“Cat Bordhi has once again turned the sock knitting world on its heel.” Clara Parkes, Interweave Knits magazine, Summer 2007
• 8 new forms of sock architecture, 8 Master patterns, 8 baby designs, 30 adult designs
I’ve made these videos to supplement the book:
Standard Toe reference for all toe-up socks should be page 126, not page 129.
Page 9: In step 1, towards the end of the paragraph, it should read: “… If you have more stitches-per-inch than the gauge calls for, go up a needle size. If you have fewer stitches, go down a needle size.” In step 2, near the middle, it should read: “… then resume with a larger size needle (if you had more stitches than the gauge called for) or a smaller size needle (if you had fewer stitches).
Pages 19 and 20: There is a panel 14 on each page. Fortunately each panel matches that page’s instructions.
Page 30: Under Cuff, first repeat should read: k1, LRinc, k40 (46, 52, 58, 64), LLinc, k1* 2x.
Page 44: Rnd 21, after marker B, should read: repeat *p3, p1b&f, p2, k1, LLinc, k5, cdd, k5, LRinc, k1* 3x.
Page 46: Rnd 7 should read: repeat *p3, k1* 3x, k3, cdd, k3,repeat *k1, p3* 3x.
Page 52: Tall Tibetan Coriolis – yarn is single-stranded, not double-stranded.
Page 54: The yardages are reversed: worsted weight has 168 yards and sport weight has 225 yards.
Pages 67 and 99: At end of Arch Expansion Companion Rounds, stop when total stitch count reaches F.
Page 70: Under arch expansion, repeat companion rnds 2-4.
Page 79: In picture 1, left marker should be B.
Page 88: Yarn quantity should be 1 skein, not 2. Toe in photo is a Moccasin Toe (page 128), not the Pontoon Toe.
Page 93: Begin k2p2 ribbing and chart 2 after completing heel. Also, if instep does not have an odd number of sts, add 1 before set-up rnd.
Page 94: After repeating companion rounds required number of times, on final rnd 6 (instead of rnd 4), stop at end of instep.
Pages 96-97: For a sock with denser fabric, you may change the needle to size 1 (2.25 mm) or size you need to get a gauge of 8 sts = 1” (2.5 cm). This will change the sizes to a midfoot of 6 (6.5, 7.5, 8.5)” or 15 (16, 19, 21) cm. On page 97, work heel in Chocolate, not Rose, if you want your sock to be identical to the one shown.
Page 110: The reproducible form is on the previous page, not the following page.
Page 116: The picture caption should read “… there are 4 wraps …”
Page 119: Divide your midfoot circumference by C, not D.
Page 125: Towards end of step 3: You now have 2 fewer sts on the sole than you had after completing row 1.
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