Can you be more specific with your problem. When working with lace it is easy, even for experienced knitters, to miss or drop a YO. This would throw off your stitch count making it appear that there is an error in the pattern.mavyes said:I have the original pattern but I have found that there must be several mistakes and have not been successful with it. And can't find the corrections online. Is there a way to find them?
That's not always true.montgal said:Once it is in your library, free or not, you can download it. There was a download that had a corrupted file and most of the new downloads are foreign languages.
Me too. In fact I've made 3 of these. One of my favorite patterns to knit (for a shawl.) It holds my interest from beginning to end. I've never had a problem with it. I expanded the pattern to include a second set of what looks like butterflies to make in a bit longer and wider. Maybe the old free pattern was written differently?laceluvr said:I've made the first Summer Flies pattern that was published in June 2010. It was a free pattern when I downloaded it. It is a well written pattern and was very easy to follow and really enjoyed knitting it. In fact, I have another one in progress. Two of the ladies in one of my knit groups have made it and they did not have any issues with the pattern. One of the ladies had not knit a lace pattern before and was able to do it with a little guidance on my part. She was surprised that it was a lot easier than she thought it would be.