Correction for B&W Chart JE119 A Year of Magical Stitching

I’ve just been made aware of a symbol error on the black & white chart for The Year of Magical Stitching. The symbol for  DMC 166 and DMC 676 appear to be the same on the black & white version only. I have made the correction on my master chart but for those  who have purchased this chart already  here is some help with the placement of DMC 166. Please use the photo for reference. This should help you sort things out.

So to clarify a bit while referencing the color picture.
Use 166 for:
Lightest yellow green in hat  & shirt
Lightest yellow green in Mama Dragon
Lightest Green in the top of the big mushroom
Doorway and lower window frames
Second mushroom from the right
Lightest yellow green in the fish tails & fins
The mermaids belt and tail
Lightest yellow green on the flowing ribbon
Lightest  yellow green on the leaves, windows, door frames, and steps
The leaves in the tiny flower in the left side fairy’s hand

For placement of DMC 161, Lightest Yellow Green © Joan A. Elliott


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. JackieC
    Aug 25, 2014 @ 15:57:27

    Seriously, absolutely no joke, i stitched those exact sections of November LAST NIGHT and was kinda looking at it, thinking “Is that really supposed to be gold?” Good thing it’s not a lot of stitches to frog 😉 -JackieC


  2. joanelliott
    Aug 25, 2014 @ 17:18:18

    Sorry Jackie. If something looks off on a chart it is always good to refer to the cover picture and then write me. What happened was that on the color chart the symbol for the light yellow green shows up white but this of course did not print that way on the black & white chart. I can’t believe I never noticed the error but I am so glad that a fellow stitcher pointed it out. Thank you Jan 😉


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