Interweave Knits Corrections 2007
Dollar and a Half Cardigan (page 60)
The headings for “Right Front” and “Left Front” are inversed. The cable pattern should be on the right front as shown in photographs.
In the correctly renamed Left Front section, shape neck by dec 1 st at neck edge at *end* of RS rows, and shape armhole by BO at beg of *RS* rows.
In the correctly renamed Right Front section, shape neck by dec 1 st at neck edge at *beg* of RS rows, and shape armhole by BO at beg of *WS* rows.
Bonsai Tunic (page 62)
Under “Front”: The directions stating that the needles should be switched back to the larger size after the ribbing is complete were omitted.
Swan Lake Cardigan (pages 66-70)
Page 70, first column: In the 7th line down from the top of the column (including the Sleeves heading), Row 1 should be changed to Row 2.
In the 10th line down from the top of the column, that Row 1 should also be changed to Row 2.
Indigo Ripples Skirt (page 72)
Rnds 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19: *Yo, k3tog, k3, yo, k1, yo, k4, sl 1, k2tog, psso, yo, k1; rep from * to end.
Cable-Down Raglan (page 86)
When working the Diamond chart, work the inc round as written in the pattern. On “work even” rounds, work as follows: Cont in patt as established, [work to next m, sl m, k1, work to next m, sl m] 2 times. (In other words, on the “work even” rounds, knit the first sleeve stitch after the marker.)
After beginning the Right Cable and Left Cable charts, work the Inc round as follows: Inc rnd: Cont in patt as established, [k1f&b, work to 1 st before next m, k1f&b, sl m, M1P (see Glossary, page 123), work to next m, M1P, sl m] 2 times—8 sts inc’d. (In other words, use the M1P increase on the sleeves rather than k1f&b.)
Sources for Supplies (page 125)
The pictures of Muench String of Pearls and Nashua Handknits Creative Focus Kid Mohair are reversed.
Merry Maiden’s Dress (page 114)
Under “Sleeves”: Use the “Feather Lace Chart” instead of the “Feather Lace Gusset Chart” on the sleeves.
Merging Colors Scarf (page 10)
The beginning instructions under “Flower” were omitted. The flower begins as follows: Ch 6, join with sl st to create ring.
Lutea Lace-Shoulder Shell (page 74)
Row 1: K2, * yo, k1, yo, k3; rep from * ending last repeat as k2 instead of k3.
Row 3: K2tog, * k3, k3tog; rep from * ending last repeat as k2tog instead of k3.
Row 1: K2, *yo, k1, yo, k3; rep from * ending last repeat as k2 instead of k3.
Row 3: Ssk, *k3, sssk; rep from * ending last repeat as ssk instead of sssk.
Oriel Lace Blouse (page 80)
Gauge 22sts and 32 rows = 4″ in patt on size 5 needles after blocking; 1 patt rep = 2¼” wide and 3½” high on size 5 needles after blocking.
Origami Cardi (page 86)
BACK: Just prior to Shape raglan instructions, “Purl 1 WS row” should be eliminated.
Hand-in-Hand Cable Sweaters (page 100)
Man’s Vest, under “Finishing”: the first sentence should instruct you to sew shoulder seams together, not to use the three-needle bind-off.
Staff project Honeycomb Socks (web only):
On page 2, after achieving 89 sts. Next rnd: P2, M1P, *k5, M1, p5, M1P; rep from * to last 8 sts, k5, M1, p2, M1P, p1—108 sts.
William Street Socks (page 60 and web)
Inc rnd: Needle 1: Knit to last st, M1 (see Glossary), k1; Needle 2: k1, M1,
knit to last st, M1, k1; Needle 3: k1, M1, knit to end—4 sts inc’d.
Concentric Vest (page 82)
Rows 15–24 (30, 30): Cont in this manner, working each WS row to 2 sts before previously wrapped st, wrap next st, turn, and working 2/2RC cables as established on Row 18 for the smallest size, and on Rows 18 and 24 for the two largest sizes. Last RS row worked will contain only 3 sts—10 (13, 13) wrapped sts total.
The instructions for Row 25 (31, 31) are correct in the magazine.
Row 26 (32, 32): Sl 1, [2/2RC, p2] 3 (4, 4) times, end 2/2RC, k1.
Rows 27 (33, 33)–52 (64, 64): Rep Rows 1–26 (32, 32) once more—piece measures about 17½ (21½, 21½)” from CO measured along the outer curve [rest of sentence is correct as it appears in the magazine]
Rows 10–23 (29, 29): Cont in this manner, working each WS row as sl 1, work sts as they appear to end; working each RS row in patt to 2 sts before previously wrapped st, wrap next st, turn; and working 2/2LC cables as established on Rows 12 and 18 for all sizes, and also on Row 24 for the two largest sizes. Last WS row worked will contain only 3 sts—10 (13, 13) wrapped sts total.
The instructions for Rows 24 (30, 30), Rows 25 (31, 31), and Rows 26 (32, 32) are correct in the magazine.
Rows 27 (33, 33)–52 (64, 64): Rep Rows 3–26 (32, 32) once more, then work Rows 1 and 2 once more—piece measures about 17½ (21½, 21½)” from CO measured along the outer curve [rest of sentence is correct as it appears in the magazine]
Snowball Hat (page 86)
2×2 Rib: (multiple of 4 sts)
Rnd 1: p1, *k2, p2; rep from * to last st, p1.
Rep Rnd 1 for patt.
Tilted Duster (page 88)
Set-up row: (RS) K4, [p2, k2] 9 (10, 11, 12, 14) times, slip marker (sl m), k2 seam sts, sl m, [k2, p2] 18 (20, 22, 25, 27) times, k2, sl m, k2, sl m, [k2, p2] 9 (10, 11, 12, 14) times, k4.
Minimalist Cardigan (page 92)
Under the Right and Left Fronts, the rib should be worked for 1½” instead of 1¼” as printed.
Alicia Tabard (page 26)
Next row: (WS; inc row) K13 (19, 25, 31), [M1, k1] 2 times, k2, M1, k5, M1, k1, M1, k5, M1, k3, M1, k1, M1, k60 (66, 72, 78)—100 (112, 124, 136) sts.
Gathered Pullover, (page 128)
In the second column, under “Shape armhole and neck” the instructions should read:
Next row: (WS) BO 5 (5, 5, 7, 7) sts loosely, purl to end—33 (38, 43, 46, 50) sts rem.
Tilting Cable Socks (page 102)
Rnds 1 and 2: Needles 1 & 3: K2, p4, k4, p8, k2; Needles 2 & 4: K2, p8, k4, p4, k2.
Rnd 3: Needles 1 & 3: K2, p4, k4, p8, k2; Needle 2: K2, p8, k4, p4, k2; Needle 4: K2, p8, k4, p4 (end 2 sts before end of rnd).
Rnd 4 is correct as published.
Celtic Tote (page 98)
Under “Back”: the first “Next Row: (RS)” should read: P7, place marker (pm), work Row 1 of Celtic Cable chart over next 21 sts (inc them to 25 sts as shown on chart) pm, p8, pm, work Row 1 of Celtic Cable chart over next 21 sts (inc them to 25 sts as shown on chart), pm, p7—72 sts.
Knits Holiday Gifts 2007
Dragon-Skin Wrap by Angela Hahn (page 70)
Click here for revised chart.
Changes have been made to the Left-Front Side Edge, Size 22″ chart on page 72. All M1L should be M1R.
Boot Toppers (page 20)
Checkered Boot Topper chart: Rows should be numbered 1–9 instead of 1–10.
Koolhaas Hat (page 58)
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