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Despite having multiple pattern testers & editors, sometimes details are missed.  All pattern corrections are posted online based on the date discovered.  Patterns printed following the error dates should reflect the changes necessary.

July 20, 2016

Correction  ::  Fabric Requirements, Page 28 (Back Cover) :: Finished Quilt Size of the Twin Quilt

Before: 60″ x 44″

After: 60″ x 84″

April 18, 2017

Correction  ::  Twin Cutting Instructions, Page 5 :: Border 1 – Brown & Border 2 – Orange

Before:

D.  21, 1″ x WOF Strips

 1. Cut 21, 1″ x WOF Strips

F.  21, 1″ x WOF Strips

 1. Cut 21, 1″ x WOF Strips

After:

D.  21, 1 1/4″ (1.25″) x WOF Strips

 1. Cut 21, 1 1/4″ (1.25″) x WOF Strips

F.  21, 1 1/4″ (1.25″) x WOF Strips

 1. Cut 21, 1 1/4″ (1.25″) x WOF Strips

April 19, 2015

Clarification  ::  Cutting Instructions Pages 4 & 5  ::  Red Text located after the cutting instructions for G, H, and I. Applies to both Crib and Twin Size cutting instructions.

Before: “Repeat letters G, H, and I with each print so that you have the following quantities of each letter:”

After: “Repeat letters G, H, and I with each print so that you have the following total (from all prints) quantities of each letter:”

May 8, 2015

Correction  ::  Cutting Instructions Page 5 (Twin)  ::  Letter C, Step 2

Before: “Sub-cut each strip into 10, 4″ x 4″ Squares until you have 136 Squares”

After: “Sub-cut each strip into 10, 4″ x 4″ Squares until you have 248 Squares

Correction  ::  Cutting Instructions Page 5 (Twin)  :: G, H, and I Below the Red Text located after the cutting instructions for G, H, and I.  This is where the quantities are listed.

Before:

G.  384, 3″ x 3″ Squares

H.  64, 1 3/4″ x 5 1/2″ Rectangles

I.  64, 1 3/4″ x 3″ Rectangles

After:

G.  384, 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ Squares

H.  64, 2″ x 6 1/2″ Rectangles

I.  64, 2″ x 3 1/2″ Rectangles

September 12, 2016

Correction  ::  Piecing Instructions, Page 17 (Half Square Triangle Corner Units), Step 9 ::

Before:  Sew 2 • 11 Units together as shown below.

After:  Sew 2 • 12 Units together as shown below.

Correction  ::  Piecing Instructions, Page 17 (Half Square Triangle Corner Units), Step 11 ::

Before:  Sew 1 • 11 Unit and 1 • 12 Unit together as shown below.

After:  Sew 1 • 12 Unit and 1 • 13 Unit together as shown below.

Missing Information  ::  Piecing Instructions, Page 17 (Half Square Triangle Corner Units), Step 20 :: missing quantities for #14 units.

topper :: make 16  |  throw :: make 36  |  twin :: make 48  |  queen :: make 64

November 2, 2016

Correction  ::  THROW Cutting Instructions Page 10  ::   Step 1 under Letter M

Before:  “Use Figure 1.3 on Page 8 to determine (per color) its corresponding width.”

After:  “Use Figure 1.3 (p.12) to determine (per color) its corresponding width.”

 

Modification  ::  THROW Cutting Instructions Page 10  ::  Letter W in the cutting instructions has a new size to allow for easier placement.  Can be done with previous size, but the new size might make it a little easier to place.  Does not change overall fabric requirements.

Before: “24 • 3 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ Rectangles | 1. Cut 3 • 3 1/2″ x WOF Strips | 2. Sub-cut each strip into 9 • 3 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ Rectangles until you have 24 Rectangles.”

After: “24 • 3 3/4″ x 4 1/2″ Rectangles | 1. Cut 3 • 3 3/4″ x WOF Strips | 2. Sub-cut each strip into 8 • 3 3/4″ x 4 1/2″ Rectangles until you have 24 Rectangles.”

 

Modification  ::  THROW Cutting Instructions Page 10  ::  Letter Y in the cutting instructions has a new size to allow for easier placement.  Can be done with previous size, but the new size might make it a little easier to place.  Does not change overall fabric requirements.

Before: “24 • 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ Squares | 1. Cut 3 • 4 1/2″ x WOF Strips | 2. Sub-cut each strip into 8 • 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ Squares until you have 24 Squares.”

After: “24 • 4 1/2″ x 5″ Rectangles | 1. Cut 3 • 4 1/2″ x WOF Strips | 2. Sub-cut each strip into 8 • 4 1/2″ x 5″ Rectangles until you have 24 Rectangles.”

November 17, 2016

Correction  ::  THROW Cutting Instructions Page 10  ::   Step 1 under Letter Q

Before:  “Cut 1 • 2 ¼” x WOF Strip”

After:  “Cut 1 • 2 ½ x WOF Strip”

March 1, 2017

Correction  ::  King Cutting Instructions (Background) Page 11  ::   See download

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April 4, 2017

Correction  ::  Figure 3.3 on Page 21.

Before:  Color 1 on the left and Color 3 on the top.

After:  Color 2 for both the left and the top.  The lengths and letters remain the same.

Correction  ::  Figure 3.4 on Page 21.

Before:  Color 2 on the left and Color 2 on the top.

After:  Color 3 for both the left and the top.  The lengths and letters remain the same.

April 4, 2017

Correction ::  RJR Fabrics Malam Batik Insert only

Before:  Color 1 – Level G uses 1/4 yard

After:  Color 1 – Level G uses 3/4 yard

Malam Batik Clarification  ::

The kits from Missouri Star Quilt Company use the same fabrics for multiple sections of the quilt.

For example, Fabric 2977-03 from RJR is used as the Color 1 – Level E and Color 1 – Level G.

The fabric requirements suggest that Color 1 – Level E uses 5/8 yard and Color 1 – Level G uses 3/4 yard

Because of the combination though, I recalculated the fabric based on the combination of the two 18″ + 24″ = 42″.  Then I multiplied that combined number using 1.05 to accommodate a 5% extra space for shrinkage for those who prefer to pre-wash which ended up with a 44.1″ total and then rounded up to the nearest 1/8 yard which gives a total of 1 1/4 yards.  If I were to do it separately, I would get 18″ x 1.05 = 18.9″, rounded up to the nearest 1/8 yard = 5/8 yard, and 24″ x 1.05 = 25.2″, rounded up to the nearest 1/8 yard = 3/4 yard.  Which gives a total of the two fabric sections of 1 3/8 yards.  So calculating it the other way in this case saved 1/8 of a yard of extra fabric that would waste the customer money and fabric.  Nothing in the pattern changes including the cutting requirements and piecing instructions.  And you still have enough fabric for pre-washing and because I round up to the nearest 1/8 yard, you should have ample to square your fabric up for clean and accurate cutting.

This goes for any time the same fabric is used in more than one Color Level in the pattern.