switched outlet with 3 way switches
I am trying to rewire a circuit that includes a 3-way switch controlling an outlet and providing a steady power supply beyond the switch to other switches in the same circuit. The circuit is made up of a 14/2 wire from the circuit breaker. At the outlet, I provide a 14/3 wire out to the first switch in order to provide a source of constant power for lights that continue beyond the first switch but are not controlled by it. I am especially interested in how to provide the neutral for the continuing power. I have attempted to diagram circuit rather than providing a long description. Any suggestions or guidance would be appreciated.
Isolating the switched outlet from the rest of the circuit
Thanks to everyone who commented. I need someone to confirm that I have this correctly drawn. I have attempted to isolate the switched outlet from the rest of the circuit by using a 14/3 coming out of the outlet with the black wire as the hot by-passing the outlet with a pigtail to the COM terminal on the first switch, the red wire as the load going straight from the outlet to the COM terminal on the second switch (see link to diagram). Thanks for your help
outlet with 3-way switch