Herringbone Mesh Jacket
This beautiful bolero jacket features an open double crochet mesh pattern worked sideways (in one piece!) to maximize drape and fit. The result is a stunning piece that is as versitile to wear as it is simple to make.
NOTE: There is errata in patterns purchased before 05/29/08. The Ravelry PDF download has been updated, so your pattern should be updated in your library. However, please note that:
The end of Row 1 should read:
Fsc 46 (46, 50, 50) sts, turn. (Back Added). (118, 118, 122, 122 sts)
The end of Row 2 should read:
Fsc 46 (46, 50, 50) sts, turn (Front Added). (164, 164, 172, 172 sts).
The stitch counts for the Left and Right front should be changed to be: Fsc 68 (68, 72, 72)
changes are in the stitch count for the 3rd & 4th sizes
The section “Finish Right Front” should read:
“Join yarn to last row of RIGHT front worked. Work in DC Mesh pattern over 68 (68, 76, 76) sts only until RIGHT front matches left in width. Fasten off.”
In previous versions right and left were switched.