping yarn twice rnd needle] from cn
  • C5R[el.]: on RS - sl next 3 sts to cn and hold to back; [k1, k1 wrapping yarn twice rnd needle], k3 from cn

+ Illuminated Knits (v1.0/first edition)

Chart A (p. 27) and Chart B (p.30) are both incorrect and contain errors (the written instructions for these charts are correct); the correct versions of these charts can be accessed by updating/downloading the e-book version v2.0. If you have any issues or questions please just get in touch with me for help.

This error has been fixed in e-book version v2.0/print second edition (to check which edition you have, refer to info page at the front of the book).

+ DUNEDIN (Wool Tribe 2016 version)

The version of Dunedin printed in the Edinburgh Yarn Festival 2016 companion magazine Wool Tribe contains a number of errata; the standalone version that I released as a single PDF has corrected all errata and also includes a larger size version of the pattern.

If you have Wool Tribe (2016), you can use the download code inside the front cover to download the e-book and also the standalone corrected PDF of Dunedin (if you're stuck on how to do this, just e-mail me at and I'll be happy to send you the corrected PDF version).


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