December 2006/January 2007
Luscious Lariat (pg. 62)
Round 2 should read: “Work around, stringing 2 smaller beads and 1 larger bead and passing down through 1 larger and up through 4 smaller beads (Figure 3).”
Round 3 and on’s first sentence should read: “Work around, stringing 2 smaller beads and 1 larger bead and passing down through 1 larger and up through 6 smaller beads (Figure 4).”
Back to Byzantium by Jennifer VanBenschoten (page 76)
Both the steel cylinder beads and the bronze hex-cut cylinder beads used in this project are size 11°. The Bali silver daisy spacers are 4x1mm [rather than 2.5mm as listed].
In Puttin’ on the Ritz by Leslee Frumin (p. 86)
Step 1: Right-angle weave should read: Work a 61-unit chain of right-angle weave.
Terracita Bracelet (p. 32)
Step 3’s first two sentences should read: “Work 2 right-angle units along the edge of a medallion, using 2 of the edge beads and 6C to form the first unit. Work 2 more units using C beads, passing through edge beads of a second medallion, to make a 4-unit connection (Figure 10).”
Step 4’s first sentence should read: “Using C beads, work a 4-unit strip at the end of the bracelet opposite from the last connection. Work a fifth unit, and attach one half of the clasp (Figure 11).”
Cool Stuff (p. 16)
If you thought the Thai silver "sticks" featured in the October/November 2007 Cool Stuff on page 16 were too good to be true in price, they were! Each set averages 34-36 grams in weight at a cost of $36-$38, depending on weight and current market prices for silver. (Two sets are required to make a symmetrical bracelet.)