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Errata:
Chapters Two and Three

Page Paragraph Text as published (first edition and possibly later editions) Text as in author's manuscript
20  Fig 2.1 Replace Fig 2.1 with original illustration: [See Note 2] Replacement illustration for Fig 2.1
20 Fig 2.2 Replace Fig 2.2 with original illustration: Replacement illustration for Fig 2.2
20 Fig 2.3 Replace Fig 2.3 with original illustration: Replacement illustration for Fig 2.3
21 Fig 2.4 Replace Fig 2.4 with original illustration: Replacement illustration for Fig 2.4
21 Fig 2.5 Replace Fig 2.5 with original illustration: Replacement illustration for Fig 2.5
21 Fig 2.6 Replace Fig 2.6 with original illustration: Replacement illustration for Fig 2.6
22 Fig 2.7 Replace Fig 2.7 with original illustration: Replacement illustration for Fig 2.7
25  "Running-stitch beads" On the second line (fig 3.5), without using dots, sew a line of bugles. Make sure that the TS is the same size as the bugle. On the third line ... On the second line (fig 3.5), without using dots, sew a line of bugles, the TSs and USs to be of bugle length. Make sure that the TS is the same size as the bugle. If it is too long the bugle will slide about and possibly fray the thread, and if too short they will bunch up (fig 3.7). On the third line ...
26 First para ... at right angles to it. Bunching is caused by the TSs being too short (fig 3.7). TSs that are too long could cause the bugles to move and possibly fray the thread. ... at right angles to it.


Note 2: Not all the drawings on pages 20, 21 and 22 are technically correct. Replace with illustrations from the original manuscript, which show drawings taken from the author’s hands, more closed, making it easier to get closer to the beads and give more control.

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