Designer Pam Allen explains sleeve caps and teaches you how to develop and chart them so that your sleeves will fit you perfectly, every time. (From Interweave Knits, Winter 2007)
Hello! I uploaded a new PDF that contains the information on page 34. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.
Here is the chart on Page 34:
I rated this article with one star to hopefully gain Interweave's attention so that someone will post the entire article.
Pam Allen deserves 5 stars - for this article, and for a lifetime of accomplishment in the knitting world.
INTERWEAVE, please get with the program.
Assuming that this is an error I have put the missing page here for anyone who would like to download it. Hope this helps :-)
the missing Page 34
FYI - I have the original magazine in print:
There is a page 34 and it does contain the missing useful info -> Calculating the Cap
(it's an half page, showing a 3-step guide to calculate Sida A, B and C)
So, yes, they will need to upload the complete article, as the download version offered is not complete.
My download also ended at page 32. This is really so anoying.
The article is incomplete. Please post the complete article. Thank you!
I downloaded and my downloaded article stopped on page 32 (clearly incomplete), followed by a page of advertising, like everyone else's. Is anyone from Interweave monitoring this? It's not obvious.
I don't get the whole article. It stops at the advert after page 32, so page 34 (and onwards) are missing.
If you click "Download Now" you get the whole article free.
I wonder if the last page was ommitted by mistake since the last page contains ads. Just my personal oppinion, of course, but in answer to the comment 'I wouldn't waste my money'!, I have been a long subscriber and fan of Interweave Knits, as well as Piecework and Spin-Off. All are excellent magazines, with excellent articles. I consider myself an experienced knitter, yet there is always something useful and interesting. I learn something new from each publication. The beautiful patterns are always well designed, with explicit directions. So...These magazines are NEVER a waste of money.
Hi! Kathleen - If you are reprinting an article from a previous issue of Interweave Knits, please publish the complete article. I'm another Interweave Knits subscriber (I just don't go back as far as Winter 2007) who would like to see page 34 of the Set-In-Sleeve article. We need the whole story!
Ha ha ha, there is the trick. Go and get the magazine! ...... of course I will not waste my money!
I would also like to see the chart on page 34 so I can have the complete article. It's not much use without that information.
Me too. I can't find page 34 in fact the whole thing ends on page 33 which is an advertisement. Please can you repost this and email all your subscribers as this is a very useful article. Thank you
Please tell us, will you be giving us page 34 or is this an attempt to sell the magazine in order to see the full article. We just want an answer, please.
Me too! Where is page 34?
Lately, I've been a bit disappointed with Interweave and/or Knitting Daily. I've had mistaken DVD's sent to me other than the ones I ordered and trying to rectify the situation via phone was next to impossibel getting someone to actually speak with.....now a critical page is missing for all of us and so far, no response from the company......very poor customer service!
Add another subscriber who wants the contents of Pate 34. Thank you.
Wonderful article, but it's missing a page. There are several references to 'follow the formula in “Calculating the Cap” on page 34.' But there is no page 34, and no sign of the generic guidelines or formula referred to in the article. It seems a rather important piece is missing.
I have the same problem as the previous email. There is no page 34; instead there is advertising. And page 34 is a crucial part of this article.
Good morning - I was reading the download article by Pam Allen. She directed the reader to page 34 for the formula needed to calculate the height/decreases for the sleeve cap, the most critical part. I could not find page 34. My download ended with a page of advertising. Is there some way to access page 34? This is a very good article. Thanks for your help.