I use this book often, and have found some of the patterns to have errors, too. With the pattern you're referring to, can you decipher it from looking at the photo?
I made this hat once before, and the rows with the holes are basically just the same stitches you use when making a granny square, so maybe you could take a basic hat pattern, and substitute that stitch (groups of 3 dc or 3 dc) for some of the rows.
I think in the round two instructions, she's not counting the ch 2 at the beginning as a stitch, but is inconsistent, but the only reason I can think of. And I think she might just mean 2dc when she says "cluster," but I'm not sure. Check out some of her other patterns that use the term cluster and see if there are instructions.
As for round 9, it's unclear, but maybe she means to repeat the previous row, since there isn't a * in row 9...if that makes sense.
I just made a breakup mix for my 17-year old cousin, who just went through her first breakup. And you know that when you're 17, all emotions are ten times stronger and life seems so futile.
Here are a few of the songs (sorry if I repeat songs that were already mentioned):
99 Problems - Jay-Z You oughta know -Alanis Morissette (I'm surprised no one has mentioned this) Pieces don't fit anymore - James Morrison (it might reduce you to tears) Bye Bye Bye - N'Sync (good for a laugh, which she might need!) Undone (Sweater Song)- Weezer Good Fucking Bye - Alkaline Trio You Got Lucky - Tom Petty Ex-Factor - Lauryn Hill Go Your Own Way - Fleetwood Mac Separate Ways - Journey For No one - The Beatles and of course, November Rain - Guns N Roses
Hey, everybody. I have a little sister w/Big Brothers Big Sisters, and I'm trying to think of a Christmas craft for us to do together this weekend. She's 12 years old and catches on to things pretty quickly, but has ADD, so it can't be a really long project.
I was thinking that some sort of ornament or decoration would be good, but I was hoping you all could give me some good ideas.