Handwoven Corrections 2004

March/April 2004

Satin and Tencel for a Shimmering Scarf, page 52-55
In Patricia Townsend’s article “Satin and Tencel for a Shimmering Scarf,” Handwoven, March/April 2004, pages 52–55, the correct sources for handpainted skeins of 10/2 Tencel are Textura Trading Company and Yarns Plus.

Less is More: Understated Elegance in a Scarf, page 60-63
In Barbara Walker’s article, “Less is More: Understated Elegance in a Scarf,” Handwoven, March/April 2004, pages 60–63, all marks in the treadling sequence under treadle 2 in Figure 1 should be placed in the column under treadle 3.

Start with Silk for an Evening Scarf, page 34
This is the correct tie-up for the silk scarf in Karen Tenney’s article “Start with Silk for an Evening Scarf,” March/April 2004, page 34.
Handwoven Corrections March/April 2004

November/December 2004

Back to Front with Two Crosses, page 56
To clarify the directions for placing paper on the warp beam in Peggy Osterkamp’s article “Back to Front with Two Crosses,” November/December 2004, page 56: Fold in the edges of the packing paper 1” on each side. The fold extends beyond the edges of the warp, which is wound on only the single thickness of paper.

Color-aid swatch book, page 6
In November/December 2004 Letters, page 6, we gave $3 as the cost of the Color-aid swatch book. Unfortunately, that was a typo; the actual cost is $36.99 plus shipping. This is still a fabulous value! Look online for the color-aid numbers for all the Fabric Forecast palettes.

Sectional Beaming in Ten Easy Steps for Upholstery or Pillow Fabric, page 71
This is the correct draft for the upholstery fabric in Betsy Blumenthal’s article “Sectional Beaming in Ten Easy Steps for Upholstery or Pillow Fabric” November/December 2004, page 71:
Handwoven Corrections November/December 2004

September/October 2004

Sally Gelbaugh’s vest measurement, page 69
The correct measurements for the finished yardage for the back of Sally Gelbaugh’s vest (September/October 2004, page 69), is 231⁄2″ x 24″.