Big and Little Crochet Missing Pattern

April 17, 2018

Hmmm I quite like the Big and Little thing that's going on as a new subscription but Hachette need to sort out this pattern issue or else its not going to make it to the end of the series. First of all pattern 2 for the first throw hexagon had a problem and an apology had to be issued with a revised pattern. Then in issue 4 the wrong pattern altogether was printed in the book... the pattern for number 3 was printed which by the way had been printed wrongly in book 3 requiring an insert with the right pattern to be included with each copy. Now episode 5 is having problems and so is being used as the free copy and sent out with books 6 and 7!

 

Logistics nightmare! Hopefully all of these issues will be resolved and it won't detract too much from the success of the series because it is pretty good if you ignore those obvious issues.

 

I have recorded a walk through look at books 3 and 4 in a kind of mini unboxing and also suggest a pattern for missing throw hexagon number 4.

 

I'd still recommend it but definitely not for absolute beginners who must be totally mind blown trying to make the thr

 

ow elements.

 

 

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