Interweave Errata and Corrections
We do our very best to make sure that every product we produce is free of errors. Every pattern or project that appears in one of our books or magazines has been through an extensive technical review. But we’re not perfect. If you find an error in one of our products, please let us know so that we can get it corrected. All corrections are listed here for your convenience. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
Interweave Books errata and corrections
- 3 Skeins or Less Fresh Knitted Accessories
- 101 Wire Earrings
- 150 Knit & Crochet Motifs
- 150 Scandinavian Motifs
- 200 Crochet Blocks
- Advanced Chain Maille Workshop
- All New Homespun Handknit
- Ancient Modern
- Around the World in Knitted Socks
- Art of Seamless Knitting
- The Art of Slip-Stitch Knitting
- The Artful Bird
- Baby Blueprint Crochet
- Bag Style
- Bead Metamorphosis
- Best of IW Crochet
- Blueprint Crochet
- Blueprint Crochet Sweaters
- Brioche Chic
- By the Block
- Christmas Stockings
- Clever Crocheted Accessories
- Cloth Paper Scissors Book
- Cold Weather Crochet
- Colorful Crochet Lace
- Cozy Knits
- Craft Tree Easy Knitted Hats
- Create Jewelry Crystals
- Create Jewelry Pearls
- Crochet Ever After
- Crochet Me
- Crochet So Fine
- Crochet So Lovely
- Crochet Stitch Dictionary
- Crocheted Gifts
- Crocheters Handy Guide to Yarn Requirements
- Custom Socks
- Essentially Feminine Knits
- Explorations in Beadweaving
- Fabulous Fabric Beads
- Fair Isle Style
- Favorite Socks
- Fearless Knitting Workbook
- Feminine Knits
- The Finer Edge
- Finish-Free Knits
- First Frost
- Folk Mittens
- Folk Shawls
- Folk Vests
- Free Spirit Shawls
- French Girl Knits
- Get Started Knitting
- Getting Started Knitting Socks
- French Girl Knits Accessories
- Gossamer Webs Design Collection
- Handweavers Pattern Dictionary
- Harmony Guide: Cables & Arans
- Harmony Guide: Knit & Purl Errata
- Harmony Guide: Lace & Eyelets
- Hip To Crochet
- I Love Patchwork
- Inca Knits
- Inspired to Knit
- The Intentional Spinner
- Interweave Favorites: Simply Modern Knits
- Interweave’s Compendium of Finishing Techniques
- It Girl Crochet
- Japanese Inspired Knits
- Knit Kimono
- Knit So Fine
- Knits of Tomorrow
- Knitted Gifts
- Knitted Jackets
- Knitted Lace
- Knitted Lace of Estonia
- The Knitters Companion
- The Knitter’s Handy Book of Sweater Patterns
- The Knitter’s Handy Book of Top-Down Sweater Patterns
- Knitting Architecture
- Knitting Green
- Knitting Little Luxuries
- Knitting Off the Axis
- Knitting on the Road
- Knitting Outside the Swatch
- Knitting Plus
- Knitting Socks with Handpainted Yarn
- Knitting Vintage Socks
- Knitting Wizardry
- A Knitting Wrapsody
- Knit to Be Square
- Knitwear Design Workshop
- Lace in the Attic
- Lace Style
- Mastering Beadwork
- Mastering Weave Structure
- Men in Knits
- Natural Knits for Babies & Moms
- Netted Beadwork
- New Directions in Sock Knitting
- New England Knits
- New Lace Knits
- The New Tunisian Crochet
- New Vintage Lace
- Nicky Epstein’s Knitted Embellishments
- Northern Knits
- No-sew Knits
- No Sheep for You
- November Knits
- One Skein
- Op-Art Socks
- Patchwork Please
- Poetic Crochet
- Power Cables
- Present Perfect
- Quick Crochet for the Home
- Quilters Mixology
- Quilting from Every Angle
- Rag Rug Handbook
- Seamless Crochet
- Spin Art
- Respect the Spindle
- Reversible Color Crochet
- Rustic Modern Crochet
- Rustic Modern Knits
- Scarf Style
- Scarf Style 2
- Shades of Winter
- Shadow Knitting
- Simply Crochet
- Sock Kitting Masterclass
- Sock Innovation
- Textured Stitches
- Twisted Sisters Knit Sweaters
- Unexpected Afghans
- Urban Knits
- Vintage Modern Knits
- Vintage Quilt Revival
- Weaver’s Companion
- Weavers Idea Book
- Weaver’s Inkle Pattern Directory
- Weaving Made Easy
- Weekend Hats
- Weekend Wraps
- Woven Shibori
- Woven to Wear
- Woven Treasures
- Wrap Style
- Wrapped in Crochet
- Wrapped In Lace
Interweave Magazines errata and corrections
Crochet Traditions Fall 2011
A Delicate Irish Crocheted Pincushion, Page 125:
Rnd 8: *(Ch 3, ch 6-picot) twice, ch 3, sc in sp between next 2 petals, (ch 7, ch 6-picot) twice, ch 7, sl st in same sp between petals (corner), sc in sp between next 2 petals, rep from * 3 times, ending with sl st in joining st of Rnd 7. Rnd 9: Keeping picot to front of work, *picot loop, sc in next lp between picots, rep from * around, sl st in last sl st at beg of rnd.
Jane Austen Knits 2015
- Page 78: Prettyish Wilderness Shawl – The second flower chart repeat (under the chart) should say repeat 8 times = it should be a total of 9 flowers the second section).
- Page 87: Flower and Vine Reticule – Where the instructions say: “Work Rnds 1-26 of Vine Cable chart, then work Rnds 1-20 of chart once more.” It should read instead: “Work Rnds 1-26 of Vine Cable chart, then work Rnds 1-22 of chart once more.”
Jane Austen Knits 2014
- Page 75: Dashwood Lace Stole Dashwood Lace Stole Revised Chart
- Page 125: A Second Chance for Mr. Rushworth Socks – There is an error under Notes. Instead of a 19-round repeat, it should say the following: Leg length is the same for all sizes and can be adjusted by about 13/4″ by adding or subtracting one 18-round repeat of each cable chart. Instead of Rnds 1–19 under Leg, it should say the following: Cont in patt as established until Rnds 1–18 of charts have been worked 5 times. Extra row has been removed from charts and charts have been renumbered. A Second Chance for Mr. Rushworth Socks Revised Chart
Jane Austen Knits Fall 2012
- A Sensible Shawl, Page 32:
View Revised Chart Here
There is an error in Row 12 of the published chart. The last stitch should also be knit.
- Sweetheart Bag, Page 37:
View Revised Key Here
There is an error in the published Key for the bag, ssk should be represented by \ .
- Bonnet and Wristlets for Baby Emma, Page 56:
There is an error in the Key on page 69, the empty box should indicate “knit on right side, purl on wrong side” not just “knit.”
- Tilney Socks, Page 59:
Under Heel Flap: Under “9¾” only,” Row 1 should read: (WS) Sl1 pwise wyf, p2, k2, [p1tbl, k1] 2 times, p1tbl, k2, p3, k2…
Under Gusset: It should say: Rep last 2 rnds until 65 (77, 87) sts rem.
- Betwixt and Between Gloves, Page 81:
The instructions under the Thumb section should say the following:
Place 21 (25) thumb sts from holder onto dpn and join yarn.
Next rnd: K8 (10), ssk, yo, k1, yo, k2tog, k8 (10), pick up and knit 3 sts from the base of the thumb hole on the hand—24 (28) sts. Divide sts evenly on 4 dpn, pm, and join in the rnd.
Rnds 1 and 2: Knit.
Rnd 3: K8 (10), ssk, yo, k1, yo, k2tog, knit to end.
Rep Rnds 1–3 until thumb measures 2¼ (2¾)” (or desired length) from base.
Next rnd: [K6, k2tog] 1 (2) times, knit to end of rnd—23 (26) sts rem.
Knit 1 rnd.
Next rnd: *K1, k2tog; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2tog—15 (17) sts rem.
Break yarn, thread through rem sts, and pull tight to close.
Jane Austen Knits Summer 2012
- Paisley Lace Shawl, Page 40:
View Revised Chart Here
In the first row of the Edge chart, the 15th box should be k2tog instead of knit.
- An Aran for Anne, Page 41:
View Key Here
The descriptions of the 5th and 7th symbols are not correct in the published key.
- Emma’s Chemise, Page 60:
Under Body: It should say, Divide for underarms: K60 (73, 84, 96, 99, 105, 114) sts for back, pm,…
- Beloved Baby Bonnet, Page 61:
Under Back: The decrease row should say:…Rep dec row every RS row 5 (5, 6) times, then every row 3 (5, 5) times, working WS dec row as foll:…
- Summer Pelisse, Page 61:
Under Body: It should say, Eyelet row: (RS) K0 (2, 0, 3, 0), *k2, yo, k2tog; rep from * to last 3 (3, 3, 4, 1) sts, knit to end-22 (24, 26, 26, 30) eyelets.
- Marianne’s Romantic Bookmark, Page 63 View Revised Chart Here
There was an extra no stitch on each side of rows 18, 20, 22, 24 and 26 in the published chart.
- Miss Jane’s Hat, Page 89:
Under Body of Hat: Rnds 20-37 should say, Rep Rnds 2-19. The rem rnds of the body of hat will shift to 38-59.
- Eliza’s Wrap, Page 109:
Upper Body Charts: The number of times the pattern repeat should be worked should say: Sizes 32 and 36″ – 4 (5) times; Sizes 40, 44, and 48″ – 6 (8, 9) times
Jane Austen Knits 2011
- Short Stays, Page 31:
- Under Body: Size 32 (36, -, -) should only rep the last 2 rows 2 (1, -, -) more times resulting in 128 (146, -, -) sts.
- Under Left and Right Front: Neck dec row: . . . should rep the last 4 rows 0 (0, 2, 2) more time(s)—20 (25, 19, 27) sts rem. Rep the last 2 rows 5 (7, 3, 7) more times—10 (11, 13, 13) sts rem.
- Under Back: Shape neck and left shoulder: Where it says “knit to end” and “purl to end” it should say “work” to end, to maintain the pattern.
- Georgiana Shawlette, Page 34:
Under Upper edge: It should say, Row 3: (RS) *K2tog, yo; rep from * to last st, k1.
- Aran for Frederick, Page 40:
View Revised Chart Here
In the Double Wave chart the current row 18 should be eliminated and all subsequent rows should slide down one. Then the old row 32 should be repeated as the new row 32. It’s not really noticeable when working the sleeves in the round, but, when swatching, cable crossing rows switch from odd to even and the waves become uneven.
- Barton Cottage Shrug, Page 58:
View Key Here (The Key was missing in the original publication.)
- Northanger Abbey Hood, Page 78:
Knit the trim with the smallest, size 6 (4mm) needles to keep the hood a closer fit.
- Lydia Military Spencer, Page 80:
See Glossary LL1 explanation
- Josephine Shawl, Page 107: View Revised Chart Here
The indicated 16-st repeat of the Border B chart should be shifted one stitch to the left so that it starts with the 15th st of each row for the entire chart.
Knitting Traditions Spring 2015
- Serpula Contortuplicata Socks, Page 54:
1x2x1 Cable Right: Slip 3 to cable needle, hold in back, knit 1. Slip the 3 stitches on the cable needle back to the left needle. Slip 1 to cable needle, hold in front, purl 2, knit 1 from cable needle. 1x2x1 Cable Left: Slip 1 to cable needle, hold in front. Slip 2 to second cable needle, hold in back, knit 1, purl 2 from second cable needle, knit 1 from first cable needle.
- Gerard’s Seaman’s Scarf, Page 100:
Most charts are written with Row 1 (and all odd numbered rows) being the right side. However, some charts begin with Row 1 being on the wrong side. You will begin reading the chart on the left hand side, with Row 1. Row 2 of the chart is read from right to left as usual. Many lace charts begin on the wrong side. This simply gives you a “resting row” before starting any intricate patterning.
Knitting Traditions Spring 2014
- Tree of Life Aran Vest, Page 13:
In this pattern, work M1P as follows: Lift the running thread between the stitch just worked and the next stitch from front to back, and purl into the back of this thread. See diagram for Make One (M1) Increases. Change to a larger needle size after the Welt portion.
Knitting Traditions Fall 2014
- Fire and Rose Shawl, Page 119:
Insert the following in the left column between the first Increase Row and “Work 1 WS row”: Rep Inc Row every RS row 8 more times–339 sts.
Revised Chart E
- Classic Gossamer Triangular Shawl, Page 95:
(Last line of p. 95) Cont in patt through Row 32 of Tier 4 chart (Row 10 (p. 96) of Side Edging Chart)—129 sts rem: 12 edging sts, 117 body sts.
(Begin insert here) Next Row (RS): Work Row 11 of Side Edging chart, sl m, work Row 1 of Tier 3 chart to end of row.
Cont in patt through Row 32 of Tier 3 chart (Row 10 of Side Edging chart)—113 sts rem: 12 edging sts, 101 body sts.
Next Row (RS): Work Row 11 of Side Edging chart, sl m, work Row 1 of Tier 3 chart to end of row.
Cont in patt through Row 32 of Tier 3 chart (Row 10 of Side Edging chart)—97 sts rem: 12 edging sts, 85 body sts.
(Continue with pattern as written here) Next Row (RS): Work Row 11 of Side Edging chart, sl m, work Row 1 of Tier 2 chart to end of row.
- Baby’s Christening Bonnet, Page 82:
Once you have knitted the “spiral part” (rows 1-20), you will knit for 3″ in St st. Your piece is still flat at this point. Next there’s a decorative edging around the face part of the bonnet. At the bottom of page 85 is the sentence: “Sew the nape (inc’d sts) from CO to p ridge”. This is where your bonnet will become circular at the back.
Knitting Traditions Fall 2013
- Koloski (Ears-of-Wheat) Scarf, Page 50:
Koloski_Ears of Wheat_Revised Chart
- Twin Cable Border and Corner, Page 78:
Corrections Twin Cable Border and Corner
- Anna Marie Jensen’s Janet Doily, Page 106:
Rnd 83 should read as follows: *K5, sl 1, k2tog, psso, k5, yo, k2, k2tog, [yo twice, sl 1, k1, psso, k2tog] 5 times, yo twice, sl 1, k1, psso, k2, yo; rep from * to end of rnd.
Rnd 94: should read K, working [k1, p1] into double yo and [k1, p1, k1] into triple yo—472 sts; 59 sts each section.
Knitting Traditions Spring 2012
- Knitted Bootees with Fancy Tops, Page 121:
First row is missing a comma after knit 3 so complete sentence should read:
1. Join white yarn, and knit 1, (over, knit 3, knit 3 together, knit 3, over, knit 1) 5 times.
Knitting Traditions Fall 2011
- Norwegian Knitting History and the Eskimo Sweater, Page 37:
Correct yarn requirement of Jo Sharp Classic DK Wool is 11(13, 15, 17) in MC.
- Borreraig Park Kilt Hose, Pages 10-12:
Rnd 1: K4, p1, k3, k1f&b, k3; p7, k2, k1f&b, k4, p1; k3, p1, k3, k1f&b, k3; p7, k2, k1f&b, k4, p1, k3–60 sts.
(The M1’s are changed to k1f&b.)
- An Orenburg Warm Shawl, Page 114:
In the narrative under Body, it should say…”Join Dark Plum. K 101 live sts on spare needle from Left Segment 2.”
- A Flock of Sheep, Page 131:
Shape head section:
- Move the asterisk (*) from after first sentence in paragraph “K24, turn” and instead place it here: *”Sl 1, k15, turn. Sl 1, p15, turn.”
- On line 5 of that same paragraph, after the “k6, p2tog, turn” it says to “Sl 1, p6 . . .” The p6 should be k6 on the wrong side so that garter stitch is produced.
- Line should read: Rnd 9: K1, k2tog, k3, sl1, k1, psso, k2tog, k3, sl 1, k1,psso, k1. (there was a sl l missing)
Knitting Traditions Winter 2011
- A Lacy Estonian Scarf by Nancy Bush
The instructions for the 6th symbol from the top should be Sl 1, k2 tog, psso. (Two different double decreases in the key were blended together; the p2sso is incorrect.)
Knitting Traditions 2010
- The Rich Tradition of Turkish Knitted Stockings, Page 14:
Ram’s Horn Sock chart:
- The main motif (top chart on the page) is replaced by a new segmented chart titled Main Motif.
- The Sole and Instep chart (second down on the page) is replaced by two charts-one titled Sole and the other titled Instep. All charts are considered part of the main motif. Turkish Stockings_Revised Chart
- Knitted Lace, Fluted Design with Eyelets, Page 124:
#5 should read: Knit 16, like 1st row from*.
- Undulating Scarf by Adriana Schoenberg, page 50
We’re very sorry about the incorrect directions for making a center double decrease. The directions should be as follows: CDI = Center double increase. The CDI is made into one stitch: Knit into back and front of next stitch and then knit into back of vertical bar between those stitches. Further clarification: Once you’ve knit into the back and front of the stitch, there will be a tiny vertical strand between the 2 new stitches–lift that strand and put it on left needle and knit into back of it. The increase makes a total of 3 sts where there had been 1 st before. It’s a special double increase.
- Drafting Techniques: The long and the short of it by Jeannine Bakriges, page 64
Jeannine Bakriges wishes to thank Elizabeth Johnson for modeling for her article, “Drafting Techniques: The long and short of it.”
- Bobbin Lead, Flyer Lead, Single Drive, Double Drive by Abby Franquemont
The captions for the photos on page 44 are reversed.
- Spinning Pleasantly Plump and Silky Singles by Judith MacKenzie
In the caption for the big photo on page 64, skein 2 is after fulling, and skein 3 is before fulling.
- Oatmeal Cardigan, page 64
The key for the chart of the Oatmeal Cardigan (on page 64) was incorrect. Attached you’ll find a corrected chart. Download Now
- Down on the Farm by Heather Ordover, page 92
The photos should be credited to Mike and Betty Hedrick.
- Linen-Hemp Shirt: Cut on the Bias
There is an error in the draft for Selma Miriam’s Linen-Hemp Shirt, as well as some aspects of the pattern that could have been better explained. A PDF of the corrected draft can be found here.
The Unofficial Downton Abbey Knits 2014
Lace-Leaf Pocket Cardigan, Page 93:
The instructions call for size 6 and 7 circular needles and dpns, but the size 7 circular needles are only used if you prefer the Magic Loop method for knitting the sleeves. This is not stated in the pattern. If you prefer using dpn, follow the pattern as written.
In the Neck Edging section, it should read: Right Neckband: Return 7 (9, 9, 11, 11) held right neckband sts to needle…Next row (RS): Work to last st, k1f&b–8 (10, 10, 12, 12) sts…Continue as directed. Left Neckband: Return 7 (9, 9, 11, 11) held right neckband sts to needle…Next row (WS): Work to last st, p1f&b–8 (10, 10, 12, 12) sts…Continue as directed.
The Unofficial Downton Abbey Knits 2013
Dramatic Evening Ensemble: Brocade Vestment, Page 51:
Correction to Open Lace Rib. It should read as follows: (multiple of 4 + 2)
Row 1 (RS): K1, *ssk, yo twice, k2tog; rep from * to last st, k1.
Row 2 (WS): *P2, [p1, k1] into double yo; rep from * to last 2 sts, p2.
Correction to Open rib bodice inset triangle. It should read as follows: Row 2 and All WS Rows: Use the cable method to CO 2 sts, p to end, working [p1, k1] into double yo—2 sts inc’d.
For High Tea: Cuffs and Jabot, Page 67:
For High Tea: Cuffs and Jabot_Revised.
Status Symbol: Footman’s Vest, Page 99:
Full Yarn Requirements are as follows: Yarn A Lorna’s Laces, Shepherd Worsted, (225yds /205m 4oz /114gr) Color: Charcoal 16ns, 5 (5, 6, 7, 8) balls Yarn B Lorna’s Laces, Pearl, (125yds /m 4oz /gr) Color: Dobson, 2 (2, 2, 2, 2) balls
Half-Day Off Mitts, Page 120:
The lace insertion can be repeated as many times as necessary from the cuff and shaping the thumb gusset to achieve the desired length. For our sample pair, the length between the cuff and the beginning of the thumb gusset measures 4” in length.
The Unofficial Harry Potter Knits 2013
Ginny’s Cardigan, Page 86: Ginny’s Cardigan Corrections
Interweave Video errata and corrections
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