Errata for Toe-Up Faux Heel Flap Socks – Fingering Weight

9/24/12: Materials
Originally the pattern read: “Yarn: 160(180,200) yds. fingering-weight yarn. If doing two-at-a-time, separate yarn into two equal balls.”

CORRECTION. The pattern has been changed to read: “Yarn: 340(380,420) yds. [311(348,385) m] fingering-weight yarn. If doing two-at-a-time, separate yarn into two equal balls.”

10/10/12: Sections 5 and 6: Work Faux Heel Flap and Finish Heel

The pattern has been changed to read:
Section 5: Work Faux Heel Flap
You will be working back and forth across the next 21-25 rows (depending on if you are modifying for a high instep or not), creating a 24-stitch-wide faux heel flap while simultaneously decreasing the number of stitches on the heel needle…

(heel flap pattern did not change)

Repeat rows 1-4 for 21 rows [high instep: 23 rows; very high instep: 25 rows], until 0(2,4) sts remain on left-hand needle after completing a row 1 [high instep: row 3; very high instep: row 1. 21 sts decreased: 25(29,33) sts remain on heel needle for regular, high-instep, and very-high-instep socks].

Do not turn. K last 0(2,4) sts on needle. You’ll close the remaining gap on the right-hand side in the next section.

Section 6: Finish Heel
…next round: k0(2,4), k2tog (this will close the last remaining gap in the heel stitches). K to end of rnd [24(28,32) sts remain on heel needle; 48(56,64) sts total].”

10/14/2012: Option 2: Picot Hemmed Cuff
Originally the pattern read: “Fold work at the lace round and pick up the purl bump of the stitch 13 rows below, and place the purl bump on the needle [hereafter abbreviated as GB ("get bump")].”

CORRECTION. The pattern has been changed to read “Pick up the purl bump of the stitch 21 rows below the row you are on, and place the purl bump on the needle [hereafter abbreviated as GB (“get bump”)].”

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