“This title features a new spin on a traditional knitting technique, so that even beginners can master the process. It features 24 fabulous projects, such as a Starburst Shawl, Bulls-eye Hat and Pinwheel Purse. It includes handy practice exercises, simple instructions & charts. A traditional knitting technique gets a new and easier spin, so that even beginners can master the process. This comprehensive course features themed tutorials, complete with handy practice exercises, as well as simple instructions, charts and 24 fabulous projects. Start with a basic square pillow and as skills build, move onto the Starburst Shawl, Bulls-eye Hat and Pinwheel Purse.”
Patchwork Eyeglass Case, p. 23
replace Square 3 with the following: k5, turn *k1inc1, k3, skp, turn; s1, k4, turn (1,2,3,4,5 sts left unknitted); rep from * 5 times, do not turn. (eliminate the last k5)
Basketweave Pillow, p. 25
Step 2, Square 1: last line should read “End with k1inc1, k6, skp, do not turn.” (omit “turn; s1, k7”)
Shapes to Learn, Top of p. 30
First Equilateral Ending Triangle
Row 4: S1, pass 2nd st on right needle over 1st, skp, pass 2nd st on right needle over 1st, k1, pass 2nd st on right needle over 1st–1 st remains on right needle, 10 sts remain on left needle.
Second Equilateral Ending Triangle (exactly the same)
Row 4: S1, pass 2nd st on right needle over 1st, skp, pass 2nd st on right needle over 1st, k1, pass 2nd st on right needle over 1st. Fasten off last st.
Multidirectional Scarf, p. 33, step 4, second line
Repeat instructions for Step 2, substituting A for B. When A is used, however, last row should end as follows: With A, k1inc1, k to marker, rm, skp, turn; k to end. Slide all sts to other side of needle and start knitting with B. Do not cut A.
Starburst Shawl, p. 37, replace Step 4 with the following
Row 1: K1inc1, yo, (k1,yo)6 times, *k2tog, yo, (k1,yo)6 times, k1inc1, yo, (k1,yo)7 times; rep from * to last 9 sts, k2tog, yo, (k1,yo)6 times, k1.
Row 2: K1inc1, k6, *k2tog, k6, k1inc1, k7; rep from * to last 9 sts, k2tog, k7–80 stitches
Step 5, Diamond 1: Repeat row 1 six more times. Then end with K1inc1, k6, skp, do not turn.
Round 5 should read: K1, incl; repeat from * to end of round–72 sts. (remove the p1)
Felted Geometric Tote, p. 40, Step 3
Add to beginning of step 3: K8. This puts you in the correct location to start knitting the next row of diamonds.
Flat-Top Hat, p. 43, middle of center column, Row 3
Replace “Pm2, s1, k to marker1… ” with “S1, pm2, k to marker1…” (Change the position of where you placed marker 2 so it is after S1.)
Zigzag Scarf, p. 46, Step 3
Repeat row 1 until there are 9 sts left, ending with k1inc1, k to marker, rm, skp, pm, do not turn, k9, turn. (Make sure to place the marker back after you have completed the skp.)
Elegant Table Runner, p. 54, step 2
Row 4: S1, (yo, k1) 5 times, k1inc1, (yo, k1) 7 times, turn; dropping all YO’s when you come to them, s1 k6, k1inc1, k8, turn.
Row 7: S1, (yo, k1) 11 times, k1inc1, (yo, k1) 13 times, turn; dropping all YO’s when you come to them, s1, k12, k1inc1, k14, turn.
Row 11: S1, (yo, k1) 19 times, k1inc1, (yo, k1) 21 times, turn; dropping all YO’s when you come to them, s1, k20, k1inc1, k22, turn.
Lace Ribbon Poncho, p. 58
Under Step 2, 2nd paragraph should read: Following the order in the diagram on Page 58 (instead of Page 59)
Page 59, 1st column, Row 4 should read: S1, pm, k1, k1inc1, pm, k1, p1 (original is missing k1)
Page 59, 2nd to last column, should read “Rep rows 7 to 14” (instead of rows 5 to 14)
Building Blocks Shawl, p. 61, center column
End as follows:
Next Row: WIth A, s1, k18, k1inc1, k19, turn; k to end. (add k to end)
Next Row: With A and B together, bind off 20 sts, k to end–total 20 sts left (change from k20 to k to end, and change total 21 sts left to total 20 sts left)
Holes Scarf, p. 71, Step 1 Row 5
K1inc1, k1, then pass the stitch just increased over the k1 and off the needle as to bind off. Bind off the next 8 stitches. Transfer last bound off st back to the left needle.
Chevron Tie, p. 64, Step 1
Row 3, last line: k4, k1inc1, k6, turn–13sts (“turn” needs to be added)
Bull’s Eye Hat, p. 74, Step 4
Row 6: S1, pm1, k to marker2, rm2, k1, turn (change the position of where you placed marker 1 so it is after the first S1)
Pinwheel Purse, p. 86, Step 1, 3rd column, Triangles 2-5
Starting at bottom point of previously completed triangle, pick up 25 sts along one side of the triangle (change “top” to “bottom”)
Hidden Square Pillow, p. 94, 3rd column, Row 23
S1, with B, k1, with A, p1. Cut A. (remove the extra k1 after “with A”).
Diamond Blossom Scarf, p. 99, middle of center column, Step 2
Replace “Repeat rows 6 and 7, then row 6 once more” with “Continue to repeat rows 6 and 7 and end with row 6 when you have 8 unworked stitches on the other side of marker 2.”
Cozy Diamond Wrap, p. 120, 3rd column, Step 6
Replace Step 6 with the following: Diagonal Diamond: *K1inc1, k6, skp, turn; s1, k7, tun; repeat from * a total of 7 times. K1inc1, k6, skp, do not turn. Make a total of 13 diagonal diamonds. After the last diamond is complete, k9.
Square Holes Sweater, p. 78-79
Page 78, Step 5, 2nd column: 3rd paragraph:
Repeat 5 more times (instead of three more times).
Page 78, Step 1, 3rd Column, 3rd paragraph:
Repeat three more times (instead of two more times).
Page 79, Step 2, 1st column: 2nd paragraph:
Repeat square pattern three more times (instead of two more times).