When I knit my seamless slippers (see pattern to the right), I repeat the increase row one more time. I like my slippers taller. Unfortunately this makes more stitches around the ribbed part of the toe area. I noticed this weekend that my toes were swimming inside my slippers. I think this is why I stopped making these for myself.
In the future I will decrease at least one or three stitches when I get to the ribbing so the slipper hugs my toes better.
I won’t call this errata as it is a personal preference.
I look like a dork in the hat I made for myself (finished last night). Can’t call it errata if I’m a dork.
I’ll find another pattern and then we’ll know if it is me or the hat.
I can’t think decreasing 1 to 3 stitces would solve your problem.
Have you done orther slippers with the decrease?