The following are the known errors from the The Beader's Color Palette.
page 27: (top) Freeform beadwork by Kathy Ward, using glass and stone to accent Klew's polymer focal bead
page 42: Palette #48, Persian Pottery: One of the Delica numbers is missing. The four Delica numbers should read (in this exact order):
#165 Blue Violet AB (background)
page 89: There is a change in seed bead amounts needed for the COLLAR OF GLASS & LIGHT. The correct amounts are:
page 100: 157. Tuscany. Brown and terra cotta against a range of olive greens is the palette of the Tuscan hills (right). The fact that this is a near-complementary harmony explains part of its timeless appeal. Sheer beauty must explain the rest. Delicas: DB-311, DB-011, DB-124, DB-764, DB-1532, DB-913 (Delica numbers were printed incorrectly).
page 112: There is a change in seed bead amounts needed for the RAINFOREST CASCADE NECKLACE. The correct amounts are:
The following are the known errors from the first printing of Beading Her Image.
The following are the known errors from the The Beader's Guide To Color.
In the 4th reprint of Out On A Loom some of the text did not appear on page 14. The text reads as follows:
"Using this round clasp you will have to wrap the warp threads through and around the metal holes several times to insure a strong and long lasting attachment. With three warps per metal hole, you’ll have a total of 9 warps attached to the clasp. Use more if possible, and wax your thread thoroughly.
The easiest way to attach this scalloped clasp is to use a wide holed, rounded, somewhat large, smooth seed bead to run your warp threads through (like a “stop” bead). With three warps per metal hole, you’ll have a total of 9 warps attached to the clasp.
Some of my favorite three hole clasps were purchased from Rio Grande (www.riogrande.com) and Bead Lovers’ catalogue (www.beadbox.com)."
The warp count on page 30 for the pattern "RIBBON" should read 45 warps.
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