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Pattern corrections: Dalilah shawl & other sizes

The KAL for Dalilah shawl and it’s S and XS versions has already started and some people came with doubts regarding the way to read the charts and its symbols. Because of that, I made some changes on the patterns and have a few suggestions:

– About the stitches in red that will become the raglan increase stitch for each section: Following the established sequence from the very beginning of the shawl, they will be knitted along the first row on graphic one, purled at the second row and so on.

– The first row on graphics 1 and 2 (and 1, 2A and 2B for Dalilah S and XS):  the first row on the chart is read from left to right, like numeric indication, and are considered as the right side when read the graphic’s symbols.

– The first row on graphic 3 (for Dalilah and all versions): the first row is read from right to left,,  like numeric indication and is considered as the right side when read the graphic’s symbols.

You can find below some alterations I had to do on the smaller versions of the Dalilah shawl. I was so excited to share these versions that I lacked attention on writing the patterns. I’m really sorry for the inconvenience!

Dalilah S and XS – written instructions:

4) The instructions between brackets must be repeated as follows: [] purple = 6 times (instead of 8 times) e [] blue = 8 times (instead of 10 times)
Row 1: yo, [k1, (yo, k2tog) 6 times, k1] 6 times (instead of 8 times), yo
Row10: p94 (instead of p122)
Row 13: k96 (instead of k124)
Row 20: p104 (instead of p134)
Row 23: k106 (instead of k134)
Row 28: [k1, cdd, k4, yo, k1, yo, k5] 8 times (instead of 10 times)
Row 30: p114 (instead of p142)
Row 33: k116 (instead of k144)
Row 40: p124 (instead of p152)
Thanks a lot for everybody that helped me in finding these mistakes and also trying to find a better way to explain the pattern.
PeaceKnitLove, Paula

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