Interweave Knits Corrections 2015

WINTER 2015

Quivira Coat (p 30)
The last two symbols are on the chart key are incorrect. See below for the correct definitions.

KN Win 15 Babin cardigan corrected key

SPRING 2015

Stone’s Throw Socks (p 51)
The chart has been updated. Download the corrected chart here: Corrected ZigZag Chart.pdf

Timetable Pullover (p 43)
The corrections begin just before the short-row shaping on the lower body and are shown in red.

(Page 45, middle of first column)
BO all sts to m—174 (190, 198, 214, 226) sts. Do not turn. Shape left front edging using short-rows as foll:
Short-row 1…..

(Page 45, middle of second column)
Short-row 51
K4, M1L, k2, sk2p (see Stitch Guide), k2, M1R, k3, ssk, turn—173 (189, 197, 213, 225) sts rem: 15 edging sts, 158 (174, 182, 198, 210) body sts.
Short-row 52 (WS) Sl 1, purl to end.
Work Rows 1–12 of Left Edging chart 7 (8, 8, 9, 10) times—110 (117, 125, 132, 135) sts rem: 15 chart sts, 95 (102, 110, 117, 120) body sts.

(Page 45, third column to page 46, top of first column)
Size 311/2″ only:
Work Rows 1–10 of chart—103 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 88 body sts. Next row Work Row 11 of chart, working ssk in place of sssk at end of row—102 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 87 body sts.
Sizes 351/4 (443/4)” only:
Work Rows 1 and 2 of chart—116 (134) sts rem: 15 chart sts, 101 (119) body sts. Next row Work Row 3 of chart, working ssk in place of sssk at end of row—115 (133) sts rem: 15 chart sts, 100 (118) body sts. Work Rows 4–10 of chart—111 (129) sts rem: 15 chart sts, 96 (114) body sts. Next row Work Row 11 of chart, working ssk in place of sssk at end of row—110 (128) sts rem: 15 chart sts, 95 (113) body sts.
Size 38″ only:
Next row
Work Row 1 of chart, working sssk in place of ssk at end of row—123 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 108 body sts. Work Rows 2–8 of chart—118 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 103 body sts. Next row Work Row 9 of chart, working sssk in place of ssk at end of row—116 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 101 body sts. Work Rows 10 and 11 of chart—114 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 99 body sts.
Size 42″ only:
Work Rows 1–8 of chart—126 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 111 body sts. Next row Work Row 9 of chart, working sssk in place of ssk at end of row—124 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 109 body sts. Work Rows 10 and 11 of chart—122 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 107 body sts.
All sizes:
Place 15 chart sts on holder—87 (95, 99, 107, 113) body sts rem.

(Page 46, second column, beginning after Short-row 52)
Work Row 12 of Right Edging chart, then work Rows 1–12 of chart 7 (8, 8, 9, 10) times—23 (22, 26, 25, 22) sts rem: 15 chart sts, 8 (7, 11, 10, 7) body sts.
Size 311/2″ only:
Work Rows 1–9 of chart—17 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 2 body sts. Next row Work Row 10 of chart, working p2tog in place of p3tog at end of row—16 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 1 body st. Work Rows 11 and 12 of chart—15 chart sts rem.
Sizes 351/4 (443/4)” only:
Work Row 1 of chart. Next row Work Row 2 of chart, working p2tog in place of p3tog at end of row—21 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 6 body sts. Work Rows 3–9 of chart—17 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 2 body sts. Next row Work Row 10 of chart, working p2tog in place of p3tog at end of row—16 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 1 body st. Work Rows 11 and 12 of chart—15 chart sts rem.
Size 38″ only:
Work Rows 1–3 of chart—24 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 9 body sts. Next row Work Row 4 of chart, working p3tog in place of p2tog at end of row—22 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 7 body sts. Work Rows 5–7 of chart—20 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 5 body sts. Next row Work Row 8 of chart, working p3tog in place of p2tog at end of row—18 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 3 body sts. Work Rows 9–12 of chart—15 chart sts rem.
Size 42″ only:
Work Rows 1–7 of chart—20 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 5 body sts. Next row Work Row 8 of chart, working p3tog in place of p2tog at end of row—18 sts rem: 15 chart sts, 3 body sts. Work Rows 9–12 of chart—15 chart sts rem.
All sizes:
Break yarn, leaving a 12″ tail. With tail threaded on a tapestry needle, graft 15 sts to 15 held sts using Kitchener st.

 

SUMMER 2015

Mount Robson Pullover (p 33)
For sizes 491/2 (521/2)” only:
The sleeve shaping should read: Rep inc row every 12 (12, 10, 8, 8, 8)th row 14 (12, 5, 16, 20, 17) more times, then every 10 (10, 8, 6, 6, 6)th row 5 (9, 24, 17, 13, 18) times…

In the Finishing section:
Place removable m in center st of BO on sleeve. Sew selvedge of saddle extension to BO sts on back shoulder. Cont sewing BO sts of saddle shoulder extensions to selvedge of center back section easing as necessary so that neck edge of back is at m. Sew selvedge of saddle extension to BO sts on front shoulder. Cont sewing BO sts of saddle shoulder extensions to selvedge of center front section easing so that about 11/2″ rem between m and end of front shoulder seam.

 

FALL 2015

Tucker Sweater (p 19)
This correction is for size 44″ sleeves only. The second set of sleeve increases needs to be worked every 6th round 11 times (not 10 times).

…, then every 8 (6, 6, 4, 4)th rnd 5 (1, 11, 9, 11) time(s)—54 (58, 66, 74, 78) sts.

 

Gifts 2015

Sister Legwarmers (p 50)
In the chart key, the backward slash should say “ssk” not “yo.”
ssk

Fancy Braid Mitts (p 90)
The mitts require 2 balls of yarn, not 3 balls.

Winter Thyme Cowl (p 112)
The Bobbles and Waves chart is missing a purl symbol on Row 4, in the 14th square (reading from right to left). Download the corrected chart here:  Corrected Bobbles and Waves chart.pdf

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4 thoughts on “Interweave Knits Corrections 2015

  1. Donna Kay’s article on steeking says to not cut through the bottom quarter inch of stitches when cutting the steek. I am having a hard time understanding what that means, in light of the fact that the two halves are to be separated. Is it misworded?

  2. Tucker Sweater fall 2015: I have knit up to the cable yoke and the pattern calls for having 154 stitches in size 36 and the repeat pattern of the circular cable is 24 stitches. How is this supposed to work? In the other sizes the number at the yoke also does not allow for an even repeat of 24 stitches. Please help me before I lose all my hair. thanks

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