Errata

As perfect as we try to make each and every pattern, with so many projects in such a small span of time, errors are bound to happen.  While we hope those errors are few, as they are discovered we will be posting the fixes here.  Changes to the pattern are bolded in the text, and any diagrams that have needed changing will also be shown.  We recommend writing down these changes within the book for future project making.
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THE POCKET WALL CADDY (p. 54)

ASSEMBLING THE WALL CADDY

16. Position the star pocket (Pocket B) on the canvas piece, making sure it opens toward the top.  Pocket B's top edge should be 4-1/4" from the top edge of the canvas.  Match and pin the raw side edges.  Stitch across the bottom of the pocket through all the layers, a scant 1/16" from the edge.  Don't remove the side pins yet.


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THE SQUARED IN QUILT (p. 112)

CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS

Background/Solid: Cut 11 strips, 2-3/4" x width of fabric; Cut 30 strips  1-1/4" x width of fabric.

BLOCK B

These 17 blocks are made from the 3-1/2" squares and 2-3/4" strips.

7. Chain piece the finished units from Step 6 to a 2-3/4" background strip...

8. Chain piece the finished units from Step 7 to another 2-3/4" background strip, ...

9. Chain piece the finished units from Step 8 to another 2-3/4" strip.  ...  Square the blocks to 8" x 8" (see page 159).

BLOCK D

11. These 123 blocks are made from the 1-1/2" squares and 1-1/4" strips. ...  Square these blocks to 3" x 3".


TIME STANDS STILL QUILT (p. 80)


ASSEMBLING THE QUILT BLOCKS


2.  Place a 10-1/2” x 5-1/2” print piece on your work surface, right side up (Diagram A).  Measure 3-7/8” in from each corner along the top edge, ...


THE STARSTRUCK QUILT (p. 99)

CUTTING THE FABRICS

Star Points/Blue Solid:
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Cut 4 strips, 4 1/4" x width of fabric.
Subcut them into 34 squares, each measuring 4 1/4" x 4 1/4".


Star Centers/Prints (cut all pieces below from each print):

Cut 2 strips, 4 1/2" x width of fabric.
Subcut them into 72 squares, each measuring 4 1/2" x 4 1/2".

This currently shows 48 squares, but should be 72 squares to keep with listing the total cut from all four fabrics.  However, I think it would be a lot less confusing if this listed the amount you will cut from the two strips of each fabric, rather than the total that will be cut from all four fabrics.  So it would read:

Cut 2 strips, 4 1/2" x width of fabric.
Subcut them into 18 squares, each measuring 4 1/2" x 4 1/2".  (72 squares total)

Cut 2 strips, 2 1/2" x width of fabric.
Subcut them into 17 squares, each measuring 2 1/2" x 2 1/2".  (68 squares total)