Interweave Knits Corrections - Summer 2005

Feb 2, 2012

Summer 2005

Viennese Shrug (page 40)
The yarn was incorrectly identified as Morehouse Farms Merino 2-Strand. The yarn used was actually Morehouse Farms Merino 2-Ply. The 2-Ply is a sport weight yarn. The introduction, which refers to working with worsted weight yarn, is incorrect.

Padded Footlets (page 44)
Heel flap, after working the 29 rows of Heel Flap Chart: Join a second strand of MC. Next row: (WS) With 2 strands held tog, sl 1 kwise, p28. Next row: Sl 1 kwise, k27, p1. Rep the last 2 rows 2 more times, then work WS row once more.

Here is an expanded description for working the gusset section. On page 47, after the sentence that ends, "... to end with Rnd 1 of Instep chart," insert the following note:

Note When working Rnd 2 on subsequent reps you will beg with the working yarn at the start of 27 sole sts, instead of between Sts 5 and 6. On these later reps of Rnd 2, beg the rnd as foll: With single strand, p1, *sl 1 pwise wyb, k1; rep from * to last 2 sts of sole needle, sl 1 pwise wyb, p1, drop current working yarn, turn work. Cont Rnd 2 from this point as originally given on page 46.

Polka Dot Bag (page 52)
Base: CO 45 sts with MC. Do not join into a rnd. Work garter st in rows (knit every row) for 16 rows--8 garter st ridges.

Fiery Bolero (page 66)

Front edging and collar, Short-rows:

There is no error in the directions for the short-rows as published. Some readers have indicated that they would prefer to know how many stitches should be worked for each short-row, instead of how many stitches to leave unworked at the end of the row. Here are expanded directions that provide the information both ways:

…246 (258, 270, 282, 294) sts total. Next row: P2, *k2, p2; rep from *. Cont in short-rows as foll:

Short-rows 1 and 2: Work in established rib until 107 (112, 117, 122, 127) sts remain unworked, turn. The row just described is worked twice. Short-row 1 is a RS row, and Short-Row 2 is a WS row. Another way to express this is: Work in established rib for 139 (146, 153, 160, 167) sts, turn, work in rib for 32 (34, 36, 38, 40) sts, turn—107 (112, 117, 122, 127) sts remain unworked at each end of needle when both rows have been completed.

Short-rows 3 and 4: Work in rib until 102 (107, 112, 117, 121) sts rem unworked (5 [5, 5, 5, 6] sts past previous turning point), turn. Another way to express this is: Work 37 (39, 41, 43, 46) sts, turn, work 42 (44, 46, 48, 52 sts), turn.

Short-rows 5 and 6: Work in rib until 97 (102, 107, 111, 115) sts rem unworked (5 [5, 5, 6, 6]) sts past previous turning point), turn. Another way to express this is: Work 47 (49, 51, 54, 58) sts, turn, work 52 (54, 56, 60, 64) sts, turn.

Short-rows 7 and 8: Work in rib until 93 (97, 102, 105, 109) sts rem unworked (4 [5, 5, 6, 6] sts past previous turning point), turn. Another way to express this is: Work 56 (59, 61, 66, 70) sts, turn, work 60 (64, 66, 72, 76) sts, turn.

Short-rows 9 and 10: Work in rib until 89 (92, 97, 100, 104) sts rem unworked (4 [5, 5, 5, 5] sts past previous turning point), turn. Another way to express this is: Work 64 (69, 71, 77, 81) sts, turn, work 68 (74, 76, 82, 86) sts, turn.

Short-rows 11 and 12: Work in rib until 85 (88, 92, 95, 99) sts rem unworked (4 [4, 5, 5, 5] sts past previous turning point), turn. Another way to express this is: Work 72 (78, 81, 87, 91) sts, turn, work 76 (82, 86, 92, 96) sts, turn.

Short-rows 13 and 14: Work in rib until 81 (84, 87, 90, 94) sts rem unworked (4 [4, 5, 5, 5] sts past previous turning point), turn. Another way to express this is: Work 80 (86, 91, 97, 101) sts, turn, work 84 (90, 96, 102, 106) sts, turn.

Continue with directions as published.

Better Than Baby Booties: Ruffle Rib Socks (page 100)
(full pattern--updated version which includes these corrections)
Toe, zigzag bind-off instructions: Place 22 instep sts on 1 dpn and 22 sole sts on another dpn. Holding the 2 needles tog, sl 1 from front needle, p1 from back needle, pass slipped st over purled st, *k1 from front needle, pass purl st over, p1 from back needle, pass knit st over; rep from * until 1 st rem on needle, working last st tog with its accompanying yo.

 


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