Knitty Gritty Knits Corrections


Vickie Howell is looking to spread the word about some pattern errors that appeared in her recent book Knitty Gritty Knits. Here’s Vickie’s initial explanation:

It has come to my attention that DIY’s Knitty Gritty Knits (KGK), is filled with pattern errors. While it is common for knitting publications to have occasional errors, the number in the current printing of KGK is unacceptable. This is especially problematic since I am very aware that people rely on me, DIY and the publisher to deliver helpful and accurate information.
I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to anyone who has been inconvenienced due to these oversights, and to assure you that we’re working to fix all of the book’s problems. There will be a complete errata posted on both the Vickie Howell and the Sterling/Lark Publishing websites, as soon as they are produced by a technical editor. Updates will also be posted on my blog.
I would also like to respond to specific questions that I have received regarding my involvement in creating Knitty Gritty Knits. I was simply hired to write the introduction, answer general questions during manuscript development, and provide feedback on laser pages. This truly was my first and last time lending my name to a project I didn’t have a large part in creating.
I appreciate your understanding and support in this matter.
Vickie Howell
Vickie Howell, Inc.

And a more recent update:

I finally received the errata for Knitty Gritty Knits yesterday. It’s really extensive. Really. Special thanks to Traci Bunkers for her mad technical editing skills and to Jenny Medford for getting it up on my site so quickly. It’s unclear whether or not the corrections will be posted anywhere else but my site so if you all could spread the word, I’d really appreciate it. Also, should you need it, here’s the link to my initial post about the problems with the book.
Thanks again, for your patience and understanding.

Be sure to check out Vickie’s site for updates if you purchased a copy of the book and had a problem with one of the projects. [via] Link.

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Jenny Ryan

Jenny Ryan is an artist, crafter, and maker of things. She lives in Los Angeles with a pack of various animals (including her husband) and writes about her adventures in creating at Exit Through the Thrift Shop.

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