Interweave Knits Corrections 2011

SPRING 2011

Garden Plot Dress (page 46)
Lace Chart for smallest size only has been revised. See chart showing correct rows 133–138.

Gathered Front Tank (page 32
Clarification:
The Front begins at center Front neck; the CO sts will become the gathered Front slit when completed. Work the instructions IN ORDER, as given. BUT… the (2) side sections AND the center section are worked AT THE SAME TIME, each section following it’s specific insts, and the specific instructions will be worked on different rows until all rows of the shaping have been completed, and the st counts are given for each section.

Heliotropic Pullover (page 34)
A note on sizing:
The finished sizes for this pattern seem large at first glance. Though these measurements represent the circumference at the hem of the sweater and throughout the body, the smaller gauge and traveling stitches at the yoke force the fabric at the underarm to gather into a functionally smaller circumference, creating a slight A-line shape. When choosing a size to make for this pattern, consider that the functional circumference at the underarm will be approximately 37″ (41″, 46″, 51″, 58″) for the sizes given, and choose a size that will give you a few inches of positive ease.

Tatiana’s Sweater (page 66)
Clarification on Yarn, A note from the designer:
The yarn used for this sweater is classified as Worsted weight; the ball band recommends size 8 (5 mm) needles to get a gauge of 4.5 sts per inch. It has great loft and “behaves” nicely as a DK weight!

SUMMER 2011

Adriatic Cardigan (page 42)
Corrected chart here

Cat’s Eye Tam (page 85)
Correction to yarn color: Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift (100% pure Shetland wool; 114 yd [105 m]/25 g): 3685 delft (blue; MC), 2 skeins; #105 eesit (grayish white; CC1) and #525 crimson (red; CC2), 1 skein each. Yarn distributed by Simply Shetland.

FALL 2011

Solstice Jacket (page 60)
Correction to yarn color: Blue Moon Fiber Arts Gaea (100% certified organic merino wool; 305 yd [278 m]/8oz [226 g]): raspberry moose (MC), 3 (4, 4, 5, 5) skeins. Blue Moon Fiber Arts Silk Loops (54% kid mohair, 26% silk, 15% wool, 5% nylon; 390 yd [356 m]/8 oz [226 g]): raspberry moose (CC), 1 skein.

WINTER 2011

Leif Slipover (pages 85–88)
CLARIFICATION:
On page 78, the photo shows a crossover at the underarm. This crossover is achieved by working into the purl bumps behind the stitches on the needle. The instructions for placing the right-side purl bumps onto the holder are at the bottom of the first column on page 86, and the instructions for placing the left-side purl bumps onto the holder are at the top of the center column of the same page. Nothing needs to be done to these 6 (7, 7, 12, 15, 19) stitches until the back is worked (top of 3rd column): With the WS facing, place the left-side stitches, the back stitches and the right-side stitches onto needle.

Petite Facile Pullover (page 98)
First column, Front Body: Underarm cast-on: Next row (WS) Using the knitted method, CO 3 (3, 3, 3, 4, 4) sts, purl to end. Next row (RS) CO 3 (3, 3, 3, 4, 4) sts, knit to end—42 (45, 47, 52, 54, 59) sts.

Pan Am Jacket (page 30)
Shaping Chart: New instructions for Size 44¾” (Green)—Raglan: Every 2nd row through row 21, then every 4th row once (row 25), every other row twice (rows 27 and 29), and every 4th row alternating with every 2nd row through row 65.
Pan Am Jacket Sleeve
Pan Am Jacket Right Front
Pan Am Jacket Right Back
Pan Am Jacket Left Front
Pan Am Jacket Left Back

Read Pan Am Jacket Post: 6/12/13

Continuous Border section:
With RS facing and second longer size 6 (4 mm) cir needle, CO 1 st, then beg at neck edge, pick up and knit 64 (64, 68, 68, 72) sts along left-front edge, M1, pm, pick up and knit 1 st in corner, M1, pick up and knit 196 (220, 236, 256, 286) sts along lower edge, M1, pm, pick up and knit 1 st in corner, M1, pick up and knit 64 (64, 68, 68, 72) sts along right-front edge, M1, pm, pick up and knit 1 st in corner, M1, pick up and knit 120 (126, 132, 132, 132) sts around neck, M1, pm,
pick up and knit 1 st in corner—456 (486, 516, 536, 574) sts. Pm and join in the rnd. Beg with Rnd 2, work in Roman Rib patt as foll:
Rnd 2: Knit.
Rnd 3: [M1, *k1, p1; rep from * to m, M1, sl m, k1] 4 times—8 sts inc’d.
Rnd 4: Knit the knit sts and purl the purl sts.
Rnd 5: [M1, knit to m, M1, sl m, k1] 4 times—8 sts inc’d.
Rnd 6: Knit.
Rnd 7: [M1, *p1, k1; rep from * to m, M1, sl m, k1] 4 times—480 (510, 540, 560, 598) sts.
Rnd 8: Knit the knit sts and purl the purl sts.

Bobble and Eyelet Cowl (page 114)
2nd column: Bobble edging of Main Body
Row 3: K1, *BE (see Stitch Guide), k2; rep from * to last 4 sts, BE, k1, sl 1.

Quixote Scarf (page 58)
The 10-stitch Cable pattern needs a second 10-stitch cable (with the pattern beginning with a p1, instead of a k1):
Sl 5 sts onto cn, hold in front, [p1, k1] 2 times, p1, then ([k1, p1] 2 times, k1) from cn. This cable should be worked on Row 27 of the Increases chart. On Rows 28–36 of the chart, the 10 stitches above this cable will be worked as foll: [p1, k1] 5 times.

This cable (and the 9 rib rows above it) should alternate with the cable and 9 rib rows that begin with a k1.

Corrected Chart

ACCESSORIES 2011

Cowry Shell Shawl (page 25)
Bottom of 3rd column:
Beg short-row shaping (see Glossary): Next row (RS) K213, placing a m after sts 10, 28, 70, and 139, wrap next st, turn.

Copenhagen Hat (page 61)
Rows 33&ndash35: Rep Rows 1–3 once.
Row 36: BO 9 sts, knit to end of row, place marker (pm) and join in the rnd—117 sts rem.
Body: Knit 4 rnds. Purl 3 rnds. Knit 9 rnds.
Note: Need to keep the 4 knit rnds after joining so that you have 5 rnds of St st before the next set of 3 purl rnds as for the repeat worked back and forth.

Arc Mittens (page 127)
Clarification:
The mittens were photographed on the opposite hands from the left and right designations in the instructions. They can be worn either way.

WEEKEND 2011

8,000 Feet Hoodie (page 70)
Hood Chart, Row 24
The two Color C symbols at the top of the double decrease columns should also be double decreases and are worked in Color C. Reading from right to left in the direction of knitting, these would be the first stitch after the second 6-st repeat box, and the last stitch of the row.

HOLIDAY GIFTS 2011

Cephalohedron (page 30)
Correction to First half, Rnd 2 (same correction applies to Second half, Rnd 2).
Rnd 2: K21, [sl 2 tog, k1, p2sso, k20] 3 times, sl 2 tog, remove beg-of-rnd m, k1, p2sso, replace beg-of-rnd m—8 sts dec’d, st with removable m should be the center st of each double dec.

Plethora Scarf (page 47)
Notions correction: Use 6/0 seed beads, or size desired, taking care that the holes are large enough to slip onto yarn.

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